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Canning Arts Group

Canning Arts Group is a not-for-profit self funded community based organisation that has been serving the community for 40 years, by providing art classes to adults and children in the Perth area.

The Canning Arts Group is a great place to have fun, learn some great skills in pottery (wheel and hand work), painting (all mediums), framing and crafts.

Giftware and artwork are continually displayed for sale in our gallery, which is open to the public Monday to Friday 9.30am - 2.30pm.

Art Classes and Workshops are offered to members and the general public including adults, children and people with disabilities and special needs.

Address: 72 Riley Road (Cnr High Rd), Riverton WA 6148

Phone: 08 9457 9600

Email: office@canningartswa.org.au

Web: www.canningartswa.org.au

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