The Changing Canvas (formerly The Sea House) is a well-known, well-loved art studio, gallery and retail outlet located in Glenelg. The studio offers commissioned artwork in a variety of mediums, including paintings, sculptures and mosaics, home consultations, classes and workshops. Just over four months ago The Changing Canvas introduced the No. 6 Cafe.
Located within the studio, The No. 6 Cafe's main focus is on good coffee: their beans are purchased from CBTB Coffeehouse, which have Fair Trade certification. If you're not a coffee enthusiast, No. 6 offers a selection of cold pressed juices, and herbal tea produced from Hygae Organic - each tea is lovingly handcrafted, with nurturing and healing properties. If you fancy a bite to eat, No. 6 has a variety of delicious jaffles (perfectly toasted, with a side of homemade relish), and afternoon tea options.
No. 6 spotlights the importance of community, through their 'I Made It Creative' design hub, which supports South Australian made, created, designed, and produced, goods, which are proudly displayed and available for sale. They also present various workshops: an upcoming event, "The Resilience Code", is a class aimed on growing and improving one's resilience and confidence, hosted by The Mind Heart Body counselling initiative.
No. 6 describes itself as a 'collaboration of creativity', which invites its patrons to socialise, and connect with others in an relaxing and friendly environment, where they can enjoy food and be inspired by the local creations.
Address: 6 Sussex St., Glenelg.
Opening hours: Mon-Sat, 8-4PM.
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