Māpura Studios

Auckland, Online
Term time

Māpura Studios is a creative space located in central Auckland with satellite groups in other areas.

They offer inclusive, multi-modal art classes and art therapy programmes for people of all ages, diversity and need, as well as the wider community. These include visual art, music, cartooning, dance, performance and therapy programmes.

An incredible range of programmes are offered, such as restart art therapy for stroke survivors, creative therapy for all ages, singing groups, movement and art sessions, wellness and art evening classes for anyone and everyone who wants to find new ways of coping with anxiety and stress in a fun and creative way. Check out their YouTube videos to see more!


Yes. Can apply for funding also

For more info visit:

Māpura Studios


Māpura Studios
Fowlds Park
Rocky Nook Ave
St Lukes


09 845 5361




There is easy and ample access for people in wheelchairs. Creative programmes and art therapy services are provided for all people, regardless of disability, gender, age, race, religion, social and economic background, sexual orientation, ethnicity and gender identity.

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