Youth Art Classes

Class enrollments are limited to allow for distancing.
Masks required and supplies are not shared.
All participants are asked to take a COVID self-check before each class. Temperatures will be checked on arrival. 
Please call us with questions.


Kids' Art Club- Grades K-2


Grades: K-2            
Days: Mondays                
Time: 4:30-5:30pm                                   
Dates: Session I – Feb 1-Mar 8 (6 weeks);
Session II – Apr 5-May 10 (6 weeks)
Cost: $80 per session
Develop your drawing, painting, and mixed media skills. Students practice hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills to create art. Uses several mediums. Max enrollment 8. Masks and social distancing required.


Kids' Art Club - Grades 3-5

Grades: 3-5             
Days: Thursdays                 
Time: 4:30-5:30pm
DatesSession I – Feb 4-Mar 11 (6 weeks)
Session II – Apr 8-May 13 (6 weeks)
Cost: $80 per session
Develop your drawing, painting, and mixed media skills. Students practice hand-eye coordination, learn the ability to see objects as they are, and create art. Uses several mediums.  Max enrollment 8. Masks and social distancing required.


Youth Honors Academy:
Printmaking Exploration
Instructor: Mary Gordon McFall                 
Grades: 6-12           
Days: Wednesdays                                    
Time: 4:30-5:45pm  
Dates: Mar 3-Apr 28 (8 weeks, no class March 17)     
Cost: $130
This class is an introduction to monotype and relief printing processes without a printing press. Students will learn how to plan a multi-colored linocut print. This includes carving, color-mixing, inking-up the block, lining up the image, and hand-printing to create an edition of artist prints. Throughout the process, we will discuss paper & ink qualities, as well as basic elements and principles of design. No prior experience needed. Supplies provided. Max enrollment 8. Masks and social distancing required.


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Youth scholarships are funded by a grant from the

Yes! Fund of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation.

Art palette and brushes

Sasha Binder

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Sasha Binder is a dedicated art educator with a BA in Art Education. Born and raised in Los Angeles, much of her art roots from her culture and identity. Specializing in mixed media has allowed her to embody different techniques and forms in her work. She's a passionate advocate for uplifting communities through art. 

Sasha will be teaching Kids' Art Club and After School Clay classes at MAC.