Young Rembrandts - Northeast Atlanta, Georgia
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.
30th Anniversary Events
This year Young Rembrandts is celebrating its 30th Anniversary and will be holding different events in the community to promote the arts as part of our celebration. More information can be found here:
Young Rembrandts After School Drawing Classes!
Registration is open for Spring 2018 after school classes! Find classes at your school by checking here. Young Rembrandts is an enrichment program that teaches drawing, the fundamental skill of all visual arts to children in pre-school and grades K-5. Our artists complete a masterpiece every week. We develop art skills,mastery in technique and learn about art history! We have a ton of fun while improving creative and critical thinking skills today’s students need. Sign up now!. All supplies included. Right at school campus, right after school. Like us on Facebook and see our current gallery!
Bring Young Rembrandts To Your School and Get a Free Session!
Don't see classes at your child's school? Contact Program Director Molly Stone and find out how easy it is to bring our award winning, skill-enhancing, and affordable program to your school. As a Thank You, your child's first session will be free!
Young Rembrandts Impact
How It Works
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. As we learn and use technical drawing skills, we discover that all complex objects can be broken down into familiar shapes; then use problem solving skills, innovation, and imagination to put them all together into eye-popping masterpieces!
Using our unique 20+ year method students will also improve their fine motor skills, patience levels, focus and ability to stay on task. Best of all, they'll gain a new found confidence in a skill they never knew existed - the ability to say "I can do it!" And yes, all that learning comes with a big bunch of fun.