Children's Art Classes in
New York, NY

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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 New York City 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.

Explore Our Art Programs

If you’re looking for art classes, you’ll find we have one of the largest selections of children’s art classes in New York City. Our art programs are designed to help them explore more than 40 varieties of art, so they can find their passion and explore their creativity. Our programs are available for homeschooling and co-op education, summer workshops, birthday parties, and general classes for all ages and skill levels. Our art classes are dedicated to providing children with engaging activities that keep them busy and give them a solid foundation in the arts to enrich many aspects of their lives. Art is a life-long skill that can help children adopt a new hobby or find a potential career opportunity. Explore our art programs for kids and find the option that best suits your child!

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)

Homeschool Art Curriculum

Upcoming Events

Free trial classes are now available!
Check out the Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday classes and reserve a spot for your little artist

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Meet Our Team


Emma Hapner

Emma Hapner

My name is Emma Hapner. I studied at the New York Academy of Art to receive my Master’s of Fine Arts with a concentration in painting. I am originally from Indiana and received my Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from Ball State University. I work primarily in oil paint on canvas to create figurative works, reclaiming the language of classical painting from a woman’s perspective.

I have taught art classes at the David Owsley Museum of Art, the Indianapolis Art Center, and One River School: NY.  I believe that art is one of the most important forms of self-expression and my goal as a teacher is to always help my students feel inspired and empowered by giving them the tools they need to succeed.

Studio Owner

Susan Buffolino

Susan Buffolino

Susan has an MBA from Hofstra University. She has 21+ years’ experience in Supply Chain specializing in demand and supply planning, developing and mentoring talent, and maintaining a high level of customer service. Susan also has excellent problem-solving, team building, and leadership skills and she credits a lot of that to the many years she spent as an adolescent drawing, painting, building, decorating, and finding creative outlets in her everyday life.

Art has always held a supporting role in her life. Her original plan was to apply to art school, but when it was time to decide, she did not feel confident enough in her abilities and instead chose the safer route of business school. At 16, her back-up plan was to find a career that would surround her with art and creativity through the business side.

Looking back, 14-year-old Susan would have loved the CAC curriculum if it were available. Luckily, many years later, it found her. The opportunity to offer this program presented itself and now she has the ability to fulfill her dream of taking these classes and giving others the opportunity to enjoy them as well.

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