Community Art Classes

Studio Courses are offered Monday through Saturday in a wide array of subject areas. These non-credit courses cater to everyone from the novice to the experienced artist. The Renaissance Center Visual Arts Department uses the Discipline-Based Art Education philosophy of teaching. This means students study art from the four disciplines: Production, Art History, Criticism, and Aesthetics in each class.

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The Large Art Studio, Room 118, has room for all sorts of Visual Arts projects.
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This is the smaller Art Studio, N 120, during a Stained Glass class. Look to the left and you’ll see David and Susan Allsbrooks.
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