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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Art Classes in Calgary Colleges

Most often, Art Studies have been regarded as a waste of time and a non-profit course. Parents usually deprived their children from taking art courses. But with the new opportunities for showcasing talents in art and even making it as a business, we can no longer underestimate the value of learning different studies in Art. The good thing about Calgary Colleges is it has a wide variety of options of art classes and topics.

The first on the list is Alberta College of Art and Design. Extended studies on art are available in credit and credit-free courses. Both adults and teens will enjoy myriad areas like jewellery, photography, sculpture, drawing, calligraphy, ceramics, glass, woodwork, and many more.

If you are looking for a college with a complete facility, the Calgary School of Art provides full-sized facilities from private arts’ studios to art supplies. All ages can enrol in different classes and workshops at different skill levels. In Calgary School of Art, you can be certain that all art supplies are environment friendly. No petroleum-based thinners and cleaners are allowed. For classes with mediums on oil, it will be closely monitored and are only permitted in closed containers.

But if you are a family who believes that “a family that studies art together stays together,” the best place for you is the City of Calgary Arts Centres. The centre offers fun and affordable classes for families, pre-schoolers, children, youth, and adults. The main courses are drawing, painting, ceramic, and clay. Other courses for a specific age bracket are also available.

And of course, the University of Calgary wouldn’t be left behind with their Continuing Education Faculty which offers great number of art classes. You can learn everything about art from theories and history to art application, and gain a certificate at the end of the course. 

1 comment:

  1. I thought this post was pretty useful because my friend has been thinking about taking some art classes. If she hasn't checked out the college in Calgary then I'll let her know.