Jamie Larcombe Centre Art Practice
Talented artist and art tutor Kaz Pederson holds inpatient art practice sessions at the Jamie Larcombe Centre where patients can practice and develop art skills and techniques while exploring the healing potential of art.
This program is held on-site on Thursdays and allows inpatients to engage in a variety of art activities, including drawing, paint pouring, and sculpting. This activity is free for all inpatients to engage with to whatever extent they wish to be involved.
The Veterans Art Program
Led by Art Tutor Kaz Pedersen, these weekly sessions are an opportunity for veterans to continue their creative practice and learn new new techniques in a relaxed setting. No experience is needed and new participants are always welcome.
All materials are provided and tea & coffee is available.
The Art Studio, Fullarton Park Community Centre
411 Fullarton Road, Fullerton
Every Monday between 10:30am – 4:00pm
For more information, please click here or call the Creative Health on (08) 7002 0877
MESHA is proud to provide opportunities for Australian military members and emergency service personnel to extend and enhance their creative skills through an annual Arts Scholarship program. The eight scholarships awarded each year enable the recipients to undertake a 10-week short course of their choice (including materials) at the Adelaide Central School of Art, located at Glenside.
Our scholarships aim to support participants in learning new skills or improving current techniques so that they can continue to enhance their wellbeing through their art practice.
Adelaide Central School of Art’s studio-based short courses are designed for participants of all levels – from beginners learning the basics through to practicing artists undertaking professional development or refreshing their skills.
For more information, contact Centre for Creative Health on (08) 7002 0877 or email [email protected]