Art Centres for Kids - the Melbourne Region

Victoria (VIC)

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Mess Matters is a unique and fun art, crafts and messy play program for all children from 18months - 5 years of age. At the Mess Matters studio children are offered the freedom to explore a range of messy and tactile materials and express themselves in an unstructured yet supportive environment. At the art and craft stations, the children are surrounded by an abundant supply and variety of art materials and can create abstract artworks they can be proud of. At the creative play areas, themed stations ...

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Art centres for kids around 30km from the Melbourne Region

Art activities for kids in the Melbourne Region

Little Art Big Art
Little Art Big Art is your Art Education Specialist! We specialise in fun, colourful and creative art classes, age specific, so little to big artists shine. OUR MISSION is to IMAGINE, CREATE, CELEBRATE! We offer a range of carefully planned art classes for tiny tots to adults. Each art program is carefully planned and delivered by highly qualified educator and talented artist Rachael Morris to capture imagination, encourage exploration and confidently create. Since we are a mobile "art room", we ...
Mini Makers Studio
Art Play For Preschoolers - A place to create, play & explore. Come and join our Mini Makers as they explore, create & get messy in the studio. Every week is different with 5 stations for your child to discover. Our sessions are perfect for 1-5 year olds. At Mini Makers Studio we have a passion for learning through exploration and play. Our classes are aimed specifically at toddlers & preschoolers offering a chance to explore art through experimentation and play. Our classes encourage creative ...
Duldig Studio
Duldig Studio, in East Malvern, Victoria, is the former home and studio of internationally recognised sculptor Karl Duldig (1902 to 1986) and his wife, artist and inventor Slawa Duldig (née Horowitz) (1902 to 1975). Opened in 1996 as a house museum, in 2002 it transitioned into a public house museum and art gallery. In the artists’ charming former home, garden and studio, the sculptures, drawings, paintings and decorative arts tell the story of their creative lives in Vienna, Singapore and ...
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