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COVID-19 Notice: A limited reopening of in-person classes for children and teens has begun as of Sept. 8th. This applies to all workshops on Wednesdays and Fridays, and seats are limited to 6 per period. Classes for adults and mixed ages will remain online at least until King County enters reopening phase 3. Children's classes on Tuesdays will also be held online until further notice. These health policies and procedures will be strictly observed in all in-person classes. Online alternatives are available for those who prefer remote lessons. Credits purchased before class closures will be held valid indefinitely. Please contact us at squakart@gmail.com for more information.

Classes are closed between Nov. 22nd and Nov. 30th. Winter session begins Dec. 1st.

Winter classes are now enrolling. Click on the 'Register' tab above for dates, prices and seat openings. 

Save 5% on tuition for family members enrolling jointly. Enter the promo code family5 to apply this discount to online enrollment. Relatives are not required to attend the same period.

      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.

  • 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.