Visual art classes and instruction at BW’s Community Art School provide challenging courses and a creative outlet for students of all experience levels. Refine your skills as an artist, or discover a completely new art form as a beginner to expand your skills. As an extension of Baldwin Wallace University, courses leverage resources and expertise of the University to provide the community with a high-level of instruction. Our classes provide a welcoming environment where students are free to create and explore their craft together.
CAS visual art classes are held at the Whistle Stop location, 611 West Bagley Road (2nd Floor), conveniently located a few minutes from Baldwin Wallace University’s main campus.
Jewelry making courses at CAS provide students ages 10 and up an opportunity to learn common techniques and principles in the art form. Classes are offered in 12-session courses, or individual 3-hour workshops for an immersive one-day experience. Common techniques covered include pendant making, sawing, filing, wire wrapping and beading. Jewelry making classes allow students freedom to create something individual to them using the techniques taught in class.
Drawing is a great way to begin your education in visual art! Classes are offered in 12-session courses throughout the academic semester. Introduction to Cartooning is offered for students ages 6-12, and Introduction to Drawing is available for students ages 13-adult.