It’s important that people have ways to express themselves. Whether that is through the clothes they wear, the kind of car they drive, or the way they style their hair, it’s important that people have an outlet to show off their inner beauty. Creating something artistic that is directly from the heart can be endlessly rewarding. If you don’t know where to begin or where to go to further your skills, don’t worry! Metro Detroit has plenty of art studios that will help you express yourself in the most rewarding way possible.
Whether you want to paint, draw, or do some pottery, the Creative Arts Studio in Royal Oak has you covered. The studio strives at being a great place for adults and children to learn how to make lasting art and find a new hobby to get passionate about. Be sure to check out their full calendar to see when specific classes are starting. If you want to just stop in for a visit, there’s no need to call ahead, you and your family can just walk in and start creating.
Pewabic in Detroit is not only home to exhibitions and events, but is also a place where you can learn pottery from the area’s best. Their hands-on workshop will teach you the basics of pottery and is a great group activity. They also offer open studio hours from 1:30 p.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, with extended hours on Thursday until 9 p.m.
The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center offers a wide range of art classes for all ages and talents. We’re not just saying that; no matter if you just started elementary school or are retired and are looking for a new hobby, the art center has a class for you. Check out their class list for yourself and discover that unfound talent.
The Paint Creek Center for the Arts, located in Rochester, features classes taught by experienced instructors and will help you in any area of art. They offer many classes Monday through Saturday, including open studio time. Become a member and enjoy discounts on all of their classes.
The Grosse Pointe Art Center is home to the community’s most beautiful art exhibits, and while most of the time they are created by other artists, there are plenty of opportunities for you to create some beautiful art yourself. From acrylic paintings, to charcoal drawings, and pastels, there are plenty of classes for you to get involved in. Be sure to check their class schedule every month as new classes are added.