School Age Kids and Homeschool 6 Week Courses

REGISTRATION IS OPEN!

The next 6 week session of school age kids and homeschool classes begin the week of November 2. All the classes meet once a week for 6 weeks.

Vitality Arts Older Adults Classes

The Mindful Art Practice 4 Week Virtual Course is coming up soon! We have opened up our homeschool wheel throwing pottery 6 week course to our Vitality Arts Students! Click the link for more information. 

Halloween Events

Throughout the month of October we have a lot of fun Halloween activities including the Anoka Halloween 100th Anniversary Paint Night, Clay Haunted House class, Clay Sugar Skull class and Kids Coloring Contest!

Wheel Throwing Pottery Classes

Come try out a potter’s wheel and get your hands dirty! We have a variety of wheel throwing pottery classes for the new potter as well as for the more advanced. Classes include introductory wheel throwing classes, multi-week courses, and open studio. All wheel throwing classes are for students ages 10 and older.

Recent news

October 22, 2020

Winter/Severe Weather Policy Reminder

Safety is our first priority in extreme weather. The safety of all students is the first priority when determining if Rumriver Art Center should stay open in extreme weather. If we cancel a class, we will give participants either a refund or credit to use on any other class. As soon as the decision has… Read More

October 16, 2020

Drawing a Tree Project by Deborah Ann Kirkeeide

Deb takes you step by step in creating your tree drawing. The materials you will need are; #2 pencil, eraser, drawing paper, q-tip

October 16, 2020

Watercolor Wildflower Project with MaryLeah

MaryLeah Marshall takes you step by step to create your own wildflower watercolor. For the best results use 140lb cold pressed watercolor paper. You can use watercolor pans, tubes or liquid. A round size #10 watercolor brush is preferred.

RRAC's COVID-19 Precautions

With the ongoing public health concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Rumriver Art Center (RRAC) is committed to the health and wellness of our participants, artists, and employees. We are paying close attention to the national and local news about COVID-19, so that we can stay informed and provide a supportive, responsive, and safe environment for our community. By registering for our classes, you are agreeing to abide by our class policies. CLICK HERE TO READ OUR COVID-19 POLICIES

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Drawing a Tree Project by Deborah Ann Kirkeeide

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Deb takes you step by step in creating your tree drawing. The materials you will need are; #2 pencil, eraser, drawing paper, q-tip