South Arts sessions and classes are held in the
Co-op room in the Schoolhouse Art & History Center.


Sessions Available (no registration)

Friday Morning Open Studio

Join us every Friday morning from 10 AM to 1 PM. Open to the public, no charge, however we have a donation box with a suggested donation of $5. Bring your own art supplies and whatever you are working on and join our group. Grab yourself a coffee or tea from Reginald's coffee shop in the building. We help each other, have fun and instruction is available if necessary. Bring a friend and join in the fun!



Wednesday Evening Figure Drawing Sessions

Come and practice your drawing skills with a live model. The model may be nude or in costume. Figure Drawing Sessions meets every other Wednesday Evenings, 6:30-9 pm. $12 per session. This is not a class but a drawing session. Next sessions are September 20, October 4 and 18.


Please contact Dale Gregg for more info: or 412-327-0441  




Wednesday Evening Open Studio, Member Workshops, or Artist Meet & Greet 

Join us bi-monthly on Wednesday evenings from from 6:30 to 9 for open studio where you bring your own supplies like our Friday morning open studio. Quarterly we will have a clothed model and an Artist Meet & Greet. We also hold occasional Member Workshops, unlike a class, a member shares a technique or knowledge with our membership in a casual setting. Or we may set up a still life, where you may paint or draw the still life or choose to do your own work. If you have an idea or talent you would like to demonstrate to our group please contact our workshop coordinator, Cheryl at  Suggested donation of $5. Next sessions are September 27, October 8 and 22.


Artist Meet and Greet: Wednesday, September 27 and October 8. We will hold a social gathering occasionly to encourage all members to share their artwork. Bring in your artwork and share your process and background. We will supply wine and feel free to bring a snack to share. 


Tole Painting with Jean Benson

Mondays September 11 – November 13

at the Schoolhouse in the Co-op room  

1- 3:30 pm

Cost is $15 a class


Tole painting is the folk art of decorative painting on tin and wooden utensils, objects and furniture. The subjects are usually flowers and fruit but may be any subject. Jean Benson has been painting and teaching for more than half a century.  At 104 years young she will help you paint on anything from metal trays to wooden boxes or on canvas too. Jean uses oils however you may use acrylics as well. 

For more information or if interested in attending please email


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Schoolhouse Art & History Center

Bethel Park Historical Society 

2600 South Park Road

Bethel Park, PA 15102


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Co-presidents Jeanie Slater and Cheryl Chivers:

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