Integral to Redux’s mission is to educate our community about current practices in art through both an academic and hands on approach. Redux offers year-round art classes and workshops to the public for both kids and adults. Over 100 classes and workshops are available throughout the year covering a variety of topics both traditional and non-traditional. We have a class for everyone, whether you are a beginner or more advanced artist looking to broaden and enhance your talents.
Our classes are affordable, fun, challenging and taught by talented local qualified instructors. Courses include painting, photography, drawing, printmaking, art history, and much more. All courses are timed to fit the schedules of working people and are taught by working professional artists. Through our classes, workshops, and studio space we provide the guidance and resources you need to bring your creativity and passion to life.
Interested in private lessons? From introductory and advanced lessons in a variety of media, to portfolio preparation, we are able to offer private lessons and classes tailored to your needs and interests – providing exclusive, quality instruction from our studio artists, teaching artists, and certified art teachers.
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Redux’s outreach programs introduce underserved children, youth, and adults to the arts. By partnering with other organizations that serve the local community, we can dramatically increase our impact.
By supporting Redux’s outreach programs, we are able to provide the invaluable opportunity for participants to develop self-confidence, leadership skills, and positive relationships with peers and self through visual and creative arts. By developing skills, creating, and talking with their peers and our teaching artists, participants develop self-assurance and integrate language into their art.
OTHER PROJECTS AND PARTNERS
MUSC, HeartSC, Dee Norton Child Advocacy Center, Inspirational Pathways / Sanders-Clyde Elementary School, John L. Dart Library, Artist & Craftsman Supply, Camp Hope at Sanders-Clyde Creative Arts School; Metanoia Project at Chicora Elementary, Enough Pie, Gibbes Museum of Art, University School of the Lowcountry; previous partners include YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, Girl Scouts, Yo! Arts, and Charleston County School District.
Redux provides FREE tours of current exhibitions and studios space to schools and community groups. Please *contact Megan Collier-Bansil to arrange a free tour.
*Please give at least 4 weeks notice; subject to availability.
Our outreach efforts are tailored to the needs of each organization.
If you are interested in partnering with Redux, please contact our Education & Outreach Coordinator, Megan Collier-Bansil at firstname.lastname@example.org or our Executive Director, Cara Leepson at email@example.com.
Redux’s Outreach Program is possible thanks to the support of the South Carolina Arts Commission, the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelly Foundation, and thanks to the community support from individual donors and organizations.
Classes and Camps: Redux Contemporary Art Center may cancel any class with insufficient enrollment; students will be notified and given a full refund. If a student withdraws at least 48 hours before the class begins, he/she will be refunded his/her tuition minus an administrative fee. There are no refunds after the start of class, and membership fees are nonrefundable. Students are not enrolled until complete payment is received. Redux will not pro-rate or offer make-up days for student absences.