About The Katonah Art Center

Since 1998, The Katonah Art Center has become Northern Westchester's go-to hub for artistic learning. With classes for all ages and levels. KAC is known for its warm, supportive environment that provides a creative sanctuary for artists, musicians, illustrators, sculptors, photographers, printmakers, knitters, painters and potters alike. Our instructors are locally and internationally known not only for their art but for their instructional quality. The art center, which has three painting studios, two pottery studios, a children's art room, an Apple computer lab and specialty studio for printmaking, metals, glass and wood. As of 2016 the new KAC location is housed in a beautifully renovated 1912 Schoolhouse, walking distance from the Goldens Bridge train station.

Visual Arts

The Katonah Art Center offers students an array of classes that encompass almost every facet of the Visual Arts. Our faculty is made up of professional working artists, masters in their fields, many who have been exhibited nationally, been featured in art magazines, and/or published books in their areas of expertise. Whether your goal is to rekindle a neglected passion for art, continue your artistic studies, or change directions by trying your hand at a new medium, you will find a creative sanctuary at KAC. Beginners or accomplished artists alike, will find a haven in which to learn, broaden and explore their skills.


Our Music Program offers Lessons in Guitar, Bass, Upright Bass and Banjo on a weekly basis.

The Katonah Art Center's Suzuki Guitar Program is a curriculum designed for teaching guitar to children starting from age 3. Skills developed in the program include ear training, theory, sight-reading and instrumental technique. Unlike traditional music lessons, where the parents have little or no involvement with their child's lessons, children in the Suzuki guitar program learn the instrument with the help of a dedicated home teacher: the mother, father or guardian, who always practice with the child and attend all lessons and classes. In addition, the home teacher is trained prior to the start of the child's lessons, and continues to study the instrument in parallel to the child.