Join our collective
teaching artists
+ creative business folk 

While the doors are closed on our building, Wild Learning will provide a place of support and growth for teaching artists and creative business people - online!

The collective is an opportunity to join our team and get your work online during isolation. You can teach classes, see clients, run events & workshops or sell your work - and the Wild Learning collective will help smooth the path and make it easier and much more social and connected!

The collective provides:

  • marketing, advertising & publicity support to help you attract paying students

  • opportunities to be involved in Wild Learning projects to grow your audience and your business

  • access to training, resources, information - grow your skills!

  • join our supportive team - including a weekly teachers catch up call so isolation doesn't feel so isolated and online discussion group

  • technology support to help get you online in the easiest and most sustainable way

  • coaching and mentoring to get you through any tough days or wobbly moments

  • a cheer leader! lots of support, encouragement and guidance to help you reach your goals

You can work from anywhere in Australia and benefit from the Wild Learning brand, student community, network and support system.

You can work on any online platform, charge your clients or students what ever you like, set your own hours, be independent and build your own brand - and Wild Learning will help you work it all out and then  act as a referral point where students can find your work and connect with you.


You get all the benefits of working with a team - with the flexibility to do things your way.

To find out more and discuss how Wild Learning might be able to help you connect with people online, contact Emmie via email

111 Wollombi Rd Cessnock  |  0412835865  | 


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Wild Learning is owned and operated by Emmie Hallett. My abn is: 13 236 405 231


Wild Learning acknowledges the Wonnarua people as the traditional custodians of the land we gather on.  We give our respect to Elders and Children, past present and future.   We also acknowledge the Awabakal people to the east and the Darkinjung people to the south, and all other Aboriginal peoples who now live within our community.

Wild Learning is a space of kindness and respect. We warmly welcome people with disability, the LGBTIAQ community, people from all lands, religions and cultures and people with all sorts of life stories. When you attend our activities we ask that you treat all members of our Wild Learning community, our building, facilities and our neighbours with kindness, respect and help us create a space that is safe for everyone.