Workshops and classes

Mysore Morning Ashtanga

The Mysore - Morning Ashtanga yoga course is a four week course, Monday to Friday starting at 5.30am.  Traditionally Ashtanga yoga is practiced at sunrise, every day, with one day of rest, enabling the student to observe the fluctuation of the mind and body, and work towards finding balance within, and building strength to face the adversities of life. Practicing yoga daily offers the opportunity to explore yoga in its traditional form, access the benefits more deeply and maintain health and wellness. The student learns a set sequence of postures that form a personal practice, the teacher guides the student giving specialised instruction and adjustments. Suitable…

Vintage Sundays | Que Viva La Salsa

On Sunday 25 June we will be heating things up and shouting 'Que Viva La Salsa' as we dance the night away with live performance from WA's premier latin band Orquesta Yambeque from 7 pm. Come early to get the rhythm going with a free one hour salsa dance class between 6 and 7 pm. Free class and free entry.    

Dreamscape Lower Primary Art Class

How can you capture a dream? What shape is it? What does it smell like?This term we will be exploring our dreams and creating a fantastical dreamscape in the Inkling studio. We will be writing poetry, painting and embroidering our dreams. We will install a fabulous floating dream city and create a short film.This 6 week course will work on developing creative skills in drawing, painting and sculpture.                                 CLASS INFORMATIONFor students in year 1 to 3For students interested in painting, making and creating imaginary worlds.6 week course starts 20 May90 minute workshopSaturdays @ 10.30 am to 12 pmTeacher: Samantha HughesFEES $155 for…

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Wild Teens Art Class

Imagine you are Sir Joseph Banks seeing Australian flora and fauna as though for the first time, but instead of having to traverse the wilderness to find these creatures, we will bring them to you, here at Inkling. We will learn about, observe and document live Australian reptiles and insects through drawing, watercolour and collage. We will also use a variety of preserved specimens, such as birds and small mammals, for our investigations. 8 week course for school years 6 to 12. CLASS INFORMATIONFor students aged 12 to 16For students interested in the natural world, building art skills and learning advanced techniques.8 week course starts Saturday…

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Mask Making Workshop

This is a fun, creative workshop that takes a basic mask shape and allows you to go wild with building upon it to create something of your very own. You could go decorative and sparkly, classically theatrical, monster, sci-fi, superhero or wildly organic. Perfect in preparation for parties, fancy dress or halloween. We'll provide everything you need, just don't wear you best dress. Come with lots of ideas and we'll use our years of knowledge and skill to ensure you go home with something amazing.

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Raining Cats and Dogs

Have fun painting crazy cats and friendly dogs. Add drawing details to complete your fun animal pictures. All materials provided.  (5 to 10 yrs) Book online www.creativekidsartclub.com.au

Paper Bird Collage | Creative Kids Art Club

 Design and create stunning painted papers. Draw and cut out colourful birds from your painted papers and collage to make a wonderful bird picture, an A3 work on paper.  All materials provided.   (5 to 10 yrs) Book online www.creativekidsartclub.com.au

Shibori and Sun Dyeing

Shibori is a Japanese dyeing technique that is great fun and produces the most beautiful results, with powerful indigo tones. Sun dyeing uses photsensitive dyes and uses the sun to fix the colour in place allowing for simple printing and relief dyeing. In this workshop we'll use both techniques to decorate your very own T-shirt, apron or bag to take away.

Winter School Holiday Workshop Programs

Have you ever wanted to run away with the circus? Fancy learning how to juggle, walk a tight rope, or swing on a trapeze?? Now is the time to run away with CircusWA. Come on down to Circus WA for our School Holiday Workshops! We're running a series of workshops for ages 5 through to 17. We are excited to announce that these workshops will be running out of our new venue “The Big Top”. We will be located at 92 Adelaide Street, Fremantle (next to Princess May Park).  These 3 day programs will have limited spots, so please book now to avoid…

Plasticfree Food Wrap Workshop

It's plastic-free July so come along and learn how to reduce the vast amounts of plastic wrap used for food storage and make your own natural, reusable fabric food wraps. Using natural bees wax and cloth we'll create funky wraps of different sizes to be used as lids for storage pots, sandwich wraps, food covers and perfect for taking shopping to stop using uneccessary plastic.

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Feltmaking

Learn how to make natural, wool felt in this short workshop. We'll learn all about felt and felt making, uses and you'll get hands on with making your own. Take it home and frame for your wall or explore some of the other possibilities using it as a decorative item or as detailing on clothing and bags, jewellery, brooches, pins, hairbands, the possibilities are endless.

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Upcycle Gnarly Knits for Kids

This is a fun, creative workshop designed to get kids hands on with repurposing. What to do with those lovely old knits when we've grown up and out or the moths have given them more holes than Swiss cheese? In this workshop we'll rummage through a huge bundle of preloved knits and reinvent them into bags, gloves, legwarmers, scarves, hats, purses, toys, pet jumpers and rocket ships. Okay, so maybe not rocket ships ... Our workshops have everything you'll need to jump in, learn new skills and get creative. At the end of the workshop we invite parents back to…

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Artist Talk with Kyle HughesOdgers

You’ll learn about Kyle’s practice as a children’s book illustrator as well as the processes behind his large scale wall works such as ‘From Above’ at Perth International Airport. There will be plenty of time at the end for you to chat with Kyle and ask some of your burning questions. Kyle Hughes-Odgers is a multi-disciplinary artist born in Perth Australia, 1981. He is well-known for his unique figurative and abstract based works. Kyle originally began creating artwork on the street across cities in Australia during the early 2000’s. Progressing his work both on and off the street, Kyle held his first major solo exhibition…

Concrete Planter Workshop

Join us as we teach you how to make your own concrete pot! You will get to make, paint and take home two concrete pots of your own!  Purchase tickets here.  Date: Sunday 9th of July 2017 Time: 10am - 12pm (please arrive 5 minutes before for a prompt 10am start) Address: Little Space Fremantle, Unit 4, J Shed Fleet Street, Fremantle  Please wear clothes that can get a little dirty/ covered in concrete dust or dirt! If you get dirty it will come out in the wash, but just in case.  Included in the ticket price is: - The 2 hour workshop and all…

Costume Hats and Horns

This introductory workshop is perfect for those interested in cosplay, theatre and performance. We'll be experimenting with different materials and techniques to allow you to create your own set of theatrical horns or costume hat. Because of the nature of the course this is only open to participants aged 12 and over. Steampunk, monster, sinister or stylish you'll first design your headwear then get stuck into our workshop to help you create. Staff will be on hand to advise and guide you and you'll have access to a wide range of foams and fabrics to help you get started.

Batik Dyeing

This method of wax-resistant dyeing produces stunning lengths of colourful cloth depicting wonderful illustrations and patterns as varied as the imagination. Because of the nature of the course this is only open to participants aged 12 and over. The lengthy but rewarding process is covered in this workshop allowing everyone to get hands on with dying their own pattern or drawing. We'll look at how to create different effects and experiment with drawing on paper and fabric and each student will take home their very own work of art.

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Workshops and classes

Whether you’re looking to pick up a new skill or feed your creative soul there are always workshops, classes and events happening in Fremantle. Take an evening class at Fremantle Arts Centre or check out the Kidogo Arthouse program. Discover something new and fun to do in Fremantle.