Kids New Zealand

Arts, Crafts and Languages

Art Point Studio - Making a Difference

[Art Point Studio]

Professional artist Tania Sunde developed Art Point in 2009.

Art Point operates as a private art and craft initiative in Point Chevalier, Auckland. At Art Point, Tania has the creative energy and patience to mentor and encourage each student to explore with their imagination. Tania does this by providing a wide range of art and craft materials for students to choose from, which ensures an memorable experience.

$30 per hour per student

Discount for groups of up to THREE children.


Poppa's Chalk

Poppa's Chalk

Handcrafted in the Taranki our novelty chalk is 100% New Zealand made.

We are a small New Zealand home based business specialized in making and selling Handcrafted Chalk and accessories.

Chalk is loved by all ages, and you don’t need to own a chalk board to enjoy either you can draw anywhere and everywhere from the footpath to the fence and deck (but dont worry does wash off with water).

Our shapes are the perfect size for little hands and make wonderful affordable gifts.

Call or visit our web for ordering.

Young at Art

Young at Art

Children's after school art and craft holiday workshops and after school classes. Ponsonby, Drury and Pukekohe. Suitable for ages 5yrs plus.

Inspire your budding Picasso with Young at Art’s after school art classes and holiday workshops. Explore different art techniques with exciting and vibrant projects using a variety of mediums.

ArtBuzz Art School

ArtBuzz Art School classes are conducted in Harrisons art gallery, classes taken by various local renown artists and Whitecliff Art College tutors. Special private classes can also be arranged. ArtBuzz Art School can also arrange programs for corporates for team building, portrait-painting workshop is one of such programs.

DABBLE-DO and Art-in-a-box for Kids

Dabble-Do Box, Artrium Gallery

Kids love crafts and art projects. Sparking their imagination is an awesome way to get kids enthusiastic about art, learning and exploring new ideas and creativity.

Dabble-Do is a fun, craft-in-a-box that arrives for your child every month. We've designed 3 different version of crafts especially for The Tots ages 3-5, The Juniors ages 6-8, and the Pros ages 9-12. Every month will be different and themed with excitement.

Crafternoon Tea Market

Crafternoon Tea Market

Crafternoon Tea craft market showcases jewellery, homeware, children's clothes, artwork, kitchenware, printed t-shirts and hoodies, cupcakes (yum!), prints, art mounted blocks, photo prints, tea cup bird feeders, bunting, vintage jewellery, upcycled books, bags, handbags, paper goods, softies and much more designed by the locals of Auckland. This the best place for having afternoon tea and buy the crafts from the talented craftsmen. No fee for admission, have something for every one. This craft market is on Trinity Methodist Church, 400 New North Rd, Auckland on Saturdays.

French language courses

Belgian lady but lived in many countries in her life having masters in anthropology with French as second language in her courses in various countries offers French language courses for adults and adolescents for individuals and groups in Auckland. Fee is minimal. Feel free to contact me at

Kids After School Classes Term 1 - 2013

Kids After School Classes Term 1 - 2013

Fee includes all materials used during the lessons and kids get to take the finished project home of course

Classes available on:
Tuesdays 3:30 pm - 5 pm at the Studio at the Historic Village, 17th Avenue West, Tauranga, New Zealand 3110
Wednesday and Friday 3:15 - 4:45 pm at Bethlehem Primary School, 66 Carmichael Road, Tauranga, New-Zealand

Young at Art school
17th Avenue West, Tauranga, New Zealand 3110

170 NZD for the whole course

Image Blocks at barkingmad

Need the perfect present or just something to inspire you, visit for square image blocks, just the thing you need.

Te Kupenga

Te Kupenga

New Plymouth’s foreshore walkway is all dust and artistic action as 25 sculptors from Aotearoa and overseas transform local Taranaki andesite boulders (considered the best in the country) into works of art. The symposium highlight is an on-site auction of finished works. Daily progress on the sculptures is photographed and posted on the website, allowing potential buyers (and absentee bidders) to follow the unfolding artworks.

For buying Sculptures visit Te Kupenga website.