We are an amazing space for your kids to grow in their creativity, confidence and skill. We offer Art classes and camps, literacy classes, dance and drama, team building, teacher training, Adult Art classes and birthday parties!!!
We have different rooms and spaces, a parent cafe, an auditorium. It's all hand scupltured and created to encourage curiosity and creativity.
We are dynamic, and fun, our students have a lot of choice and the take ownership of their learning and their creativity!
We start with warmups and explore media, then as a class or camp progresses, your child takes an ownership of their learning and creates beautiful and expressive art!
Expressing ourselves through the Arts while developing creativity and confidence.
CREATIVITY, CONFIDENCE AND EXPRESSION
Exploring and focusing on the process of art making
We are an art studio that frees students to create, allowing them to explore, and take ownership of their creations. We support and guide them through strategies and techniques whilst leaving creative decisions up to them. The work our kids create is their own, building a value of the process of art-making and a confidence in their ability as it grows and develops.
Even our youngest students learn that art is designed to communicate and express. We equip all of our students with the idea that they are saying something unique with everything that they make. This helps build communication skills , self identity, and an empathy and understanding of others.
HAMISH AND THE TEAM
We create an environment that loves kids and nurtures creativity
Over the years Hamish has worn many creative and educational hats... from a muralist, painter and storyteller and clown to primary art teacher and department head. He started Inspired Arts in 2017 and brings his passion for art and learning into this environment with a high level of creativity, energy and humour.
He has empowered his team to engage, model and facilitate best practise education whilst seeing every student as an artist and encouraging them to explore and engage in the heartbeat of their learning.
You can visit Hamish's personal website and blog here