Join Mr Tim and Ms Nath in a five day explosion of creative joy as they co-create and perform an original musical in only 5 days!
TAC is hosting a bunch of free art activities for families as part of SouthFest: Our Community Day
Explore the elements of acting in this fun term-based course!
Make a Mess, for young people aged 8 – 12 years, aims to get children excited about art!
Make it Matter introduces children to art history as they learn about an artist each week and make their own artistic interpretation.
The Making Time art class for seniors, is an opportunity to make art in a fun and carefree environment.
Tuggeranong Arts Centre in partnership with MARION brings you Pilot Paragraphs
Pop in and chat with the resident artists at Lovett Tower, in the Woden Town Square, between September and December.
TAC’s new painting, drawing and weaving Master Classes commence in the last week of October
Yunggabilli is a First Nations open mic for emerging musicians, and an opportunity to perform in a safe and nurturing environment.
No Place Like Home is a series of affordable, creative workshops which invite Woden and Gungahlin.
Monthly life drawing class on the third Friday of the month from 6-8pm.
Do you identify as a multi-cultural woman? Would you like to be part of a new art group in Woden.
Exploring the wonder of flowers! This course celebrates the science, function and beauty of flowers of all kinds.
A weekly Saturdays art class in Woden, where adults get to experience the Art of Play
This course will cover a range of diverse printmaking techniques with a focus on ways of working that can be achieved quickly and spontaneously, without the need for a lot of fastidious preparation.
Brush Up is the perfect opportunity to explore your own creative ideas and develop your own studio practice or just dust off those paints in the spare room.
Learn the basic principles and processes of natural dying by producing a series of samples exploring the techniques of eco printing, Itajime (folded) and stitched shibori.
Messengers is a non-clinical social support program for vulnerable young people and their families across the A.C.T. The program works…
Explore different approaches to still life in a one day workshop with John Pratt.
The Make Art at TAC program offers a range of term-based and casual art classes for people of all ages.
Sing with Toby is a community choir for adults led by Tobias Cole.
Dance for People with Parkinson’s is designed for adults who want to keep their body and brain active and healthy, regardless of their mobility, skill or age.
Fresh Funk offers 6 classes for the 15 to 18 year old bracket. Participants are sorted into classes on the basis of age, dance experience, and the number of students involved. Class level allocation is determined by the Fresh Funk Director on enrolment.
The Fresh Funk Littlies program provides a range of classes to kids from 18 months to 3 years. These classes promote learning new skills and having fun whilst moving to music.
For adults, Fresh Funk has a separate class. Dance experience is recommended but not necessary. This class does also take part in the performance program
Masters classes are by invitation only, and are offered to tutors and the most experienced dancers as a way to challenge and extend their dance skills
Open Classes offer a new routine and a new choreographic challenge each class. All welcome
Bellyup Bellydance is a family friendly group that shares the joy of belly dance with women of all ages –…
Participants commit to 2 school terms of classes (a semester) and work towards a big end of semester show season.
Fresh Funk is Canberra’s leading hip-hop and contemporary dance program. View class details here.
e Xtreme Stars is a group of young adult dancers with a disability, formed in 2015