Art Teachers for Kids - Mamaku (3020)

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    Discover Rotorua's rich culture, volatile landscape and dramatic history in this world-class museum. Innovative exhibitions, fascinating cinema experiences and informative guided tours enable visitors to discover the amazing stories of this unique region. Watch the Rotorua Stories film to discover the scientific and mythological reasons for Rotorua's volatile landscape, or visit the poignant Maori Battalion Cinema to learn about the heroic soldiers in World War II. Meet famous leaders, legendary ... Read more heroes and beautiful treasures in our Te Arawa galleries. Plus five changing galleries showcase artworks and objects from our collection, as well as an exciting programme of touring exhibitions. Centrally located in the iconic Bath House building, Rotorua Museum can be explored from basement to rooftop, with fantastic views of the city and lake. The museum shop has a wide range of local arts, crafts and books, and the café sells great coffee and a tasty all day menu.

    Please check out Facebook page facebook dot com/youngatartdownunder/ or website for latest news, classes etc. This studio is a working Artist's studio and Art School - this is the studio I work from and where I teach classes in Mixed Media art to both adults and kids. There are weekly class options (during schoolterms); classes during the school holidays and special techniques and projects-Saturday workshops

    Overall rating: 5 out of 5  

    Holiday classes

    29-01-2016 by Fiona

    "Our 13 year old daughter has been attending Joyce’s holiday art classes for the last 1 ½ years. She has always enjoyed her time there. Joyce always has a different project for them to work on so they are never doing the same thing twice. Although it is a group session she will focus individually on each child and they can all be working on quite separate projects. Joyce also takes the time to teach the children different art techniques to help develop their skills. For anyone who loves art Young at Art Downunder is a great place to attend."