The Oxford Arts Alliance is pleased to offer youth and teen lessons with a variety of options. We now offer a wider variety of art lessons, please see below. Ranging from grades 3+, your child can cultivate their artistic skill through our seasoned instructors. Lesson descriptions will vary based on the level and goal of the student. We offer virtual options through Zoom, Google Classroom, Skype and FaceTime for current students.
Our students will learn the basic skills in art including value, color, shape, and line by exploring observational and reference drawing. Students can speak with their instructor about their individual interests to delve even deeper.
Our art faculty are professional artists and teachers with credentials including Kutztown University, Savannah College of Art and Design and University of Delaware.
The Oxford Arts Alliance is a registered 501 c(3) non - profit
organization that creates an environment for working artists and musicians to teach in Oxford, PA.
Our 2023 Tuition Rates *
$104 per month (weekly 60 - minute art lesson)
Tuition is invoiced on the 1st day of the month. Payment must be made by the 15th of the month.
* Federal holidays , town events , and instructor vacations have been calculated into the price of tuition.
Lessons will be held upstairs of the Oxford Arts Alliance, 38 S. 3rd St, Oxford, PA 19363. The Academy is located on the third floor.
Private music and art lessons are by appointment and are not reflected in the gallery, office, or extended hours. Our academies are generally open from 3:30 pm to 8 pm on weekdays and 9 am to 8 pm on weekends. Music and Art Lessons are held 7 days a week. Closures are the only times that reflect all the office, galleries and academies as a whole.
Art lessons are exclusively for OxAA members only. Click the registration link to get started with art lessons and you will automatically be enrolled in our membership program. Membership fees for Oxford Arts Alliance Inc. are tax-deductible Membership fees for Oxford Arts Alliance Inc. are tax-deductible.
Learn the basics or develop your skills. The lessons will focus on the level of the student. Students will learn color theory and techniques with different mediums as well. As students progress, they will learn about different forms of art and application. An assortment of drawing materials will also be experimented with.
Sub-categories of drawing fundamentals include: portraiture, life drawing, and animals
Students will express themselves through art curriculum that they’re comfortable with. They will explore art mediums such as paints, pastels, and pencils to bring their imagination to life within a safe space to communicate their feelings and stay in control of the outcome. The result from various art projects will be personal responses from the student that may not be understood by anyone but them, which is okay, as that is the purpose of these lessons.
Portfolio Preparation consists of refining one’s artistic skills to build a consistent body of work that shows ability, variety, and knowledge of materials. Students will experiment using different types of mediums. They will learn about drawing and sketching as well with lessons on shading and perspective. This is for experienced middle school and high school students who want to build a foundation for an art school or art-oriented high schools and colleges. The instructor will include a materials list for the student to purchase. The student can provide the instructor with a requirements list from their preferred higher education program.
Sub-categories of portfolio preparation include: portraiture, photo-realism, and life drawing
Students will learn the basic instruction of color theory, mixing paint, elements, and principles of design, composition, and perspective. Subject matter varies from observational painting to photo reference. Techniques may include realism, abstraction, impasto, and more!
Learn how to manipulate, control and perfect the watercolor technique. Students will learn a variety of techniques, tips, and tricks for watercolor painting. References might include observational or photographic subject matter.
Art for Individuals with Disabilities
"Art Bloom" is creative art lessons for individuals with learning disabilities. The focus is to guide with creative inspiration, allowing students to discover their potential while exploring their skills using various art forms. Through the creative process, we strive to foster self-expression and instill confidence.