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Overview

    Our open studio days are meant for community members to visit the studio, familiarise themselves with what we do, and engage in creative art-making.

    Want to experience the joy of creating - meet supportive people who share a mutual interest in Art - creativity - and explore creative play? This session is for you.

    The program is delivered face-to-face in small groups.

    All art materials for in-studio will be provided. Additional art kits can be purchased at a separate cost.

    The participants attend one-hour sessions weekly.

    Rupa will give you basic prompts and information on how to tune into creativity based on a theme in each open studio. The themes vary in each studio session.

    The first hour is structured to dabble in the art-making theme with guidance, and for the rest of the session, you are free to engage in free play.

    Note: Kids younger than eight years must accompany an adult.

Wentworthville NSW 2145, Australia

13 - 19 years old

0 hour


Additional

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Accepts creative kids vouchers

Trial classes available

6 week(s) trials are available. Simply give us your details and we will be in touch to organise a time to get your kids started.

Trial classes available

Saturday - 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Saturday - 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm

Where to find us

Wentworthville NSW 2145, Australia

About the provider

We offer a range of creative arts sessions, art therapy courses and workshops for kids, young people & adults.


At Mindkshetra – we are passionate about empowering our future generation to develop a robust sense of worth using creativity as a catalyst with our art therapy workshops in Sydney.


We offer group sessions suitable for kids from 9 years and above to engage in creative play, make new friendships and enhance connections. We provide a range of in-studio term classes.


We believe creativity is a natural skill we are all born with! But most commonly, "Being Creative" is confused with being artistic. And most importantly, accessing our creative side can help us sustain our well-being. Almost half of us (in the world) resist taking up creative pursuits because of this self-imposed expectation of making masterpieces every time we engage with art. Thus, we are missing out on the benefits "Being Creative" has to offer.


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