Nau mai haere mai ki tō tātou Taupini Mahi Toi.
“Ma te huruhuru, ka rere te manu”
Welcome to our studio – a space for everyone.
“Adorn the bird with feathers so it can fly.”
This is where manuhiri (guests) are free to create without judgement. Every mark you make has worth, even if you don't think so at the time - so you are invited to wave goodbye to self doubt or misgivings about your own creativity. Everyone is welcome – adults, teens, children, experienced artists or those who have never drawn or painted before. Be inspired when you come and share our community art space.
This is a place to learn and grow. Visitors, guest artists and educators are encouraged to blossom and stretch those creative wings after leaving.
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If you or someone you care for has special needs, let us know how we can help you to feel welcome.
How else can you use this space?
The Studio is availbale to hire at community rates. You can book the studio:
Call or email to book or have our Art Educator contact you if you'd like to know more & discuss your ideas.
Click here for more information about hiring the studio.
Northart welcomes visits from schools, we offer an Art Education programme which can be tailored to your school's needs and learning outcomes. We have an Art Education expert on site to assist with any workshop requirements.
Contact us here for more information or to organise a school visit to Northart.
Our free activity sheets are designed to encourage an appreciation and understanding of art in children.
Each activity includes an introduction to an artist’s work or an artistic style along with step by step instructions for parents to guide their child through a creative activity thoughtfully prepared by our Northart educators.
These activities are suitable for a range of ages under parent supervision using simple art supplies from home.
We hope that you enjoy this complimentary art education activity and look forward to seeing your creations!
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