Express Your Creativity with Art Classes in the Corridor

Express Your Creativity with Art Classes in the CorridorAre you in a bit of a funk lately? Do you want to try something new or reignite an already existing passion? If so, what better way to do so than by attending an art class? Creating art will help you express yourself, improve your mood, and reduce stress. Here is a list of art classes in Addison you can attend if you want to get creative. 


A collaboration between Painting on Purpose and Fly Society Group, Paint-N-Slip is a chance for you to create art your way while having a ton of fun. Hosted on the first Sunday of every month, this two-hour event has a new theme for guests to paint every time. Held at Café 214 in Addison, attendees can order delicious food and drinks during Happy Hour. To purchase tickets, please click on this link

Digital Training & Designs, Inc.

If you are more interested in digital art, Digital Training & Designs, Inc. offers a wide range of courses to help you hone your skills. A class is provided for the following Adobe applications: Acrobat, After Effects, Captivate, Dreamweaver, FrameMaker, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, and Premiere. The courses can be done on either a PC or Mac and are designed to meet your specific needs. For more information, including cost, class outlines, and how to apply, go to Digital Training & Designs, Inc.’s website

The Craft Guild

Pretty much every type of art class is offered at The Craft Guild. Whether you’re interested in clay and pottery, glass, metal, beading and jewelry, bookbinding, painting, or drawing, you can find it here. As a non-profit corporation, The Craft Guild hosts classes, workshops, and guest artists to provide high-quality instruction and training to people of all skill levels. The organization has plenty of activities year-round and lists all upcoming events on its website

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