Art Classes in Montreal
Affordable High-Quality Art Classes in Montreal
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Montreal Art Classes
After a long-anticipated return, we are thrilled to announce that we have found partners who have generously offered us classrooms on their premises, allowing us to once again offer a small selection of onsite traditional classes starting this Fall 2023 term!
Please note that as we are unable to re-open classes on our original premises, the two locations and selection of traditional classes are what is logistically feasible at this time. If you are interested in any of our other types of classes such as Animation and Comics Classes, Concept Art & Illustration Classes or any other Art Fundamentals and Traditional Drawing Classes which are not offered onsite, these classes are offered in an interactive online format!
Onsite classes are not subject to our multiclass discount + webinar promotion. Additionally, these classes must be purchased separately from any Online Art Classes you may wish to take.
Cestar Collège, Campus LaSalle
Our parent school, Cestar Collège, will be opening its LaSalle campus doors to Syn Studio students for two of our most popular traditional classes!
Learn the fundamentals of traditional art from one of our veteran art teachers, Andre Pijet, in a spacious and sleekly modern classroom.
Atelier des Brésoles
We are proud to be partnering with Atelier des Brésoles, a private art studio located near Notre-Dame Basilica, helmed by Eric Mannella.
By learning traditional drawing techniques passed on through generations of masters in a historic studio, you'll have a taste of the European art academy experience in the heart of Vieux-Montréal!
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