Saratoga Arts' mission is to enrich the region by
cultivating a vibrant arts community and by
ensuring that the arts are accessible to all.

Events

INTERMEDIATE IMPROV COMEDY with David Braucher This class is open to those who have taken an Improv Comedy class with David previously. Students will build on already established skills and techniques. Students will continue to explore spontaneous scene-building through exercises such as Contrapuntal Argument, Status Transactions, Contact, and Explore & Heighten. Object work will be […]

INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED PHOTOGRAPHY with Thom Williams Intermediate photography is designed for students to start playing with photography and to help students find their own voice and style as a photographer. Instructor and photographer, Thom Williams, will explore many different techniques, equipment (lighting, lenses, etc), styles, and topics to further expand the tools available to […]

INTERMEDIATE – ADVANCED PASTEL with Carolyn Justice Students will learn to interpret more complex subjects, explore contemporary directions in drawing, and continue to develop a mastery of technique. There is also more emphasis on originality and the development of a personal style.  Students will further develop their skills and abilities, and be encouraged to find increasingly […]

OPEN STUDIO – FIGURE DRAWING  The Open Studio sessions offered by Saratoga Arts are great practice for any artist interested in working from a live  model, without the formality of a class.  Open Studio sessions are informal group meetings where artists can talk about their work, share ideas and discuss a variety of methods and mediums.  There is […]

with Linda Schultz Nature is the heart of Chinese Brush painting. It is intended to be a meditative and spontaneous art form, capturing the essence of an image or idea with very little attention to precise details. Come and learn the basics for this meditative art form. Using the “Four Treasures”, the brush, ink stick, […]