“We learned things, and experimented with things. That makes me a better artist.” - Elise, Youth Student
Offered Saturdays during the school year
So much fun they don’t know they’re learning! Pratt’s youth program is designed to foster an appreciation of art for students ages 5 – 13. Pratt introduces students to a variety of materials and artistic concepts to evoke their curiosity and to hone their natural creativity. With an emphasis on exploration, professional artists teach students in a fun, relaxed environment where they can express their creativity and gain self-confidence. The techniques developed at Pratt do not stop here; students utilize these new skills artistically, academically, and interpersonally.
NEW! – Online registration for Youth and Teens!
Please be sure to complete the Waiver Agreement for Youth and Teen registrations.
Ages 7 – 12 during the summer
Looking for an exciting summer program that promotes exploration and creativity? Try Pratt’s Summer Art Camp for ages 7-12! Campers will draw, paint, and build their way through exciting projects that connect to a hands-on weekly theme. Summer art camps are taught by professional teaching artists.
Free! Sunday Art Classes
Ages 5-13 during the school year
Youth Art Works offers free experiential arts classes to youth ages 5 – 13 on Sundays during the school year. Students will explore self-expression through various mediums including painting, drawing, and sculpture as they delve into the elements and vocabulary of art. Activities and mediums change each 8 week session. Priority is given to students from the Central Area who live in the following zip codes: 98104, 98122, 98144. Advance in person registration is required and a voluntary pay-as-you-can tuition of $15 – $100 is suggested.
Registration opens for Spring program on March 22 for classes that start April 24th.
Spring Schedule: April 24 – June 19. (no class on May 29)
1-2pm ages 5-7
2:30-4pm ages 8-10
4:30-6pm ages 11-13
For more information contact:
Myra Kaha, Youth and Teen Manager
Pratt’s Youth Art Works programs are sponsored by funding from the City of Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, Fales Foundation Trust, Laird Norton Family Foundation, Lucky Seven Foundation, Harrington Schiff Foundation, McEachern Charitable Trust, National Endowment for the Arts, Target, and private donors.
Have fun year round! All of Pratt’s Youth classes are offered three times a year starting around September, January and March.