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Enrich your life with an expressive outlet by studying the visual arts. Squak Art Studio offers weekly classes in a variety of 2-D media, catering to most ages and all experience levels. Seasonal art camps offer kids ages 7-17 a great space for creativity throughout the day.
The casual, social environment helps artists discuss their work and share ideas with each other. Visual art helps many to unwind after work or school, while others enjoy it as a way to connect with their friends and family. Find out what our painting and drawing courses can do for you.
Media taught: Graphite, Charcoal, Colored Pencil, Pastel, Watercolor, Acrylics, and Oils.
Skill levels and ages: Beginning to advanced, 7 years old to adult.
Group instruction and workshop-style classes range from 1 to 3 hours, Tuesday through Saturday. Supplies included!
Extensive but flexible lesson plan covering many themes, styles and movements.
Students first learn to depict what they see, and then to create what they want to see.
Squak Art Studio stands on the traditional land of the Coast Salish people, specifically the Snoqualmie Tribe (sdukʷalbixʷ). We recognize the historic facts of land theft, abduction, discrimination, genocide, and attempted cultural erasure in King County. We acknowledge the continuing impact of these injustices on the indigenous community. We encourage our guests to seek more information themselves, and to support the vitality of local Coast Salish culture and the Lushootseed language.
ʔəs(h)əlíʔ ti txʷəlšúcid!
(us-suh-lee tee twhul-shoot-seed)
Snoqualmie Tribe Cultural Department | Lake Sammamish Project
Snoqualmie Tribe Ancestral Lands Movement