Find a art class in Dallas, TX

Find art classes in Dallas, TX

Find art classes in Dallas, TX

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Find art classes in Dallas, TX

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Top 10 art classes in Dallas, TX

Students agree: these Dallas art classes are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Photos By RustyCDallas

Photos By RustyCDallas

5.0(1)
15+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Bill R. says, "Knowledgeable and explains in terms that make sense. Helped with moving away from Auto mode and knowing when AV or TV might work best, and when maybe manual mode proper." Read more
ART Is The KEY

ART Is The KEY

New on Lessons
Offers online services
14+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
My business stands out by the unique ceramic pieces I create. Along with the ceramic pieces, I also create ceramic art jewelry. With being an Art teacher in Dallas ISD, I'm familiar with many techniques. I participate in vendor and craft fairs. I have and will continue to be a vendor at MayFest in Ft. Worth, TX! My business has recently expanded into offering creative art workshops for businesses and organizations. Art therapy workshops are also available. I am currently working on an Art curriculum for Home Schoolers. Contact me for a curriculum catered specifically to your family's needs.
Faith Alexander

Faith Alexander

5.0(1)
5+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Harmony D. says, "I wasn't sure about investing in painting lessons as it can be quite pricey but Faith showed me it was honestly worth the investment. I see myself improving daily and she's very friendly, a great teacher" Read more
Madison Roberson

Madison Roberson

New on Lessons
Offers online services
Serves Dallas, TX
Hello aspiring artists! My name is Madison Roberson. I’ve been teaching painting for many years and have a passion for all mediums of creative expression! I am thrilled to guide you through the wonderful world of painting and various mediums. Working with me is an immersive and enriching experience. I believe in nurturing each student's unique artistic voice, encouraging experimentation, and fostering a supportive creative environment. I strive to tailor my teaching approach to suit individual learning styles and goals, ensuring that every student walks away from each class feeling inspired and empowered. I teach very beginner, friendly tech
Trayc Claybrook, Artist

Trayc Claybrook, Artist

5.0(1)
Top Pro
6 hires on Lessons
25+ years in business
Serves Dallas, TX
Alma N. says, "She is amazing with children!" Read more

Your Art Classes questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on Lessons.

How much do art classes cost near me?

Art classes cost $20 to $50 for a one-time session or $100 to $500 for a class including 6 to 10 weekly sessions. Prices for art classes depend on your location, the type of art, the school or museum offering the class, and whether the fee includes materials and art supplies. Most art instructors provide a list of the required supplies which you must purchase separately.

Can you take art classes online?

You can take art classes online through CreativeLive, Udemy, ed2go, and art specialty websites like New Masters Academy (NMA) or The Art Studio NY. Many museums, universities, studios, and individual artists also offer online art classes.

Prices for online art classes are similar to in-studio classes and primarily depend on the instructor's artistic reputation and whether the course features prerecorded videos or is held live.

What types of art classes are available?

Popular art classes offered in most locations include:

  • Drawing and sketching
  • Painting with watercolor, oil, acrylics, or pastels
  • Printmaking
  • Fabric painting
  • Ceramics
  • Sculpture
  • Jewelry making
  • Glasswork
  • Fiber arts

How do I find the best art classes near me?

Before you take the next step in your creative journey, follow these tips to ensure you find an art class that's a good fit for you:

  • First, determine what type of art you'd like to learn.
  • Decide if you want to take a one-time workshop or a multi-week course.
  • Read instructor reviews on Lessons and Google.
  • Browse their portfolio of artwork created by their past students.
  • Ask about fees, class sizes, and supplies needed.
  • Visit the studio or classroom in person to check it out before signing up for a class.
  • Wear clothes that can get dirty. Some classes have aprons, but you may still get paint or other art products on your clothes.

What questions should I ask before signing up for art classes?

Before you sign up for an art class, be sure to ask the instructor these questions:

  • Which class should I take as a first-time art student?
  • Does the fee include materials and supplies? If not, do you provide a supply list?
  • What subjects do the art lessons cover?
  • Where will the class meet?
  • Are the classes restricted to certain age groups?
  • How many students will be in the class?
  • Do you offer online art classes? Are the online classes taught live or prerecorded?
  • Can I buy a class as a gift for someone?

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