Classes for adults, high school students, and children in grades 1-9. Events and workshops for all ages. Online, in-person, and hybrid.
Our offerings are for enthusiastic beginners and aspiring professionals. Both credit-bearing and non-credit classes occur throughout the year, on evenings and weekends, and at varying lengths and times. You can find a class to fit any schedule.
Spring session classes begin throughout April, May, and June and summer session classes start in July.
Classes for all ages and skill levels
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Classes & workshops for students in grades 1-9 and weekday classes for homeschool students encourage exploration of the imagination and creativity in a variety of media, such as painting, printmaking, sculpture, drawing, fibers, and more.
Classes designed to inspire and prepare high school students through exciting coursework where they can amplify their portfolios, learn from our faculty of professional artists and designers, and find opportunities to earn college credit.
Continuing education classes taught by professionals in their fields. These classes can be taken individually for personal development or to fulfill coursework toward our professional certificate programs.
Engage your artistic side, explore a new technique, or stretch your skills. Enjoy a wide selection of evening and weekend classes for adults and students aged 16+.
Bite-sized classes to help you explore your creativity or test the waters with a new medium for students age 16+.
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