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Art Classes

At the Arts Council of Big Sky we believe that Arts Education changes lives and communities for the better and we strive to make our educational opportunities truly accessible for all. We offer year round Pottery Courses, Children’s programs, Community Art Classes and Speciality courses offering instruction on a variety of art forms. Our brand new classroom (opened in April 2022) in the BASE Community Center at 285 Simkins Drive, Big Sky Montana is an inspiring and energizing space to create!

Class registration is open for Holiday Season Classes. Please follow the links below to learn about our class offerings.

Click here to register!


CONTRIBUTE WHAT YOU CAN

At the Arts Council of Big Sky we believe that Arts Education changes lives and communities for the better and we strive to make our educational opportunities truly accessible for all. Our brand new classroom in the BASE Community Center at 285 Simkins Drive, Big Sky Montana is an inspiring and energizing space to create! Understanding that “accessible” means different things to different people, we are piloting Montana’s first “Contribute What You Can” art education program with a variety of pricing options for CORE CLASSES during the Summer 2022 season! This means that there is an art class for everyone regardless of financial need.

How does “Contribute What You Can” work? Each core class is listed with a “suggested class fee”, which represents how much it costs the Arts Council to run each class. The “suggested class fee” is inclusive of instructor time, materials, equipment, etc. Typically this would be the retail price of the class. However, when registering for our Core Classes, you will find a range of price options from as low as 20% of the suggested cost. Participants do not need to submit extra paper or detailed personal information for the discounted rates. They can simply choose the price option that works best for them at any given time, no strings attached!

An Opportunity to Give. Participants who would like to make an additional contribution may do so while registering for their classes as well. These giving opportunities include purchasing the full price of a class for someone in financial need and helping cover the cost of art materials.

We believe in the arts and we believe even more in our community’s generosity and dedication to the arts and culture in our growing mountain town! Thank you for joining us as we pilot this special program!
Ready to donate? CLICK HERE to support accessibility to Arts Education programming right now!