Our teaching artists include local artists and museum staff who provide adult and youth art education including a range of beginning and master classes, which can include CEU credit through New Hanover County Schools. Distinctions of Museum School programming include instructor-guided access to the museum’s exhibitions and select objects in the museum’s permanent collection not on view, and access to the museum’s non-circulating art library numbering over 2000 publications and monographs.
Additionally, the School creates employment opportunities for area artists and instructors. Click here to see our instructor bios:
Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact us and let us know what you’d like to take. Have questions about virtual or in-person classes? We’d love to talk to you about the safety measures we’ve put into place for in-person instruction and the technology we use for virtual classes to ensure that you have the best possible experience.
- Students may register online, by phone or in person. CAM members enjoy discounted tuition.
- Registration is complete and confirmed when payment is received and processed.
- A full refund will be issued when a withdrawal occurs at least one week prior to the start of a class or workshop
- Students withdrawing between one week and 72 hours from the start of a class or workshop will be given a 50% refund.
- No refunds or transfers will be issued for withdrawals received less than 72 hours before start time.
- Students who are not in attendance and have not been in touch with the Museum School office will be charged the full price of the class or workshop.
- If class or workshop does not make minimum enrollment, it will be cancelled and enrolled students will receive a 100% refund.
Museum School Office hours:
Tues - Fri 10am to 4pm
You can reach September Kreuger, Director of Lifelong Learning, from 9 am – 5 pm at 910-395-5999 ext. 1007