Classes for Corporates

 Even though you think you can’t draw. You can! 

Corporate classes are for small, medium or larger groups. Course venues and times can be tailored to suit your group.

Ideal for corporate/organisational professional development, team building events, book clubs looking to do something different, a kick-off to a birthday event or if you just want something special to do. Tony can provide the location or come to your office or your venue of choice and all materials are provided — easy!

You will be introduced to travel sketching steps and tips and will become more confident about sketching. At the end of the course everyone will have produced some beautiful little sketches that you’d have never dreamed possible — and yes, absolutely everyone can learn to sketch!

Come on your own or grab a group of friends or colleagues — have some fun, brush up or learn new skills and get that creative side of the brain fit and pumping …

Contact Tony to discuss further by phone on 021 925 031 or email


$Price based on number of students & duration. Contact Tony to work it out.
Sketch Kits provided

Bookings Open

“You have been a fantastic teacher with a great attitude towards teaching and nurturing our drawing abilities so thank you very much! The course was a great introduction / refresher into sketching, form & colour and you have definitely helped me become quicker and more confident with travel sketching! A++”


“Tony’s Erin Hill sketching course was such a joy to attend. Tony is a master at his craft and is passionate about translating this to his students. Each class is focused around a theme and quite clearly takes you on a skill building journey so you can go into the world armed with the tools to sketch and paint on your own. I highly recommend these classes and you will have lots of fun.”


“….Really enjoyed the sketching class and particularly liked the way you road-mapped what you would be covering at the start of each session. I think you captured quite well what happens to people’s confidence in their own creative abilities when art and expression are treated as competitive activities. That was certainly the case for me so I think breaking down that barrier is important for people to feel comfortable finding their own artistic style.”