Creative Workshop

Creative Workshop Art Classes for Everyone

Grow your creativity and imagine the possibilities at the Creative Workshop! Our hands-on art classes are taught by artist-teachers, and frequently inspired by art on view in the Gallery. We teach, inspire, challenge, prompt and encourage—and love it when you make the artwork you never thought you could make.

Winter 2015 Class Catalog

Winter 2015 Class catalog

Registration is now open! Click on the image to open our online catalog or use the links below to browse to the section that interests you.

Classes for children (pdf)
Classes for children with adults (pdf)
Classes for adults (pdf)
Art Appreciation & History classes (pdf)

Questions? Call 585.276.8959

We strongly recommend registering at least a week before the start date of any listed class. Supply lists for classes

NEW! Ask us about our Winter Family Discount rate! Call 585.276.8959.

Art Camps for Kids

Art Day School is our all-day program for kids ages 6–12. See our 2015 offerings (winter, spring & summer) here.

Read about Art Day School in more detail in the recent issue of the University of Rochester Rochester Review article “Speaking the Language of Art”

Give the Gift of Art

Give the Gift of MAGKnow someone who would love to take a class at the Creative Workshop, but you are unsure what level would best suit them? Or someone who just needs that extra little nudge to ‘get back into art?’ A budding artist? We have classes for all ages and levels. Now you can give them the gift of art. Pick up a Gift Card and help pay for a class. Cards are available in a variety of price ranges, from $10 to $400.

Faculty / Faculty Exhibitions

Our hands-on art classes are taught by artist-teachers. They teach, inspire, challenge, prompt, encourage, and support as you make artwork you never thought you could make. Current faculty bios

Creative Workshop Student Exhibitions

See our Winter Adult Student Show in the Lucy Burne Gallery through February 17, 2015.

Read a review of a recent exhibit of children’s work by Creative Workshop intern Allison Rich.