Adult and Teen Classes
Explore workshops and classes The Art Studio has for adults and teens. Offering a variety of creative and exciting art classes, we have artistic opportunities for everyone, no matter your skill level. We invite you to discover a new talent or dive deeper into your favorite art form!
310 Kiamensi Road
Wilmington, DE 19804
Monday - Thursday
Studio Hours:10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Office Hours: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Studio Hours: 9 a.m. - Noon
*Studio hours may vary with class schedule.
Tue Sep. 27WEAVING One 3-hour session. Open Studio for beginning and experienced weavers to work on floor looms. Table top looms also available. If new to the Weaving Studio, please call (302) 995-7661 before registration to ensure there is a loom available. Ages 18+
Thu Sep. 29WEAVING One 3-hour session. Open Studio for beginning and experienced weavers to work on floor looms. Table top looms also available. If new to the Weaving Studio, please call (302) 995-7661 before registration to ensure there is a loom available. Ages 18+
Fri Sep. 30INTRO TO CLAYPRINTING One 6-hour class. Ready to experience something completely different? Learn how Mitch Lyons' unique printmaking process changed the way clay can be used. You will be working from a slab of clay, adding layers of colored clay slips, pastels, textures, and imagery. From this the monoprints will be pulled. Even if you’ve never worked with clay or know nothing about printmaking, you’ll be excited to learn how to pull your very own clay monoprints. All levels welcome. Additional $30 material fee. Ages 18+ Student supply list (optional): apron, cottage cheese/yogurt plastic containers for slip, any textures or stencils, etc. you would like to use.
Sat Oct. 1 - Sat Oct. 22INTRODUCTION TO MOVIEMAKING Chances are you’ve done the homework for this course for years: watching TV and films. If so, this crash course in the fundamentals of moviemaking might be up your alley. Multi award-winning actor and filmmaker Robert X. Golphin will guide participants in learning about storytelling, performance, lighting, cinematography, and sound. Sessions will include theoretical discussions, film clips/visual aids, at home work, and technical practice all resulting in the production of at least one collaborative 3-5 minute short film. All participants will gain hands-on experience in acting on camera, operating the camera, lights and sound, and directing actors. The completed project may be released on the internet (YouTube, Vimeo, etc.), and/or entered into film festivals. This course aims to expose participants to new ways of learning, and help them create and embrace their artistic abilities, and strengthen their creative, interpersonal and intrapersonal communication skills. Ages 14-17