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Everyone can be an artist!

Think you don’t have the time? Think you don’t have the talent? Everyone Can Learn ArtThink again! These classes are the perfect way to get started in art. At only $30 and two hours, you can explore your interests with very little commitment. Each class is geared toward a specific technique or medium, and the supplies are included in the class to give you a hands-on experience! We have plenty of great instructors ready to help you unleash your inner artist! By offering these out of artists studios, we have something to fit every schedule in a location convenient to you. You can contact the artists directly to sign up, or contact us with any other questions.

Its time to get creative!

How To Find A Class?

Click on the workshops listing link located anytime at the top of the website to see the class listings or you can use the workshops calendar. Workshops and Classes Workshops Calendar

Upcoming Classes

Begin to browse the class listings by medium, date, location and even artists. You can review what the class is about, read more details and click on the map to see the location. Workshops and Classes Workshops Calendar

Registering For A Class

Once you have decided on the class you would like to take, registering is easy. You can always call the artist directly and ask to register or.. Click the register button, fill in the information and your detials will be sent to the artist teaching the class. Meet The Artists

“The mistake we make is to treat art as something elevated upon some altar that people must rise up to, rather than as a relevant, organic part of everyday life.” –Arthur Cohen, arts marketing expert.