Summer 2023 registration opens May 20 at 10am
*Priority registration for active scholarship recipients starts May 17 at 10 am
Cover Photo by Chris Gould
6/10, 6/24, 7/8, 7/22, 8/5 Saturday, 11am-12pm
7/8 – 7/15 Saturdays, 1pm–4pm, Virtual David J. Gubernick
6/7 – 6/28 Wednesday 5-7pm Katherine Akey
6/17, 7/1, 7/22, 8/5 Saturdays, 1-4pm Chris Gould
7/20 – 8/10 Thursdays, 6pm-8pm Barbara Pollak-Lewis
6/6 – 7/18 Tuesdays, 6pm-8:30pm Brian Z. Shapiro 6/29 – 8/3 Thursdays, 6pm-8:30pm Chris Gould
6/10 – 7/15 Saturdays, 12-3pm Grant Rusk
6/15 & 8/10 Thursday 6pm-8:30pm Chris Gould
7/2 – 8/12 Wednesays, 6pm-8:30pm Brian Z. Shapiro
7/26 – 8/9 Wednesday 6-8pm Katherine Akey
8/12 Saturday, 12-3:30pm Grant Rusk
6/21 – 7/19 Wednesdays, 3:30pm-6pm John Longyear
6/7 – 6/28 Wednesdays, 6pm-8:30pm Brian Z. Shapiro
6/24 & 8/12 Saturdays, 1pm-4pm Brian Z. Shapiro
Classes at Randall Museum
Randall Museum has classes for all ages in science, nature and art. Whether you want to submerse yourself in learning a new skill, or drop in for an hour with your young artists, there are classes in art, science and applied design to pique your curiosity. Randall classes encourage discovery of the natural world by kids of all ages. There are even summer camps that are very popular and fill up fast. Classes change every quarterly season, so check back again for something new!
To register for a class, you must first set up a family account through the San Francisco Recreation and Parks class registration home page.
Randall Museum members receive class discounts and priority registration!
Youth & Adult Classes at Sharon Art Studio
All of the fine arts classes can be done from anywhere in the world. Take a watercolor, drawing, or portraiture class with friends or family. Ceramics will happen for local residents who can pick up and drop off items, and join for an outdoor glaze day. Teen classes are held here at the studio and include ceramics (wheel and hand building) and metal/jewelry arts. Art is the new way to vacay!