RADNOR, PA — The Wayne Art Center is back on a busy schedule of classes after several years of restricted classes due to the pandemic.
The center offers classes in art, music and culinary techniques for children, youth and adults of all levels.
Classes include painting, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry making, pastels, stained glass, and classes in French, Spanish, and Moroccan cuisine, as well as wine pairing and more.
Both in-studio and online fall classes begin on Monday 19th September.
For the autumn classes, spacious studios are set up in light-flooded rooms with a view.
During a tour of the facility on Wednesday afternoon, Nancy Campbell, chief executive, proudly said the instructors are skilled artisans, craftsmen and musicians and teach at all levels.
In a spacious room, about a dozen ceramists in a pottery camp created pottery in deep concentration.
Sculptures and gardens decorate the outside of the complex. The facility is connected to a hiking, jogging and cycling trail.
There is a gift shop with handmade jewelry, paintings, pottery and more.
The center is offering a youth and teen program starting October 26 and is open to enrollment. Private lessons are also possible.
The Wayne Art Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching the community through art.
Since its inception in 1931, the center has established itself as a major cultural resource, welcoming artists from around the world who share their passion and dedication to the visual arts.
Registration information for courses is available here or by phone 610-688-3553.