The Tarble offers non-credit classes and workshops during the fall, spring, and summer to community members ages four through adult. Information describing the offerings, including schedules and fees, are available in August for fall classes, in January for spring classes, and in May/June for summer workshops. In addition to the spring, summer, and fall class sessions, the Tarble provides art instruction in the spring and fall for area homeschooled youths aged 4 through 14.
In addition to the programs listed here, the Tarble Arts Center, in collaboration with the Art Department and other co-sponsors, offers a variety of programs for area youth and area schools. See our School Programs page. Teachers, most Tarble Arts Center classes may be taken for Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
As of March 20th, 2020, in response to the unprecedented health challenges presented by the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and under the guidance of University protocol, the Tarble Arts Center will remain closed to the public until further notice. As a result, we will be moving towards a digital and more distanced approach to our exhibitions and programs.
Please stay in touch and check our website for frequent updates. Follow us on our social media platforms (find us: @thetarble) and check our Programs page, as we will be rolling out new initiatives and digital programs to keep you connected.
We thank you for your patience during this time and look forward to seeing you again soon.
The Tarble Arts Center has the option of canceling a class or workshop if there are fewer than the minimum number of students required. If the Tarble Arts Center cancels a class due to insufficient enrollment, the class fee will be refunded. A student withdrawing from a class after enrolling must notify the Tarble Arts Center on or before the registration deadline to receive a full class refund. Because classes are funded on a break-even basis, no refunds will be made for withdrawals after the registration deadline.