At The Art Center, we bring out the artist in everyone! The Art Center is the premier choice for art classes in New York, as well as for Real Art birthday parties and the best art summer programs in the city. Find the perfect art class in NYC at The Art Center — for Children, Teens, Families & Adults!

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What's New

Blizzard Updates

Classes will be in session tonight, Monday January 26th. Please check your email for updates concerning Tuesday’s classes. Feel free to schedule a make-up class if you are snowed in, and please keep safe and warm!

Watercolor Workshop for Adults

We will be hosting a watercolor workshop for adults on Friday, January 23rd from 10:30am to 12pm. Artist Holly Meeker Rom will be teaching and beginners are welcome – call 212-535-1199 or email to register!

Pre-School Art Class Returns!

We are so thrilled to bring back our pre-school art class this year, on Mondays from 1:30 to 2:30pm. There will be a trial on December 1st for any interested students – call us at 212-535-1199 today to register!

November All-Day Art Programs

November is just around the corner, and we have multiple All-Day Art programs to keep your child busy throughout the month. Programs will take place on Election Day, Tuesday November 4th, Veteran’s Day, Tuesday November 11th, and the days before and after Thanksgiving, Wednesday November 26th and Friday November 28th. Click on the “All-Day Art Classes” button above for details, and call us at 212-535-1199 to register!

Fall Semester Begins on Sept. 15th. 10% Discount for Early Registration!

Fall 2014 After-School Art classes begin on Monday, September 15 and continue through the end of January, but you’ll want to sign up soon. If you sign-up before September 12, you will receive a 10% discount. We are also offering a 10% discount for enrollment in multiple classes, but it cannot be combined. Registration is now open and classes are filling up quickly. See the full Fall 2014 schedule on our website, and then call us at 212-535-1199 or email to register today!

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