Our Community Arts Education Program
For nearly 15 years, Saratoga Arts has been dedicated to offering quality fine art and fine craft classes, taught by regional artists, to students of all ages and at all artistic levels. In that time we’ve grown our program to its current capacity, where it now serves over 950 students a year and works with nearly 50 art teachers. Located in the Arts Center at 320 Broadway in Saratoga Springs, Saratoga Arts has several fine arts classrooms, a weaving studio, a 110-seat theater, and three gallery spaces. We have on occasion, when our facilities can not accommodate a class, offered classes off-site as well.
Registering for classes at The Arts Center is easy!
Students registering online can pay through our secure web server with a credit card and will receive an electronic confirmation once their registration form has been received. Just click on the “register now!” link (located below or adjacent to each class description) for the class or workshop you are interested in.
Register via Email
Students can register via email by contacting Alisa Forman, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com. All email registrations must include the following information:
Payment Method (this can be a credit card or student can note they will be paying by cash or check)
Any registration received via email is a formal registration and all cancellation and payment policies apply. Students will receive a confirmation email once registration is received and processed.
Register by Phone
Students can call 584-4132 ext 201 to register by phone.
Any registration received by phone is a formal registration and all cancellation and payment policies apply.
Register by Mail
Students can download, print and fill out Saratoga Arts’ Registration Form and mail completed forms to:
Saratoga Springs NY 12866
2018-2019 Community Arts Education Program and scholarships are supported by the The John Winter Family Fund, Saratoga’s Community Federal Credit Union, Stewart’s Holiday Match Program, CDPHP and The Saratoga Springs Walmart! The legacy of John R. Winter, Jr. comes from his understanding that all young people have vast potential but that many youths need opportunities to encourage and foster the development of their God-given talent. Through his generosity in creating the John Winter Family Fund, he established a source that can be used to allow more participation in programs such as the Saratoga Arts childrens’ camps.