As a visual arts organization with a community focus,  Art House makes art accessible through a broad range of free and low-cost, fee-for-service programs. You can register online, call us, or email us to register for classes. Many classes are free or low-cost; however, we cannot reserve your place(s) unless you register in advance. In the case of classes and events that require a fee, you must pay in advance to ensure your attendance. Please see our policies page for more information.


Community Culture Nights

These special events occur quarterly at Art House, featuring well-known artists who talk about their life's work and artistic process, or a public figure who talks about culture and its relationship to the art scene. Light refreshments are served, and these event are FREE to attend, although registration is recommended.

Annual Chili Cook-Off

Join us for the tastiest Art House event of the year! This popular and fun evening features 10 Art House Chefs and 100 Bowls! Our first 100 guests get to take home a beautiful handmade bowl made by the Art House artists as a keepsake! All of our tasters vote for their favorite chili, and the festivities conclude with the "crowning" of Best Chili Chef! All proceeds from this event benefit Art House.

Annual Artist Inventory Challenge

Art House invites a select group of artists to bring their excess inventory to Art House to combine with our overstock, and then invites them to unleash their creativity upon the materials at hand to create one-of-a-kind works of art. The resulting artworks are then sold online, to the benefit of Art House.

Urban Bright Exhibition

7 schools participate in the Urban Bright in school programming. Our 16th year exhibition will host schools: Denison Elementary, Wilbur Wright Elementary, Old Brooklyn Community Elementary, Stockyard Elementary, Luther Memorial Elementary, John Marshall High School and New Tech West High Schoool to learn more click on the purple button!