Summer Camp

June 10 – August 30, 2019

Rumriver Art Center is offering over 30 Kids Summer Art Camps in 2019. The camps provides a stimulating environment for young artists to grow as creative, unique individuals and to learn how to solve problems visually.

Vitality Arts: Older Adults

The Vitality Arts program is devoted to the transformative power of the arts and creativity, inspiring vitality in older adults. Classes are geared and designed to improve the health, well-being, and renewed sense of purpose for adults ages 55 and older.

Classes

At the Rumriver Art Center we offer a variety of art classes. Class offerings range from a 1 day class to multiple-week courses and week long summer camps. We have had students ages 5 to 95! We offer both two-dimensional and three-dimensional art mediums.

Recent news

July 17, 2019

August Classes and Events

Wheel Throwing Open Studio every Tuesday 10am – 12pm & every Wednesday 6pm – 8pmAcrylic Painting Club every Wednesday 9am – 12pmPlein Air Club every Thursday 9:30am – 12:00pmTeen Art Lab every Friday 1pm – 4pmTeen Art Wheel Throwing Open Studio (must be experienced) every Friday 1pm – 4pmThursday 8/1, 5:50pm – 6:45pm, Art in… Read More

July 9, 2019

July Upcoming Classes and Events

Wheel Throwing Open Studio every Tuesday 10am – 12pm & every Wednesday 6pm – 8pmAcrylic Painting Club every Wednesday 9am – 12pmPlein Air Club every Thursday 9:30am – 12:00pmTeen Art Lab every Friday 1pm – 4pmTeen Art Wheel Throwing Open Studio (must be experienced) every Friday 1pm – 4pmThursday 7/11, 2pm, Crooked Lake Library Create… Read More

June 28, 2019

Nature Art Sketchbook Camp Slideshow

We have been having a great time in our Summer Art Camps and you can still get in on the fun! Check out this amazing slideshow of what campers did in our Nature Art Sketchbook camp!https://spark.adobe.com/page/lswsIAleZTpO7/

A Creativity of Muses: The Art of Delayne Hostetler

We are very proud and excited to feature the talent of self-taught artist, Delayne Hostetler, here at the Rumriver Art Center Gallery. Delayne primarily works with pencil and ink but has recently begun creating mixed-media art. Faces -- both real and imagined -- have played an important part in her self-taught art education, repeatedly appearing in her work over the years. These real and imagined faces will be the theme of the show. The gallery show will feature pieces she created recently as well as art that she created all the way back to 1975. Please join us in the celebration of her work.