Education in the Arts The Manhattan Arts Center (MAC) offers art education to adults and children of all ages and incomes. Throughout the year there are a variety of art and clay classes for adults. We also have educational opportunities for children intheatre, art, ceramics, and music. In the summer, we offer our arts-based daycamp "Camp MAC: Summer Story Adventure" for kids. We also have open studios for artists to work and learn together, including Watercolor Studio, Painting Studio, Clay Studio, and Fiber Fridays on the 3rd Friday of the month.
Nurturing Creative Abilities
Our motto is Arts For All. We believe that arts education enhances the lives of all who participate. With this in mind, we will continue to nurture the creative abilities of Manhattan's children, for they are the future artists, playwrights, actors, singers, and story tellers.
On-line - Click the "Register Now" button at the top to go to your secure registration and online payment! You will be automatically added to our class roster.
If you do not have internet access, you can enroll In Person - Visit MAC at 1520 Poyntz Avenue to enroll in classes.
Please pay in full at the time of enrollment. Online payments will be taken by credit card.
Your registration fee includes a $10 non-refundable enrollment deposit.
Cancellations & Refunds Your registration fee includes a $10 non-refundable enrollment deposit. If you cancel a class for which you have registered, you may choose to apply your full credit toward a future class, or receive a refund less the $10 deposit. If a class is canceled due by MAC, you can choose to either receive a refund or apply your credit to your account. MAC reserves the right to change or cancel classes for any reason. Please enroll early to secure your spot.
Reduced Fees & Scholarships
Students who qualify for reduced price or free school lunches at school also qualify for reduced class prices at the MAC. Please call 785-537-4420 and ask for your coupon code for online checkout. After-school class scholarships are funded by a grant from the Yes! Fund of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation.
The MAC regrets that it does not provide transportation to or from any of its classes.