Should children’s art classes continue at Mundubbera?
NOT only are art classes a fun way to connect with other people, but they can teach children creativity, confidence and problem solving skills.
Mundubbera’s Sue Lederhose wants to ensure children in her town continue reap the benefits of having art in their lives and she needs the community’s help to measure interest in proposed art classes for 2019.
“I am currently applying for RADF funding so that children’s art classes in Mundubbera can be continued this year at a minimum cost to parents,” she said.
“At this time what I’m trying to do is just determine the number of children who would be interested in art classes in Mundubbera.”
Ms Lederhose hopes to hold age appropriate art and craft classes with three separate age groups – Prep to Year 3, Year 3 to 6, and high school.
“Part of the funding is to find out how much interest in the local community there is in pursuing your child’s creative ability,” she said.
“I need to know whether there could be two classes, or three classes.”
Parents of children interested in art classes can let Sue know via her Facebook page Sue Lederhose- Australian Artist or by emailing her at leder[email protected]