Showing 21 - 40 of 56 Art Schools in Washington DC

Finch Knitting + Sewing Studio

in Leesburg
102 Loudoun St SW, Washington, District of Columbia 20175

We are a boutique sewing + knitting shop with modern fabrics, quality yarns, cool tools, and fun, on-trend classes for all ages and interests. We dig handmade.

District Clay Center

in Langdon
2414 Douglas St NE, Washington, District of Columbia 20018

The District Clay Center is the largest and most complete ceramics arts center in the District of Columbia and the surrounding metropolitan area. More than just a studio, a school, or a shared workspace, our facility caters to a diverse community of artists at all skill levels. We have physical spaces for all of the different programs and for every...

ArtJamz

in Brookland
1728 Conneticut Ave NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20009

ArtJamz is a public art studio and lounge where anyone can paint and sip and create a work of art. We are unique in the fast-growing paint-and-sip industry in that we were the first to offer Freestyle painting sessions where people can design an original work of art.  We provide studio time, canvas, art materials and guidance. All you do is show...

Capital Photography Center

in Southwest Washington, D.C.
1616 H St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

Capital Photography Center was created by Marie Joabar who for more than a decade was the Education Programs Manager and Corporate Trainer at Penn Camera, one of Washington D.C.’s long standing photography retailers. Marie developed that company’s educational program growing it from three topics in 2003, to almost 50 in 2011, and earned it the...

Stone Branch School of Art

in Rockville
1331-M Rockville Pike, Washington, District of Columbia 20852

Stone Branch School of Art is an established multi-media fine arts school dedicated to expanding the artistic abilities of students of all ages. Stone Branch offers art instruction to children from age 4-adult. Our teachers are professionals in their fields many with advanced degrees in studio art or art education. Our programs provide children and...

Smithsonian American Art Museum

in Downtown, Washington, D.C.
750 9th St NW Ste 3100, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

The Smithsonian American Art Museum, the nation's first collection of American art, is an unparalleled record of the American experience. The collection captures the aspirations, character, and imagination of the American people throughout three centuries. The museum is the home to one of the largest and most inclusive collections of American...

Alexandria Clay Cooperative

in Alexandria
2389 S. Dove St, Alexandria, Virginia 22314

Alexandria Clay Cooperative is the legacy of Creative Clay Studios and all the people who came with us from that studio. In late November 2013 it appeared that Creative Clay was in serious financial trouble. In January a group of members organized an exodus from what had been our home for many years at the Creative Clay Studios in the Bren Mar warehouse...

Washington Studio School

in Sheridan-Kalorama
2129 S St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20008

The Washington Studio School (WSS), a nonprofit organization established in 1985, offers classes primarily in drawing, painting, sculpture to adults and high-school teens. We teach students at all levels and provide a community of learning through lecture series, critique sessions, gallery exhibits, and a library. Our emphasis is on learning by...

McLean Community Center

in McLean
1234 Ingleside Ave, McLean, Virginia 22101

The McLean Community Center (MCC) was built and is funded by residents of Greater McLean for their use through a real estate tax surcharge, the result of a 1970 bond referendum (Small District 1A-Dranesville). The Center also receives money from fees and charges and relies on volunteers, gifts, and donations to expand its program. An eleven-member...

Artistic Artifacts

in Alexandria

Artistic Artifacts is a creative resource for fabric, fiber, and mixed media art products sold online store and our shop in Alexandria, VA as well as shows around the country. We also offer a wide variety of classes and workshops. Our goal is to be the source of Creative Finds for the Creative Mind.

Wear Ever Jewelry Studio School

in Alexandria
1112 King St 1st Fl, Alexandria, Virginia 22314

​About Us: Wear Ever Jewelry Gallery and Studio School in historic Old Town Alexandria sells hand-crafted jewelry by a curated selection of US-based artists and offers small-group classes in jewelry making in a light-filled, well-equipped studio. About Jennifer Park: Jewelry is so much more than just body adornment. An extraordinary piece of art...

Yellow Barn Studio

in Bethesda
7300 MacArthur Blvd, Washington, District of Columbia 20812

The Yellow Barn Studio and Gallery, which operates in cooperation with the National Park Service and The Glen Echo Partnership for Arts & Culture, is one of the anchor residences of Glen Echo Park, Maryland. The Yellow Barn was founded in 1994 by Walter Bartman, a nationally recognized teacher and artist who aimed to establish a community of artists....

Looped Yarn Works

in Dupont Circle
1732 Connecticut Ave, Washington, District of Columbia 20009

Looped Yarn Works is located in the heart of Washington, DC. We offer a beautiful selection of yarns, fibers, books, patterns and notions. Our experienced staff is friendly and always ready to help. We have knit and crochet nights, classes, special events, meet ups and much more to keep you coming back. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of life...

Glen Echo Glassworks

in Glen Echo
7300 McArthur Blvd, Glen Echo, Maryland 20812

Glen Echo Glassworks is the Washington, DC area’s first glass school, and continues to provide one of the only area studios for blown glass instruction, exhibitions and special programs under the direction of artist Paul Swartwood.  Classes are offered year round for beginner through advanced levels and open studio time is available for experienced...

Sam D’Amico Photography

in Penn Quarter
718 7th St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

Sam D’Amico Photography intends to be a learning resource for photographers who want to study photography and camera operation. Most classes require nothing more than your interest in how to create better photographs. Regardless of your level of experience, whether your choice of camera is a point and shoot or a fully manual SLR, chances are that...

Color Me Mine

in Silver Spring
823 Ellsworth Dr, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910

Color Me Mine is a paint it yourself ceramic studio located in downtown Silver Spring welcoming walk-in painters and hosting a variety of events in the studio. We also work with schools, nursing homes, daycare centers, churches and other business to bring creativity into a variety of programs.

Casa Italiana Language School

in Judiciary Square
595 1/2 Third St, NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20001

We've been called a corner of authentic Italy in the heart of Washington DC, and for good reason. At Casa Italiana Language School, we believe learning the Italian language and culture should be fun. With courses designed to engage our students and let them learn effortlessly, Casa Italiana promises to deliver an experience beyond the basic process...

Beadazzled

in Falls Church
444 West Broad St, Falls Church, Virginia 22046

For more than 20 years Beadazzled® has been providing an ever-expanding array of beads, jewelry, and crafts from all over the world to the Washington, Baltimore, and Northern Virginia area. Now bead enthusiasts worldwide can also shop Beadazzled® online at www.beadazzled.com Nationally and internationally recognized as a leader in the industry, Beadazzled®...

DC Glassworks

in Hyattsville
5346 46th Ave, Hyattsville, Maryland 20781

DC GlassWorks started from a simple idea that artists in DC needed a place to realize their work in hot glass. From the start, DC GlassWorks was built to be a well maintained studio with professional equipment that was open to all persons in the DC Metro area. Over the years, we have expanded the amount of equipment, opened up the metal fabrication...

Arts Club of Washington

in Downtown, Washington, D.C.
2017 I St NW, Washington, District of Columbia 20006

When Timothy Caldwell, a wealthy businessman from Philadelphia, decided in 1806 to build “the handsomest house in the Capital City,” little did he dream that it would one day serve as home for President Monroe, ambassadors foreign and domestic, the nation’s first weatherman, and the city’s oldest club devoted to the arts. But that and more...