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Adult & Teen Workshops & Classes

NEW online classes and workshops available for Fall 2020!

The museum has decided after much deliberation that for both the safety of our students and instructors we will be offering virtual online classes instead of in person classes. Although we are not in our physical classrooms that doesn’t mean that we will not be providing our same hands on, educational, fun, and relaxing experiences, just in a different way and in some ways even better! Almost every one of our twenty Fall offerings are completely new, including bringing on four new instructors, new community collaborations, and all new art mediums such as wood burning, anime drawing, pumpkin carving and more!  De-stress and take some time for yourself to learn something new, have fun, and meet new people safely.

Check the Links Below for the Latest Offerings

View our Fall School of Art Adult offerings PDF Flyer

The CMA offers courses available in a wide range of media, scheduled for weekdays and weekends throughout the day and evening, there's a class to fit every schedule, budget, and interest! Courses are available for adults plus children and teens, (including a Summer Art Camp).

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UPDATE: Dear School of Art Students,

Here is an update on classes, artwork pick up, and answering some of your frequently asked questions. We have been busy working hard on many new and exciting School of Art activities at the Canton Museum of Art:

• All artwork is available for pick up during regular museum hours. 

• A variety of all new online virtual classes start in September/October. In-person classes will not be held this Fall to ensure both our instructor’s and student’s safety.  Fall classes are online now!

• Ceramics students wishing to clean out lockers and finish glazing remaining work will be able to sign up for a ticketed time slot: This is to ensure that we do not have too many people in the ceramics studio at one time. Ceramics studio hours will not be available to create new student work or trim work, only to finish glazing work. Cleaning and sanitizing procedures (listed in the room) will need to be implemented by anyone using the space.  

Thank you everyone for your support, patience and understanding during these unprecedented time. We sincerely hope that we will see you for online classes or at the museum very soon!



To withdraw from a class and receive a full refund, please contact the Museum Art Education Department (5) days before the scheduled class start date (; (330) 453-7666 x108). Consideration may be taken in cases involving emergency situations.

This (5) day policy allows the Museum time to purchase class materials, contact teaching staff with enrollment information, and permits the Museum time to contact wait-listed students.

Each class must meet a minimum enrollment requirement. If the minimum enrollment requirement is not met, the class is subject to cancellation. Registrants will be notified of cancellations by email no less than 24 hours before the scheduled class start date and will receive a full refund. 

The Museum may cancel classes due to severe weather conditions. If the museum closes, our website will be updated and students will be notified via email or by phone. Upon cancellation, a make-up class will be scheduled at the discretion of the instructor.

Please be advised that digital imaging and video are recorded by the Canton Museum of Art for promotional use including websites, social media, printed media, marketing materials, and other publications. By entering the Canton Museum of Art, you consent to the museum using your image and likeness for these purposes. If for any reason you would not like you or your child’s image to be used please notify your instructor at the beginning of your event or class. 

In the event reasonable attempts to contact emergency contact info is unsuccessful, the museum will (1) administer basic treatment deemed necessary by CMA staff or (2) transfer the child to any hospital reasonably accessible if necessary.

Neither the Museum nor its staff are legally responsible in the event of a mishap, personal injury, damage or loss of property that may occur during classes.


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