Spring School Holiday Workshops


Our School holiday creative teachers are all passionate about art and love working with children. Each teacher at The Art Studio is a skilled artist with experience teaching art and have working with children certificate NSW. Meet our creative team:

     Atisa Tansiri

Passionate about both art and art facilitation, Atisa is a new teacher and talented artist at The Art Studio. She believes Art is a way of expression and communication that contributes to a childrens well-being. Predominantly a drawer, painter and fashion designer, Atisa teaches our weekly program as well as school holiday workshops.  Atisa completed her Bachelor of Arts/Fine art Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, Diploma of Fashion design and Diploma of Leadership and management (Times Academy, Sydney)

       Aimee da Roza 

Aimee da Roza is passionate about sharing the joy of creative expression in a playful and positive way. With a firm belief that everyone is capable of creating, she encourages others to find their individual expression. Aimee has many creative outlets from painting, performance, music and dance and is excited to share what she has learnt through her own creative process with others. Aimee has a Bachelor or Visual Arts from Sydney College of the Arts and plenty of experience teaching primary and high school ages plus running creative arts programs for people with disabilities. 

     Shallal Bader

Shallal is passionate about fine arts, drawing and painting. Before joining the Art Studio Shallal worked as an art therapist for kids. She is currently working as an educator for after school care in public and private schools. Shallal holds a bachelor degree in Intercultural Communication from the University of Milan and an Art Therapy Diploma from the Niguarda Hospital (Milan, Italy)”

Book a full creative day from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm including 2 art workshops 


Additional information


Mon 30/9/19, Tue 1/10/19, Wed 2/10/19, Thu 3/10/19, Fri 4/10/19, Tue 8/10/19, Wed 9/10/19, Thu 10/10/19, Fri 11/10/19