Shot of art supplies on a table set up for virtual art classes in Arlington Heights

Virtual Art Classes in Arlington Heights

If you’re looking for virtual art classes in Arlington Heights, check out these local studios. You can paint, sketch, or build a birdhouse, all from the comfort of our Arlington Heights apartments. Read on to explore four of our favorite local art studios:

WoodCrafters DIY Studio

Sign up for WoodCrafters DIY Studio’s virtual camps and DIY kits. With WoodCrafters, you’ll learn how to make signs and create other various wood art. You can choose from a variety of options, including photo displays, charcuterie boards, bottle openers, birdhouses, hanging wall hooks, and more. Orders placed by Thursday are available for Sunday pickup.

Monart Drawing Studio

Students of all ages can learn to draw with Monart Drawing Studio’s pre-recorded Monart at Home classes. Developed in the 1980s by art teacher Mona Brooks, the Monart drawing method teaches students to focus, plan, and strategize, while also encouraging creative expression. To participate, you’ll need some basic art supplies, like pens, paper, markers, and pastels. Optional items include gel pens, metallic pens, neon markers, and colored pencils.

Bottle & Bottega

Arlington Heights’ paint and sip studio Bottle & Bottega is a fun and casual place to socialize with friends and colleagues. Fortunately, you can now partake in all the festivities online. They’re currently offering virtual live events, as well as on-demand videos that you can enjoy at your own pace. Home kits are available for curbside pickup, so be sure to grab one before participating in their virtual offerings.

Thrown Elements Pottery

Paint your own pottery at home with Thrown Elements Pottery. You can pick up your project curbside, paint it at home, return it for kiln-firing, and then pick up the final product once it’s ready. Thrown Elements Pottery is currently offering both “camp kits” and “party kits.” Act fast because, for a limited time, some kits will include vouchers for free cupcakes from Sweet T’s Bakery & Cake Studio.

After you explore virtual art classes in Arlington Heights, try more online experiences like a virtual trip to Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium.

Hancock Square at Arlington Station is centrally located near incredible art, dining, and entertainment. If you’re interested in learning more about our apartments in Arlington Heights, IL, please contact us today to schedule a virtual tour.

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