The Georgetown Atelier is located in Seattle’s historic Georgetown District, renowned for its thriving artistic community. It is housed in a charming brick and wood building that was once the bottling plant of the old Rainier Brewery.
The Georgetown Atelier offers comprehensive training in classical drawing and painting, and is a full-time apprenticeship-based program. The program is designed to take three years to complete and is project based and cumulative. While studying here, students form a bedrock of abilities that lasts a lifetime. Through hard work and step-by-step guidance, students become equipped with a skill set they can use to carve out a flourishing artistic career.
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Program(s): Full-time, Part-time
Medium(s) Taught: Drawing, Painting, Digital, 2D
Instructor(s): Tenaya Sims, Ginger Corr, Holly White-Gehrt, Anthony Waters, Brian Snoddy
Tuition: $6,850 per year
Financial Aid: No