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Artistry Academy Music & Art is a Place to be Creative

Aug 01, 2014 03:16PM

Jamee Haddorff and Katherine Suescún Valencia; Artistry Academy Music & Art directors

Everyone can nurture their inner artist at Artistry Academy Music & Art, which provides a relaxing environment where families can have fun being creative and learning new skills. It’s easy to unwind, laugh and enjoy the camaraderie and fun atmosphere of these classes.

There is instruction for all ages, beginning with Music Together, an early childhood program for kids up to 5 years old, where little ones can begin to explore and develop their musical abilities. Kids 7 and up can enjoy unleashing their creativity in painting and drawing art classes while exploring different media and learning about famous artists and art periods. For ages 5 to adult, students can choose one-on-one private lessons on a variety of musical instruments.

Those looking for an activity to clear the mind or share time with friends and family can receive step-by-step directions at painting events with a local artist on how to complete the painting of the day. Private events and parties can also be scheduled.

For personalized instruction, Artistry Academy offers ongoing adult art classes in drawing, watercolor, acrylic and oil painting. Students work at their own pace, whether a beginner or more experienced student, with a professional artist on the artwork that they have always wanted to create.

Location: 12112 N. Rancho Vistoso Blvd., Ste. 120. For more information, call 520-308-4511, email [email protected] or visit

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