Art Lessons with Sheree

A wildly creative art class with Teaching Artist Sheree Roberts
at Wild Learning on Tuesday mornings.

Abut Sheree's Classes

Sheree teaches "the practice of art" which covers a range of skills in drawing, painting, printing, sculpture and design. She focuses on creativity and developing a love of art. Sheree encourages exploring, developing and investigating a subject matter & media. 

 

Lessons are linked to art appreciation, so students also gain knowledge of artists and styles
 

Quick Summary

Day and time: Tuesdays 9:00 am - 11:00am

What is it: Creative fine Art Classes 

Taught by: Sheree Roberts

Cost: $30 per class (book online or pay in cash when you arrive)

Who is for: People over 18 years old | suitable for both beginners and those with art making experience 

students should bring a basic art kit with pencils, pens , scissors and a glue stick as well as an art journal

Address: 111 Wollombi Rd, Cessnock - entry via side door on Campbell street 

Sheree recommends you book into a class the first time you come to secure your place. Returning students are welcome to pay on the day or purchase a multi class pass.

Tuesday Art Lesson: Enrolment Enquiry Form

111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock  |  0412835865  |  info@wildlearning.com.au 

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