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Paper Mache Pizza and Gelati - Ages 4-10 yrs Malvern Studio



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Parents Please Note: Please register your children's name (and not your own) so that we can identify the booking on the day.

The holiday workshops are drop off-classes so parents are not required to stay.

Please refrain from bringing nut products to the studio.

Smocks are also provided. However, please dress your child in appropriate clothes as they may still get messy.

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Class Schedule

What you will learn
  • Be Creative
  • To use their imagination
What you will get
  • You will love making these brilliant paper mache creations that will look good enough to eat

What to bring
  • Byo nut free snacks
What to wear

Art and craft-appropriate clothes as it may get a little messy. Smocks are already provided.


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The Art Factory

Vendor sincce 2012

The Art Factory is a vibrant art studio that facilitates art programs and creative events in our 3 studios across Melbourne, or on location. From kid's parties and school holiday programs to corporate workshops, be inspired by our fantastic instructors and endless supply of creative ideas and discover your inner artist.

Emma Light, Victorian College of the Art Graduate and Artist, established The Art Factory in 1999 out of a passion for art and a joy for nurturing creativity.  Amy Samovitz, Manager, is an early childhood professional who believes in the enormous benefits of creative expression and exploration.

Together they have expanded The Art Factory to offer a range of inspirational art programs in three studios across Melbourne. The Art Factory goes beyond the studio as well, setting up art activities at all sorts of events and functions that need a big burst of creativity!

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Isabelle

16 July 2017 • Paper Mache Pizza and Gelati - Ages 4-10 yrs Malvern...

My 4yo daughter loved it. The teachers are so creative and it keeps the kids captivated for the full 2.5hrs. We do a couple of classes every holiday. Never been the same. Thanks, Cathy