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Adult Art Classes | Art for Parents and Caregivers Term 1 with free creche

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Published 05 December 2023, updated 19 February 2024

Join us for term 1 of Art for Parents and Caregivers at BRAG!

These fun, creative and educational art classes are aimed at Parents and Caregivers for children under the age of 5. Leave your children with our qualified creche attendant while you participate in an art class and learn new skills with other caregivers in your community.

Term 1 2024 will focus on develeping a body of work in response to a self-led theme and research project with watercolour portraitist, Sheree Dohnt. No prior skills or experience is required.

When: Fridays 11:00am - 1:00pm

Term 1: 2 February - 22 March (8 weeks)

Cost: $250 plus fees, or double passes are available for $70

Creche is free, but spaces are limited to 9 children. Bookings are essential. Book creche by calling the front desk on 08 9792 7323. Bookings are due each Thursday by 4pm. You may bring your children to art class.

Where: Studio 2, Bunbury Regional Art Gallery | 64 Wittenoom St, Bunbury.

All materials are included.

Please note: Places are limited to 12 participants only and are expected to fill quickly.

Payment for the 8-class pass can be made here on Eventbrite, or you can secure a doubler pass for $70 + booking fees.

For further information please contact BRAG on (08) 9791 7323 or

To secure your booking for creche, please enroll by Thursday 4pm every week by calling the front desk.

About the Tutor

Sheree Dohnt (b. 1990), is an emerging artist residing in Dalyellup, Western Australia. Originally from Wollongong New South Wales, Dohnt graduated from the University of Wollongong with a Bachelor of Creative Arts (Visual Arts). Through painting and drawing, predominantly in watercolour, the artist explores themes of identity and parenthood. Dohnt explores the possibilities of portraiture with a process driven art practice, and as a negotiation between artist, subject, medium and viewer.

In 2023, Dohnt has been a finalist in national and statewide Art prizes, such as the City of Rockingham Art Prize, The Collie Art Prize, and the Harvey Art Prize, where her artwork ‘The Empty Nest won ‘Best Themed Piece’.

Dohnt is a member of the Watercolour Society of Western Australia as well as the organizer of a monthly art event, Bunbury Portrait Club.