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The Art Workshop

Art Classes & Lessons - St Heliers (1071) (Auckland Region)
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Business Address: 140 Long Drive St Heliers (1071) Auckland Region


Contact Name: Roze Magenta

Opening & Closing time: Next drawing course start Saturday 7 May from 2-4pm

Kids Age Accepted: 8-10 years old, 10-12 years old, 12-15 years old

Parental Supervision: Optional

Registered Child Care provider: No

Your Industry Qualification: Diploma in Art & Creativity (Honours) from The Learning Connexion, New Zealand's biggest Art School

Access for Disabled People: No

Cafeteria on site: No

Costs: Per Term, Per Class

Details of these costs: Cost per lesson $30. Cost for term 2 (7 lessons) $180

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