Art Classes For All Ages And Abilities Tweed Heads South

The studio in South Tweed offers

  • Adult self expressive art classes (3 times a week)
  • Adult creative workshops (run as events throughout the year)
  • An evening art session for ages 14 plus (Wednesdays)
  • Children’s after school art classes (4 times a week)
  • Children’s Saturday art clubs (twice a month)
  • parties for all ages
  • Children’s birthday parties (Friday/Saturday afternoons)
  • Classes for NDIS clients, providing you with community participation and social support
  • A provider for the NSW. creative kids vouchers
  • Building resilience and emotional intelligence through the process of art
  • Teens self empowerment workshops
  • Abstracts and wine evenings
  • Kids School holiday workshops
  • Tweens mixed media art sessions

Art Classes Tweed Heads

Who runs all these Tweed Heads Art Classes?

Meet Kay the owner of the studios in Tweed Heads.

Kay knows it’s her souls purpose to help people unlock their creativity so that their lives flow in the direction it needs to go.

All the art classes offered at the studios work to empower people and to help them explore their own individual creative style while working on the philosophy that art is about self-expression, building resilience and increasing our emotional intelligence.

Through the process of art making A person should be allowed to explore and play with their own flow of creativity.

Kay nurtures peoples own uniqueness, and gently guides them to pursue their own art styles. She teaches them to have fun and thoroughly enjoy the whole process of art making using different techniques and various art mediums.

Think Purple Art Studios is located at
2/22 Industry Drive, Tweed Heads South

Hi I’m Alisa. I am 18 years old and recently graduated from Banora Point High School. I am currently working at a local cafe until I figure out what path I want to take career wise.

I’m always dreaming about fashion so in my spare time I’m thrifting for some unique pieces to rework and add to my overflowing wardrobe. DIYing accessories and jewellery are another one of my hobbies – my latest project being the rings made of spoons that I have now decorated my hands with.

During High School, Kay’s art space was my comfort zone – I am hoping that I can recreate that same safe space for the youth of our community. To guide them through the same journey I just went through and be like an older sister to them haha. I was lucky enough to have a few mentor type figures like Kay but didn’t really have someone around my age that were outside my close circle of friends and family that I could express my feelings too.

In a nutshell, that’s what I hope to offer here – to lend an ear, have a chat, listen to some good music and make some cool art.

Hello, My name is Bindi

I have had two years of experience alongside Kay. This has refined and developed my teaching and wellbeing support skills.
Seeing the young ones flourish in their own creative ways has been a blessing I did not know could happen at my age. Art has always been a part of my life and my passion is to help others achieve their visions while also supporting and mentoring them with honesty and love.

My goal is to hold a space for others to be themselves and to help young people find their inner fulfilment in life. For some, Art is the catalyst for doing so and my part is to listen and support them.

I have been working as a support person for over a year which has been such a pleasure.

It’s incredible to explore their inspiring ideas and see their creative growth.
I look forward to meeting and connecting with new people and of course making art!

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