Art Associations for Kids - Portsea (3944)

the Mornington Peninsula, the Melbourne Region, Victoria (VIC)

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    Australian National Surfing Museum

    Arts & Crafts Art Galleries

    The Australian National Surfing Museum in Torquay celebrates the history of surfing in Australia. It tells the story of this countries rich beach culture and surfing heritage that has developed over the last one hundred years. A visit to the ANSM gives people the opportunity to immerse themselves in beach experience and explore one of Australia’s favourite past times. Through themed exhibition spaces and interactive displays, visitors can relive time spent at the beach, or discover the intimate ... Read more link between surfers and breaking waves. Find out about surfing hero’s and legends in The Australian Surfing Hall Of Fame, which celebrates the lives of Australian surfing champions. You can check out their biographies mounted on a typical example of the board they rode. Relax in the theatre and enjoy spectacular footage of surfers in action while you are surrounded by vintage surf memorabilia and an epic array of historic surfboards. Trace the development of the surfboard along the boardwalk ...

    Another Craft offers creative workshops, with an emphasis on fun, modern art and crafts. Workshops are carefully designed to provide introduction and development of skills and techniques while completing projects. But the workshops are more than just learning new skills and making stuff. They’re also about meeting friends, sharing laughs and being creatively inspired.

    Admon Guitar School is now taking new students, so come and try our up-to-date studios in Sandringham. With male or female teachers, we offer lessons in just about any style on just about any guitar - blues and rock, jazz, flamenco and classical through to contemporary and happy to try any new style you have in mind. We welcome first timers to the very advanced

    Time For Art - Rhonda Hill

    Arts & Crafts Art Classes & Lessons

    My art journey started about 10 years ago, with a love of dinosaurs, which my son inspired, and painting I created The Dinosaur Kid Collection. Since then I have been teaching art classes to our wonderful seniors in Aged Care all around Melbourne and Geelong. My mission is to share with all aspiring artists the basics of art and what it means to "see" like an artist! I also hold Art Classes, Workshops and Social Painting Classes at Craft and Caffeine in Hoppers Crossing. All classes are suitable ... Read more for beginners and for those with some experience. Aged Care Facilities can also arrange an outing to have an art class at this Venue. Art Classes include: - Kids School Holiday Art Program 6-12yr: Drawing and Acrylic Painting - Aged Care Art Classes - Drawing and Acrylic Painting Workshops for Adults. - Social Painting Classes for adults. No experience necessary as you paint along with me step-by-step and create your very own masterpiece! Also offer Social Painting ...

    Artful living everyday. Brightly Arts (artists Jaclyn Jenkins and Amanda Nelson) bring creative workshops and events to the Mornington Peninsula. Boldly exploring colour, texture, making and more, Brightly Arts presents Creative Playgroups, Workshops in Art and Craft, and School Holiday activities for adventurers of all ages. Creative Playgroup is suitable for 1-4 year olds and their big person and is held on the first Thursday of the month in Mornington. Come along and be inspired to create your ... Read more own creative learning experiences at home. Check our website for upcoming events, bookings and more information.

    Geelong Gallery

    Arts & Crafts Art Galleries

    From iconic colonial masterpieces to compelling contemporary works of art, the Geelong Gallery is the perfect place to unwind and be inspired. Since its establishment in 1896 the Gallery has amassed a magnificent collection of 19th and 20th century Australian and European paintings and decorative arts, including 18th and 19th century English porcelain, British art pottery, colonial Australian silver, as well as contemporary Australian paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics. A particular focus ... Read more of the collection is early images of the Geelong region. The Gallery’s outstanding collection includes many works of national significance such as Eugène von Guérard’s View of Geelong (1856) and Frederick McCubbin’s A bush burial (1890).

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