About the Studio School
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The Glassell School of Art Studio School offers courses in art history and studio arts for adults, ages 18 and older. Studio courses and workshops are available in a variety of media, including painting, watercolor, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and jewelry. Students at the Studio School of the Glassell School of Art are diverse in background and skill levels. Classes may be taken at the student’s leisure or as part of a more in-depth study through the Certificate of Achievement program. Additionally, many courses may be taken for undergraduate credit as part of the University of St. Thomas’s Bachelor of Fine Arts program. For more details on the Certificate of Achievement program and the University of St. Thomas BFA program, contact the Studio School registrar.
The Glassell School of Art receives generous funding from the Glassell Family; Leslie and Brad Bucher; Mr. William J. Hill; Mrs. Jereann H. Chaney; Mr. and Mrs. Jamal H. Daniel; Kathrine G. McGovern; Mr. and Mrs. John S. Orton; Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Palmer; Sue and Rusty Burnett; Ms. Bettie Cartwright; Ms. Sara Paschall Dodd; Barbara and Michael Gamson; Ms. Carroll R. Goodman; Samuel F. Gorman; Mr. and Mrs. David Marsh; Ms. Nancy Powell Moore; Mr. and Mrs. Jacque H. Passino, Jr.; Isla and Tommy Reckling; Paul A. Van Hook; The Iris & Lloyd Webre Foundation; Claire and Doug Ankenman; Mr. Steve Brown; Clare Casademont and Michael Metz; Dr. Mirtha T. Casimir and Mr. Jack McKinley; Michael Dumas; George and Mary Hawkins; Ms. Catherine J. Leachman; Mr. and Mrs. Meredith J. Long; Mr. and Mrs. William K. Matthews III; Mr. and Mrs. Scott McCool; Mr. and Mrs. Scott Nyquist; The Omena Fund; H. John and Diane M. Riley; Pauline and Stephen Smith; Adrienne and Tim Unger; Wells Fargo; Vallette and Russell Windham; Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wise; and the Melvyn and Cyvia Wolff Family Foundation.