The National Art School’s Future Makers Programs provide young people aged 6–16 with opportunities to engage with artists, artmaking and other forms of creative production on site at NAS. Structured workshops, drop-in activities, performances in theatre and music, and art trails will underpin the format of each day during the school holiday periods across the year.
Our Mini-Makers program offers students aged 6–8 an opportunity to start their artmaking journey using a variety of different artmaking materials and techniques.
Art Adventurers presents workshops for students aged 9–12 to build on their ideas and understanding of the art world.
Young Creatives workshops enable students aged 13–16 to extend and challenge their knowledge, skills and understanding of artmaking through in-depth conceptual and technical study.