Art Classes for Ages 4 - 17
To get started, register for a tryout class below.
Tryout class tuition 试课费: $49
Class tuition (semester pay): $49 per class
Class tuition (monthly pay): $224per month ($56 per week for partial month)
Semester & sibling discounts available 一次付清整学期学费有优惠 / 兄弟姐妹一起报也享有优惠
In-class materials are always included in the tuition.
NOTE (especially important if your student is under 6 years old): Please read our visitation and parental supervision faq before registering.
注意（特别是六岁以下孩子）：在注册前，请阅读我们的常见问题visitation and parental supervision faq
Our weekly art classes focus on developing each student's creativity, building social & leadership skills, and honing technical artistic skills. Our curriculum is designed to engage students in fun, interesting, and challenging projects.
Each Hongyun Art Class has only 6-8 students with 1 teacher. Many classes also have assistants to ensure each student is engaged and supported during their class session.
Congratulations to Michelle T. (Age 16, Red Cloud) for her 1st place win in Numu's annual juried high school exhibition entitled ArtNow. Michelle is one of 8 1st place winners out of 1400 entries! Congratulations Michelle! WOOOOO!!!
Congratulations to Shreyas R. (Age 14, Orange Cloud) for winning the Saratoga Utility Box Art Competition!
Happy Earth Day everyone!
Happy 9th Birthday to Abigail!!
Great job to the Earth Day flyer team!
Hongyun Students get FREE faceprint and 50% off any product at our booth!
Woohoo!!! Thailand! We visited Thailand to see a potential future for Myanmar. And of course to travel, have fun, and get immersed in one of the most interesting cultures in Asia!
Thanks for coming out to the TA bowling event!! Hope everyone had a fun time! Woohoo!!!
Congratulations to Audrey G. (Age 12, Red Cloud) for receiving Honorable Mention in the National Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. This is an important nationwide annual competition that attracts tens of thousands of entrants! Great job Audrey!
Wow! Our third visit to Myanmar was an awesome trip! We visited a school in a small village as well as a school for children of political prisoners. It was very eye opening and interesting to meet everyone