EDUCATION

At the Art Base, artists of all ages and abilities come together to engage their creativity, hone their technical skills, learn new processes and share in the alchemy of making art. The Art Base provides a vibrant schedule of art classes for adults and youth (both in school and outside of the classroom). We are always growing our partner and outreach programs and currently strive to make art accessible to the at-risk and under-served, including the developmentally disabled, teen parents and youth in addiction recovery.

YOUTH

Afterschool Art Clubs teach students the elements of visual art such as, line, shape, form, space, texture, value, color, perspective, and composition. Students create several original pieces of artwork including drawings, paintings and/or sculptures and in addition to learning artistic technique, students engage their imaginations.

Using a variety of different art materials, children will create sculptures, paintings, drawings, and mixed media artwork based on a monthly theme! The instructor will meet the participants at the Basalt Elementary School flagpole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

 

 

UNDER THE SEA
Liz Waters

Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30PM
March 6, 13, 20, 2018

For students entering grades 1 – 6

$45 Members/$60 Non-members

Using a variety of different art materials, children will create sculptures, paintings, drawings, and mixed media artwork based on a monthly theme! The instructor will meet the participants at the Basalt Elementary School flagpole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

THINGS WITH WINGS
Liz Waters
Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30PM
April 10, 17, 24, 2018 (no class on April 2)
For students entering grades 1 – 6

$45 Members/$60 Non-members

Using a variety of different art materials, children will create sculptures, paintings, drawings, and mixed media artwork based on a monthly theme! The instructor will meet the participants at the Basalt Elementary School flagpole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base. 

ALL THINGS PETS
Liz Waters
Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30PM
May 1, 8, 15, 22, 2018
For students entering grades 1 – 6

$60 Members/$75 Non-members

Using a variety of different art materials, children will create sculptures, paintings, drawings, and mixed media artwork based on a monthly theme! The instructor will meet the participants at the Basalt Elementary School flagpole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

Creativity Club
IN 3D
Chelsea Richards
Wednesdays, 1:50-4:30PM
March 7, 14, 21, 2018

$45 Members/$60 Non-members

The Art Base Creativity Club is designed to nurture creativity and help prepare students for a future of successful problem solving and critical thinking. Through the use of imagination or original ideas, students will be encouraged to explore new art materials and techniques and visually express themselves. The class will focus primarily on process as opposed to the finished product. The instructor will meet students at the Basalt Elementary School flag pole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

Creativity Club
PUPPET MAGIC
Chelsea Richards
Wednesdays, 1:50-4:30PM
April 11, 18, 25, 2018 (no class on April 4)

$45 Members/ $60 Non-members

The Art Base Creativity Club is designed to nurture creativity and help prepare students for a future of successful problem solving and critical thinking. Through the use of imagination or original ideas, students will be encouraged to explore new art materials and techniques and visually express themselves. The class will focus primarily on process as opposed to the finished product. The instructor will meet students at the Basalt Elementary School flag pole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

Creativity Club
Chelsea Richards
I ART NATURE
Wednesdays, 1:50-4:30PM

May 2, 9, 16, 23, 2018
$60 Members/ $75 Non-members

The Art Base Creativity Club is designed to nurture creativity and help prepare students for a future of successful problem solving and critical thinking. Through the use of imagination or original ideas, students will be encouraged to explore new art materials and techniques and visually express themselves. The class will focus primarily on process as opposed to the finished product. The instructor will meet students at the Basalt Elementary School flag pole immediately following school and pick up will be at the Art Base. Parents are welcome to drop off their child at the Art Base following school, and the Aspen Community School and Aspen Country Day School’s buses both drop off very near the Art Base.

Summer Art Camps are all-day/week-long programs designed to explore art fundamentals and community participation through hands-on art-making, gallery visits, and a final exhibition or event. Each week is themed-based and offers a creative art-making experience for all ages and abilities.

MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNTS
To receive a discount on classes, you must be a member of the Art Base. Annual memberships to the Art Base start at $50. In addition to discounts on all workshops for you and your family, you will receive invitations to all opening receptions and art talks. Memberships expire one year from date of purchase.

WHAT TO BRING
Art supplies are provided for all Summer Art Camps. Please pack a lunch, water bottle and two snacks for your child. Please dress your child for mess, and bring a hat, and sunscreen, as we will be spending time outdoors.

REGISTRATION POLICY
To cancel a registration and receive a refund, notify us at least 10 days before the start of your workshop, we will refund your payment less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made within 10 days of the start of the workshop. 

WAIVER/PHOTO RELEASE
Parents will complete a waiver/photo release on the first day of class. To print this out and complete ahead of time, please go to theartbase.com/education/summer art camps. Your child’s photo or video may be used by the Art Base, unless you otherwise specify on the waiver/release forms. Forms will be distributed prior to the start of the class or click here to download a fillable .pdf that you can complete and email to holly@theartbase.org.

WAITLIST
Please let us know if you would like to be placed on a waitlist for a sold-out class.

SCHOLARSHIPS
A limited number of need-based workshop scholarships are available for local families. Please email hannah@theartbase.org for a scholarship application.

SUMMER INTERNSHIPS
Summer internships are offered for those entering 8th grade and beyond who are interested and committed to learning and working in the visual arts. Internships are individually designed to the meet the needs of the intern, the Art Base programs and the administration. Internship responsibilities include teaching assistance, event support, studio maintenance, administrative duties and independent projects. Successful candidates will have a passion for the arts and enjoy working with students of all ages. If you are interested in pursuing an internship at the Art Base, please email hannah@theartbase.org for an application or download one here.

June 18 – 22, 2018
THE ART FORCE AWAKENS
Marge Dye
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 2 – 6

With Star Wars movies as inspiration, unleash the force of your creativity and imagination. Create a glow-in-the-dark galaxy and a Death Star painting, design and construct your own light saber, droid sculpture and X-Wing Fighter, and explore space slime recipes. May the arts be with you!

June 25 – 29, 2018
FAMOUS FASHION
Liz Waters
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 2 – 6

Design, repurpose, embellish, decorate and model your own wearable art! As a budding fashionista, study color, shape, line and texture. Learn illustration, pattern making, basic hand sewing, and beading in this this fabulous five-day fashion class. Theme: Summer of Love.

July 2 – 3 & 5 – 6, 2018
ARTVENTURE
Guinevere Jones
Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $225, Non-members $275
For students entering grades 1 – 6
A collaboration with the Roaring Fork River Conservancy

Discover the bugs, birds, animals, and fish that make Basalt their home. Investigate and illustrate aquatic insects, construct a 3D replica of Dee Dee the Fryingpan River Dipper and her nest, colorfully paint a river scene, print a fish, and design an ecosystem “mini-mural” at the Basalt skate park!

July 2 – 3 & 5 – 6, 2018
TEEN STUDIO
Marge Dye
Monday – Tuesday & Thursday – Friday, 10:00AM – 3:30PM
Members $225, Non-members $275
For students entering grades 6 – 9

Practice drawing with lessons on perspective, shading, shape, line, value, tone, and negative space. From realistic to graffiti, comic book or tattoo, use ink, pencil, pen, pastel or paint and choose a project that fits your style. You can even decorate a guitar or a trucker hat!

July 9 – 13, 2018
TAKE A STAND
Chelsea Richards
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 1 – 6
A collaboration with Youth Entity

Design and decorate the best wooden lemonade stand ever! Learn how to organize and operate a business and study budgeting, marketing and customer service. Then open your stand and save a little, share a little, and spend a little! Lemonade stand themes will revolve around the young entrepreneurs’ favorite charities and part of their proceeds will be donated to their chosen charity. Parents must assist their young entrepreneur on Lemonade Day, Saturday, July 14.

July 9 – 13, 2018
PROJECT PHOTOSHOOT
Summers Moore
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $290, Non-members $340
For students entering grades 4 – 7
A collaboration with Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

Using the farmyard animals at Rock Bottom Ranch as models, and the nearby scenery as a spectacular backdrop—learn to use composition, contrast, and lighting to shoot a great photograph. With the help of editing apps and professional printing services, create a polished photo book. Be the artistic director, artist and editor all in one!

To properly prepare for the class, students must bring their own iPad, iPhone, tablet, or smart phone with a working camera. We expect that students are familiar with their own device and bring it in a sturdy, protective case along with a charger. A list of applications to download will be emailed to participants in advance of the start date.

Rock Bottom Ranch, 2001 Hooks Spur Road 
in Basalt, CO
Register through ACES online at www.aspennature.org or over the phone 970.925.5756.

July 16 – 20, 2018
THE WIZARDING ART OF HARRY POTTER
Marge Dye
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 2 – 7

Step through Platform 9 3/4 and let all things Harry Potter be your artistic muse. Make a paper mâché Sorting Hat, create a one-of-a-kind magic wand (that even Garrick Ollivander would approve of), produce potions and bottles, craft a Big Book of Monsters, design your own Flying Golden Snitch and more! Celebrate the last day of class by making your own Butterbeer.

July 16 – 20, 2018
JUNIOR NATURE ILLUSTRATOR
Hilary Forsyth
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $290, Non-members $340
For students entering grades 4 – 7
A collaboration with Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

As a junior naturalist with an eye for design, meet farm animals, look for wildlife, and meander forests, wetlands, pastures, ponds and flower gardens. Capture and record your discoveries in a handmade field journal—all while sharpening your drawing skills with a published illustrator! Class culminates with an original acrylic painting and papier-mâché sculpture.

Rock Bottom Ranch, 2001 Hooks Spur Road
, in Basalt, CO.
Register through ACES online at www.aspennature.org or over the phone 970.925.5756.

July 23 – 27, 2018
PAW PRINTS
Rae Lampe
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 1 – 6
A collaboration with Lucky Day Animal Rescue

For all the pet lovers, paint “Clawed Monet” portraits of your favorite four-legged friends, create upcycled pet accessories and a 3D Pawcasso-style sculpture. Take home a fish in slime, a pet rock, or design a purrfect water dish. Special treat: enjoy daily visits from adoptable shelter pets.

July 30 – August 3, 2018
ANIMAL ART
Marge Dye
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $290/Non-members $340
For students entering grades 1 – 4
A collaboration with Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

From black hogs to chickens, barn cats to donkeys, cows, ducks and more—spend the morning learning about the habits and behaviors of different animals. In the afternoon, practice painting and drawing your favorite furry or feathered pal, and then bring it to life by creating a 3D papier mâché sculpture!

Rock Bottom Ranch, 2001 Hooks Spur Road
, in Basalt, CO.
Register through ACES online at www.aspennature.org or over the phone 970.925.5756.

July 30 – August 3, 2018
FANTASTIC FASHION
Madison Burke
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM – 3:30PM
Members $275/Non-members $325
For students entering grades 2 – 6

Design, repurpose, embellish, decorate and model your own wearable art! As a budding fashionista, study color, shape, line and texture. Learn illustration, pattern making, basic hand sewing, and beading in this this fabulous five-day fashion class. Theme: Unicorns and Dragons.

Holiday Art Clubs and Winter Wonderland classes focus on the winter landscape and offer creative art-making opportunities for a wide range of ages and interests. Students will use a variety of media to capture the magic of winter in the Roaring Fork Valley.

WINTER WONDERLAND
(Look for new classes December, 2018)

Designed as an alternative to skiing, or for working parents, these all-day art classes for kids focus on the winter landscape and offer creative artmaking opportunities for a wide range of ages and interests. Students will use a variety of media to capture the magic of winter in the Roaring Fork Valley.

FREE FAMILY CRAFTERNOONS
Dana Higbie
All Ages
Sundays, 10AM–12PM
May 6, 2018
Every Sunday during the Basalt Sunday Market
Free

Visit the galleries and participate in art and craft making for the whole family. Each month will feature a different art-full project. Bring your children and join in on the fun!


Register online, in person at 99 Midland Avenue in Basalt, or by phone 970. 927. 4123. With questions, please email info@theartbase.org.

ADULT

Week-long and weekend classes are offered year-round and include painting and drawing, sculpture, mixed media, and journaling with images. All abilities are encouraged, no experience is required!

2016-03-09 20.09.07SUPPLIES
All supplies are provided unless otherwise indicated. Supply lists are posted under the course description.

REGISTRATION POLICY
To cancel a registration and receive a refund, notify us at least 10 days before the start of your workshop, we will refund your payment less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made within 10 days of the start of the workshop.

TAB PUNCH PASS
Save 25% by purchasing a punch pass. ARTBASE Camp classes may be purchased individually, or by putting them on your TAB—an Art Base camp punch pass designed for the frequent class participant. TABS may be purchased in increments of four or eight and class reservations must be made in advance by contacting Holly: holly@theartbase.org/970.927.4123. Punch passes may be used when indicated on the course description.

MEMBERSHIP DISCOUNTS
To receive a discount on classes, you must be a member of the Art Base. Annual memberships to the Art Base start at $50. In addition to discounts on all workshops for you and your family you will receive invitations to all opening receptions and art talks. Memberships expire one year from date of purchase.

Image by Allison Stewart

AFTERNOON ART (for retirees)
Liz Waters

April 24, 2018 (every 4th Tuesday of the month)
Tuesday, 1:00-2:00P
$5 per class (includes supplies)

Eagle County Building – 0020 Eagle County Drive

Using a hands-on approach, participants will practice using a variety of artistic mediums to create a piece of artwork. Mediums and topics of discussion will include, but are not limited to, printmaking, painting, drawing, collage, abstraction, realism and figure representation. This class is designed for members of the local senior centers and adults in, or nearing, retirement. Open to all skill levels.

ART, HEALING & HOPE
Sheri Gaynor

Every Second Sunday of the Month, 10AM-12:30PM (First Sunday in October)
May 13, June 10, July 8, August 12, September 9, October 7, November 11, December 9
Free (limited to 12)
Collaboration with Calaway Young Cancer Center

Experience the power of community in an art class designed for healing, alleviating stress and decompressing while having fun! Explore your creativity and make connections, drawing insight from within. All experience levels are welcome
and the focus is on process, rather than the end result. Please bring a sketch journal. Journals will be available for purchase at the Art Base for $15.

NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY
Jeremy Swanson
April 21, 2018 (date changed due to weather forecast)
Saturday, 6-10:30PM
$75 Members/$90 Non-members
2 Punches

Capture stunning images of the night sky and transform the way you see the stars! Gain tips for shooting the Milky Way, light painting, and star trails, while practicing editing basics for final touches or touch-ups.

BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE ENCAUSTIC
Nicole Nagel-Gogolak
April 21 & 22, 2018
Saturday/Sunday, 12:30-4:30PM
$60 Members/$75 Non-members (one class) or 2 Punches
$100 Members/$125 Non-members (both classes) or 3 Punches

Research the ancient technique of encaustic painting, where hot wax is applied to wood panels and then learn to combine layers of colored wax to create opaque or translucent effects. Walk away with a small, finished encaustic painting!

WATERCOLOR FLOWERS
Amy Beidleman
April 25, 2018
Wednesday, 6-8PM
$35 Members/$45 Non-members
1 Punch

Using wildflowers as inspiration, create an original painting while exploring the different watercolor painting techniques. Study the methods of mixing and applying color either to a self-created drawing or a pre-drawn image (no prior drawing or painting skills necessary).

OPEN STUDIO – PAINTING
Jill Sabella
April 29, 2018
Sunday, 12:30-4:30PM
$30 Members/$45 Non-members
1 Punch
This is a great opportunity to work on your paintings in an open studio setting.  While no formal instruction will be provided, the instructor will work individually with each participant to answer questions, and give suggestions. Please bring your own supplies.

DREAM MEDIA
Wewer Keohane
May 5, 2018
Saturday, 12:30-5:00PM
$75 Members/$90 Non-members
2 Punches

Unlock your creativity using techniques from Wewer Keohane’s, PhD, Artful Dreaming class and form a mixed media artwork while incorporating techniques of collage, drawing, painting and assemblage. Students will draw inspiration from poetry, dreams, life experiences and symbols of the subconscious.

THE POWER OF TOOLS
John Bozza
Saturday, May 12, 2018, 12:30-4:30PM
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 6-8PM
$75 Members/$90 Non-Members
or 2 Punches

Explore the creative process using a sense of humor and basic power and hand tools. Create a sculpture out of a 3 foot log by learning how to really see an object in order to recreate it. Play with scale and color and end with a final piece that evokes feelings and inspires conversation.

HORSES, HORSES, HORSES
Summers Moore
May 20, 2018 (photo shoot)
Sunday, 12:30-4:30PM
May 22, 2018 (editing and printing)
Tuesday, 6:00-8:00PM
$75 Members/$90 Non-members
2 Punches

A Collaboration with WindWalkers

Through photography, study the beauty, grace and strength of horses. Discuss composition, contrast and lighting as qualities of a dynamic image and enjoy an introduction to photo editing applications and printing options. This class will be held at Windwalkers. Bring your own camera, smartphone, or tablet. May 20 class will be held at Windwalkers, May 22 class will be held at the Art Base.

LASER TRANSFERS
Mary Morrison – GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS
May 18, 2018
Friday, 12:30-4:30PM
$60 Members/$75 Non-members
2 Punches -All Golden paints and media provided

Experiment with a variety of acrylic and mixed media techniques that allow you to add laser printed photographs as elements of collage within paintings.

ACRYLICS MEDIUMS
Mary Morrison – GOLDEN ARTIST COLORS
May 19, 2018
Saturday, 9:30AM-12:30PM
$50 Members/$65 Non-members
2 Punches

Glass-like surfaces, marbled color flows, stained color fields or faux-encaustic looks are all possible when you know the right combination of mediums and paints.

WEEK OF WATERCOLOR
Sarah Peterson
June 11 – 15, 2018
Monday – Friday, 9:30AM–3:30PM
$350 Members/$400 Non-members

Practice the popular alla prima technique of using wet-on-wet watercolor and add the colors all at once, resulting in a fresh and translucent feel. Create works that have special cultural, religious or philosophical meaning.

BEGINNING WATERCOLOR
Sarah Peterson
June 16, 2018
Saturday, 9:30AM-3:30PM
$90 Members/$105 Non-members
3 Punches

Experiment with watercolor painting and the popular wet-on-wet alla prima technique. Experience firsthand Sarah’s individualized attention toward her students of all levels (no prior drawing or painting skills necessary) and focus on still life painting with flora/fauna influences.

RAINBOW TROUT WATERCOLOR
Amy Beidleman
June 20, 2018
Saturday, 3-6PM
$35 Members/$45 Non-members
1 Punch

Using a rainbow trout as a muse, explore the various elements of watercolor painting and practice the process of mixing colors and creating texture. No prior drawing or painting skills necessary.

ABSENCE AND PRESENCE
Laurie Doctor
September 11-13, 2018
Tuesday – Thursday, 9:30AM-5PM
$450 Members/$500 Non-members

The theme for 2018 is absence and presence.  The blank page, the white canvas– these are universal symbols of absence for the writer, painter, calligrapher, or maker. Fear and doubt often rise to the surface. It is humbling. How, I wonder, can I ever improve on the possibility inherent in this nothingness?

Absence is the creative force, the initiation, the spark, for the making of anything “new”.

In this class we will enter the temenos, the protected place of our making, and invoke the muse, our imagination and inner imagery. The class will be structured with periods of silence and guided exercises in writing, painting, and calligraphy.

ABSENCE AND PRESENCE
Laurie Doctor
September 15-17, 2018
Saturday – Monday, 9:30AM-5PM
$450 Members/$500 Non-members

The theme for 2018 is absence and presence.  The blank page, the white canvas– these are universal symbols of absence for the writer, painter, calligrapher, or maker. Fear and doubt often rise to the surface. It is humbling. How, I wonder, can I ever improve on the possibility inherent in this nothingness?

Absence is the creative force, the initiation, the spark, for the making of anything “new”.

In this class we will enter the temenos, the protected place of our making, and invoke the muse, our imagination and inner imagery. The class will be structured with periods of silence and guided exercises in writing, painting, and calligraphy.

OPEN STUDIO

Please call to inquire about open studio days and times.

Allison Stewart, Artist

Fourth Tuesday of the Month (excluding June, July and August)
AFTERNOON ART
Liz Waters
1:30-3:00P
$5 per class

In a fun and social environment, learn about current exhibitions at the Art Base and their historical context. Using a hands-on approach, participants will practice using a variety of artistic mediums to create work inspired by Colorado-based artists. Mediums and topics of discussion will include, but are not limited to, printmaking, painting, drawing, collage, abstraction, realism and figure representation. This class is designed for members of the local senior centers and adults in, or nearing, retirement.

FAMILY

FREE FAMILY CRAFTERNOONS
Dana Higbie
All Ages, $5/child
Sundays, 10:00am – 12:00pm
March 18, 2018
May 6, 2018

Visit the galleries and participate in art and craft making for the whole family. Each month will feature a different art-full project. Bring your children and join in on the fun!

Please contact us for details, info@theartbase.org

Register online at theartbase.org, in person at 99 Midland Avenue in Basalt, or by phone 970. 927. 4123. With questions, please email info@theartbase.org.

TEEN

The Claudette Carter ARTmentors is a program for high school juniors who are considering the arts as a career. Mentees are paired with professional artist mentors who help them learn firsthand what it takes to become a working artist. Mentees are introduced to the full cycle of the artistic process, from concept, creation, to promotion of the artwork, culminating in an exhibition at the Charles J. Wyly Gallery.

2018 mentors + mentees:

Nancy Lovendahl/Jaden Costello, Basalt High School
Nicole Nagel-Gogolak/Ashlyn Dunn, Aspen High School
Summers Moore/Anika Chapman, Roaring Fork High School

 

For info, please email info@theartbase.org

The Art Base provides a variety of internship opportunities year-round, with the majority offered in conjunction with the summer workshops.

Summer internships are offered for students entering eighth grade through  college who are interested and committed to learning and working in the visual arts. Internships are individually designed to the meet the needs of the intern, the Art Base programs and administration. Internship responsibilities include teaching assistance, event support, studio maintenance, administrative duties and independent projects.

Successful candidates will have a passion for the arts and enjoy working with students of all ages.

Click here for more information and to download an application.

Please contact us for details, info@theartbase.org

Register online at theartbase.org, in person at 99 Midland Avenue in Basalt, or by phone 970. 927. 4123. With questions, please email info@theartbase.org.

REGISTRATION POLICY

To cancel a registration and receive a refund, notify us at least 10 days before the start of your workshop. We will refund your payment less a $50 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made within 10 days of the start of the workshop.

Please register early

By registering early, you help to insure minimum enrollment, plus you don’t miss out on the class that you want to take. If we must cancel a workshop, you may receive credit toward a future workshop, or you may receive a full refund. $25 Early Bird Discount is available if you register one month prior to the start date of the class!

Membership

An annual membership to the Art Base is tax-deductible. Memberships include classes at the member price for a full year. Members receive all email updates and invitations to our events and exhibitions. Membership also includes admission into the Art Base’s annual open and summer membership picnic.