The Fuller Lodge Art Center offers Wednesday afternoon art classes for first through sixth graders, Monday morning classes for kiddos aged between 4 & 6 years old, full and/or half day classes during LAPS conference week, and 9 weeks of Art Camp during the summers!
We’re trying something different this year. Due to a higher demand of students wanting into art classes, we have rearranged our schedule to include classes for 4 to 6 year olds, 1st & 2nd graders, 3rd & 4th graders, and 5th & 6th graders. We hope this will eliminate some of the long waiting lists that we were seeing more and more of. If you have any questions about this new format, please email the Class Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration: You can call the Fuller Lodge Art Center at (505) 662-1635 to register for any class or you can stop in anytime during our business hours which are Monday through Saturday, from 10am to 4pm.
Class Minimum: Early registration is highly recommended. Every class needs a minimum of 4 students. If the class does not meet that requirement within three days of its scheduled start date, the class will be cancelled.
Payment: Payment is expected in full upon registration. If you fail to pay when signing up, we cannot guarantee your seat in the class.
Class Cancellation: If a class has been cancelled, all students will receive a full refund.
Personal Cancellation: If you call to cancel no later than one week prior to the start of class, the Fuller Lodge Art Center will reimburse you your registration fee, less $10. For any cancellations made during the week the class is scheduled (Less than 7 days prior), we cannot offer a refund.
Annual Class Exhibit: All students are encouraged to enter their artwork into our annual class show which takes place at the beginning of each year. There is no fee to participate. You can decide which pieces you would like to have on display and you can choose to sell it or mark it as Not For Sale. You do need to fill out the application (just so we know what’s coming in for the exhibit).