Spring 2017 SESSION courses open for registration.
HERE for an interactive at-a-glance listing of courses with hyperlinks to SPRING 2017 course descriptions.
SUMMER 2017 KidART Camps and TEEN Studio course registration is OPEN! View Camps AT-A-GLANCE
Guide to Courses
Ongoing Classes & Workshops
Ongoing classes are designed to provide students the opportunity for continuous learning in an open, individualized studio environment. New students are welcome at any time unless otherwise noted. To fit your schedule, you may register for ongoing classes by choosing specific dates you wish to attend. Discounts will be applied when registering for four or more dates in a single transaction.
Workshops provide an in-depth class experience and are offered for a finite period. Students enrolling for a workshop are required to pay for all dates at the time of registration.
Member vs. Nonmember pricing. If you wish to join our community you will receive discounted pricing for both Ongoing classes and Workshops. If you decide not to join our community, you are still welcome to register for Ongoing classes and Workshops paying a higher registration fee. Discounted volume pricing for Ongoing classes will be applied whether you are a member or not.
Open Figure Studies. Throughout the year, members of the Art Students League of Denver can gain experience drawing, painting or sculpting from a live model.
Guide to Ability Levels
Guide to Student Ability Levels
Students have limited or no experience in the fundamentals of art or in a specific art medium.
Students have a good foundation in the fundamentals of art including the principles of design and composition, and a level of proficiency in the technical aspects of a given medium.
Students have technical mastery of a given medium and the fundamentals of art, and are interested in cultivating and exploring a personal aesthetic.
Students from experienced beginners to advanced will have individualized instruction within the given structure and definition of the class. A range of student abilities will be represented.
Guide to Ages
A Guide to Ages for Youth Programs
By registering for camp, you agree to enroll your child for the appropriate camp(s) based on your child's age at the time that the camp occurs. If your child is 3 months younger or older than the designated age range at the time the camp occurs, you may register them for the camp you feel is most appropriate.
Ages 16 and up may register for most adult courses. A parent release form is required for ages 16-17 for courses using a figure model. Please click here for a Parental Release Form.
Art and Color Theory
Business of Art
Mixed Media and Fiber Art
Business of Art