Pratt Center for Art, Design and Community Engagement K-12
Thu, Oct 6 9:50am
Saturday Art School - Fall 2022

Since 1897, Pratt Institute's Saturday Art School has been offering a broad range of classes for children and teens. Saturday Art School classes encourage students to explore a variety of media, techniques, and approaches. This program underscores our belief that opportunities to learn art and design should be available to all ages. Saturday Art School is a teaching and learning laboratory; many classes are taught by art and design education students who are supervised by faculty. 

   Inclusive Art Studio: Ages 8-12

Spaces are still available in Inclusive Art Studio for ages 8-12. This class offers more individual support and encourages social interaction, community building, and self-expression through art making. It is offered in collaboration with the Creative Arts Therapy department. Register here for Inclusive Art Studio.

Please note that enrollment is closed for other Fall 2022 classes.


Tuition:  $320 per semester, $160 for additional sibling(s).
Financial Aid Tuition: $50 per semester.

Financial aid is available to students who qualify for the NY State Free/Reduced Lunch program. More information and the financial aid application can be found here. 

Financial aid is offered thanks to the generous support from the Selz Foundation. Please note financial aid is limited.

The mission of Pratt’s Center for Art, Design, and Community Engagement K-12 is to increase access to instruction in art and design for young people by leveraging the resources and expertise of the Institute to support school-age children, city-wide public schools, and youth-serving organizations. 

Pratt's K-12 programs are generously supported by the Con Edison Company of New York, Inc., Walter K. Hoerning Endowment Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, The Hearst Foundation, The Pinkerton Foundation, The Selz Foundation, Turrell Fund, The Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund of The New York Community Trust, New York Building Foundation, The Irma Holland Wolstein Endowed Scholarship Fund, individual donors, and Pratt Institute.  Pratt Young Scholars is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature

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