Kaz McGlynn
Kaz McGlynn is a renowned Artist / Art Educator and Founder of KAZWORKS, which ‘Creates, Makes and Educates Art’.


Kaz McGlynn is an Artist / Art Educator and Founder of KAZWORKS which ‘Creates, Makes and Educates Art’ and co-founder of Barwon Heads Arts Council. Over three decades Kaz has educated thousands of students across a multitude of mediums in her Art Practice. She is known for her Public Art working collaboratively with community groups. Her experience has won her awards for Art &Design including Design Council Australia Awards, Small Business Awards and Education Awards. Kaz was an Ambassador for Australia in Fashion Design in Japan. Kaz has had opportunities to work and research in the USA as an Educator and Designer.

KAZWORKS operates from her studio at 1/20 Everist Rd, Ocean Grove and is seeking Commissions for Public Art. Kaz specialises in co-ordinating group and community projects including in schools, nursing homes and corporate groups. Her past projects include M2M Greater City of Geelong, Barwon Heads Community Gardens and Ocean Grove foreshore sculptures.

Art’sKool@ KAZWORKS offers various Art Classes and Workshops. Adult, After School Kids and Teen Art Classes run throughout the school terms and the popular Holiday Program during school holidays. One of the goals at art’sKool is to foster our student’s confidence in themselves and their ability. The studio is a fun and safe learning environment where students learn correct art theories and techniques from qualified artists and educators.

Art’sKool also specialises in nurturing and developing students both Adult and Children through the NDIS program (both self and agency managed). For specific programs and further information go to www.artskool.com.au or email .

Member of Organisations

Committee member of Barwon Heads Arts Council
Executive Member of the Barwon Heads Festival Of the Sea
Member of Regional Arts Victoria
Member and Employer of Arts Access Victoria for people with disabilities.
Deakin University as Sessional Lecturer



Kaz McGlynn

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