Registration for fall classes begins on Aug. 21 for residents, and Aug. 28
for non-residents. Adults can choose from a variety of ceramics
courses, as well as classes in drawing, painting, jewelry fabrication
and photography. Children
and teens can experience classes in ceramics, painting, drawing,
stop-motion animation, and photography. We will also offer a
Creative Mapping class that ties in with our fall exhibition, Front Yard/Backstreet. Check out our
fall catalogue to get all the details on our upcoming classes and workshops.
the Art Center Team
Seeking a part-time job in the arts? The
Gallery Shop at the Art Center is currently in search of a part-time
Sales Associate to work Saturdays and Sundays. This position is perfect
for someone who loves to work with the public
and has some previous customer service or retail experience. To apply,
email Gallery Shop Manager Elizabeth Evans, at email@example.com.
The Art Center is also seeking a Project LOOK! Coordinator to oversee
the day-to-day operations of the
Art Center’s school tour program for grades K-12; and a House Manager
to provide facility support, coordinate set up and equipment needs, and
provide security during special events and rentals. More information on
these positions is available on the City of
job opportunities web site.
Your Daily Painting Practice
Join Ann McMillan for an overview of painting skills! During this two-day
Daily Painting Practice workshop we will explore color mixing and
composition, how to set up a quick painting kit, and create paintings
with strong shapes and clean colors. The focus will be on authentic
observation of still life and landscape subjects.
Discover the fun of painting in this colorful workshop!
School Art Classes at Mitchell Park
Is your middle school student interested in technology and art? The Art Center is offering three afternoon classes in the
Mitchell Park Adobe Tech Classroom this fall. Digital Photography,
Stop-Motion Animation, and Film & Time-Based Art are
the perfect opportunity for creativity and skill building. These classes
are for anyone who wants to explore artmaking in the digital world. For
more information and registration, go
The Palo Alto Art Center is your place to discover art.
The Palo Alto Art Center, Division of Arts and Sciences, City of Palo Alto is funded in part by grants from
Silicon Valley Creates and the Palo Alto Art Center Foundation. The Palo Alto Art Center Foundation gratefully acknowledges support from
the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Yellow Chair Foundation, private donations, and members.