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the Upper North Shore, the Sydney Region, New South Wales (NSW)

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    Ceramic Painting is a fun and creative activity for adults and kids of all abilities. Pinta Crafts is based in Sydney, Australia and offers Mobile Ceramic Painting Activities for Kids and Adult Parties, Workshops and other events. We come to your venue or can recommend some venues. We have a wide range of Ceramic Pieces from Plates, Bowls, Mugs, Boxes, Tiles, Vases, Teapots, Bathroom items, Figurines, etc. to choose from. You will learn Basic Ceramic Painting Techniques and you will get to create ... Read more your very own unique ceramic masterpiece. All pieces will be glazed and fired in a kiln after painting to make the ceramics functional and usable. Dinnerware will then be food-safe and microwave-safe.

    • 33 Laurel St, Willoughby, North Willoughby, NSW 2068
    • 10-20 km from Asquith

    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 ...

    Silky Shapes Studio is offering pottery classes for those above 12 years of age. Students will learn basics of pottery and will be taking home ceramic pieces they have made themselves. Classes are 2 hours long and the price includes all materials. Each class starts with a demonstration and is followed by continuous instructions to help students create their own pottery. The first 3 classes are AUD 45.00/class, after that you can either pay as you go AUD35.00/class or AUD 300.00 for 10 class package. ... Read more There is also a modified version of classes where several sessions are combined into one class and can be a perfect solution for birthday parties. In this one session students can practice making their own pottery pieces and also take advantage of pre made pieces, which they can personalize and decorate the way they want to.

    Overall score: 5 out of 5

    silky shapes

    02-03-2016

    My teenage daughter has been going to Yegana's pottery classes since January. She loves it; in her words Yegana is "inspiring, kind and a great teacher". She is so pleased with her new skill on the pottery wheel and so proud of her pottery pieces and I am so glad we found this class.

    KIDZ ARTWORX FEED THEIR CREATIVE SIDE Kidz Artworx, Art School & Gallery is a new art venue specialising in classes for kids during school holidays & the school term. We also offer classes for: • Pre-schoolers • Adults • All the ages in between • Art Parties for kids & adults • HSC Tutoring for Visual Arts • Fundraiser Art Workshops. • All classes designed by experienced (25+ years) art educator, (Bach of Arts & Grad. Dip Ed.). Art areas include: • Ceramics ... Read more (clay) sculpture • Drawing • Painting • Printmaking • Collage • Mixed Media • Installations Check our Facebook page for testimonials & examples of art work, kidzartworxinburwood & our website gallery. Why Kidz Artworx? I know Visual Arts education needs to be part of a balanced education. Sadly, many primary schools do not provide it, or offer a token activity, as part of their program due to constraints of time & pressures of other curriculum areas. Teacher expertise ...

    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.

    Art classes for children aged 5 years to 12 years. After school, from 3.30pm to 5.00pm in a studio set up in my home. Workshops in school holidays. Using a variety of different media, children will create art. They will look at the elements of art and put them into projects each week. They will look at a variety of the masters of art, focussing on their styles. Their work will be displayed in a portfolio which they take home at the end of term. Classes are run in a relaxed, fun atmosphere. We will ... Read more look at using mixed media (clay, painting) and enjoying art. Art classes are a great place to meet new friends and enjoy time with existing friends.

    The Bankstown Arts Centre is a cultural facility, where artists and community groups collaborate to explore ideas and learn, create and experience contemporary community based arts. Bankstown Arts Centre offers creative classes to students of all ages and levels of experience. Taught by professional artists, Bankstown Arts Centre provides stimulating and friendly classes that cater to your creative needs. Classes includes painting, drawing, pottery, photography, drama, dance, guitar and more!

    A small home based Pottery studio offering classes to adults, teenagers and children, during term and during school holidays. Located In Newtown, Sydney.

    SCHOOL HOLIDAY WORKSHOPS

    From 16-04-2018 to 27-04-2018

    School Holiday Workshops for Children and Teenagers. Workshops in Hand - Building and Wheel - Throwing. Ages 5 to 18

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    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 ...

    Remarkable Recycling Workshop

    From 19-05-2018 to 19-05-2018

    If I gave you some paper and pencils, you would expect to write or draw. Paint, brushes and canvas could indicate a picture to be painted. Coloured paper scraps, scissors and glue would tempt you to make a collage. But, a cardboard roll or box, a tin can or plastic bag – these represent endless possibilities. That’s why making things from recyclables takes creativity to a whole new level. When we train ourselves to see the possibilities in rubbish, we are also training ourselves to see the possibilities in other obstacles in life. What an amazing skill that is. Start this training at an early age and the very real challenges that face our children become invitations to innovation. While it’s wonderful to set kids up with specific art projects, encouraging them to come up with their own ideas is what creates the innovators and inventors of tomorrow. Wacky Workshops students are given the ‘world super hero’ award when they work out a clever way to recreate the old into the new. This is a great way to empower children. This encourages them to be protectors of the planet and make positive contributions to society. Even more empowering is the confidence gained when the children have come up with their own designs, not structured by step by step instructions. During my Wacky Workshops Remarkable Recycling classes, I usually guide the students through a few planned projects to help them see the possibilities in using recyclables. This fires up their imagination and confidence enough that they can then come up with their own ideas. Then it’s time for the Wacky challenge. Ransack the recycling crate to design and make your own special creation. The boy who loves to play with cars may design a car from egg cartons and cardboard ribbon rolls. The girl who loves rainbows may design a rainbow from discarded ribbon or colourful plastic lids. What will your child design?

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    How to help children learn more through creativity

    This is sad news, for the kids and the world in general because using imagination and creativity is vital to children’s individual mental health. It is also important for the world, as these are our future leaders, policy makers, inventors, scientists and researchers.   How children actually learn more through creativity Some people believe children who are not regularly exposed to art and the materials to create it do not read and write as well as those who are. According...

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    Campbelltown Arts Centre is the South West Sydney region’s major cultural venue and cultural services provider. The Centre services an audience market and community that spans Campbelltown, Camden and Wollondilly Local Government Areas. Campbelltown Arts Centre (C-A-C) was opened in June 2005 following a $15M capital development program undertaken by CCC in partnership with the NSW State Government to redevelop the City Bicentennial Art Gallery (established in 1988) into a contemporary multidisciplinary ... Read more arts centre. Campbelltown Arts Centre consists of exhibition spaces, workshop and studio spaces, a 180-seat performance studio, residency apartment, Sculpture Garden, Japanese Garden, amphitheatre and café. The core focus of Campbelltown Arts Centre is to develop and deliver innovative high quality contemporary arts programs that maximise opportunities and avenues for communities to engage with contemporary, multi-arts practice. The Centre’s program encompasses all forms of the ...

    • 8 Mary St, Bundeena, NSW 2230
    • 40-50 km from Asquith
    • Business can travel to you

    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.

    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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