Class Options

Select from the class options below to learn more about each class or workshop, and to register for an art class. You can also browse our interactive PDF class catalog.

NOTE: Classes are organized by date, then the day of week and time offered. The class grid in the catalog gives an overview by media so you can easily find a class or workshop that fits in your schedule.

Liability Waiver

The Art Center requires all class and workshop registrants to have a signed RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK form on file for each session before they can participate. 

New Student Discount

Non-member students who have never previously taken a class at the Minnetonka Center for the Arts qualify for a 10% discount on their first class. This is a one-time offer on tuition only and does not extend to materials, additional fees, Summer Arts Camp, birthday parties, or subsidized classes. It cannot be combined with any other offer.

* New Student Discount cannot be processed online. To claim this discount please register by visiting or calling the front desk at 952-473-7361 ext 160.

Early Registration Discount

Students currently enrolled may earn a one-time $5 savings on a 4-week course or $10 savings on a 5-week or longer course, if registrations are made for the subsequent session before the early registration deadline. This discount only applies to registrations for classes in the session immediately following the session in which you are currently enrolled.

* The Early Registration Discount cannot be processed online. To claim this discount please register by visiting or calling the front desk at 952-473-7361 ext 160.

Member Discount

Being a member of the Minnetonka Center for the Arts will save you 10% on every class and workshop for twelve months. An annual household membership is $60 ( $55 for seniors 62+), and may be purchased at the time of registration for immediate savings.

Learn to celebrate your creations! Everything you create is an expression of your attention and effort and will have taught you something new. Look for something that is working, and congratulate yourself on your success. It might be something small, but noticing it will elevate your mood and motivate you to keep creating.

With focus and practice, you can become proficient quickly. Becoming excellent can take a lifetime, but the learning process is engrossing and worthwhile.

Ingrid Christensen

Artsy

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