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14101 Sullyfield Circle, Unit 100A, Chantilly, VA 20151
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2929 Eskridge Road, Unit F, Fairfax, VA 22031
We offer weekly art classes all year round to students ages 4 years old to adult. We pride ourselves on our strong art curriculum which has been carefully put together with Western and Eastern teaching methodologies and with 18+ years of experience. All students will be taught by highly qualified and educated art teachers (all of whom have at least a bachelors degree in Fine Arts and many have a masters degree) and can expect to learn and practice using a wide variety of art techniques and mediums appropriately challenging for their level. All of our classes are in small sizes to ensure high teaching quality and individual attention for each of our students.
All new or prospective students are encouraged to schedule a trial art class in which they will get to stay for the entire 2 hour class. During that class, their teacher will be able to assess the student's skill level and the student experience how we teach. All art supplies will be provided. The fee for trial art class is $10, payable by cash or check.
Our tuition is based on the number of registered classes and on the student's deemed skill level during their trial class. We do offer discounts for long term registrations and we can explain our tuition rates in more detail when you arrive for your trial art class.
- Encourage artistic creativity in youth
- Provide professional training to help develop talent
- Enhance problem-solving and critical thinking skills
- Increase appreciation for arts
We believe the importance of having a strong foundation in the basic principles and skills of art for students. With a solid foundation, students will be able to succeed in the advanced areas of art, as well as all other fields of study.
Our teachers spend time guiding each student through his/her progress for both short term and long term success. We also focus on developing students' creativity and imagination.