Frequently Asked Questions

We organize our classes based on age groups.  Our on-going weekly classes  run from September to May on a monthly tuition basis.

You can enroll anytime as long as we have space in the class. The tuition for the first month will be prorated based on your enrollment date. For tuition fees, please see our class schedule.

We have three locations conveniently located in Northwest Austin, Southwest Austin and Cedar Park.

Yes. We have classes for adults, children and teens. For more information, please visit our class schedule.

Students can start as young as four years old depending upon their maturity (how the child handles being without Mom or Dad on their side). For more information or special requests, please contact us.

Our ongoing classes, small groups and focus on technique allow us to take each student from a beginner to an intermediate or advanced level through skill development and freedom to foster individually creativity.

Children's classes
We provide all materials for child and Teen  classes. Just bring your child and we are all set!

Adult Classes
Students bring their own materials to class. We will provide a material list once we talk with the student about objectives and expectations of the class.

If you need to miss a class, you can make up your missed class by attending another class as long as you are currently enrolled. You will need to contact us to schedule your make-up class.  However, there is ABSOLUTELY NO PRORATING NOR REFUND for missed classes. "Missed" classes cannot be used as a "class credit" for the next session.

If you would like to see a class on another day or time, let us know and we will consider your suggestion for our next schedule.

(Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math)

“Art Education is key to creativity” (STEAM).

Drawing allows children, teens and adults alike to find a creative way to express themselves. It is a tool to develop and express ideas and a source of joy, confidence and self-esteem. To learn more how “Creativity enables Innovation” - read the “STEAM and not STEM” whitepaper http://steam-notstem.com/articles/whitepaper/ on why Art Education is key to creativity.

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