Explore a variety of engaging programs for toddlers, teens, and everyone in between. Make cool art, see live performances, or take a family-friendly tour of the Museum. Our programs and in-gallery materials invite you to look, talk, and interpret works of art together. Join a Museum guide for a lively discussion and activities in the galleries.
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In addition to semester-long courses, there are weeklong and weekend workshops on subjects like botanical watercolors, color theory and mixing, pet portraits, and figure drawing. Capitol Hill, rolling start dates. Pratt Fine Arts This is a wonderful community arts center named after Seattle civil rights and education activist Edwin T. You can try your hand at all sorts of media here, but they have an especially rich selection of weeks-long classes and single-day workshops in glass sculpting, blacksmithing, metalworking, woodworking, and other artisanry. Central District, rolling start dates. Greenwood, rolling start dates. Ravenna, various single dates. Ballard, various single dates. Seattle ReCreative The recycled-material shop, an absolute must-visit for thrifty DIYers, also conducts single-day workshops on subjects like art journaling and bookmaking. Greenwood, various single dates.
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On exhibition Saturday, March 14th through Sunday, April 5. Click here to download show prospectus. Artists: please hold off delivery of your artwork until rescheduling details are announced.
Art Classes. CRAFTCAST, with Alison Lee, has everything you need - crafting ideas, crafting experts, live online classes, video tutorials, podcasts, webinars and cutting machines projects you'll love. The Art Center is a nonprofit, non-government organization.