You can register for classes online or over the phone, call Grace at 541-345-1571, or
email [email protected] for more information.
Masks will be encouraged but optional for all students, instructors, volunteers, and staff members.
MKAC will not require proof of vaccination for adult students. MKAC has never required proof of vaccination for our youth or young adult students.
We have made changes to our Education Program for this upcoming term by limiting our class sizes to a maximum of 10 students for our Adult classes, 10 students for our Young Adults, and 12 students for our Youth programs.
All staff members, instructors, and education volunteers will need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. Exemptions may be made only for eligible medical or religious reasons. There will not be an option to opt out for other reasons or choose testing in lieu of vaccination.
*These policies are subject to change based on current Covid-19 conditions and OHA guidelines/recommendations.*
We are currently offering scholarships for 50% of the cost of tuition for classes. Scholarships are available for all age groups through the Susi Larsen & Cameron Serbu Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Madeline Christenson Scholarship Fund.
To be considered applicants must fill out the application prior to registration and payment. If awarded applicants will be contacted for the remaining payment.
Develop your artistic style through new techniques and tricks as you explore the world of comics and illustration to take your drawing to the next level.
Learn new painting skills and techniques as you explore color theory to help you create beautiful masterpieces in different painting mediums.
Develop new ways of thinking about photography by experimenting with alternative processes including cyanotype and lumen printing! Discover the art of solar printing.
Get ready to experiment, bring your stories and characters to life, and develop new skills through digital drawing! Tablets will be provided for all students to work on.
Discover the world of sustainable art. Learn how to create artwork using everyday materials that might otherwise be discarded.
Learn how the screen printing process transforms your ideas into graphic designs to be printed on your own shirts, tote bags, banners, and more!
Do you have a budding artist? It may be time for Private Art Lessons at the Art Center! Private Lessons are available for Youth (ages 6-10) and Young Adults (ages 11-16). Lessons will include (4) one-hour sessions with an Art Center Instructor. Weekly meetings. Lessons are available in a variety of drawing and painting mediums and are customized to fit each student's creative interests and schedule.
Interested in group Private Lessons? We understand during these trying times that you may be experiencing varying degrees of comfort when it comes to being in public spaces, but that you may still be looking for moments to socialize with others.
We will now be offering Group Private Lessons for our Youth and Young Adult age ranges. These lessons will be limited to 6 students who are around the same age. The lesson will be focused on drawing and painting activities.