The Studio Workshop Program offers a variety of courses which are delivered by specialist tutors and professional artists in a friendly and engaging studio environment. Artistic development is encouraged through all courses and students are encouraged to display their work in Pine Street’s annual Student’s Exhibition in December. Courses on offer are across a range of mediums, including but not limited to, ceramics, printmaking, silver jewellery, drawing, painting, street art and digital art. See the full term program below for all course details.
ADULTS TERM BOOKINGS
Each booking day, we collate applications as they come in, on a first received basis. We will notify you of your booking status as soon as reasonably possible. Please do not call the Centre to check, as our staff will not be able to confirm your booking until all forms have been collated.
Due to the popularity of our courses, there is a limit of one class per medium, per person on our adults program.
Once you have received notification that you have secured a place, you then need to submit a completed Credit Card Authorisation Form.
If you do not have a credit card, you can come to the office and pay by cash or EFTPOS, or post a cheque (made out to City of Sydney, posted to GPO Box 1591, Sydney, 2000).
Term 3: 14 July – 13 September 2014
Complete and save the enrolment form and email it to us as an attachment.
Go to Youth and Children’s pages for their programs and enrolment forms
Remaining 2014 Adults Term Dates
Term 4: 7 October – 8 December
TERM 4 BOOKING DAY: Thursday 7 August from 10am sharp
Term 4 program will be posted on this site closer to booking day. Program will be identical to Term 3, apart from some price increases post-new financial year.
The Centre operates out of two locations - workshops are held in the main premises at 64 Pine Street, Chippendale and also in the Harry Burland Activity Centre on the corner of Shepherd and Ivy Streets in Darlington. Dedicated, fully equipped studio spaces at the Pine Street facility include:
ceramics studio with ten potters wheels, two large kilns, and a clay recycling room
printmaking studio with three print presses and an exposing unit
silver jewellery studio with a polishing machine, soldering area and a drilling table
All of these studios have customised exhaust and ventilation systems designed to make the spaces as safe as possible from fumes and dust.
At the Darlington facility there are:
a large open plan painting and drawing studio
a state of the art digital Mac studio, with with the latest hardware and software