Click here to be redirected to our online registration system to view and register for upcoming classes. Select the semester you’re interested in and click search for a full list of classes during that time frame. You can narrow your search by selecting a “tag” such as “spring break” or “painting.”
We are usually able to accept walk-ins for most classes but we greatly appreciate having you register online in advance. In the case where space or supplies are limited, preference will be given to those who have registered. On the flip side, classes may be cancelled due to low advance registrations. You registering in advance helps us better prepare to give you a great art experience AND means that we’ll be able to notify you if there are last minute changes or notices for a class.
We offer classes for all ages and abilities with the goal of providing arts access to everyone. Our regular programming includes…
Free Art Days
FREE ART DAYS run for two hours one weekend day per month and are time for all ages to use our space and our materials to get creative. You can stay for a little (15 minutes) or stay for a lot (the whole 2 hours) or anything in between. Stop in any time to have some fun and make some beautiful art! Free Art Days are, well, FREE but donations are gratefully accepted. (Children under 12 must bring an adult or teen helper.)
Kids at heART
Kids at heART art days run for two hours usually one weekend day per month. These projects are geared toward elementary aged students but all ages are welcome with an adult helper. At Kids at heART we give a little art history and then provide technique instruction for kids (or adults!) to create a piece that will be ready to take home and display! Cost is $5 per child. You bring the child, we take care of the mess! (Children under 12 must bring an adult or teen helper.)
Art Day Camps
NEW! We are offering single half-day camps on select non-school days during the school year and throughout the summer. Tuition costs range from $30-$45 per day. Parents are not required to attend. Drop ’em off and know they’re safe and happy letting their creativity bloom!
ARTScool Summer Art Camp
ArtReach’s summer art day camps provide unique opportunities for children to create art projects led by a professional artists and instructors. Our 1st & 2nd grade camp consists of 3 half-day sessions. Our 3rd & 4th grade and Middle School camps consist of 5 half-day sessions. Tuition costs vary by age/length of camp. Parents are not required to attend. Drop ’em off and know they’re safe and happy letting their creativity bloom!
Teen Studio is a FREE class designed just for middle-school and high-school students. Parents are not required to attend.
Come use our space to get creative! During Open Studio you might find other art enthusiasts who can offer insight, suggestions, and opinions to help you improve your work. Sharing and collaborating is highly encouraged! There is no formal instruction, however. During Open Studio the following materials are available FREE for your use: Scratch Paper, Pencils, Colored Pencils, Basic Markers, Crayons, Erasers, Scissors, Scotch Tape, School Glue, Paint brushes, Water cups , Easels, & some donated items. Other items such as paints, specialty papers, and canvases may be available for purchase. All ages & abilities are welcome! Those under 12 must bring an adult. Open Studio is free but donations are gratefully accepted.
Canvas & Cookies
Looking for a fun activity for you and your spouse, or friends? How about you and your favorite teenager? OR maybe you’re looking for a creative activity to do while getting in some “me time?” Canvas and Cookies is the perfect class! ArtReach staff will teach participants step-by-step to replicate an acrylic artwork in a non-intimidating and laid back atmosphere. While there is guidance through the whole process, there is also great opportunity to use your own creativity as well to make your painting more unique if you wish. Plus, we have cookies. No prior art experience required! These classes are generally $25 per person.
Join ArtReach as we complete a fun Pinterest-based project in the colorful, laid-back atmosphere of our studio. We will provide the supplies, the space and the step-by-step instruction so you can leave with a fabulous project that you can take home ready to display and proudly say “I made it myself.” Sign up alone or with friends, and feel free to bring some snacks to enjoy while you work. It’s a guaranteed good time! Cost will vary.
Come color with us! Coloring is a great way to relax and tap into your creativity without pressure of coming up with a unique design. We have a variety of fun coloring sheets, markers, colored pencils, and crayons. All ages are welcome (those under 12 must have an adult present), especially adults! Coloring Nights are free but donations are gratefully accepted.
Use our studio space and tools to work on your favorite paper craft such as scrapbooking, card making, stamping, etc. As with our Open Studio we have the following materials available FREE for your use: Scratch Paper, Pencils, Colored Pencils, Basic Markers, Crayons, Erasers, Scissors, Scotch Tape, School Glue, Paint brushes, Water cups , Easels, & some donated items. We have large tables for you to spread out your work! Paper Crafting times are free but donations are gratefully accepted.
Stitch & B*tch
Bring your knitting, crochet, embroidery, or other needle arts to work on beside others and talk politely among yourselves. We have a large variety of acrylic yarn that you may use for free. Stitch & B*tch is free but donations are gratefully accepted.
Art for Seniors in Assisted Living
We are proud to partner with local assisted living facilities to provide art and craft classes for residents where they live. We hold these 1-hour classes by appointment. If you represent an assisted living facility and would like to find out more about having ArtReach bring art to your community, email Anna at email@example.com.
Art for Teens & Adults with Disabilities
We are also proud to partner with the Goodhue County Educational District STEP program and the Red Wing Community Education program to provide art enrichment classes for teens and adults with disabilities.
We are able to keep our classes affordable (or often free) thanks to the generosity of individual donors and grants from Xcel Energy, the WINGS Foundation, and the Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council. THANK YOU!