The LAA Art Studio is a busy community space offering a range of tutored art classes, social art days, special workshops and events.
The Art Studio provides a bright airy space suitable for up to 20 artists. Portable tables, chairs/stools, floor / table easels and variety of art equipment make the art studio a versatile and comfortable place for wide range of art practice. It has an extensive library for member’s use. As a venue for meetings, it is suitable for 50 theatre-style seats.
The LAA pottery studio is a well-used modern creative space with day and evening tutored classes, plus morning and evening social sessions.
Workshops and children’s classes are organized and held when sufficient numbers are reached.
The pottery studio is well equipped with electric wheels, slab roller, pug mill, a range of other pottery equipment, hand building areas and kitchenette. Our electric and raku kilns which are operated by the Studio Coordinator and other trained and experienced members of LAA are utilized for works completed during classes, social sessions and workshops.
The Pottery Studio can accommodate 10 wheel workers and up to 20 hand builders at any one time. Clay and underglazes are for sale at competitive prices with glazes included in the glaze firing costs.
The LAA Able Gallery is a boutique gallery opened in September 2012 and is available for use by LAA members and the broader arts community.
The air conditioned gallery has 43 m hanging rail, a range of plinths for 3D art and modern lighting. It also has a small kitchenette and a comfortable triangular veranda overlooking natural bushland.
LAA supports approved exhibitions with free advertising in the LAA monthly newsletter, a large email database and other publicity activities. Hiring the gallery is a very economical proposition.
Please contact us to discuss arrangements for use of the Gallery, and current gallery availability