Still Time To Register For Summer Art Workshops

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RAHWAY – Registration is still open for Arts Guild New Jersey’s summer art workshops for both kids and teens. The workshops are taught by skilled professionals, many who teach college level courses. They will be held during the last two weeks of July and first two weeks of August.

Visit the Art Classes page at www.agnj.org to register/pay with a credit card or visit Arts Guild New Jersey’s office at 1670 Irving Street, Rahway, during office hours (Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.)

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Workshops for kids (ages 7-11), are offered in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Collage (2-D and 3-D), and Cartooning. Each class is held for 90 minutes daily, Monday-Friday, for one week. Tuition for each five-day class is $60. Class times are staggered, so enrollment in more than one class is possible. Children may take classes during multiple sessions to work on varied projects. Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture are offered each week, July 18-22, July 25-29, August 1-5, and August 8-12. Cartooning is offered for two weeks, July 18-22 and July 25-29. Collage is also offered for two weeks, August 1-5 and August 8-12.

Workshops for teens (ages 12-16), are offered in Japanese Anime/Manga-style Cartooning, Acrylic Painting, and Sculpture. Each class is held for 2 hours daily, Monday-Friday, for one week. Tuition for each five-day class is $75. Class times are staggered, so enrollment in multiple classes is possible. All teen workshops are offered during the weeks of July 25-29 and August 1-5.

For more information on Arts Guild New Jersey’s summer art workshops, call 1-732-381-7511 or visit www.agnj.org. Registration is on-going until classes are filled.


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