38 days ago

Book now for Term 3 Art Courses

Megan from MEGANZ School of Visual Arts

MEGANZ School of Visual Arts is back up and running this term after our experience with the lockdown. Our students are returning and we also have a few new students begin without us even advertising, which is cool!
If you or your son or daughter are interested in art, we specialize in drawing, painting, and sculpture and take students from the age of 9 through to adults.
The courses are a mix of tutor and student-initiated projects. Students can work on their own themes and ideas, at their own pace. Also, college-age students can work on artboard work if they choose to.
So take a look at our website (www.vizart.co.nz) and send me a text or call me (Megan) and we can make a time to meet.

Cheers Megan

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