scv-Arts& ntertainment Santa Clarita
Young at Art
Drawing / Painting / Sculpture
Tuesday / Wednesday
Level 1 - Tues 4pm
Level 2 - Wed 4pm
Cancelled Until Further Notice due to COVID-19
The following schedule will resume when conditions permit
TUESDAY (Beginning Students - RSVP Required)
4:00-5:00pm Young at Art (Ages 6-12)
5:45-7:00pm SCV-Art 101 (Ages 13-Adult)
WEDNESDAY (Level 2+ RSVP Required)
4:00-5:15pm Young at Art Level2+ (Ages 6-12)
5:45-7:00pm SCV-Art 201 (13-Adult)
SATURDAY Mountain View Painting ArtShop
12:00-2:30pm February 8 (15-Adult Acrylic / Oil)
RSVP via Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A confirmation email will be sent to you
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Class/Session Fees beginning Jan 2020
Registration fee: $20 - All Students
Young at Art Level 1 (4wk session) $ 109
Young at Art Level 2 ( 3wk session) $ 99
SCV-Art 101 (Adult/4wk Session) $ 119
SCV-Art 201 (Adult/3wk Session) $ 99
Painting ArtShop $ 59
Single Class Group Fee $ 35
Private Class (45-50mins) $ 75
(Class fees subject to change without notice. LIKE us on FB for discounts)
Art News & Events
Medium Acrylic Set
Young at Art - Levels 1 thru 4
Drawing, painting, sculpture introducing 3D forms, perspective, tonal value and color mixing. Completed works of art in a variety of mediums, ready-to-frame a treasure for years to come. Graduation certificates presented upon completion of each level.
SCV-Art 101 & 201 - Drawing & Painting
Drawing and painting for teens and adults.
Step-by-step instruction and/or gentle critique. No-pressure atmosphere. All levels welcomed.
FUNdamentals in drawing essential for successful, realistic works of art.
Beginning Oil/Acrylic Painting
The joy of painting awaits the artists enrolled in this session. Technique in classical painting styles. Freedom of expression, color mixing, blending and the keys to creating rewarding paintings to treasure for a lifetime.
Museum of the Bible Passages Exhibition Grand Opening SCV-Arts at Hobby Lobby Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita was one of only six US sites for the introduction to the Museum of the Bible, a small version of the massive site to open in Washington, DC (2017).
The Green family, owners of Hobby Lobby, a national chain store, postponed the build out to allow the Museum of the Bible Passages exhibition to run
through April 2016. The new Hobby Lobby Santa Clarita opened October 17, 2016.
SCV-Arts cohosted John 3:16 Day held at Museum of the Bible celebrated with different languages simultaneously saying the verse at exactly 3:16pm on 3.16.16.
Adult / teen / youth classes. RSVP today
Disney Animator Retires After 38 Years - His Journey
Disney animator, Ron Husband, retires after 38 years. His works include Pumbaa, Scar, and other classics. He is one of the first African-American animators at Disney.
Purchase his book
with Ron Husband"
The Prince, Pop-Art, and The Pietà
Prince Lorenzo de' Medici, descendent of Lorenzo the Great, and sponsor of Michelangelo's art and career, continues the journey in art with his collection. Prince Lorenzo is also a sponsor of the worldwide recreation of Michelangelo's "Pietà." u
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A Weistling Family Art Affair
(c) 2014 Brittany Weistling
Interview with Brittany
(c) 2014 Morgan Weistling
Maren Dougherty, Autry
Gloria and Bob Locke
Featured artist, Cecily Willis lights up the night with Single Mothers Outreach honoree, Kim Flores. The duo make history and a lifelong connection at the 2017 Empowering HeARTS exhibition and gala. Check out more of her award-winning works: http://www.cecilywillis.net
Featured SCV artist, Lorelle Miller, is a renowned street painter, travelling worldwide to bring "beauty amongst all the stuff that tries to bring us down."
Lorelle teaches oil painting in Santa Clarita. More info: email@example.com
We enjoyed featuring artist, Alan Schwartz. His are is relevant to today's culture. Find out why he likes art. More info visit:
MAFA, Monrovia Association of Fine Artists celebrates 50 years and we bask in the rays of sunlit art, music, and culture during the annual Festival of the Arts.
An exquisite exhibit: Los Angeles City Hall hosts a one-man exhibition featuring the works of renowned photographer,
Stephen T. Coleman - covering Los Angeles history and historic landmarks. Coleman is a 30+ year veteran photojournalist at KABC Los Angeles Channel 7.
Check out our coverage of the Art of News featuring fine art photography capturing news.
The City of Santa Clarita First Floor Gallery has a rotating exhibition. This one was a huge success: "Getting Your Foot in the Door" for abstract artists. See works that adorned the lobby and halls of the first floor at City Hall.
"The more I think about it, the more I realize there is nothing more artistic than to love others."
~Vincent van Gogh