Art and craft

A class specifically developed to provide a creative outlet for people with a disability. The focus of the class is independence through social interaction and self- expression. Participants work alongside an artist exploring a range of art mediums such as painting, paper mache, bead-making, printing, fabric painting, sculpture and lots more.

The aim of each program is that it be ‘participant-driven’, meaning that each member of the group has a say in the artistic direction of the program.


This is a self directed group who assist one another in mastering new techniques. Participants sketch from slides shown in class plus the occasional video that further develops their skills. New participants are welcome. Recent experience in sketching is essential.

Ikebana is the elegant art of Japanese floral arrangement. Our tutor Toko will guide you through this 1-hour workshop, providing you with the perfect opportunity to express your creativity with fresh plant materials.

In this 2-hour workshop our tutor Estera will instruct students on how to create a beautiful & unique collage from old books and recycled paper.

Learn how to make beautiful & personal handmade gifts just in time for Mothers' Day! In this 2-hour workshop our tutor Estera will teach students how to make gorgeous origami gift boxes and flowers.

Would you like to take some time out each week to relax and chat with friends while creating something really unique & beautiful?

Boro quilting, a quilting technique which uses a "Quilt As You Go" folded Japanese pattern, celebrates the beauty in recycling and imperfection. Preloved and remnant fabrics will be rejuvenated into lovingly hand-sewen quilts.

Expressions of interest are invited for workshops which will guide students through the creation of unique jewelery and cuddly soft toys from preloved clothing & fabrics, commencing the second half of 2019.

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