Get creative at upcoming art classes

Published Tuesday, 30th January 2018

Young girl painting
Come along and join in the fun!

Fairfield City Museum & Gallery will host a range of art programs from early February for people of all ages and abilities.

Children, adults and people with disability can all participate in exciting art and craft programs.

Mayor of Fairfield City Frank Carbone said the four or eight week programs provided an opportunity for people to show their creativity.

“Fairfield City Museum & Gallery continues to provide exciting cultural experiences for people from all walks of life, acting as a cultural magnet for our City,” Mayor Carbone said.

“The programs are designed to engage the community in a fun, confidence-building environment and support an inclusive City for everyone. 

“People of all ages and abilities can take this opportunity to meet new people and showcase their creativity through arts and crafts.”

For more information or to book a place, please contact Fairfield City Museum & Gallery via email at museumgallery@fairfieldcity.nsw.gov.au or call 9725 0190.

Children’s Programs:

Children’s Visual Art Program - Ages 6+
Wednesdays 4pm-5.30pm, 14 February to 4 April
Saturdays 10am-11.30am, 17 February to 7 April
Fun art-making programs that build students’ skills and confidence, with an introduction to a wide variety of art forms and techniques.
Cost: $120 or $15 for a trial lesson in the first week

Children’s Clay Classes – Ages 6+
Tuesdays 4pm-5.30pm, 13 February to 3 April
Ceramic workshops for children to learn to hand-build sculptures, ornaments and vases.
Cost: $120 or $15 for a trial lesson in the first week

Tiny Tots Classes – Ages 2-5
Thursdays 10.30am-11.30am, 15 February to 5 April
Fun classes for toddlers and carers. Children will explore a new art of craft each week.
Cost: $40

Adult Programs:

Adult Art Classes (4 weeks)
Fridays 12.30pm-2.30pm, 9 February to 2 March
Ideal for beginner and intermediate students who wish to learn the basic principles of acrylic painting and creating realistic landscapes.
Cost: $70

Visual Abilities (8 weeks)
Fridays 10.30am-12pm, 16 February to 6 April
Open to people with disability and their carers, this workshop series will cover a new art or craft each week.
Cost: $40

Booking costs listed are per term and cover tuition and supplied materials.