Art Center Policies

Winter Weather: if it is a snow day for the Auburn Enlarged City School District, Art After School will be canceled.

Payment is required for all art classes at the time of registration. No refunds within one week of class start date. Classes often fill up, so we encourage you to register early!

If the Art Center cancels a class you will be notified. When a class is cancelled, your enrollment fee may be credited towards another class or may be refunded in full.


Learn to master the art of the self portrait, just as the masters did! Ever wonder how Van Gogh painted himself?  Or how Andy Warhol chose the bright colors of his self-portraits?

Learn how to make self-portraits and portraits through the eyes of many of the world's most famous artists. From Picasso to Frida Kahlo, we will have fun learning and creating unique versions of each other and ourselves!

Scholarships are available! Please call or email for details. 

When: 3:45 to 5:15 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 5 - March 18, 2020 (No class Feb. 19)
Who: 6-10
Teacher: Joy LoPiccolo
Cost: $60 members/ $75 non-members

To register, please click here or call the Art Center at 315.255.1553.

Winter Art Camp: Woven Dream Flags for All

Young artists will be challenged to create a dream flag based on their dreams for the future of their world using the mediums of yarn, loom, recycled materials, cloth and other mediums. For this project, students will observe an interactive slideshow presentation about the timeless art of weaving on a loom using a variety of textiles.  Students will learn that different cultures around the world have created hand woven textiles for thousands of years. After observing the slideshow presentation, students will explore and compare how different cultures created textiles and discuss how they can take part in their future using United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a focus. 

Students will problem solve one creative way in which they can “leave no one in our world behind” and design their dream flag that show color choices; pattern; use of beads; ribbons; pipe cleaner; recycled materials and tassels. Students will learn how to loom, draw on cloth, watercolor, design, sew, tie knots and display their artwork as a collaborative piece for future art shows, in school and in the community. 

Scholarships are available.  Please email Davana at for details.

When: Tuesday-Friday, February 18-21, 9am-Noon
Who: 6-10
Teacher: Jessica Rice
Cost: $90 members / $110 non-members

To register, please click here or call the Art Center at 315.255.1553.