Art for teenagers
DescriptionThis course is for people aged between 13 and 19 years. The maximum group size is 10.
Classes provide a fun, friendly and supportive atmosphere where teens can create within a group of peers with similar interests to their own.
This age group can really benefit from a positive arts experience, as it is a time for personal exploration and growing confidence. Whether they wish to build on their folio development for VCE, learn basic skills or explore an interest area, the studio will provide the environment and the tuition to support students in achieving their goals.
Participants have the opportunity to exhibit in our end of year diversARTy exhibition at Eltham Library Gallery to celebrate their achievements with friends and family.
Trial sessions may be available. Please note that trial sessions are only offered where there is space available and does not guarantee a place in the course. If all places are taken before the trial session date, the trial session will be cancelled. Places may also be available in this course after the start date. Please contact us to enquire: 9433 3744
VenueThis course is held at our Eltham centre - 739 Main Road.
What to bringBring materials in your media of choice for your project. Further materials can be recommended. If you are unsure of the media you wish to work in, you could purchase the following to get started (this is optional):
- 2B & 4B pencils, a sharpener, an eraser
- A small packet of soft pastels
- A drawing pad, preferably A3
- Two brushes, one filbert, one flat, sizes of your own choosing
- A small selection of acrylic paints, including white, cadmium red, cadmium yellow, yellow ochre, prussian blue, cobalt blue, burnt sienna
Victorian Artists Supplies, 715 Main Road, Eltham will give a 10% discount on purchases to those enrolled in a Living & Learning Nillumbik course.
We advise you to buy your materials/equipment no more than one week prior to the start of the course to avoid expense for a course that may be cancelled.
About the TutorMax Kaskamanidis is a local artist who specialises in oil paints and soft pastels, however he has a broad range of knowledge on many media and styles. He is focused on exploring and expanding the artistic potential of his students, both in technique and in creativity. Max has taught art classes with us for the last six years.
- Phone: (03) 9433 3744
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Diamond Creek
- 119 Cowin Street
- Diamond Creek 3089
- 739 Main Road
- Eltham 3095
- Panton Hill
- 18 Bishops Road
- Panton Hill 3759
- Nillumbik Shire Council trading as Living &
- Learning Nillumbik, Registered Training
- Organisation No. 3989, ABN 64 487 894 794