Summer Term 2022 at The Studio School

Summer’s here and The Studio School is back in full effect, offering both in-person and online class options. Thank you to our Spring Term students that helped make The Studio School’s in-person return safe and successful. We’re looking forward to continuing the fun this summer. For those students who work or attend school during the year, summer is the best time to take all of your desired classes. Summer 2022 Term starts July 11th and continues through September 11th. View our class schedule and full catalog listings here to register now.
Download the Class Schedule HERE.
Download Class Catalogue HERE.
All visitors age five and older must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Wearing face masks is strongly encouraged.
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The Studio School at Palos Verdes Art Center is an art education facility that is based on a quarterly schedule system. We offer youth, beginning, intermediate, and advanced level courses for all ages.  Courses in various media mediums such as painting, printmaking, ceramics, drawing and illustration, art theory, digital design and more can be found in our academic course catalog. We are deeply committed to providing an equitable student-oriented environment that is culturally responsive and free of discrimination of any kind. We believe in the power to educate, create, and inspire change in the future of art. The Studio School celebrates diversity, promotes progressive skill development, and provides resources geared towards nurturing the creative cohesiveness of the Los Angeles community.

PLEASE NOTE: Proof of vaccination is required for entrance to PVAC and wearing masks is strongly encouraged. READ the complete COVID-19 Vaccination Policy and download Attestation & Certification forms HERE.

For details, please contact Milli Moto, The Studio School Administrator at mm@pvartcenter.org.

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At The Studio School at Palos Verdes Art Center we believe in the power of art to ignite the imagination and be an agent for change. We stand united with our artists, educators and students in support of a democracy that celebrates diversity, promotes understanding, exhibits compassion and nurtures the creative spirit of our community. We are deeply committed to providing a welcoming environment free from discrimination on the basis of race, color, creed, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, age, or ability. Our mission is to provide equal access to arts for all.