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Adult Art Classes


Term 1

Life Drawing

Learn to draw the human form exploring gesture, contour and proportion while observing a life model.

Monday, 10am–12.30pm, 3/2/2020 - 24/2/2020

Level: adult (Beginners welcome)

4 Sessions $180pp

Bookings Essential | Materials List Available | Close Shoes Requires

Book Online – Life Drawing


Acrylic Painting Class

Learn about materials and techniques with a professional artist in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Tuesdays 10am-12pm, 4/2/2020 – 25/2/2020

4 x sessions $120pp

Bookings Essential | Materials List Available | Close Shoes Requires

Book Online – Acrylic Painting Class


Drawing FUNdamentals

This course is an introduction to the basic drawing skills all artists should know about. Through a series of exercises you will gain a better understanding of the concepts of perspective, proportion and composition.

Level: Beginners welcome

Wednesdays 10am-12pm, 5/2/2020 – 26/2/2020

4 x sessions $100pp

(Optional further 4 sessions if you choose to continue)

Bookings Essential | Materials List Available | Close Shoes Requires

Book Online – Drawing FUNdamentals


Wednesday Waterfront Studio

Develop your individual practice with a trained tutor in a relaxed and friendly environment.

Venue: Bolton Point Hall, Bolton Point

Wednesdays 10am -12pm, 5/2/2020 – 26/2/2020

4 session $140pp

Bookings Essential | Materials List Available | Close Shoes Requires

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Natural History Illustration

Learn how to capture the true character of a natural object through illustration using watercolour.

Tutor: Tanya Hoolihan

Thursdays 10am-12pm, 6/2/2020 - 27/2/2020

4 x sessions $120pp

Bookings Essential | Materials List Available | Close Shoes Requires

Book Online – Natural History Illustration


Group Art Sessions

The museum caters for corporate and community groups. Use the power of art for personal stress relief, to learn new skills, or to just have fun! For further information about costs and possibilities, call our Visual Arts and Public Programs Leader on (02) 4921 0705