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2613 East Franklin Avenue, Minneapolis, MN, 55406
612-729-5151
Classes fees vary. See Website.
Registration Link at the bottom of this page
Hours of Operation:
Mon. 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Tue. 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Wed. 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thu. 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Fri. 11:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sat. Closed
Sun. Closed
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Located in the Seward Neighborhood of Minneapolis and founded in 2000, Articulture is a collection of visual artists and art-lovers that provide classes for people ages 1-100+. Families will enjoy Free Studio Art Days and age-appropriate classes and camps for children and teens.

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Articulture wants to make the visual arts available to everyone and do that by meeting the artistic and social needs of the community. Birthday parties, community outreach, camps and classes, school-release programming and scholarships, as well as gallery and shop are all created for the community to embrace as a way to grow the love of visual arts.

The studio’s Youth Arts Collaborative (YAC) was created to engage urban teens and to help them incentivize social change through the creation of community public art.

Summer Camps at Articulture

Camps are offered for children preschool through 6th grade in both full and half-day programs. They run from early June through late August. Find more details featured in our annual Summer Camps Guide.

Articulture Birthday Parties

Articulture offers birthday party packages for children ages 5-11. Packages include use of the studio space, an instructor, the art materials and invitations. Parties last two hours with an hour and a half of art time and a half hour for the party. Find up-to-date details in our annual birthday guide.

Articulture is featured in our summer camp guide

Toddler Classes

Toddler classes are on hold. When offered, the classes feature parent-child activities that provide a variety of materials and focuses on developing fine motor skills and brain development while giving parents a chance to learn how art can tie into academics and development. In the meantime, we recommend other toddler and preschool friendly activities in these articles:

Teen Opportunities

Teens may enjoy participating in Friday Night Pizza Series where they can have a night out with friends and try new art techniques. They are also welcome at Free Studio Art Days, which are open to anyone ages 5 to 18.

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