Youth Programs

Tutti Arts School Holiday Program

Monday 9 January – Wednesday 11 January 2017
9:00 am – 3:00 pm

A multi-arts based school holiday program for children with disability and their siblings aged 6 – 17.

Cost: $100 per day
Location: Tutti Arts – Galway House
on Minda Campus, King George Avenue, Brighton

Each child will participate in both a music and visual arts half day workshop per day.

Music and movement with Rachel Cearns:

Rachel Cearns is a professional musician, songwriter and producer from South Australia with diverse tutoring, mentoring and performing experience. Rachel was a much loved tutor for the Tutti Kids and Youth program and is back in town for a quick break from travelling and performing music around the world.

During the school holiday program we will cover “exploring our voices,” “songwriting,” “exploring rhythm through live looping and movement” and of course have HEAPS OF FUN!!!

Visual Arts with Ellen Schlobohm

Ellen is a South Australian paper artist well known for her intricate papercuttings. Drawn to paper as a medium for its simplicity and delicate nature, Ellen loves to watch this humble material come alive. Currently, Ellen is a supporting arts worker in the Tutti Visual Arts weekly program.

Monday 9 January – Mysterious Masks

In this workshop participants will make paper animal masks using templates provided. Participants will be shown how to make each component of the mask and be encouraged to be creative with their design – looking at colour choice, shape and composition.

Tuesday 10 January – Kite Making

In this workshop participants will be able to design, paint, decorate and build their own kite. What better time to have a kite than in the middle of summer at Brighton!

Wednesday 11 January – Clay Designs
This workshop will see participants using the medium of clay to play with shape, texture and patterning. Everyone will design their own character or pot using hands, fingers and basic clay etching tools.

-All sessions will be modified to suit the age and ability of participants-

Please note that this program will be running on a ratio of 1 artist to 4 children. If your child needs further support you are welcome to have a support person attend with your child (at own cost).

Only 10 places available per day – get in quick!

For more information or to book your place contact:
Jillian Arthur
E:     Ph: Tutti Arts on (08) 8422 6511
Bookings must be made by 19 December 2016 due to Tutti office closure over Christmas.

TKY- Tutti Kids and Youth Program


Have fun exploring, discovering and making art. Gain the skills and confidence necessary to shine as an individual.
Since 2007 Tutti has run after school music and movement workshops for children and young people with disability using singing, song-writing and movement to enhance the skills and creative growth of every child.

The program is popular with children and parents alike and once a year there is a showcase featuring the work of all groups.

The deep value of TKY is that while it appears to offer a recreational activity for children and young people with disability it offers a creative approach to developing and improving the ability to learn through :

• developing focus and capacity to maintain attention
• anxiety management
• emotional control

All TKY groups are small, so that participants have the opportunity to feel heard and interact easily with the leader and each other.
One hour sessions are held weekly out of school hours during term time.

This program is registered with NDIA and also receives financial support from DCSI.

Our current sessions are:

Day Time Age Range Venue
Tuesday 4:30 – 5:30 pm 15+ Tutti Arts, Brighton
Saturday 9:30 – 10:30 am 5 – 9 years Tutti Arts, Brighton
Saturday 10:45 – 11:45 am 10+ Tutti Arts, Brighton

For more information on the program including costs and funding options, please call Tutti on 08 8422 6511 or email