Children Playing Bongo Drums

Transition Programs

Specially designed transition programs using creative arts to support Preschool, Primary School and High School students to transition from one learning environment to another.


We also have transition programs for new parents, people wanting to work for themselves and people wanting to transition into independence.

We are currently delivering programs in pre-schools and schools as a Communities for Children Partner.


Support Programs

Connect with a support worker who meets your needs both in personality and creative interests.


Our support workers are all teaching artists and professionals who have access to a wide range of resources including other Kind Art Ed programs.

At the heart of Kind Art Ed is the love of community and the desire to create opportunities.


Using a kind and creative approach Kind Art Ed aims to reduce barriers, build capacity and support community growth within a safe environment.




Capacity Building Projects

Dare to step off the treadmill and onto a path towards reaching some of your goals. Age and Ability will not limit you here, as we have the team and resources to support you on your journey.

We create projects that are specifically designed to support the individual (or group) to follow their dreams, build their capacity and create their own futures.

Past projects include:


Dare, 10 minute play at Short and Sweet Illawarra, short play festival 2018

Mind Yourself, a mindfulness and wellbeing colouring in book 2019

Christmas Cracker workshop at Wollongong City Library

Up Cycled Art workshop at Green Connect Op Shop


Festival and Events

We love to play! Who doesn’t? Art. Circus, Dance, Drama, Music and Storytelling are our tools, and we love to share the joy of these with out community.


Kind Art Ed has access to talented, experienced and kind facilitators, teaching artists, performers and trainers.


Our festival programs are all designed to make it easy for Event Management to offer unique opportunities and give participants the deepest experience possible.


We spread the joy and love of creative arts to anyone who wants it as we specialise in working with all Ages, Abilities and Cultures.


Shellharbour Kids Fest - Kiss Arts Festival Kiama - Viva La Gong




Professional Development

Kind Art Ed is committed to its community, staff and participants, so we offer regular creative learning opportunities to build capacity.

Teaching Artists, Support Workers and Facilitators, often work alone, without the opportunity to be part of a dynamic and supportive team. This was the initial reason that Kind Art Ed was created.


We began to provide occasional capacity building and skill sharing opportunities for its team. Creating a place to connect, dare, grow, play and share experiences and expertise while supporting each other.


We are currently working on developing these opportunities into some professional development for a wider audience.


Cultural Development

Experience the benefit of engaging with a diverse and experienced team who come from a place of kindness.


We truly care about the individuals involved in your event and work alongside them to create, produce and deliver quality cultural events and workshops for the community they are dedicated to.

Past Events and Projects include:

Share Refugee Week Event coordinated by Lillian Rodrigues-Pang in June 2018.

Stitching Stories, Refugee Women’s Fashion Show was coordinated by Honora Jenkins for Illawarra Multicultural Service in 2019.

Balranald Bunyip project for Yesterday Stories in September 2020.


Kind Art Ed develops new programs to suit your individual community need, 

or choose from a range of programs which have been developed and tested.