Gift vouchers are a fabulous present tor those creative people you love.
You can purchase BSA gift vouchers in $100 amounts from $100 - $600. Vouchers are redeemable for 12 months from time of purchase and are delivered digitally for you to gift to the lucky
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Sign up to a plan at BSA and receive special benefits! If you are a loyal and regular attendee, then these plans give you great benefits and privileges.
We have 3 plans to choose from and each offers an escalating rise in course discounts:
to find out details, please follow the link here and join the ever growing BSA Members club!
Learn something new or enliven your practice over summer.
Our Summer Schools run from 8 - 21 January 2024 and there are 13 dynamic workshops to choose from.
To find out more about these workshops please click on the link here - but don't delay as courses fill quickly!
Unite your people with a fun, lively team-building art activity.
We can cater for groups of up to 30 people. Draw, paint or team sculpt in a fun and collaborative team building session, guided by our experienced BSA tutors.
To find out more, follow the link below and we'll get back to you.
To enable less financially fortunate students, our donations system allows for a $10 contribution as part of course booking. If you have a Community Services card, we can assist you with your course fees so please come and talk to us or email to let us know.
Thanks to generous donors, we have assisted students to access our art classes with $11,773 in funds.
We are now offering enticing bulk discounts for 2 tor more courses booked in one term. Discounts are offered for 2 courses (5%), 3 courses (10%) and 4 courses (12%). Bookings can be for any term-time or weekend courses scheduled in a singular term. That means that if you have friends who'd like to enrol in a course at the same time as you, whether it's the same course or another, you'll get progressively better discounts. The more you book, the better the rewards!!
CREATIVE MATTERS PODCAST
Mandy Jakich in conversation with Matthew Browne
In this podcast, Matthew talks to Mandy Jakich at Creative Matters about how he wants to make paintings that have an untroubled aspect to them in response to the crazy cacophony of everyday life, and for people to feel a moment of solace when viewing and experiencing his work. He shares how his work and process shifted from more figurative, externally motivated paintings over the years to abstract and more internally driven expressions.
We discuss his yearning for a sense of balance, order and stillness which comes about in his current paintings through the relationships of colour. He uncovers the mysteries behind his painting titles, why he recoils when people describe his work as hard edged, why form and shape is so important to him in his work and why he loves to paint on linen and sometimes leave it exposed as the first point of reaction, the bouncing off point.
And of course we talk about how and why he founded Browne School of Art.
Recorded on 15/9/23