All summer long and for special school-year weeks, we enrich our world-class classical drawing and painting curriculum with engaging lessons in clay and paper sculpture, art history, figure drawing, portraiture, cartooning, and much more! Whether it's your first time at Art Steps or you're already stepping toward mastery, there's always something new to learn!

Choose the Summer Workshops tab or the Schoolyear Workshops tab below for details and registration information:

Calling all artists, ages 4-18! Balance the school year with engaging creativity! Kids use a variety of media to sharpen classical skills through whimsical projects. Fun meets focus with single-day and multi-day workshops for every budding young artist. Students hone drawing, painting, and sculpting skills, and hand-craft keepsakes, holiday gifts, and other seasonal treasures. As fall days get shorter, a variety of workshops keep the light of inspiration glowing.

Register online or
call your local studio:

  • Yorba Linda  (714) 524-2248
  • Mission Viejo  (949) 454-9555

NOTE: To see a complete description of any of the schoolyear workshops listed below, please click on any workshop title. Click on a title again to collapse the description.

Valentine's Day Clay WorkshopAges 7 and up

Kids create while parents date! Love is in the air at art Steps! Whether beginning or advanced, students will LOVE creating a Valentine's day themed clay sculpture with a pop-up card background!

Price: $55 (Includes Materials)

Both Yorba Linda and Mission Viejo Studios
Saturday, February 10
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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Woodland Creatures Clay WorkshopAges 7 and up

Turn your backyard into a magical fairyland! Build a sculpey animal, fairy door sculpture, clay mushroom house, and mask! Artists draw, sculpt and hand-paint all projects. Beginning through advanced students are welcome. This educational clay workshop will bring fun, focus and magic into your young artist's spring break!

Price: $285 (Includes Materials)

Both Yorba Linda and Mission Viejo Studios
Monday, April 2 - Friday, April 6
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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