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Get Creative

Getting Creative can mean lots of things for kids.  From drama, to art, to music, song and dance, there are a plethora of places where the kids can learn, have fun and develop in a welcoming and friendly environment

Join an acting class at Tim Bray Theatre Company with weekly drama classes, encouraging self-confidence and focus. It is an enjoyable way for kids to explore their imaginations and harness their creativity. Kids will learn techniques such as voice, characterisation, movement and scene work.
Rata Studios in Wellington give students the space to practice both screen and stage techniques in a fun and supportive environment. The classes have an emphasis on process than that product and therefore we do not put on productions or major performances.
Bay of Plenty Actors Studio offers multitude of classes in Tauranga and Rotorua, with a focus on an introduction to acting, helping our younger actors express themselves using their imagination and team-building exercises. Some classes will also write their own short plays, building their own characters and scenarios.

Get active and creative with North Harbour Gymnastics. With a range of gym ages and abilities, kids can find something that suits them. With Kindy gym, toddler gym, recreational gymnastics, tumbling classes and more.

Realisticus Art Academy is the largest art school in Auckland and specialises in Realistic Art Classes for kids aged 5 to 14. Drawing classes, art shows and more, to teach kids the creativity and design skills they may need.

Artarageous Kids Wellington provides a space for all children to explore at their own pace; use an almost unlimited series of media including paint, clay, printmaking, construction, deconstructing, casting and science. Every time a child walks into an arts workshop or classroom there is the possibility that she or he will have a powerful learning experience.

Creative Matters in Auckland offers after school art classes, holiday art programmes and art parties. The after school art classes offer educational classes that value the entire creative process, allowing opportunities for individuality, creative thinking, exploring, experimenting, reflecting, sharing as well as creating.

Explore, experiment, create and share at The Creative Learning Centre at The Auckland Art Gallery. It is a favourite of many families with its interactive and exciting installations designed especially to help tamariki discover and engage with art.

Join a fantastic class at Capital E in Wellington. Let the kids join in a song and dance class, storytime class or listen to a fairytale. All are hands on experiences that the kids will love.

No matter what your child is  interested in, there is something  to suit everyone in getting creative and learning a new skill!