Little Art Big Art ignites imagination, exploration and creativity!
We specialise in fun, colourful and creative art classes, parties, events and much more for little to big artists.
Each class or event is planned by highly qualified educator and professional artist Rachael Morris.
Join a class at our Inner West Melbourne based studio, online or ask us to come to you.
We also sell quality art supplies for little to big artists! Shop online or in our studio.
IMAGINE CREATE CELEBRATE
We offer a range of ONLINE & STUDIO weekly classes for all ages! 1-5 years, 5-12 years, 12-18 years and adults.
We host a range of studio and mobile parties for all ages 1 years - adults. We also offer Venue Hire for Events or Workshops.
Our Holiday Programs catered all ages from 1 years of age through to adults! January Holiday Bookings are open now!
We stock a large range of art supplies and hand made gifts. Shop in store today. Visit our Facebook/Instagram page for art packs now!
We offer Art & Wellbeing training, Incursions & Excursions; Artists in Residence Programs; Conference Presentations & more
We love show casing other creative folk. If you have a skill you would like to teach, then we have the perfect studio space to teach it in!
Join us on our website and YouTube where you can find different art projects to do. Our team will guide you with step by step instructions to help you with your creating.
I'm Rachael, the founder and teacher behind Little Art Big Art. I am an art lover, art creator, an experienced teacher, an educational consultant, and caring mum who just can’t get enough of creating.
My art philosophy is simple…
Art is about being a free, creative soul.
That’s what I do when I create and that’s what I encourage my own children and students to do – IMAGINE, CREATE, CELEBRATE!
At Little Art Big Art we aim to enhance
IMAGINATION & CREATIVITY
To promote each person's love for art and unique expression, Little Art Big Art believes it is important to:
Encourage artistic freedom and independence in order for each artist to make their own creative choices.
Encourage artists to work at their own pace.
Understand the importance of process rather than the finished artwork.
Explore the big wide world of art, art materials and art techniques.