Kendall's Youth & Adults program offers non-credit courses for youth and adults, beginners and professionals. Courses are offered in drawing, painting, clay, computer design, jewelry making, sculpture, and more.
For Art Educators
Kendall offers a Master of Fine Arts, Master of Art Education, and a Certificate in Design and Innovation.
Designed as a way for art educators to continue their education, these workshops provides relevant, hands-on training in an intensive format. Graduate credit or CEUs are available.
Have a student who has outgrown your high school's art program? Our dual enrollment program offers students the opportunity to take classes at Kendall. It's a great way for highly motivated juniors and seniors who are strong in art and design to get a jump on college.
The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards offer early recognition of creative teenagers and scholarship opportunities for graduating high-school seniors.
National Portfolio Days connect students with experienced college representatives who review artwork, offer critiques, discuss college plans, and share information about their schools.