USDAN ONLINE PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Welcome to Usdan Online: Usdan's online arts education program.
Usdan Online is a fun and dynamic virtual space for young artists to connect, be creative, and learn something new. The program provides excellent arts instruction across all art forms through our talented artist educators.
DATES & RATES
Usdan Online will be a hiatus for the summer months. We look forward to returning in the Fall or Winter!
THE ONLINE STUDIO
Through Usdan Online, Zoom rooms are transformed into online studios providing a space for students to expand their creative practice, take risks, and make positive connections. Online classes are structured to encourage creativity, engagement, and collaboration.
Take a closer look below and on our YouTube channel at the awesome art-making that has taken place so far in our online studios.
Teachers will invite parents and caregivers to join their child’s course on the last day for a celebration and sharing of work.
For more information, visit our Usdan Happy Hours page.
PRIVATE & SMALL GROUP COURSES
Usdan is offering private and small group courses outside of listed options based on interest. Families can request a private or small group course, such as chess or private music lessons, by completing this form.
Still have questions? Our staff is eager to speak with you and can be reached in any of the following ways:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Schedule a time to speak with one of our Admissions staff here
- Chat us live here on the website during business hours
"This was more than an art class. It was really engaging each kid as a person and making
personal connections with each other."
—Usdan Online Parent
"It's Usdan! It's appreciation for all ideas, creativity and individuals. My child always feels heard at Usdan, his ideas
and thoughts are both validated and challenged, a true growth experience."
—Usdan Online Parent
"My experience with Usdan Online was very positive ... Usdan Online allowed me to take
... classes that I never thought I would be interested in or take."
—Usdan Online Student