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WELCOME TO BRISBANE INSTITUTE OF ART



The Spring Workshops for 2015 are now open for enrolment.  There are day and evening classes, 9 week courses beginning in the first week of October and week-end workshops on every week-end in October. The 18 week semester 2 classes are now closed. Sign up below for email alerts and we will send you an email as soon as Semester 1 2016 is online!
We offer classes for all abilities in wonderful studios with ample parking, minutes from the CBD. We have a great choice of courses including Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics, Web design, Jewellery and Children’s Art, all of which are taught by expert tutors, specialist in their respective fields. Art classes at BiA are a relaxing way to explore your creativity. They are structured and instructive, but enjoyable and energizing at the same time. A wide range of subjects and skill levels are available. Numbers in classes are kept to a maximum of 12 so that the tutor has plenty of time to speak to each student individually, as well as teaching the group as a whole. There is a great sense of community at BiA so many students continue with their classes term after term, sometimes in the same class sometimes progressing in skill level or changing subject. Everyone is welcome. 
 

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VISIT US ANYTIME, MONDAY TO FRIDAY, 9AM TO 4PM

BIA studios and Metcalfe Gallery are located in suburban parkland, seven minutes drive north of the city. There is ample parking and regular public transport by bus and train.

 

Brisbane Institute of Art, 41 Grafton Street, WINDSOR Ph. (07) 3857 5377

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METCALFE GALLERY

 

 

 

Growth

David Nixon 

 

The primary focus "Growth" is a culmination of lithographs created with the master lithographer Satoru Itazu at his studio in Chofu, Tokyo.
I am grateful for Arts Queensland for funding this exhibition


 



 

 

 

 

 

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