Here at Lake House Arts, we have some talented people who hire our studios to teach their own classes. Check out their offerings below - please click on them for further information. Please remember these classes cannot be booked via the Lake House Arts booking system, so please see all contact details below for booking information.
Learn about different types of wood and their qualities, Maori patterns, carving tools and how to carve a beautiful wooden panel by a Master Carver. Wood panels inclusive of course fee. Sundays commencing 22nd October - Fee $380 12pm-3pm To book please deposit fee via online payment 12-361800295 03 Email Natanahira with your name and contact details email@example.com
Korean traditional patchwork: Lotus tea coaster making A jogakbo(Korean traditional patchwork) is a style of patchwork, traditionally used to create domestic wrapping cloths from scraps of left-over fabrics. The art of wrapping cloths has enjoyed a long history in Korea. In this activity, you’ll learn how to make a no-sew lotus coaster with special fabric that you give a gift for a special person in your life. Korean traditional patchwork is easy to make with a needle, thread, and cloth but the result is quite luxurious. So, you can enjoy the Korean patchwork making and learn Korean unique traditional cultures and new skills. Tuesday 22 November 2022 10.30am – 13.00pm $50 (Include materials) Information and booking please contact Chloe on tazan firstname.lastname@example.org
Minhwa (Korean folk painting) Minhwa is roughly drawn, it expresses the philosophy of art of the Koreans: bold strokes, vivid colours, and unconventional layouts, combined with wit, humour, and an optimistic spirit. This relaxed class explores Korean traditional painting and Asian painting techniques which use Korean pigment, traditional paper (Hanji), silk, and Korean traditional brushes. It will get exciting with new style of painting and Korean culture during the class. We welcome beginners and intermediate painters. Information and booking: please contact Chloe on email@example.com
The VR Club is the premier virtual reality arcade in Takapuna. Designed for social multiplayer and immersive solo experiences for all ages, with a focus on having the best and biggest game library available in New Zealand, coupled with the best service and friendly knowledgeable support. We offer state-of-the-art and fully licensed virtual reality games in a bright and welcoming premises at Lake House Arts Centre. Come and join us here in the future. Available for casual bookings, private birthday hire, corporate events and team-building, and off-site corporate hire. Enquire 027 257 2577 or firstname.lastname@example.org or book online via www.vrclub.co.nz
Travel sketching is that quick impression sketched in minutes where we teach how to "see" your subject. Tony McNeight will tutor you through an 8 week programme of foundation skills to take you from first steps, to being a confident and passionate sketcher. Our weekly classes will guide you in a relaxed, fun way to find your creative side. Call Tony today on 021 925 031 or email email@example.com
Lib Steward in an artist and teacher. She teaches all media including mixed media and encourages students to work in their own direction once they are knowledgeable with the basics of creating art. Lib teaches individually within a group of students. Her groups are encouraged to interact, share ideas and learn from one another under her guidance. Wednesdays and Fridays, 9.30am - 12.30pm. Please contact Lib on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and booking.