Recreational art classes are a fun way to learn new skills while increasing your creativity and releasing stress. Bring out your inner artist when you check out these three recreational art schools near our Spring Mill apartments.
Manayunk Art Center is where art brings artists together. Its mission is to provide a place where the community connects while enjoying creative endeavors. The center opened in 1953, and it offers an array of classes throughout the year.
Enroll in Drawing with Don Stephens, an eight-week, two-hour class where students are challenged to focus on lines, shapes, and surface movement. Don graduated from Temple University's Tyler School of Art and Architecture. He enjoys teaching and also displays his work in the Delaware Valley.
Whitemarsh Art Center enriches the community by fostering appreciation and engagement in the arts. Established in 1964, it holds classes inside a 1730 farmhouse with larger classes in the barn.
Adult sessions focus on clay making for beginners and experienced artists alike. Students can explore their creativity at their own pace in Ceramic Throwing and Hand-Building. The class centers on wheel-thrown forms of clay making for functionality and expression.
The Philly Art Center is passionate about the essential role art plays in life, learning, and community. The award-winning classes are taught by highly skilled instructors who allow students to discover and problem solve.
Try Experimental Mixed Media, a class where students can create adventurously. Held on Tuesday nights, it covers painting, drawing, printing, and more.
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