At Sun Valley Museum of Art, we champion the importance of lifelong learning opportunities for curious thinkers of all ages.
SVMoA's adult and teen classes offer intimate, exceptional learning experiences in an inspiring setting with local and nationally recognized artists. For kids and families, we provide opportunities for discovery through hands-on, sensory play and artmaking that engage multiple generations, build confidence, and encourage self-expression. All of our classes and workshops are intentionally small, allowing individual instruction and interaction, and accommodating a range of student levels and interests.
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
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Classes & Workshops FAQs
Locations vary depending on the class; the majority of youth and adult classes take place at the Hailey Classroom (314 Second Avenue South, Hailey). Classes also take place in the Museum in Ketchum, (191 Fifth Street East, Ketchum). Please check your confirmation email to verify your class location.
We are fortunate to be able to offer classes and workshops generously sponsored by patrons to subsidize the cost and make it more affordable to you. The skill level of the class also affects the price, introductory classes tend to be less expensive where master level classes require a higher level of instruction. In most cases, reduced tuition is available—please inquire. For more information contact Sophie Sawyers, Director of Learning & Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sun Valley Museum of Art offers reduced tuition for classes. For questions regarding reduced tuition opportunities, please contact Sophie Sawyers, Director of Learning & Engagement at email@example.com.
SVMoA offers a variety of classes for Adults, Teens, Youth, and Families. Most classes are appropriate for beginners unless otherwise noted. All classes include an "Age and Ability" statement to help guide participants into appropriate programs and workshops. If you have any questions, please contact Sophie Sawyers, Director of Learning & Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All our classes have an "Age and Ability" statement to help guide participants into appropriate programs and workshops. Adult classes are generally designed for individuals 16 to 18 and older. Spouses and children of participants may not attend without purchasing an additional registration. Exceptions may be made depending on class and instructor. Please inquire for more information.
Classes are refunded in full if you cancel your registration before the cancellation reimbursement deadline. If you have to cancel your registration for a class after the deadline, we are unable to provide you with a refund.
Yes, we offer various classes for teens and youth! Each summer, we offer a summer art camp for kids entering grades 3–5 and a week of art for middle school students entering grades 6–8. Teen Workshops are available on select days throughout the year.
We do not offer an after-school program at this time. But please check back again soon — we are always developing new programs!