Lyme Academy’s youth classes are based upon a proven historical precedent – they follow the same foundational art practices used by the Renaissance and 19th-century masters you see in museums and have heard about in art history classes. These sequential, skills-based practices, first taught in the art academies of Europe, and most famously at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, are designed to foster both life skills like critical thinking and problem-solving, as well as visual literacy.
Students ages 12-18 can register for the Program.
The Young Masters Afterschool Program will allow a student to develop an art portfolio for college applications and for portfolio review sessions.
Are there programs at Lyme Academy that would be a next step for my student once they finish the Young Masters Afterschool Program?
Yes, students completing the Young Masters Afterschool Program can apply for the Core Program or enter into the Studio Immersion Program to continue their studies.
No application is required; we accept students at all levels, and will work with the student individually to meet their specific goals and needs.
Basic art supplies will be provided and kept in the studio. We will also provide a recommended supply list; these supplies are available for purchase through the school store.
Yes, we can accommodate rolling enrollment, allowing students to enroll at any time with prorated tuition for that semester. To make arrangements to register after the online registration closes on September 8, contact email@example.com.
Not at this time; payment is due at the time of registration.