The Hub is a positive space for anyone to make art and explore their creative side. Get hands on during drop-in or join in weekly art lessons and heaps of other programs & activities throughout the year.
Programs & activities
There are always art workshops, classes and programs happening at the Hub.
During drop-in you can use the art supplies at the dining booths, including watercolour paints, markers, pencils and paper.
We’ve run all kinds of art programs including sculpture, drawing, painting, photography, street art, digital art, wearable art, jewellery making, leather-work and heaps more.
You can keep up to date by checking out our Events page, our Facebook page or checking out posters at the Hub and around town.
Weekly art sessions run during school terms in the Art Lounge – come share ideas with other artists, learn new techniques and create your own individual works.
At the relaxed weekly sessions you will learn to make all kinds of art including painting, sketching, drawing, photography, sculpture, mixed media and much more.
In Term One 2019, sessions run 3.30 pm – 5.00 pm on Thursdays for kids aged 8 – 12 years. They cost $10.00 per session, which includes instruction and all materials.
Keep an eye on our Events and Facebook pages for new and upcoming art sessions and workshops.
The Art Lounge
The Art Lounge is a creative space that can support a wide range of art activities and workshops.
It has a funky chill out lounge area with comfy couch chairs and have a cuppa. It’s a fun and casual space to hang out and create in!
It’s fully equipped with every kind of art supply you can imagine
Paper & cardboard
Workshops & programs
Support the program
The Art Lounge was created with donations of time & materials from community organisations, volunteers and artists.
Local initiative Camp Creative has been a key supporter since 2013.
“We’ve had amazing support – the potential for the Art Lounge is fantastic.
Art programs are tremendous value for our community – there is just so much benefit in bringing our young people, adults and mentors together around activities involving creativity, skills and fun.”
Dean Besley, Hub Co-ordinator
Want to support the Hub Art Program?
Talk to our team about making a financial contribution to support upcoming art workshops and programs. Funds are also always needed maintain art supplies in the Lounge.
We are also open to in-kind donations of quality art materials.