7230 E 29th St. N. Wichita, KS 67226  |  316.683.2500  |  theartparkwichita@cox.net




The CDC has recently updated guidelines in regards to Covid transmission. This new guidance notes that break through infections can occur in vaccinated people and that even fully vaccinated individuals may spread COVID to others.  To keep our staff and students healthy masks are required to enter the Monart School of Art building.  This requirement is for all students with the only exception for our youngest artists in the First Steps Pre-School Program.  We will continue to do our part in preventing the spread of Covid by sanitizing materials and surfaces frequently and encouraging routine handwashing. And remember if any member of your family is experiencing Covid like symptoms please stay home so our staff and students stay healthy. 

If quarantine becomes necessary we will do one of two things: continue on with classes virtually and supply packages will be made available for you to pick up OR we will add on time to the existing quarter/class session to make up.  This will be decided on a case by case basis and only if quarantine is necessary.

From all of us at the Monart School of Art we thank you for your continued support and understanding.

 Want to learn to draw?  Whether you want to learn the basics of drawing or improve existing drawing skills, these are the classes for you!  Instructors will show you new techniques and provide professional quality materials to complete your artwork.  This guided step-by-step method improves visual perception skills by breaking down the subject matter for people of all ages to see and follow along.  The patented Monart Drawing Method was designed by leading art educator Mona Brookes, author of Drawing with Children and Drawing For Older Teens and Adults.  In these monthly workshops, students have fun using provided media while learning to draw.  Because everyone works at a different pace, it is best to have materials to finish up with at home if necessary; click on the “Supplies” tab on our website for a list of materials we use.

Tuition each class is $10.00 per person per class ($5 deposit paid online at registration, $5 cash due at the door.  The deposit is non-refundable, non-transferable if your student does not attend class). 

Class meets Thursdays 1:00-2:00; classes are divided loosely by ages 4 ½-7 and 8-12 and Teen.  All supplies and materials are provided.

SEPT. 9   Red Panda – Oil Pastel

OCT. 14   Golden Pheasant – Colored Pencil

NOV. 11    Tiger – Wax Resist & Watercolor

DEC. 9   Peacock – Acrylic on Paper

JAN. 13    Panda – Printmaking

FEB. 10     Cobra – Water Soluble Wax Pastels

MAR. 10  Snow Leopard – Liquid Graphite Sticks

APR. 14    Asian Elephant – Mixed Media

MAY 12    Orangutan – Chalk Pastel




The Science Club curriculum is designed by The Art Park staff and is perfect for students interested in learning more about the world around them and how things work. Science Club is ideal for students interested in science, math, engineering, literature, creating, exploring, analyzing data, and working with other students with similar interests. Each workshop will bring a new theme meant to expose students to a variety of science concepts; students are encouraged to ask questions and investigate the concepts. We want to help students actively engage in science learning by integrating both science and engineering practices. Each class will involve a series of core concept ideas, along with an engineering component where students will have an opportunity to test and redesign a prototype. Additionally, students will practice working both independently and as a team in order to foster collaboration, communication, and social skills.

Tuition each class is $10.00 per person per class ($5 deposit paid online at registration, $5 cash due at the door.  The deposit is non-refundable, non-transferable if your student does not attend class). 

Class meets Wednesday 10:00-11:00; geared for ages 6-12.  All supplies and materials are provided.


Feb. 9, Wright Brothers: design an airplane prototype and test it.

March 9, Thomas Edison: learn about his life, inventing the lightbulb and practice with circuit sets.

April 13, Alexander Graham Bell: learn about his various inventions and his contributions to the deaf community. Make a cup telephone and learn your name in sign language.

MAY 11, Thomas Jefferson: assemble various pully systems and learn about the Dumbwaiter he invented.


Please drop off your student at the door; classes will begin and end promptly, so please be on time.  To help us maintain a quiet atmosphere in the entire building; the outside playground is at your disposal.  Please note the $5 per person deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable if your student does not attend class.

ENROLL ONLINE: www.TheArtParkWichita.com/classes Questions? Text or call 316-683-2500 or email: theartparkwichita@cox.net

At the Monart School of Art we strive to provide the very highest quality of art education.  This is accomplished two-fold because of our patented method and our extremely qualified teachers.  Join us and discover the Monart difference:

  • Students use professional grade materials & learn how to use materials properly
  • Our teachers are educators that have taught in the classroom as well as artists that show on the national level
  • We use a progressive curriculum that builds skill levels and teaches independent creativity and three-dimensionality. Our students don’t just copy pictures and the teachers’ line-by-line drawing; they learn to draw from real objects
  • We limit our class size to maintain an organized and structured setting where all students receive attention
  • Our safe environment allows students to feel comfortable asking questions and learning problem solving techniques. Monart teachers are trained extensively in how to achieve a variety of creative results from the same lesson plan
  • We teach serious drawing skills with many side benefits to academics while students enjoy learning new skills

WANT MORE CLASSES?  Then sign up for our weekly classes!


Meets Mon. 1:00-2:00 ages 4 ½-7 or 8-12. Teen classes meet Mon. or Thurs. 4:30-6:00. 

New lower prices!!!  Homeschool families receive a 25% discount for the first two students and a 50% discount for any students thereafter.  Prices below indicate tuition for one student for a semester and include the homeschool discount already.  Contact us for pricing for 3+ students.

Semester enrollment is a flexible attendance plan.  The school year is divided into three semesters and you pre-pay for part of the current semester.  Decide which day/time you can consistently come to and then attend as many class periods as you can; we will keep track of attendance.  If all classes are attended the extra tuition is due at the end of the semester.  Missed classes do not need to be “made-up,” as this is a flexible attendance plan.  Unused tuition/classes cannot be carried over to a new semester.  Enrollment mid-semester is acceptable upon availability.   Once camp/class/workshop registration has been completed it is final (after all, registration is how we make hiring, scheduling and supply order decisions).  No refunds are granted for missed or unused tuition.  If a student is unable to attend an event the tuition may be transferable to another student or camp upon availability.  We reserve the right to combine classes/camps/workshops due to low enrollment or subject compatibility.

FALL SEMESTER, Sept. 8 – Nov. 30:  We are holding class for 11 weeks.  Pre-pay for 10 & choose which dates you can attendNo class: Nov. 22-27.   *Annual registration fee due for new students.  Second child ½ price!

1 HOUR: $130.00             1 ½ HOUR: $150.00                  

WINTER SEMESTER, Dec. 1 – Feb. 28:  We are holding class for 11 weeks.  Pre-pay for 10 & choose which dates you can attend.  No class Dec. 20-Jan. 2, classes resume Jan. 3.  Tuesday classes will have one day to make-up for, please speak with your child’s instructor.   *Annual $15 registration fee due for new students.  Second child ½ price!

1 HOUR: $115.00             1 ½ HOUR: $135.00

SPRING SEMESTER, Mar. 1 – May 23:  We are holding class for 11 weeks, pre-pay for 10 & choose which dates you can attend.  Annual spring art show/open house TBA. No class: Mar. 14-19, spring break.  *Annual $15 registration fee due for new students. Second child ½ price!

1 HOUR: $130.00             1 ½ HOUR: $150.00