Running art classes is child’s play

Former secondary school art teacher Gillian Blaney-Shorte has come full circle since leaving formal teaching to start her children’s art class business, Artzone, nearly four years ago.

26th May, 2007

Former secondary school art teacher Gillian Blaney-Shorte has come full circle since leaving formal teaching to start her children’s art class business, Artzone, nearly four years ago.

She started out running small classes in her back garden, but Artzone has grown to include children’s parties, art training for primary school teachers, and classes at libraries and primary schools.

Blaney-Shorte studied at Dun Laoghaire College of Art and Design for two years...

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