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Q: Anyone know of an evening/weekend art classes for foreigners in Beijing?

7 years 47 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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I don't know of any art classes but I do know of a knitting course called the Beijing Guild. I think they mainly meet during the week though so you may want to contact them if this is something that interests you: http://www.beijingguild.com/

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Hello!

I would like to take drawing and sketching classes in Beijing. I know of the Expat Learning center (very expensive!) and was hoping to find another school. However, every time I try to search in Google, I get "Page unavialable" or "Page timed out" message.

Any help here>?

Thanks!

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Go to Chaoyang park they have this little art place you pick out the porcelain and they teach you how to paint it. It's pretty affordable all you have to do is pay for the porcelain and the guys there will set you up with paint a brush the necessities you need to begin your art work/class. Per art which you are able to take home I believe it is only 30 or 35 kuai and you can do as many as you like!

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Art school always are expensive

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