Sedona is surrounded by a magical landscape of red rock formations and high desert hills with beautiful Oak Creek meandering through it all. Come experience the Shangri-La of the Southwest, a beautiful learning environment with Art Colony roots going back nearly 100 years.

Workshops at the Sedona Arts Center offer an intensive experience that will provide inspiration and information to distill and practice for months and even years afterwards. A wide variety of disciplines and mediums are offered with a special focus on studio and plein air landscape painting, mixed media and  abstraction. Workshops are appropriate for all levels of students and are presented through demonstrations, individual instruction and group presentation. Instructors are experts in their field – experienced teachers with national recognition.

Scholarship funds may be available for those who would benefit and have need: Click here for our Scholarship Application

Important information about in-person learning safety at Sedona Arts Center:

The health and safety of our Patrons, Students, Volunteers, and Staff are a top priority. Since COVID-19 first surfaced, our staff has been monitoring the situation closely and taking every precaution to keep our Patrons, Students, Volunteers, Staff, and our communities safe.

  • We require that face masks, covering mouth and nose, be worn in our classrooms and galleries until further notice. (Note: face shields are not adequate)
  • Enrollment in in-person classes and workshops is limited to ensure social distancing is possible.
  • Thermometers are available in the Gallery and Studios for self-checking of temperature upon entrance.
  • Sanitation stations are available at each entrance to the Center. Paper masks are available for no charge.

Sedona Arts Center administrative offices are closed to the public. Staff are available by phone or Zoom. Thank you for supporting the artists, staff, and volunteers at Sedona Arts Center. We look forward to continuing to serve you, the artists we represent, and the local community.

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Alternative ceramic firings

Alternative Firing

Dennis OttFeb 6, 2022 - Feb 13, 2022
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Intuitive Expressive Painting

Jesse RenoFeb 18, 2022 - Feb 21, 2022
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Let’s Play and Explore Art...

Daryl UrigMar 1, 2022 - Mar 3, 2022
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Drip, Drag, Scrape: Introduction to...

Helene FarrarMar 4, 2022 - Mar 6, 2022
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Maine to Sedona: Color and texture of...

Erin McGee Ferrell Mar 5, 2022 - Mar 6, 2022
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The Inspired Abstract

Julie Bernstein EngelmannMar 9, 2022 - Mar 11, 2022
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Ink, Paper and Intuition: Monotype...

Phil GarrettMar 11, 2022 - Mar 13, 2022
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Creating the Abstract Landscape

Amanda HawkinsMar 14, 2022 - Mar 16, 2022
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iPhoneography at the Grand Canyon, South...

Kelli KlymenkoMar 19, 2022
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iPhoneography at the Grand Canyon, South...

Kelli KlymenkoMar 20, 2022
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Find Your Authentic Voice in Plein Air

Carol DouglasMar 21, 2022 - Mar 26, 2022
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Painterly Portraits in Pastel

William SchneiderMar 24, 2022 - Mar 27, 2022
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Altered Thrown Forms & Whimsical...

Jeff PerkinsMar 26, 2022 - Mar 27, 2022
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Mindful Nature Journaling

Ann Brownfield MearaApr 8, 2022 - Apr 9, 2022
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Wet & Wild-Plein Air to Studio

Julie Gilbert PollardApr 21, 2022 - Apr 23, 2022
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Paper Paintings: Mixed Media Airmail Art

Elizabeth St. HilaireApr 22, 2022 - Apr 24, 2022
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Painting Pastel Landscapes

Lorenzo ChavezApr 22, 2022 - Apr 24, 2022
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Grand Canyon: Painting from the South...

Bill CramerApr 26, 2022 - Apr 28, 2022
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Art Journaling

Jesse PetersenMay 5, 2022 - May 7, 2022
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Monotype & Monoprints: Making a...

James ReesMay 5, 2022 - May 7, 2022
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