“My daughter has been coming to Artspark for many years – as a preschooler, for holiday workshops and now she attends an afterschool class. Last year this was art and she loved all the wonderfully creative pieces that she worked on – as did we when she bought them home. In fact many made it into frames for the wall or onto the mantelpiece! This year she’s trying Artspark’s afterschool sewing class and is so excited about learning a brilliant new skill.”
“SO MUCH FUN!!! Kids parties are stressful… especially during the current, ever changing conditions. I cannot thank Artspark and ChiChi enough for making the entire experience from enquiry, to booking, to the party itself so easy and so much fun! The birthday boy felt so special and all of the kids had a blast! We will be back!”
“What a gem! Artspark hosted my kindergartener over the summer holiday program and she is still asking when she gets to go back. The projects she did were thoughtful, challenging but manageable, and are art pieces I love having in the house. My daughter loved her instructor, the garden, and the chickens as well. We will be return customers for a long time to come.”
“My daughters have attended Artspark birthday parties, holiday workshops and after school care for several years now. They love the creative space, the wonderful teachers and the opportunity to imagine. The garden is a fantastic place to learn about sustainable living – and there are chickens!”
“My daughter has been attending ArtSpark after school for a few years now and it’s her favourite activity of the week. The place itself has a special kind of magic, a warm creative atmosphere with a beautiful garden complete with chickens. The supportive and encouraging staff teach in such a way that fosters curiosity whilst learning art, sewing and environmental concerns, as well as the social skills of working in a group environment.
The children learn a little independence and responsibility along with creative skills as they work on projects over the weeks, teaching not only a wide variety of techniques but also some patience and how to commit to a project. We are so glad to have found such a wonderful place nestled amongst our community.”
“It’s a fun and upbeat environment with lots of creativity in the air.
They have chickens and guinea pigs in their garden, have a big heart and are always willing to welcome new artists and seamstresses as students.”