Educating and inspiring all to create and enjoy the visual arts.

Image of The Flower City Arts Center demonstrating their  program

The Flower City Arts Center is a community of makers, from the established artist to dabbler. Connect with us by joining as a member or enrolling in a class today.

61

adult courses

9

kids courses

Spring Break: Storytelling Slip and Score (Ages 5-8)

In this class, kids ages 5-8 will explore some of their favorite books and use clay to make creative sculptures that engage with the story. ...

Viva! Short Course on Handbuilding (Ages 55+)

In this six-week class you will learn different methods of working with clay using slab, coil and pinch methods. You will also learn about different ...

Intro to the Wheel I

For beginners, this 8-week Introduction class covers the basics of wheel-thrown, functional work. You will learn to master the cylinder, the gateway form to cups, ...

Landscape Photography

Look at historical and contemporary landscape photography and review technical aspects and tools involved. Weekly photography assignments will be given to solidify material. Students will ...

Jewelry Making: Broach Making

In this course we will be focusing on the basics of jewelry construction, working with cold connection techniques to create a wearable brooch.

Exhibitions
& Events

Wall-to-Wall: 2020 Members Exhibition


Mar 13th - Apr 10th

The Flower City Arts Center is excited to showcase the artwork of our talented members in our annual member exhibition Wall-to-Wall. ...

Studio 678 Photo Club Final Ceremony


March 27th, 6:30 p.m.

CANCELLATION: We will be canceling BOTH Photo Club Studio 678 and 789 final ceremonies at City Hall on March 27 and James Monroe High School March 28. We are still ...

Studio 789 Photo Club Final Ceremony


March 28th, 11 a.m.

CANCELLATION: We will be canceling BOTH Photo Club Studio 678 and 789 final ceremonies at City Hall on March 27 and James Monroe High School March 28. We are still ...

Flower City Arts Center is supported by funding from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.