Art classes for kids and adults in Johannesburg


Find art schools in Johannesburg offering art classes, holiday activities or parties. Browse the list below.

Glitter and Glue

Mobile Arts and Crafts for children. Ideal for parties, playdates, school fetes, markets and mo...

Lifestudio

Linksfield

A creative and life coaching studio restoring the importance of self-love as a daily practice a...
From 10 yrs - All ages

Art Studio 32 Flavours

Bedfordview, Germiston; Kensington

Art lessons for kids, teens and adults. Explore creativity through drawing,painting and sculptu...
From 5 yrs - All ages

AnneArtz

Risidale, Randburg

Art Classes, Mosaic and Craft Classes, Holiday workshops, wide range of artwork, mosaic plaques...
From 5 yrs - All ages

Ava Lee Artistry

Fourways, Sandton

Art classes for kids in various mediums.
From 7 yrs - All ages

Digitori Art Classes

Noordwyk, Midrand

Art & craft lessons, in-person and online. Individual or group classes for the whole family.
From 5 yrs - All ages

Bona Bana Art School

Morningside Manor, Sandton

Our art classes give children a platform through which to develop their creativity.
From 4 - 13 yrs old

Art Fundamentals

Blairgowrie, Randburg

Fun and expressive art classes that teach skills, make mess and express creativity!
From 3 - 17 yrs old

Artistry

Greenside, Randburg

Art classes for children in Greenside Johannesburg
From 5 - 18 yrs old

Gumdrops and Gluesticks

Arts and crafts, party entertainment, extra mural arts and craft activities, party ideas , chil...
From 2 yrs - All ages

The Glitter Factory Craftageous

Fourways, Sandton

South Africa's original crafting activity store, studio and craft party venue for the past 10 y...
All ages


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Art classes are popular with children as they help express creativity and enhances brain function by impacting brain wave patterns, emotions, and the nervous system. Art can also raise serotonin levels. The ability to focus on drawing creates muscle memory in the brain which in turn, subconsciously is applied to lesser enjoyed tasks.