Classes & Workshops

Image of a member of the WheatonArts Glass Studio team blowing into a long metal rod with a large bubble of clear hot glass at the end of it inside of the WheatonArts Glass Studio. The end of the rod before the clear hot glass is bright orange. The team member is wearing clear goggles and a black t-shirt with white text that reads "WheatonArts".

Discover Engaging Classes & Workshops For All Ages & Skill Levels!

WheatonArts provides wonderful opportunities to explore various art forms, aesthetics, and cultures through interactive creative experiences. Explore multi-session classes, intensives, and workshops designed to accommodate various ages, skill levels, and time schedules. Many classes/workshops are open to teenagers, encouraging multi-generational experiences. All classes take place within the scenic grounds and facilities of WheatonArts. Registration deadlines are typically one to two weeks prior to the scheduled class date. Gift Cards are also available! 

Click on the links below to explore our 2024 class offerings: 


Explore designing characters and compositions with acrylics, gouache, pencils, and watercolors to morph the familiar with the unfamiliar to express your worldly vision! 

Image of a painted egg on top of a circular black stand resting on and in front of a soft white backdrop. The egg has been painted red with small white vertical lines dividing the egg into even sections. There is also another thin white line around the middle of the egg. In the center of these lines extend two orange three-petal flowers with yellow centers and two yellow stamens. There is one flower on one side of each line as they mirror one another. Each flower is outlined in white and has a swirly white line extending from the middle where the flowers meet.


Learn the fundamentals and create your own stained glass projects using the copper foil technique! 
Must be 14 or older to participate.

Image of five stained glass pieces resting on a white a background. There are two pieces at the bottom of the image, two in the middle, and one at the top. The bottom left piece is a stained glass butterfly with blue wings, a white body, and a gold head. The piece on the bottom right is comprised of two pink and red hearts. The heart on the left is larger than the one on the right. The piece above the hearts is another butterfly with green top wings and yellow bottom wings. The body of this butterfly is white and it has a silver head. The piece next to this one is the side profile of a butterfly. The wings are a mix of pink and a light beige color. The body is also this beige color. At the top of the image is a piece that is in the shape of a fish. The fish has a yellow head and fins, a red body, and a long tail that is white with red and orange striped throughout.


Explore the timeless art of weaving in different forms, from baskets to beads, for functionality and aesthetic appeal! 

Image of a NJ Market Basket in front of a white background. The basket is woven, rectangular, light brown, and has a handle standing up in the middle.


Discover the holistic approach to Creativity! Practice effective methods that can heal and revitalize your creative process. These take place virtually via Zoom. 

The image features a humming bird, butterfly, dragonfly, feather, frog, and ladybug against shades of blue and green rounded stained glass tiles. The humming bird is in the top left corner of the image and has a black and red head followed by a white and brown-green body and wings. Below the humming bird is a large black and yellow butterfly. To the right, overlapping the butterfly is a dragonfly with green, black, and pink wings and a pink and black body. Resting on the top right wing of the dragonfly is a small red and black ladybug. Behind the ladybug on the top right side of the image is a large white feather with black, green, and pink accents. Below in the dragonfly in the bottom right corner of the image is a large green frog with a pale lower mouth, stomach, and fingers. In the bottom left corner of the image rests text sits on top of a black background with white streaks. The text reads "find your magic" with each word stacked on top of the other. The black and white background is shaped so that it follows the size and length of the words. The dot above the eye in "magic" is shaped like a star.


For ages 6 to 13 years old: Get kids outdoors this summer while growing their science knowledge, appreciation for nature, and artistic ability!

A pastel painting used for the Introduction to Soft Pastels for Young Artists workshop of a tree next to a road with tall grass around it, and a rock on the right side of the road, in front of a bright skyline painted yellow, pink, purple, red, and blue. Below the skyline is a row of looming grey mountains.


Experiment with wax as an artistic medium!
Designed for ages 16 & older.

An encaustic painting by workshop instructor Sandra Koberlein with a design of a bee at the top over a beige portion is the subject of the image. There are several stripes of white & green with several small dots of yellow & large dots of blue below the beige portion.

Cancelation Policy: Refunds will be given up to one week prior to the beginning of the workshop. After this time, your workshop fee is non-refundable. WheatonArts reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to minimal enrollment. If cancellation occurs, WheatonArts will refund all workshop fees. A $25.00 fee will be charged to those who do not show up for their appointment. We require 24 hours’ notice to cancel an appointment; otherwise, it will be considered a no-show, except in the case of illness. Are you feeling unwell or showing symptoms of COVID-19? Please stay home. Appointments can be rescheduled by phone or email. 

Questions? Please contact us at 856.825.6800, ext. 152 or by emailing


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