Scribble Art Studio

Dated: October 24 2014

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The Place To Go For Art Lessons in Pooler

Have you ever wondered what is the place to go for art lessons in Pooler? Sure, you could attend the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), but let’s be honest – you’d have to have money to burn.  SCAD has a great reputation, and has the best art programs in the Southeast, but it is one of the priciest art schools in the country. Also, you’d have to be a college student to attend the programs, so not everyone can enjoy the calsses  And, let’s not forget: if you wanted to go to SCAD, you’d have to be accepted first, based on your portfolio, which I am told is rather hard to do! So where do you start developing your professional portfolio? Where is the place to go for art lessons in Pooler if you are just starting out and need experience and professional guidance?
Well, I’m here to tell you the place to go for art lessons in Pooler. It’s the brand-new Scribble Art Studio, which has been a very popular place for private art instruction in Savannah for years, but which just opened up a new branch in Pooler Georgia. It is Conveniently located off of I-95 on the Pooler Parkway at 115 Canal Street, near the Savannah Yoga Center.  This is absolutely the place to go for art lessons in Pooler.
For one thing, they accept students of almost all ages. They’ll teach kids as young as two years old from Pooler, all the way through senior citizens from Pooler. And they offer an incredibly wide variety of art lessons. Whether its drawing, painting, sculpture, sewing, or various types of arts and crafts, Scribble’s team of professionally-trained artists (many of whom are SCAD graduates themselves) offer them all.
The classes offered at the Pooler location basically mirror the classes offered at their Savannah studio, and while most of the classes are geared towards kids (because providing private art instruction for your children is a wonderful thing for all parents to consider doing), the studio can also be reserved for private classes geared toward adults, and for corporate events where a company’s employees could get together and work on an art project together as a team building exercise.
Now, if there are any folks who live in the area who used to do a lot of art, but perhaps fell out of it and want to refresh their skills or take them to the next level, and may have wondered the place to go for art lessons in Pooler, my search is over and that means so is yours!You can learn more about the place and all the art lessons they offer at their website:
I’ll probably blog some more in the future after I have had a chance to take some classes there myself. Then I can speak more in depth on what they offer there, and what the actual vibe is like for the students.But for now, as far as I can tell, Scribble Art Studio is the place to go for art lessons in Pooler.
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