ADULT WINTER SESSION
Watercolor, acrylic, and drawing classes begin January 15th. Classes are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings from 6:00-8:00pm every other week through March 2nd. Come pull up a seat, let go of the stress of the day, and let the creative vibes flow!
KIDS & TEENS LATE WINTER SESSION registration is now available! January 30-March30.
Classes are offered Monday through Saturday with morning, afternoon, and evening classes. Registration is ongoing, so if you miss the start of a session you or your child may still join in the class of your choice, space permitting. Online registration is updated each week to prorate the remaining classes in the session. If you have questions about registration, please email email@example.com.
Spring Break Camps
We are running half day and full day art camps April 2-5. Campers tap into their creative thinking and making mode while experimenting with a variety of 2D and 3D art projects (drawing, watercolor, acrylic painting, mixed media, collage, and sculpture) and playing fun art related games. Space is limited. Registration is flexible allowing for one day up to the full week. Extra care is available for those who may need to drop-off earlier or pick-up later.
NEW TO REBEL ART SCHOOL?
Sign up your child for one of our FREE-INTRODUCTORY LESSONS! Come visit the school, meet the instructor, try a class, and see what kind of creative fun can be had with us! Find the new Free-Intro schedule listings under Kids Classes and reserve your spot now. Looking forward to meeting you!
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Rebel Art School's mission is to create a safe and captivating environment where every inner rebel is empowered to find their true creativity and express themselves through art making. We maintain small class sizes to ensure strong individual attention for each student, and offer a variety of fine art classes for ages 4+. Our classes are taught by skilled instructors excited to embrace and exercise creative thought and expression within anyone who dares to discover. Come create with us while learning new techniques, vocabulary, and art history.