If you have the required background in fine arts to do art tutorials and feel that you have what it takes to teach others then do consider putting up amateur art classes. You may require certain business licences and documents but here are some of the more pressing needs to run a tutorial art class.
Get Your Own Supplies – Not everyone will immediately have a budget for getting their own tools for painting, drawing, or sculpting. Some students will come in not even knowing what they need. Purchase the most rudimentary, and a few advanced, art tools like brushes, canvases, clay, and pencils and sharpeners so your students won’t miss out on a day’s worth of lessons.
Practice – As a budding artist and professional trainer, you should continue to hone your craft and experiment with your skill. Keep learning different ways to teach a skill to your students, especially if you have a broad range of clientele. People will look up to you as the one who knows more than they do, so you have to continually improve and upgrade.
Price Yourself Right – Fine arts is an expensive pursuit. Teaching is a difficult and time-consuming profession. Put those two together and you know how important the right pricing is. Take a brief online course in pricing/levelling your skills and education so you won’t charge learners too high as well as not sell yourself short.
Promote Prints and Originals – The modern age allows us to share our work without losing the original through art prints and reproductions. Let your students’ paintings and art prints grace the walls of your studio. This will allow your learners to see their own progress. It will also encourage and impress new enrollees when they visit your school in Brisbane.
Teaching is a beautiful and fulfilling profession; how much more if you are teaching a personal passion. The skills you impart will eventually be shared by your students to others and you can consider that a lasting mark which you will leave behind along with your paintings. That said; never turn away an eager student.