Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at: www.jessicamousseau.com.
Published May 3rd 2011
Have you always wanted to take art courses but thought it would involve having to enroll in a college course, even if it was a non-credit or community program? You'll be pleased to know that there are art studios in New York City that offer lessons. The studios listed below are just a few of those that provide these services. They are located in different areas of the city, so you should be able to find one close to you.
This studio] offers classes in drawing, painting, sculpture, and printmaking. The Arts Students League is very casual, so you can start any time. You also don't have to have any prior art experience or training, and there are no entrance requirements or exams you must take before you start classes.
This is the perfect course for beginning artists, or for those who have had classes before but want to expand their knowledge or refresh their memories. You may also simply want to take another type of art if you're already trained in one area, and this school makes it possible.
One look at the name of this art studio and you know you're going to have fun. This establishment offers art classes for children and adults. Parents will definitely love this studio, as it offers after-school programs and summer day camp programs, giving your child something fun and safe to do during those times. Not only is the name fun, but the location is, too. The studio is located in Tribeca, right in the heart of it to be exact, which only adds to the enjoyment.
This is one of the most popular art studios, because it encourages self-expression and creativity. Further, the classes are smallóno more than 8 students per class. In addition to offering regular art classes, The Arts Studio New York can provide facilities for those who are using art as part of a therapeutic program. This can be very helpful for someone who is located in Manhattan, and is in need of such services.