Creative Workshop

Art Classes for Everyone

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. We love it when you make the artwork you never thought you could make.

NEW! Now offering Online Registration!

CW Online Registration
We are happy to present our new, safe, solid online registration!

Register online, anytime, for any available Creative Workshop class. Simply set yourself up with your own private login and password and whenever you want to register yourself or a family member, you can easily select the course and sign up! If you have questions, call 585-276-8959 and we will walk you through the process.

Browse our Fall 2017 Course Catalog

Creative Workshop Fall 2017

Classes for the whole family!

Click on the image above to open the catalog or use the links below to browse the section that interests you.

Classes and programs for families (pdf)
Classes for Children (pdf)
Adult art classes (pdf)
Art Appreciation (pdf)

Questions? Call 585.276.8959 || Click here for class supply lists
As a thank you to MAG members, we’re happy to offer priority registration for classes in this brochure from August 15 to 26, 2017. General Registration begins on Sunday, August 27.


Lucy Burne Gallery Exhibitions

CREATIVE WORKSHOP FACULTY ART SHOW
August 10- September 28, 2017
Enjoy the original works of art from our talented crew of faculty artists.

CREATIVE WORKSHOP ADULT & TEEN STUDENT ART SHOW:
WANING SUMMER, CRISP FALL
October 5- 26, 2017
Enjoy the original works of art from our accomplished students. Interested in exhibiting? See the Waning Summer…Call for Art here

 


art-Social

Art Social

Thursdays | 6:15 – 7:45 | $20 per session
Get the full schedule


art-Social

Kids Create Dates

Saturdays | 12 noon – 2 pm | $10 per child, per session


Creative Workshop Faculty & Staff Bios

All of our teachers are working artists, professional art educators and art historians, carefully matched to the classes they teach. The bios on the link here are for instructors and staff in the Workshop’s fall 2017 sessions.
View all current faculty bios.


College Interns and High School Student Volunteers at the Workshop

We are currently accepting applications from current college students in art, art education, or art history with significant interest in children’s interaction with museums to earn valuable experience and possible internship credit. We have available openings for 2017/2018 school year during the Winter and Spring.
College Intern Factsheet
College Intern Application

High School Volunteers Needed:

Interested in helping with Saturday kids classes this Fall, Winter or Spring? Call Rachael Baldanza at 276-8956 for more information.