Children and Teen Classes

Children and Teen Classes


Woodmere Art Museum membership is not required for enrollment in studio classes, but Woodmere members receive discounted enrollment fees. All classes are held in the Widener Studio, which offers a professional setting with ample north light, easy access, and plenty of free parking. Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes and workshops are taught by professional artists, living and working in the Philadelphia area. Woodmere Art Museum members receive discounts on enrollment fees.

You may register for any of our children's classes online here.

Please note there is an additional $10 convenience fee added to the price of online registration.


Woodmere accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and personal checks. Payment is not processed until the beginning date of the class. Students will receive receipts for payment via mail. Payment must be received in order to confirm your space

Refund Policy

Cancellations must be made at least one week prior to the start date of the class. A $40 processing fee will be issued for cancellations up to one week prior to the class starting date. No refunds after the first class.

Museum Cancellation

Woodmere reserves the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment. In the event of a cancellation, students will be notified and no charges will be made.

You may register for any of our Children and Teen classes online here.


Children's Art Classes


You may register for any of our children's classes online here.


Painting and Drawing for Teens - CLOSED

5 classes
K12 Mon.-Fri., Aug. 14-18
3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Instructor: Ginger Mimmo-Rohlfing
$155 ($145 members)

This class is a balance of instruction and guided mentorship for teenagers to develop their individual artistic style. Students will strengthen their abilities with color, drawing, texture and composition. They will work from observation and experiment with both representation and abstraction. Landscapes, figurative compositions and still life will be the main focus as students explore their self-expression.

Summer Drama Camp

Ages 7–11, 5 classes
K13 Monday–Friday, Aug. 21-25
9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
$215 ($205 members)
Instructor: Theatre Horizon

Theatre Horizon’s Summer Drama Camp, young actors spend a week working as an ensemble to create an original play – full of drama, comedy, suspense, and one-of- a-kind characters. Campers are guided through playwriting basics and fun improvisation games by our professional teaching artists. On the last day, they perform their world premiere play for an audience! In Drama Camp, children make new friends, build listening and ensemble skills, take on leadership roles, and explore their creativity.