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I've been searching for art lessons - drawing and oils - in central to east Toronto area. I'd prefer not to go to the larger places like OCAD; instead I'm looking for smaller classes with preferably people like me who aren't all that confident as a beginner *s*.
Any help would be hugely appreciated.
-- janine evans (email@example.com), January 03, 2003
You can take classes at Lynrich Arts, it's just north of Yonge and Steeles. It's an art supply store wiht a studio area in the back. It has a full selection of courses from painting to drawing, etc. Contact them at 905 771 0411. Hope this helps
-- Linda van Oort (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 30, 2003.
You can take classes at Richmond Hill Academy of Music & Arts, it's just north of Yonge and Major Mackenzei. You can check our web site @ www.rhaom.com We also are hosting an Art Exhibition on the March 26th @ 6:00. Bring your friends and family too. The Art that are going to be displaced are breath taking!
See you then
-- Mona (email@example.com), March 11, 2004.
It sounds like you'd love what Jolly Good Art is offering. They are in Richmond hill, Elgin Mills between Bathurst and Yonge. Have a look at their web site: jollygoodart.com and see their kids art gallery and adult art gallery and classes. Good luck!
-- Tanya Freedman (firstname.lastname@example.org), May 10, 2004.
You may also want to consider the Avenue Road Arts School, although the lessons are rather pricey. 460 Avenue Road Toronto, Ontario M4V 2J1 Tel: (416) 961-1502 email@example.com
Many libraries around the city also offer lessons for beginners. I myself took some at Barbara Frum library around Lawrence/Bathurst.
Actually, I'm looking for something right now, while I'm on my break from full-time art school. I just don't draw/paint unless there's someone telling me to!
-- Batya Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 09, 2004.