The best place to keep busy during the school holidays is at The Art Factory!!!
Summer School Holiday Timetable
Click here for a printable timetable of the Summer Holiday Program for December.
Click here for a printable timetable of the Summer Holiday Program for January.
Optional: BYO lunch and stay for the morning session and the afternoon session.
All workshops go for 2.5 hours.
School holiday time is when The Art Factory buzzes with excitement and creativity. Each holiday period we offer a dynamic program of art and craft workshops to inspire kids from 4 – 14 years of age. Choose the workshops that take your fancy and create masterpieces such as stunning mosaics, fabulous canvas collages and lots of other groovy craft ideas. All our workshops are facilitated by confident and talented artists who are dedicated to ensuring your child has an enjoyable and satisfying creative experience. Each program we offer new and original ideas and every artist takes home a stylish creation to be proud of! Have a look at the amazing artworks made during the school holidays in our School Holiday Photo Gallery.
- Sessions times are 10am-12.30 or 1.30-4pm
- Book in for a single 1/2 day workshop, or for as many workshops as you like!
- If you book in for 2 sessions on one day, kids can BYO lunch and stay 10-4pm. Between 12.30pm-1.30 kids are fully supervised as they have their lunch
- The holiday workshops are drop off-classes, parents are not required to stay
- Byo nut free snacks for all workshops
Holiday Program Vouchers make fantastic gifts. So if you know someone who would love to come to The Art Factory, delight them with a voucher to choose the workshop they want to come to! Call our office to order your gift voucher now. “The Art Factory is always my daughter’s number one choice during the school holidays. She can’t get enough of the brilliant activities on offer and is slowly filling her room with colourful masterpieces she has been creating at The Art Factory since she was 4! I love that the staff always make her feel special and as a result she is so proud of what she makes.” – Joyce, mum of Amelia