Registration Now Open For Winter 2013 Classes At Arts Guild NJ

RAHWAY – Registration is now open for winter art classes for adults, teens (ages 12-16), and children (ages 7–11) at Arts Guild New Jersey. Winter classes begin the week of Jan. 14, 2013, including several new options, in addition to many familiar favorites. Classes meet once a week for eight weeks. Whether students are challenging themselves by taking their skills to the next level, or trying a new technique for the first time, there is something for everyone at Arts Guild New Jersey.

Adult classes, with both morning and evening options, include diverse and multi-level offerings in drawing, painting (oils, acrylics, and watercolor), and stained glass. Teen and kids classes meet after school or on Saturdays. Teen classes include drawing and Anime/Manga; and for kids, sculpture, drawing, and cartooning.

Four one-day Saturday workshops for adults (offered on either Feb. 23 or March 9, 2013) provide the opportunity to work with an artist in an exploration of: “Dynamic Figure Drawing and Anatomy”, “Botanical Art in Watercolor”, “Drawing the Human Portrait”, and “The Art of Pastels”.

For complete course descriptions and class schedules, access the online course catalog at (Art Classes page) or call 1-732-381-7511 to request a printed flyer. You will notice class locations specified next to each class description: either 1670 Irving for the traditional Arts Guild New Jersey building on Irving Street, or Senior Center Annex, 125 W. Milton Avenue, for the Annex space on Milton Avenue.

Registration is accepted online, in-person, or by mail. To register in person, visit the office at 1670 Irving Street in Rahway, Monday – Thursday, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. (use parking lot entrance). Cash and check payments are accepted in person or by mail; credit card payments are accepted online only.

All class space is limited, so early registration is encouraged to ensure enrollment. Members receive a $15 discount on adult classes and a $10 discount on classes for children and teens. To become a member visit and click on the Membership link.

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