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April Holiday Program - Classes will be available for booking from 1 March

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Our April holiday classes will run from Tuesday 6 April to Thursday 15 April at four venues; East Victoria Park, Kingsley, Piara Water and Nedlands. We have a Junior Artist program for 4 to 6 yrs and a Creative Kids Program for 7 to 14yrs.

April Holiday Art classes for kids

Junior Artists (4-6yrs) 1 hour class $32

Goldfish in a Bowl
Have fun drawing and painting our quirky goldfish in a bowl. We have crazy stickers for the mouth and eyes to create a comical look. Create a fun dot pattern and learn some painting and drawing techniques while creating this colourful artwork on A3 paper.  
East Vic. Park Tues 6 Apr, 1 to 2pm, Kingsley, Mon 12 Apr, 1 to 2pm

Crabby
Join us to make this vibrant crab artwork. We have lots of mixed media fun with different art processes to try including printmaking, painting, drawing, cutting and pasting. This work is great for fine motor skill development with so many processes and is lots of fun to create. Nedlands, Tues 13 Apr, 1 to 2pm, East Vic. Park Mon 12 Apr, 1 to 2pm, Piara Waters, Fri 9 Apr, 9.30 to 10.30am. Forrestfield, Thursday 15 April, 9.30am.

Baby Owl Painting
Paint these sweet baby owls sitting on a branch. We’ll add some collage details to create the large yellow eyes and beak. We will also be drawing in some lush green leaves and feet for the owls to complete this artwork on paper.
East Vic. Park, Thurs 8 Apr, 9.30 to 10.30am, Kingsley, Thurs 9.30 to 10.30am

Penguin Chick
We are off to Antarctica with our Emperor Penguin Chick drawing.  We will be using soft chalk pastels to draw the penguin chicks on coloured paper. Kids will learn some drawing skills such as blending and creating textured feathers. 
Nedlands, Wed 7 Apr, 9.30 to 10.30am, East Vic. Park Wed 14 Apr, 9.30 to 10.30am

April School Holiday classes

Creative Kids (7-14yrs) 2hr workshops $62 and 2.5hr painting on canvas $75

Rottnest Lighthouse (2hr workshop)
One of Perth’s most famous icons is the Rottnest Lighthouse. We have a stunning collage work to create featuring this well-known landmark. We will learn about adding depth and perspective by using colour. Students will create focal points with contrast and scale as they make this work. 
Nedlands, Wed 7 Apr, 10.30am to 12.30pm, East Vic. Park, Wed 14 Apr, 10.30 to 12.30pm

Klimt painting on canvas (2.5hr workshop)
Be inspired by famous artist Gustav Klimt. We will create a stunning painting on canvas featuring a cloaked figure. Klimt loved using gold and detailed patterns in his work. We will learn about layering techniques to add a background, shapes and details to our paintings using acrylic and paint pens.
Nedlands, Tues 13 Apr, 2.00 to 4.30pm, East Vic. Park, Tues 6 Apr, 2 to 4.30 pm,Piara Waters, Fri 9 Apr, 10.30 to 1pm, Kingsley, Thurs 15 Apr, 10.30 to 1pm, Forrestfield, Thursday 15 April, 10.30 to 1pm.

Galapagos Tortoise Drawing (2hr workshop)
Fine tune your drawing skills with this detailed Galapagos Tortoise pencil and pen drawing on coloured paper. We will be using coloured pencils to add layers of colour to our sketch. Students will learn about highlights and shadows and how to add them to make their tortoise look 3D.   
East Vic. Park, Thurs 8 Apr, 10.30 to 12.30pm, Kingsley, Mon 12 Apr, 10.30 to 12.30pm

Decorative Clay Bowls (2hr workshop)
Many world cultures create stunning clay bowls with decorative marks and patterns - we’ve added a contemporary twist so students can create their own. Use paint pens and markers to design and paint a decorative, terracotta clay bowl. We will also make a second, textured bowl from clay.    
East Vic. Park, Mon 12 Apr, 2 to 4pm


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All materials are provided for all our 1hr Junior Artist classes and 2 and 2.5hr Creative Kids workshops.  We have 4 locations in Perth with holiday classes. Art aprons are provided. Each class is taken by a fully qualified and experienced art teacher with a maximum of twelve to fourteen students. Parents are not able to stay with their child at class. Our activities are planned by a professional artist and fully qualified and experienced primary school art teacher.

If a class is fully booked you can add your details to the waitlist and you will be notified if a place becomes available.


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Age Range
The age ranges for classes varies depending on the complexity of the subject matter and the degree of difficulty. Please only enrol your child if they are within the specified age range. Fine motor skills, manual dexterity and concept development have all been taken into account when determining the age range for each workshop. We want your child to have fun and to be able to succeed with their art endeavours!