The National Art School’s Future Makers Programs provide young people aged 6–16 with opportunities to engage with artists, art-making 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.
- Mini-Makers offers students aged 6–8 an opportunity to start their art-making journey using a variety of different art-making 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 art-making through in-depth conceptual and technical study.