Farmstead Arts Center - Online Art Class Registration is Open

Farmstead Arts Center's Online Art Classes (single sessions, three and six-week courses) begin the week of June 9th.

Farmstead Arts Center is offering fun and interactive virtual art classes for all ages. Online classes, taught by the Farmstead’s talented teaching artists, will be held via Zoom. Students can take advantage of online painting classes, including watercolor, oil, and acrylics; drawing classes including figure, portrait and illustration; and much more!

Registration is open!

To sign up for classes, visit http://farmsteadarts.eventbrite.com

Class descriptions can also be found at: https://farmsteadartscenter.org/fa-home/classes-camps/

As our offices are closed, please email  admin@farmsteadarts.org for more information.

Events are made possible, in part, by funds from the Somerset County Cultural & Heritage Commission, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

Contact Information
  1. Taya Ros
  2. admin@farmsteadarts.org
Sat, May 30
12:00 pm — 1:00 pm
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Farmstead Arts Center's Online Art Classes (single sessions, three and six-week courses) begin the week of June 9th.

Farmstead Arts Center is offering fun and interactive virtual art classes for all ages. Online classes, taught by the Farmstead’s talented teaching artists, will be held via Zoom. Students can take advantage of online painting classes, including watercolor, oil, and ...

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