New day art classes at MAC!

We have been asked for a long time now, when will we be holding art classes during the day?! Well, we are excited to announce we will be running two...

We are looking to bring our artistic community closer and create a communal art studio with individual storage, and an exclusive mentor program. From 2017, our additional space will have both...

Ivana’s inspiring experience during our Summer School Ivana was one of a few students who undertook the challenge of completing both our Painting and Drawing Masterclasses in-between Christmas and New...

Jennifer Whitten – American hyperrealist painter

We had the opportunity of having Jennifer Whiten, an American hyperrealist painter living and working in Melbourne, present for us at our Enderby Studio Art Program class. Jennifer completed a Bachelor of Fine...

Lily at work in the Young Artist Program

Lily who is 10, with her drip painting.

David Palliser moves to Block Projects

ESAP guest artist David Palliser has moved to Block Projects gallery in Richmond.

Children and art

The following is an excerpt from an e-mail I sent earlier today which may be of help in understanding what I am trying to do in the Young Artist Program....

Why do we make art and does art really matter? Kevin Brennan, our guest speaker this Tuesday the 5th and Friday the 15th, will be exploring these questions. Kevin has...

Jesse Dayan Life Drawing short course

Due to Jesse having been invited to present at a symposium of the Royal College of Arts, the previously scheduled Melbourne Art Class short course in Life Drawing is now...

Managing a Creative Project

Often, working creatively is seen as a completely intuitive, whimsical and spontaneous process. Nobody that I know, who is producing consistently, works in this way. While intuition and spontaneity do...

Managing your creativity

It can be difficult to do creative work when you have limited time and have to maintain other responsibilities such as study, work and family. So how can you achieve...