Boston’s Best Art Classes For Adults

December 30, 2013 11:00 AM
Boston’s Best Art Classes For Adults

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" Being an adult does not preclude visitors and residents of Boston from taking art classes. In fact, Boston has a thriving adult art education community. Whether individuals are looking for classes that combine social outings with art or more intense classes, Boston has a place to go. Learn to paint landscapes, draw people, blow glass and much more at single studio classes, ongoing classes and even bars.

Harvard Museum of Natural History Adult Classes 26 Oxford St. Cambridge, MA 02138 (617) 495-3045

The Harvard Museum of Natural History does more than just teach visitors about the creatures, both flora and fauna, that are on exhibit there. It also teaches adults how to draw them at its various art classes. Examples include drawing classes capturing flowers, butterflies and trees. This is the perfect place for adults who plan to draw outdoor scenes and pictures of animals. Often, the exhibits in the museum itself provide the inspiration for the art students create in these classes.

The Urban Art Bar 163 Old Colony Ave. Boston, MA 02127 (617) 596-0553

At The Urban Art Bar, students are not confined to a classroom or museum "

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