The Art League School offers classes and workshops for all skill levels, in virtually all of the fine arts, to students of all ages. Anyone can take classes at The Art League School. Each year, students fill over 10,000 seats in classes. Novices find a welcoming and supportive environment while more experienced students are challenged to learn new techniques. Professional, highly qualified artist instructors, many from DC-area colleges and universities, teach all of our classes and workshops. Travel workshops are offered domestically and internationally to exciting locales with our talented faculty. And because all courses are noncredit, our focus is on personal artistic enrichment, rather than a degree.
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Location: The Art League School office is located on the second floor of the Torpedo Factory Art Center in room 216. See our location using the TFAC’s floorplan. Classes are held in the art center and at the newly renovated Madison Annex at 305 Madison Street.
Classes & Workshops
Classes at all artistic skill levels are offered at The Art League School on a quarterly basis. The Art League School is non-accredited and open to all. A full selection of day, evening, and weekend courses are offered in virtually all of the fine arts and a wide variety of fine crafts. Art League teachers are outstanding practicing artists. Click for more info and to register!
The Art League offers classes for children ages 5 and up in areas such as cartooning, ceramics, clay animation, and introduction to art. In our Art Fun-damentals class, students 5 and older explore texture, line, shape, and color and are introduced to working with a range of materials.
Summer Art Camp
Week-long Summer Art Camps & Teen Workshops are offered from mid-June through August. Children explore a new medium or begin a new project each day, focusing on drawing, painting, printmaking, and sculpture. The syllabus is different each week the camp is offered. Specialty camps are also available, where children concentrate on a specific medium, such as ceramics, cartooning, or jewelry making.