Community Art Classes
Our Arts & Wellbeing Program strives to offer creative activities, and community and social connectedness to improve mental health and wellbeing. Our team of artist tutors are experienced artists and teachers, who are expert at guiding people in pursuing their own creative practice. Through carefully designed activities, participants are able to explore self-expression, achieve a sense of purpose, focus, and connect with others in a relaxed and supportive environment.
*Please note, we do not offer Art Therapy as part of our suite of services. Our Arts & Wellbeing program focuses on the wellbeing benefits of creative practice and social connection.*
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Art to Unwind – Community Art Classes
Art to Unwind is a weekly art group that is designed around the principles “busy hands, calm mind.” It provides a creative outlet and an opportunity for self-expression in a relaxing and calm environment. The program promotes mental wellbeing while offering social and community connectedness. No prior experience is required. These classes are available for NDIS and non-NDIS clients.
Classes run weekly on a Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday afternoon for an 8-week term. Participants are required to book in for a full term.
Creative Play Space – Art, Writing, and Story-telling for over 55’s.
This group is designed for members of the community who are over 55 years, and interested in engaging in weekly playful, positive, creative practice. Participants are led through creative writing, visual art, and story-telling activities by our experienced artist tutors. There is a focus on fun, trying a variety of different creative mediums, socialization, and being connected to like-minded people in a relaxed and supportive environment. No prior experience is required.
Classes run weekly on a Wednesday morning for an 8-week term. Participants are required to book in for a full term.
ARTY – Youth Arts Program
ARTY is a creative, social program for 15-25 years old’s. The program is designed to improve mental-wellbeing, build confidence, and encourage socialisation.
ARTY is an inclusive and welcoming program that celebrates diversity and provides young people in the community with the opportunity to learn a range of visual art techniques and mediums, as well as participating in art events within the community.
The group runs weekly on a Tuesday evening during school term.
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