Children's Art Classes in
Murfreesboro, TN

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Tapping into a child’s natural creativity and imagination can give them various benefits that can help them throughout their lives. At Children’s Art Classes in Murfreesboro, we’re helping parents find kids’ art classes that instill a sense of creativity in their children and help them find a passion for art. These classes explore various types of art to enrich children’s lives and introduce them to creative outlets they can turn to as they go through life.


Children’s Art Classes of Murfreesboro offer studio-based nine-month fine art programs of study to include painting, drawing, design, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and much more. This award-winning program has gained much recognition for the outstanding artwork of its students. Explore our comprehensive children’s art classes today and find the one that best suits your child’s needs. Classes are designed for ages three and up! Read more about each of our classes here.

Through this comprehensive curriculum, students have the opportunity to work in over 40 areas of Art. Homeschooling families can enroll their students in our nine-month art program to expand their horizons and supplement the education they get at home. In summer, we have summer workshops. Summer workshops can be a great way to begin before joining the school-year program.

Classes meet once a week during the school year.  Our summer workshop schedule will be posted in February.

How much does it cost:

One- time payment:
Supply fee $145 (Children’s Art Classes uses this fee to provide all the supplies your student needs from August 2024 until May 2025.)
Registration is $40

Monthly Tuition – $108 (tuition will automatically draft on the first of every month.)

Classes & Workshops Offered at this Studio

Tiny Hands (3-4 year olds)

Introduction to Art (5-6 year olds)

Beginning Art (7-8 year olds)

Art 1 (9+ year olds)

Upcoming Events


Meet Our Team


Ehren Hotchkiss

Ehren Hotchkiss

Hi I'm Ehren! Art has been a part of my life since I was a little girl. I've always loved exploring the world with color and contrast. I studied at the school of Visual Arts and Design at Southern Adventist University and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from La Sierra University gaining experience in both graphic arts and applied arts such as drawing and painting.

I have 4 years of experience working with children and would say they have been the most rewarding 4 years of my life so far. There is nothing more thrilling than seeing a child's creativity blossom and watching their confidence in art and life grow. I'm grateful to have the opportunity to foster the next generation of creative artists in Murfreesboro TN and can't wait to see how each child grows.

Studio Owner

Martha Booysen

Martha Booysen

Martha believes that the arts are fundamental. Art is a response to our individuality and our nature, and it helps to shape our identity. Art has a beautiful universality; it can speak many languages without a translator. It does not discriminate. Art lifts us up. Martha is the owner of Children's Art Classes. She has been trained specifically in the Children's Art Classes curriculum and has been enthusiastically teaching this program since 2017. Striving for the highest quality in teaching, she works closely with the founder of Children's Art Classes. Her mission is to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge. Martha Studied Social work at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. She moved to the United States in 2003 with her family. Throughout her children's school years, Martha volunteered in the public school system and tutored reading and writing. Martha is the proud mother of three adult children. She holds a part-time position in social work. In her free time, she enjoys painting, drawing, jewelry making, sewing and gardening.

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