Art Classes – Term 2 2019 Mid Term Enrolments 2019 – Now Open

Mid Term Enrolments 2 2019 –  5 weeks | Starting Tuesday, 21st May 2019  | Bookings 0439 571 054 

Want to Join Art Classes?  We are now taking Mid Term Enrolments for Term 2.

Primary Art Class, Tuesdays evenings 4-5pm  | Secondary Art Class, Thursday evening 4-5.30pm | *Adult Painting Wednesday evening 6.00-8.00pm | *Adult Drawing Thursday Evening 6.00-8.00pm


*Seniors and Student Concessions apply.



Primary Art Classes with Natalie Newman

Tuesday Evenings, 4.00 – 5.00pm

5 weeks x 1 hr classes – $137.50


Adult Painting Classes with Susan McMinn

Wednesday Evenings, 6.00 – 8.00 pm

5 weeks x 2 hr classes = $192.75


Secondary Art Classes with Natalie Newman

Thursday Evenings, 4.00 – 5.30pm

5 weeks x 1.5 hr classes = $154

Adult Drawing Classes with Susan McMinn

Thursday Evenings, 6.00– 8.00pm

5 weeks x 2 hr classes = $192.75


Teaching Artists: Dr. Susan McMinn – Primary, Secondary, Adult

Susan McMinn is an award winning professional artist with a PhD in fine art.  She has over 10 years of art teaching and tutoring experience, having taught both privately and at CEB Bendigo.   McMinn has tutored university students in essay writing and supervised visual arts post graduate students. Her exhibition experience spans over ten years, having shown at the Melbourne Shrine of Remembrance, Jewish Museum of Australia and at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Federation Square.  Susan’s works are held in collections both in Australia and Britain.

Image: Susan McMinn Morry and Stan

Susan McMinn (b. 1958) Desert March, 2011 Oil, charcoal, India Ink, acrylic, sand on canvas.

Natalie Newman

Natalie Newman is an artist, singer, art teacher, singer, landscape gardener and ideas woman.  She is a trained secondary art teacher and has exhibited her work both locally and in Melbourne.  She is a skilled drafts person with experience in printmaking, drawing,painting and ceramics.

Natalie Newman, Fox and Mouse, 2017, Ink and mixed media on paper, 2017

Kirsten Asche – Mosaic Classes

Kirsten Asche considers herself to be a modern artisan. Her path towards her current practice has been through various forms of study and mentoring, honed by years of visual observation and response, interwoven with other pursuits.
Born into a family of Nordic and Germanic roots, in her work, Asche references a fantasy landscape that has mystical and otherworldly qualities. Steeped in narrative and the folkloric traditions of Europe together with exploration of Eastern spiritual traditions, her visual language now embraces rich textural pattern and layered colour.
As a skilled crafts person, Asche embodies echoes of the past in her works, with a strong eclectic mix of materials, referencing a contemporary traditionalism.

Kirsten Asche, “Kyoto Cherry Blossom,” 2017, Detail, porcelain china, glass