Young Rembrandts

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Young Rembrandts - KCMO

Come Draw With Us!

The Power of Drawing

Drawing is the fundamental skill of the visual arts that can - and should - be learned by all children.

Young Rembrandts teaches the drawing skills children need while developing learning skills that give children an academic advantage in the classroom.



Visit these websites:

Lee's Summit Parks & Rec  (click on Youth Enrichment and Young Rembrandts to find class option list

Blue Springs Parks & Rec

Grain Valley Parks & Rec

Park Hill School District Elementary classes

Platte County School District Elementary classes

North Kansas City District Elementary classes

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Watch your child create amazing drawings with Young Rembrandts afterschool. Our art classes for kids are back with ALL NEW lessons.

Young Rembrandts is an award-winning art enrichment program that has given the power of drawing to thousands of young artists across the US and Canada! And now, we're excited to bring that power to the students of your communities.

What do we do?  In each week's new exciting (and kid-tested!) lesson, we use a step-by-step method that assures every student is a creative success. 

Young Rembrandts classes are held in public and private schools, as well as recreation centers, community education, and child care centers. 

We have evening classes at these Parks and Recs in the KC metro area: Lee's Summit Parks & Rec, Blue Springs Parks & Rec, Grain Valley Parks & Rec and KCMO Parks & Rec. To find classes click here.

Don't have Young Rembrandts in your school?

To find out how easy it is to bring our award winning, skill-enhancing, and affordable program to your child's school, contact Sarah at 816-944-9064 or send an email to  Be sure to tell your principal about us! 


Sarah Hirtzel at or call at 816-944-9064.


ONLINE Enrollment is available for many of our upcoming sessions. Just click our class schedule, choose the location, and click ENROLL.


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