Art Kit and Semester Binder
At the ARThouse we teach more than art, students learn responsibility and respect. Regular students age 5-12 are required to purchase a supply kit and semester binder, allowing them to learn the importance and responsibility of caring for their own equipment. Learning to take proper care of their supplies will prepare students for success in their future art endeavors. Supply kits include a set of brushes, artist pencils, a special eraser, and a pouch to carry it all in. A semester binder is also required and part of the supply fee. The semester binder contains drawing paper and specific projects for students to work on during the week. Students who complete all the projects in the binder receive a certificate at the end of the semester. The supply kit and binder are $45 plus sales tax. Individual parts of the kit may be purchased for those who have lost or misused their supplies. Supply fee is due the first day of class. Supplies for other classes vary and will be suggested by the instructor.
Studio Art House is dedicated to providing quality art education for all ages. Through a personalized teaching format, students have the opportunity to express creative ideas in combination with learning from a structured curriculum.
Studio Art House students learn by creating original works of art. Instructors strive to inspire creative expression and artistic development in every student. The structured curriculum is taught and approved by degreed professional Artists that have a passion for both art and teaching.
Students work in small classes, studying a wide range of artists and art movements, as well as art elements, principles, concepts, and techniques. Weekly classes are available year-round, and students can start at anytime.
In addition to weekly classes, Studio Art House provides camps throughout the year for kids and teens, scouting projects, and workshops with professional artists. Studio Art House is also available to host birthday parties, any occasion or no occasion parties, and workshops providing a fun environment and each participant takes home their own work of art.
Studio Art House was established in 2000 by a family of artists. First located in Flower Mound, Texas, Studio Art House has expanded to meet the growing needs of artists of all ages in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, opening additional locations in Southlake and Highland Village.
Studio Art House changed owners the beginning of 2012. The current owner, Anita Robbins, has been teaching art for over 15 years. She is also a professional artist and her work can be found around the world. She has a degree in Fine Art from Brigham Young University. She not only owns Studio Art House but is often found teaching classes of all different levels and ages at all locations.
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