QUICK LINKS FOR OUR WINTER 2019 CLASSES
Starting in January
Weaving - FULL
Intermediate - Advanced Pastel
The Figure Made Simple - Session I
Painting the Winter Landscape in Watercolor
Needle Felt Snowmen
Gelli Plate Printing: Monoprint without a Press - FULL
Open Studio - Figure Drawing
Starting in February
Hardwood Splint Heart Decorations
Hanging Glass Art
Let it Snow! Pastel Workshop
Part I: Framing Artwork on a Budget: Introduction
Parts I & II Framing Artwork on a Budget: 2 Day Hands on Workshop
Printing on Fabric: Surface Deisgn on Scarves and Tote Bags
Let's Sketch! Class - FULL
Small Still Life Photography
The Art of the Personal Essay
All Media Portrait Workshop
Starting in March
Silversmithing Design & Fabrication - FULL
The Figure Made Simple - Session II
Digital Photography: Beyond the Basics
Wet on Wet Watercolors
Introduction to Oil Painting
Digital Sketching on the iPad
Colorful Still Lifes in Oil
Chinese Brush Painting
The Arts Center Partners
In addition to Saratoga Arts' own arts education offerings, The Arts Center is home to:
Etudes Music School
Submit Your Work to a Gallery
Wednesday, March 6, 2019 • 10am or 6pm • The Arts Center Gallery
The submission process for Saratoga Arts has changed! This professional development session is dedicated to helping veteran and emerging artists prepare their work, application, artist statements and bios for submission and will review the new process for The Arts Center Gallery. Saratoga Arts’ Professional Development sessions are FREE and open to all!
Writing an Artist Statement
Wednesday, April 3, 2019 • 6pm • The Arts Center Gallery
Oftentimes, artists struggle with what to include in their artist statement - the good news is, though, writing an artist statement is easier than most people think! This professional development workshop will give artists a general outline of what to include in their statement, but also talk about how Saratoga Arts uses artist statements in the gallery. Saratoga Arts’ Professional Development sessions are FREE and open to all!
NYFA / NYSCA Artist as Entrepreneur Bootcamp
Thursday, July 11 - Sunday, July 14, 2019
at The Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
More details to be announced soon!
What is the Artist as Entrepreneur
Saratoga Arts presents the Artist as Entrepreneur Boot Camp, an intensive, multi-day professional development opportunity that delves into the real needs of artists who. The program is presented by Saratoga Arts in partnership with the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and the New York State Council on the Arts’ State and Local Partnerships.
What will artists learn?
Topics to be featured include strategic planning, finance, law, marketing, and fundraising. Additional material will be drawn from NYFA’s popular textbook, “The Profitable Artist” (Allworth Press, 2011).
The Boot Camp’s structure is a blend of formal lectures, breakout groups, and one-on-one meetings. Participants work through a flexible and dynamic “action plan” that provides a blueprint for their future project, career, and business goals.
Who can participate?
Artists of all disciplines and career stages are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to artists who live in Warren, Washington, Saratoga, Fulton and Montgomary Counties.
How do I apply? How much does it cost?
There is no charge! Artists interested in attending are required to apply, and participants are selected by a panel review process. The application will be available April 1, 2019. Look for announcements in your email, on facebook and on our website!
Scholarship Request Form (adults)
2018-2019 Community Arts Education Program and scholarships are supported by the The John Winter Family Fund, Saratoga's Community Federal Credit Union, Stewart's Holiday Match Program, CDPHP and The Saratoga Springs Walmart!
The legacy of John R. Winter, Jr. comes from his understanding that all young people have vast potential but that many youths need opportunities to encourage and foster the development of their God-given talent. Through his generosity in creating the John Winter Family Fund, he established a source that can be used to allow more participation in programs such as the Saratoga Arts childrens camps.
To learn more about the Saratoga Arts Scholarship Program, call 518-584-4132
Our Community Arts Education Program
For nearly 15 years, Saratoga Arts has been dedicated to offering quality fine art and fine craft classes, taught by regional artists, to students of all ages and at all artistic levels. In that time we’ve grown our program to its current capacity, where it now serves over 950 students a year and works with nearly 50 art teachers.
Located in the Arts Center at 320 Broadway in Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Arts has several fine arts classrooms, a weaving studio, a 110-seat theater, and three gallery spaces. We have on occasion, when our facilities can not accommodate a class, offered classes off-site as well.