Explore your creativity for the first time—or the first time in years—at the Toledo Museum of Art. For more than a century, this community resource has offered classes for every age, every experience level, and every schedule.
All classes and workshops are related to works of art in the TMA collection. Students will visit the galleries, learn about some of the iconic works of art, then combine that inspiration with their own creativity back in the studio.
Looking for a creative outlet for the kids, wanting to try something new or seeking an opportunity to refine your skills? You’ll find it here.
Click on the image at the right to download our Fall catalog. To view the most up-to-date information on course offerings, please visit our registration page.
Four ways to register
Online Registration is the fastest and preferred method for those using a credit card. Visit our registration page to get started.
To apply a Museum gift card towards a class registration fee, please call 419-254-5080 or register in person by visiting the Education office Tuesday through Friday.
If paying by check*, please visit the Education office Tuesday through Friday or complete the form on the back of the catalog and mail with your payment (do not send cash) to:
Toledo Museum of Art
Attn: Class Registration
P.O. Box 1013
Toledo, OH 43697
*All returned checks are subject to a $20 service charge.
Registrations must be paid in full to ensure participation. Unpaid registrations will not be accepted.
Students withdrawing from a class should notify the Registrar in writing at least one week prior to the start of class by completing and submitting a withdrawal form via e-mail or regular mail. Students will receive credit to attend another class of similar value that must be used no later than the following semester. See the Class Withdrawal Policy and Form for complete information.
Bronx students demands for education
A group of young activists from the Bronx called say theyâre being deprived of a quality education, and theyâre prepared to fight for something better.
The Resistance, which was formed through a youth arts organization called The DreamYard A.C.T.I.O.N Project, have developed a 10-point education platform for New York City public schools. The group has also launched a Facebook page to support their efforts.
Theyâre demanding the following reforms:
We demand free quality education as a right guaranteed by the US Constitution