When people say art classes, everyone thinks of painting. At Little Bowerbird Studio, we know that creativity comes in many different forms. Some children may be drawn to painting and drawing, whereas other children may prefer dry art and playing with textiles, wood or recycled materials to create different masterpieces.
We set up a textile learning area, and the children really embraced it. All of a sudden we had a number of fashion designers on our hands. They loved draping the manikin in different fabric, creating layers and accessorising with necklaces and broaches.
We like to create a space for children to experiment and create. They usually surprise us and come up with ideas that we would have never thought of!