Kids Art Classes Brisbane
Discover a collection of kids art classes in Brisbane from after school and weekend art classes to holiday art programs often designed around themes or art mediums. Most art classes do offer a trial class to ensure your child is ready to participate in instructional type teaching which is a great opportunity to try before you buy.
Find an kids art class near you
Kids Art Fun offers term time art and craft classes for kids aged 5 to 12 years in St Lucia and Chapel Hill.
Art classes, Kindermusik, stem classes, holiday workshops and an incredible toy store with clever toys and art supplies.
Join The Dancing Paintbrush on a creative journey, with casual art classes and art parties for all ages in north Brisbane.
All age groups are catered to at Creative Kids Brisbane, with the extensive art and education program offered for free 7 days a week.
Tammy's Art Studio is a safe and creative space for children to develop their artistic side and is located on the Southside of Brisbane
Make&Meld run workshops and creative design programs for kids from their studio in Yeronga.
Hands on Art is an artist-run, not-for-profit community organisation in Paddington, Brisbane, running amazing classes for both kids and adults.
Art Class Brisbane offers super fun, creative children's painting classes and workshops during holiday breaks
ArtStar Studio specialises in children’s ART EDUCATION. The Studio is staffed by qualified teachers with art training and school experience.
Some benefits of kids art classes
Fun times and good times without the mess to clean up.
Improved Fine Motor skills and increased dexterity Your child will learn elements and concepts of art including line, shape, colour, texture and space and principles like unity, rhythm, proportion, design, balance, harmony, contrast and repetition (Wright S 2013) Critical thinking skills with research in the USA shows that critical thinking of art pieces leads to overlap of improved critical thinking in all spaces of a child's life.
Learning to ask questions, gathering a toolbox of questions and inquiries and not just reacting to a situation. (https://edsource.org) Other benefits and skills that will be learned include (but aren't limited to), decision making, understanding creativity, experimentation, risk taking, dealing with mistakes, how to read visual images and just doing art for the sake of doing art is reason enough to be doing art. Resources Wright, S. (2003) Children, meaning-making and the arts Pearson Education Australia https://edsource.org/2015/art-appreciation-helps-young-children-learn-to-think-and-express-ideas/77734