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Welcome to Inverlochy Art School


Inverlochy Art School offers a broad range of high quality art classes and workshops, taught by a community of enthusiastic and talented practicing artists all year round. We are located within central Te Aro, Te Whanganui-a-Tara, Wellington.

Here at Inverlochy Art School, we believe in art for arts sake, and allow our students to find freedom in creative exploration. Whether it’s throughout the morning, on the weekend, after school for children, or at night for working professionals, our course schedule covers all bases.

2021 TERM DATES:

Term Start Finish
Term 3 Monday 2 Aug Friday 24 Sept
Holiday Programme Monday 4 Oct Friday 15 Oct
Term 4 Tuesday 26 Oct Monday 20 Dec

 

Following the 06/09/21 announcement from the government that Pōneke will be moving to COVID-19 Alert Level 2, Inverlochy Art School will reopen its doors on the 8th of September.

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of Inverlochy Art School's community, all visitors must sign in using either the COVID-19 app on the front door or the manual sign in register on the podium in the foyer. In addition, we ask that all students create their masterpieces one metre apart and wash and sanitize their hands regularly.

Inverlochy Art School 3 Inverlochy Place
Te Aro
Wellington
Wellington
6011
New Zealand
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Creative Zines with Randy Wolf (Mondays 6-8pm) T4.21

Join Randy by delving in to one of the most accessible art forms.  Create your own self published and easily replicated zine.  If it can be put onto paper, it can be a zine.

  • In this class we will be touching a variety of creative techniques - including collage, found poetry and book binding.
  • The main focus will be working on personal projects.
  • All materials provided but feel free to bring any paper craft supplies, photos, books and magazines that you would like to use.

pronounced "zeen"

What is a zine?

A zine, pronounced zeen,  is a self-published, non-commercial print-work that is typically produced in small, limited batches.  Zines are created and bound in many DIY ways, but traditionally editions are easily reproduced—often by crafting an original “master flat,” and then photocopying, folding, and stapling the pages into simple pamphlets.  Zines may also be sewn, taped, glued—or even exist in unbound and other non-folio formats. 

People who create zines [“zinesters”] are likely to be more motivated by self-expression and artistic passion than they are by profit: zines are usually inexpensive and sometimes distributed for free or in trade for other zines, goods, and services. 

When: Mondays, 1 November - 20 Dec (8 weeks) 6-8pm
Programme: Spring - Term 4 (October - December),
Subject: Drawing, Illustration,
Audience: Teenagers, Adults,
Tutor: Randy Wolf,
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Spaces left: 10
Fee: NZ $205.00
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Casual Classes

CASUAL LIFE DRAWING WITH DENISE DURKIN
Every week on Tuesdays,  10AM - 1PM

 
LONG POSE LIFE DRAWING WITH DENISE DURKIN
Next class Saturday 20 November, 10AM - 4PM

Featured Courses
  • Expressive Painting with Cecilia Denen – Intermediate Level (Wednesdays 5:30-8:00) T4.21

  • Watercolour Landforms with Charlotte Hird(Saturday x2, 30 Oct & 6 Nov 10-5pm)T4.21

  • Alternative Photography Processes- Sunday workshop(31 October 2021)

  • Seniors Classic Canvas with Sue Quigley Friday 5 November 2021

Contact Us

Inverlochy Art School
3 Inverlochy Place
Te Aro, Wellington 6011
Phone 04 939 2177
Email [email protected]

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