Art is something that transcends time, socioeconomic status, and abilities. And that fact was at the forefront of the minds of those who created the Main Line Art Center back in 1937. It was a group of artists who came together in Haverford (not far from the current center) to put together a roster of art classes for everyone.

Today, the Main Line Art Center near Montgomery Pointe continues that mission, but its offerings have expanded a bit. What began as a classroom for painters, sculptors, musicians, dancers, and actors now offers all of the above and much more. The art center has cultivated a special reputation for welcoming those with disabilities, offering accessible art programs for adults and kids, as well as accessible art camps, all of which offer scholarships. If you’re looking to learn a new art form, just check out the ever-growing roster of courses online!