More than just an art class.

Art Classes

Online Art Classes

We are now offering art classes via Zoom. Classes will be kept small, between 4-8 children per class. Supplies need to be purchased or obtained before the first class starts. Many supplies can be found at home. Supplies can also be ordered from Amazon, Lakeshore Learning, or Discount School Supply. Links to class supply lists are available for each class.

To register for classes, email with your child's name and age and the class name, day and time you want to register for.

July Classes

August Workshops

Fall Classes

Meet the Instructors

Kören Beck Tomlinson - Kören is an accomplished artist and knitter who loves to teach. She has an MFA from Parsons School of Design. Kören has taught in both Waldorf and Montessori schools as an enrichment specialist. Her classes are designed to enhance whole learning and personal development. She creates open-ended, process-driving projects that allow the students to develop their ideas and personal communication skills as well as their art skills. She works with students in drawing, collage, assemblage, and more.

Jackie Greenfield - Jackie has a Master's degree in Art Education K-12 from Manhattanville College. Her classes focus on multimedia abstract art and collage. Her specialty is 3D work and sculptures created from cardboard, wire, fabric, styrofoam, paper, and other materials. She sometimes adds lighting or moving parts.

Nicole Pertelesi - Nicole is a board certified Art Therapist. She has an MA in Art Therapy from Hofstra University and a BA in Art Education from SUNY New Paltz. She has been practicing for the last ten years, working primarily with children and adults with various disabilities and autism. Her classes consist of creating art using multiple media - crayons, watercolor, collage, and paint. She provides guidance and structure with the flexibility to allow each person to grow in their own creative way.

Melissa Listwan - Melissa has been teaching at Young at Art since 2015. She has been trained by veteran YAA teachers and has been working with small children for 7 years. Melissa's personal artwork has primarily been in woodworking. She is working toward a teaching degree at Westchester Community College.