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BSA Art Club: Byron School of Art announces classes for young people.

BSA_7 credit Sarah Gray
Following numerous requests from parents of aspiring young artists, Byron School of Art is very pleased to announce they will be offering weekly after-school classes commencing next term for young people who love art.

Afternoon Art Club invites school-aged artists to the BSA studios in Mullumbimby for creative afternoons, exploring art materials and techniques under the guidance of artist and qualified art teacher, Jacqueline Smith.

“Each week new ideas and processes will be introduced as we develop skills in a range of art forms including drawing, painting, collage, printmaking, sculpture and design,” said Jacqueline. “I like to encourage students to keep a visual diary to explore their own interests as well, it’s wonderful to see their work progress”.

Byron School of Art is offering two after-school classes commencing in October (Term 4); one for 9-12 year olds on Wednesday afternoons 3:45pm to 5:30pm, and another for 12-15 year olds on Thursday afternoons 4:45pm to 6:30pm. All classes will take place in Byron School of Art studios at 112 Dalley St, Mullumbimby. Bookings are essential. For more info visit

BSA Art Club for Young People
9-12 year olds: Wednesdays 3:45pm-5:30pm (11 Oct – 13 Dec)
13-15 year olds: Thursdays 4:45pm-6:30pm (12 Oct – 14 Dec)
Cost: $280 for 10 class course.
Byron School of Art, 112 Dalley St, Mullumbimby.
Bookings essential:, email or phone 0487 362 141.
About Byron School of Art
Byron School of Art is an independent, not-for-profit, contemporary art school based on an international model of Artists teaching Artists in a studio-based learning environment. Courses are run by nationally recognised professional artists, who bring to the school a passion for their practice combined with extensive teaching experience.

Photos Sarah Gray