Art + Crafts


Image credit: Deirdre Datodi 

Get ready for rapid-fire drawing in our express pose Sunday sessions. Our models create fast poses to keep you on your toes! With poses held from anywhere between 30 seconds to a couple of minutes, these life drawing sessions are a real challenge for seasoned artists as well as beginners.

Enjoy two of hours of life drawing in our beautiful light-filled studio with professional LMS models. With easels and tables available to use and paper to purchase, all you need to bring are your materials! 

Run by expert tutor, Deidre Datodi, she asks you to arrive promptly (10 minutes before is good) as late arrivals disrupt the flow of this class.


$22 + BF per session. BOOK HERE

Enjoy two and a half hours of untutored life drawing in our beautiful light-filled studio with professional LMS models. With easels and tables available to use and paper to purchase, all you need to bring are your materials to draw poses ranging from quick to extended as the session progresses.

NB: As a courtesy to the model and other participants, and to limit disruptions, please arrive by 10.20 am to set up. Class begins promptly at 10.30 am. Anyone arriving late is required to wait for the next model break to enter the room. These occur every 20 minutes and the convenor will let you in.


Casual Untutored Life Drawing with Patrick Loverso

Term 1 Saturdays 3pm – 5pm

$22 + Booking fee – BOOK HERE

Learn the basics of life drawing with our expert artist and tutor, Patrick Loverso. This is a casual drop in class where you can gain skills in observing, drawing, and understanding the human figure. An opportunity to build on and practice your life drawing skills.


Tapestry Weaving

Learn tapestry weaving from our expert tutor, Hannah Rother-Gelder in a friendly, workshop-style environment. Tapestry weaving is a weft-based weaving where the warp is completely covered. The proposed image is marked on the weft as a guide using a cartoon (drawing) behind the warp as a further guide when weaving. Students will be guided through the process of this particular method of weaving.
Beginners welcome. All materials supplied. 

5 inital classes are required in order to build your skills and knowledge of tapestry weaving. After these inital sessions you will become a member of the tapestry weaving group.

Partially supported by a Yarra Grant.


Draw a professional model in our beautiful light-filled studio with easels and tables provided. Bring your own materials or buy paper from us. The pose will be held for the entire session. This class is untutored and suitable for all levels.


Children will have the opportunity to experiment with creative experiences in a range of mediums, and will also be encouraged to explore their own responses to a range of artists’ work and connect to current exhibitions. As some projects will take a few weeks to complete, students will build on their portfolio of work and take this home at the end of the term. All materials are supplied.


Just a quick reminder for all our artistic visitors that due to OHS regulations we don’t allow the use of oil paint in any form including the water-soluble variety

Also, our classes run based on bookings. So that we can keep track of class numbers and maintain our model booking, cancellations or changes to your booking will only be accepted with one week’s notice. Cancellations made after this time will not be eligible for a refund or rebooking. No-shows are not eligible for a refund or rebooking.

We appreciate your understanding and cooperation in allowing our classes to keep running.