Summer Virtual Art Classes at The Center for Creative Arts

Art lessons come to your house this summer, on your schedule! Students at the Center for Creative Arts have been enjoying art lessons by downloading a dropbox video created by Center instructors that they can independently watch, stop, or rewind, at any time during the week.

Preschoolers through teens have been drawing, coloring and painting at home using materials they already have. Lessons included Cherry Blossoms at the Washington Monument, red pandas and kittens in trees for Young Artists, robins in their nest, and mermaids for Preschool, Picasso’s Line Portraits, figure drawings of Kobe Bryant, and drip-painting rainbow Zebras for teens.

Cartooning students have drawn images from Jurassic Park, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Spiderman, Greek Gods, and more. Students are invited to request demonstrations they would like to learn, and email images of their art to share on a virtual bulletin board. See the details at:

The Center is hoping to offer on-campus Art Camps this summer, including Under the Sea, Art Explorations, Nature Art, Cartooning, Jewelry Making, Space Art, and Teen Studio Art. If classes on campus are still not a good idea, virtual options will be offered. Camp information can be found at

Center music students studying most instruments including voice moved to virtual zoom lessons in March and have even enjoyed Zoom recitals where grandparents from as far away as New York, Texas, and India were able to attend! Email for music lesson openings.