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    Classbento offers hundreds of Sydney's best creative fun classes. Choose from pottery, arts and crafts, cooking and much more. Our classes are taught by highly-rated experts, and many are suitable for kids, as well as social events like birthdays, hens parties, corporate functions, etc We believe in the power of our classes to improve social engagement and mental wellbeing, and we donate to Dementia Australia with every booking.

    • 33 Laurel St, Willoughby, North Willoughby, NSW 2068

    A cultural sanctuary in the middle of suburbiaThe Workshop Arts Centre (WAC) is an independent not-for-profit art centre and workshop facility established by the late Joy Ewart with assistance from fellow artists and supporters in 1961 to promote and foster appreciation in the creative and visual arts.The Workshop's birth is an example of a challenge being met and turned into success by the enthusiasm, initiative and hard work of ordinary people who felt strongly enough about the need for a cultural ... Read more establishment on the North side of the Harbour. In cultural terms, the WAC has established itself as a unique and valuable asset within the local and broader community.WAC users have access to a wide range of professionally equipped studios. There are three large painting and drawing studios, as well as ceramics, printmaking, jewellery and sculpture studios. The WAC is also home to the Ewart gallery. The WAC is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee.The Workshop Arts Centre provides an ...

    The St George Creative Art and Craft Centre was established in 1978 to provide a venue for local artists. We provide excellent, low-cost art and craft classes to the community. We offer fun and friendly classes which provide a very social atmosphere along with the excellent tuition. Adult classes are held day and evening, and after school art classes for children.

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    • 8 Mary St, Bundeena, NSW 2230
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    Our motto is: "Can you make this? You Can!" Unique to Sydney we offer personalised instruction & group classes in a variety of pottery techniques including wheel throwing and hand building. We can suit your schedule open 7 days a week.

    Wacky Workshops is all about fostering creativity and imagination in children. This is something needed more than ever as the temptations of technology take over from the wonders of making things by hand. Research has shown that children who are exposed to arts and crafts and the materials to make them actually learn to read and write better and become more resilient as adults. Using imagination and creativity is vital to children’s mental health. According to clinical psychologist Dr Ben Michaelis, ... Read more getting children to focus on the products of their imagination is vital to their individual mental health and the world. The effort that we use when we are actually making things helps us to learn new and innovative ways of thinking. A 2010 study, which examined results from around 300,000 creativity tests since 1990, showed that today’s children are less likely to produce unique and unusual ideas. We can counter this by offering a safe and friendly place to stretch their creativity. By ...

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    Dates: from 01 Jul 2019 to 01 Sep 2019

    I'm now taking bookings for July for private students. Spaces are filling fast so book now to avoid disappointment. Wacky Workshops is a registered provider for the Creative Kids voucher.

    How to help children learn more through creativity

    Our children are becoming less creative than those of a few decades ago and it could be affecting their ability to learn. Isn’t that a horrifying thought? Studies have shown the children’s creativity tends to decrease with age. Most notably from kindergarten to grade three. The reason is thought to be a combination of strict curriculums combined with standardised tests in schools as well as extra time in front of screens, such as television, computers and smartphones.This is sad news, for the ...

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    Run Wild Inner Child is committed to promote each child's unique expression and discovery of the joy of art. We believe it is important to provide children with artistic freedom to make their own creative choices and work at their own pace, while downplaying the aesthetic value of the finished product. Our specialized children’s arts programs are designed for your child’s explorative engagement with a range of techniques and visual media that center on originality. We foster your child’s ... Read more inventive mind through an open-ended experimentation in drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and printmaking.​ “Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures” – Henry Ward Beecher

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