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Workshops for Kids and Young People

Creating for Well-being


After sold-out School Holiday Program sessions and rave reviews from kids and parents, artist and teacher Zoe Keystone is back by popular demand 

After a long year where we have felt many emotions and overcome many challenges, it’s time to get mindful and creative as we learn how to express ourselves. Zoe Keystone leads a series of powerful lessons on respecting our feelings by creating art. These inclusive lessons are tailored to each age group and delivered to small class sizes so that each child gets time to interact and learn with the teacher. Materials will be supplies easily found around the house OR you also have the option of purchasing a special take home craft kit so your child can learn, play and create all from the comfort and safety of your own home. Each child will create stunning and unique pieces of art—we guarantee you will be astounded by what your young artist can create with Ms Keystone’s guidance.  

Central to Zoe’s teaching practice, is enabling a sense of fulfilment and pride in each child. Being a highly experienced and qualified art teacher, Zoe is able to make each lesson achievable and fun for her students.  

Above all this class teaches mindfulness practices through art and guides kids on how to identify and process different emotions through artistic expression. 

Mondays, 26 October – 16 November
6-9 year olds: 4pm–5pm
9-12 year olds: 5.15pm–6.15pm

WHERE: Online via Zoom
$60 (4 sessions)
MATERIALS: Students will need to source their own materials. See list of required materials here.

Please be mindful of the age group when booking as each age group will receive a different Zoom session link.

For 6-9 year olds, click here to enrol now.
For 9-12 year olds, click here to enrol now.

FCAC is seriously invested in supporting our community during this difficult time which is why all workshop fees have been heavily reduced for online delivery.

Important information for workshop attendees:

  • You will receive an email with workshop information including a basic materials list and the link to our Zoom session, 1 week ahead of the class date. If required, all materials will be basic stationary/supermarket items and materials commonly found around the house.
  • You will also need access to a computer device or tablet with internet connection and ‘https://zoom.us/’ downloaded (free), prior to the session.
  • FCAC has a strong commitment to child safety. We will send out a code of conduct one week prior to the session and you can find out more in our terms and conditions.
  • If you have more than one child in the same session, only the registered participant can interact with the facilitators. If you have more than two children using the same device, we strongly encourage you to register with a separate device so as to maintain quality delivery.

View our terms and conditions here.

About the Teaching Artist


Zoe Keystone is a Melbourne based artist and art teacher. Currently teaching art at Ripponlea Primary School, she has taught art at high school level both locally and internationally for eleven years. Zoe recently completed a Masters of Arts (Arts Management) at RMIT University. Zoe’s teaching pedagogy and practice is motivated by her love and enthusiasm for visual arts. She is determined to ensure all students discover an individual creative and artistic practice. Her lessons are engaging and exciting, which encourages students to develop a love for the visual arts. In addition to teaching, Zoe has a unique skills set which combines experience in festival volunteering, art gallery internships, artist management and writing.

Presented as part of FCAC’s Creative Workshops Program

1- Image courtesy of Zoe Keystone. 

Date & Times

Mondays, 26 October – 16 November


Online via Zoom


$60 (4 sessions)

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