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Make a Monet!

EARLY BIRD FEES apply for some courses! COURSE DESCRIPTION In just 3 hrs you will have created your own replica Monet masterpiece! Using provided acrylic paints our talented art tutor will guide you to painting an impressionist artwork in the style of Monet’s water lily garden. No prior experience needed. [More]
$57 Limited inc GST
Make a Monet!

<p><p style="font-size: 90%; color: red;"> <strong style > EARLY BIRD FEES </strong style >apply for some courses! </p></p><p><strong>COURSE DESCRIPTION</strong><br/>In just 3 hrs you will have

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Early Bird Fee: ends 2 weeks prior to course start date. Price will then rise to $68!

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Materials fee $30
Please also bring a jar to wash your paints in, a mixing palette, and some rags/cleaning wipes.
If you prefer using a desk easel to paint please bring one (the tutor will have a few spares but there may not be enough for everyone)

If there isn't a class to suit you, please the waiting list.

Wall Art with Acrylic Pouring Medium

EARLY BIRD FEES apply for some courses! COURSE DESCRIPTION Acrylic pouring is a fun, creative way to make a beautiful abstract art painting on canvas. You wil be guided to learn colour theory, mixing methods and step by step hands on workshop to achieve amazing results No experience required. [More]

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

History of Sex in Australia

Saucy but serious with acclaimed storyteller Jo Henwood. Jo will cover the Australian history of marriage, adultery, divorce, prostitution, rape, homosexuality, age of consent, and censorship. [More]

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Philosophy, law and ethics

The philosophy of law is called jurisprudence. Such philosophy asks questions like, why do we imprison criminals? Is our tax system fair? Does law support what is right or what is legal, and is there a difference? What role does civil rights/liberties have in a society? Can, and should, law encourage virtues, why/why not? [Some of the philosophers we will be discussing: Jeremy Bentham, Adam Smith] [More]

This course has no current classes. Please the waiting list.

Philosophy and society

Humans, as social creatures, are drawn to live together, yet philosophers are divided on how to best achieve a functioning society. Some societies appear to be based on utilitarianism, while others hold liberalism dear. Is there a right and a wrong way to live in a society? [Some of the philosophers we will be discussing: John Locke, Immanuel Kant, John Rawls] [More]

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Ten Plagues of Sydney

It’s not been so long since Sydney was a hotbed of disease. From Small Pox to the Bubonic Plague, Sydney’s been hit with it all! The Rocks were even quarantined due to the Black Death! Find out about all the diseases that decimated early Sydneysiders. [More]

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