Daytime and evening programs for all levels of skill and experience, including studio courses in painting, drawing, ceramics, printmaking, textiles, photography, and more!
Spring Session 2013
Spring Quarter Registration Begins - March 6, 2013
Scholarship Application Deadline - March 17, 2013
Early Registration Deadline - Before March 18, 2013
Winter Quarter Start Date - April 1, 2013
Second-Half Courses Begin (5 week courses) - Week of May 6, 2013
Make-Up Class Week (for holidays and teacher absence only, not student absence) - June 10-16, 2013
Hyde Park Art Center classes are designed to benefit a broad range of student interests and skill levels. Classes are small and individual instruction and support are important elements of the learning experience in our studios. Students may join a class at any level in which they are comfortable. To help you find the best class for you, programs have been divided into the following skill levels:
Beginner: For students with no previous artmaking experience or students new to the type of artmaking offered in a course. Beginner courses introduce students to new media and basic techniques.
Intermediate: Designed for students with some previous experience in the media being taught. These courses introduce new skills and techniques that build on foundational knowledge.
Advanced: For students seeking further development of technical artmaking skills. Courses will help students investigate new concepts and develop their artistic vision. Previous experience in the specified media is highly recommended.
Multi-Level: These courses offer individualized instruction to all students, from novice to advanced. Projects in these courses are appropriate for all skill levels.
We strongly encourage advance registration for our 5- or 10-week courses, as we will cancel courses if there are fewer than 5 students pre-registered by the first class meeting. Although we do not endorse missing class sessions, for 10 weeks we do sometimes allow half session registration (for the first or last 5 weeks of a course).
The Art Center has a limited number of partial scholarships available. Download a scholarship application [PDF] and mail or fax it to the Art Center. We also offer numerous registration discounts! For more information about registration, scholarships, or registration discounts please contact School & Studio Manager Jeannette Tremblay at firstname.lastname@example.org or 773-324-5520 x1007.