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Since opening its doors in 1998, the Art Academy of San Diego’s mission has been to provide education and opportunity to the artist in
all of us. We offer classes in drawing, painting, printmaking, jewelry, stained glass, and mosaic, and numerous techniques within each of these disciplines. Taught by professional artists, these classes will provide you with the creative outlet you have been seeking.

NEW CLASSES START EVERY 7 WEEKS

2017 SCHEDULE
Fall/Winter I : September 5 - October 21
Fall/Winter II : October 23 - December 16
THANKSGIVING BREAK: November 20 - November 25

2018 SCHEDULE
Winter/Spring I : January 2 - February 17
Winter/Spring II : February 19 - April 21
SPRING BREAK: March 26 - April 7
Spring/Summer I : April 23 - June 9
Spring/Summer II : June 11 - July 28
SUMMER BREAK: July 30 - September 1
Fall/Winter I : September 4 - October 20
Fall/Winter II : October 22 - December 14
THANKSGIVING BREAK: November 19 - November 24

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Testimonials from our students:

"Joining the painting class at the Art Academy is my personal therapy. I look forward to it every week and it's given me a creative outlet I don't get from my day job. I love painting for myself and being creative for myself, no clients to tell me what to do; no one's judging you or grading you, and even if it doesn't come out the way I planned it's the process and being around other creative creatures that I enjoy most."
Jessica Neville, May 2008
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"Art Academy is an environment where you can learn to paint with instructors who are artists themselves; paint with new and more accomplished students. Be inspired by both instructors and students to try new things."
Patricia Neuhoff, May 2008