Art-iculate offers art lessons for children, teens and adults, as well as advanced classes for those who like a challenge. A wide range of materials are used, from charcoal to oil paints and you’ll also get the chance to experiment with pottery, papier-mâché and other mixed media.
The Beeline Art Studio boasts a fully equipped studio in Sandton and offers lessons in oil painting, drawing, sculpture and photography, combined with basic art history. The studio is set in a tranquil environment, providing the perfect atmosphere for letting your creative juices flow.
iBi ARTWORX offers training for professional artists as well as classes for amateurs and hobbyists. All ages are welcome and students are taught basic drawing skills and get to work with ceramics, photography and other media.
iBi ARTWORX, Craighall, Johannesburg, South Africa, +27 83 600 4030
The Blue Door Print Studio was founded in 2002 by printmaker Collin Cole, who has over a decade’s worth of experience in the industry. Classes focus on numerous techniques, including silkscreening, intaglio, relief printing, as well as photo-mechanical processes from beginner to advanced levels.
At Mandy’s Art, students hone their skills at their own pace and beginners start with the basics of drawing and colour mixing. Whether you’re an advanced painter or simply enjoy creating in your spare time, classes can be joined at any point and the monthly fee includes basic materials.
Michael Smith offers art classes for adults and focuses on painting and drawing, all in an engaging environment. Regardless of your skill set, you’re bound to learn a lot. Michael, an artist himself, aims to instill a sense of understanding in his students, so they can create art in their own, unique style with confidence.
Classes are taught to all ages and skill levels by Cameron Annear and covers painting, drawing and sculpture making. Cameron wants students to develop their own style, instead of simply copying another. The groups are kept small and classes are often hosted outside with music playing in the background. There are also nude drawing sessions once a month.
Five experienced and talented ceramicists teach at The Pottery Studio in Bryanston. All skill levels are welcome to attend classes, and beginners will start with the basics of pottery. After getting to grips with various clay-forming techniques and the basics of clay and glaze composition, students can move on to more advanced projects.