January Children’s Workshops 2021

The Cr3ative Space is once again hosting children’s art workshops for the last few weeks of the school holidays. There are a number of workshops available for primary and secondary school aged children. Please note bookings close for workshops 36 hours prior to the event.   Watercolour Painting– Thursday 14, 9-10:30am (Grades 4-8) Watercolour painting […]

Creative Living

  I have finally finished reading Elizabeth Gilbert’s “Big Magic.” I had pre-ordered this book before its release in 2015, but have only this week managed to get around to reading it. I have to admit that I didn’t find it earth shattering or particularly enlightening, as I think I have already been experiencing my […]

2018 Vision Board Workshop

It’s hard to believe that January is almost over! The last few weeks have just flown by. Did you make yourself some New Year resolutions as 2018 started?  Have you already broken or given up on them? Do you REALLY want to make that project, business, job, trip, happen without regret? If you ran out of […]

After School Creative Expression Sessions

During term 3, The Cr3ative Space is holding Wednesday afternoon art sessions designed to take student’s art making to the next level, whilst nurturing their individual self-expression and offering structured support, so that everyone can enjoy learning at his or her own pace and experiencing the joy of creating. Over the term, we will be […]

How to Use Art to Help Reduce Stress

Being creative is one of my favourite ways to reduce the stress in my life. I have found that when I am stressed I get irritable and/or depressed, sleep badly, comfort eat and am not a very pleasant person to be around.  Maybe you can relate to some of these, or maybe you “share” your […]

5 Ways We Benefit From Being Creative

Why do people create? There are so many answers to this question, but the underlying theme is that we create because it makes us feel good! Researchers are continuing to study the effects and benefits of creativity.  They are proving what artists have known for centuries, that the pursuit of self-expression is good for our […]