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Drawing, Painting and Sculpture
1095€/Month*

*3285€ per term (11 weeks). Minimum enrollment 2 terms (22 weeks)

  • LANGUAGE English & Spanish

  • SCHEDULE Monday to Friday from 9:30am-5.30pm (38h per week)

  • EXTRA We work from a live model

  • DURATION From 22 weeks (minimum registration period)

Guaranteed!!

The Secret Way to create profesional and delightfull art,

in 6 months 

Are you sick of not knowing what is wrong with your art and how to fix it? 

Tired of feeling frustrated, all the time? And looking for ways to become a successful artist faster?

What you’re about to discover will change the way you create art forever…

Dear Artist,

Lemme guess, you’re looking for new ways to improve your art?

And you’re thinking “If only I had enough talent to make a piece of art that would make me go, "Woah, did I really create that?!".

Ok look, imma shoot you straight….

Most people don’t have a talent problem.

They have a technical knoledge problem.

Talent will help get you started but it won’t get you to the Promised Land.

You have to work really hard to ensures you become successful. Hard work and effort will beat talent 99% of the time.

The great masters started out with some pretty cringeworthy drawings, but they kept at it until they got to a point where they could show off their stuff with pride. Then they kept going and honed their skills until their artwork looked like it had been blessed by the almighty himself!

Las Meninas - Diego Velazquez
Diego Velazquez began studying under Francisco Pacheco when he was 11 years old and continued to study with him until he was 18.s.
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn - Return of the Prodigal Son
Rembrandt received approximately 12 years of formal education, starting with elementary school and continuing through to art school.
The Creation of Adam - Michelangelo
Michelangelo received approximately 8 years of art education.
Peter Paul Rubens - The Fall of Phaeton
Raphael, Titian, Caravaggio, and Peter Paul Rubens each had around 10 years of art education.
Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida - Research
Sorolla began learning art at the age of six and continued to hone his skills for many years. He studied at the Escuela de Bellas Artes de San Carlos in Valencia for six years, before leaving to study with some of the most important artists of the time.

You may thinking...

“Well, I have an art education, I even have a fine art degree, I have all the technical knowledge that I need, right?

WRONG!!

Look,

Simply Follow Our Blueprint To Success & You’ll Avoid Years of Frustration!

Sharpen your art skills can be much easier than you think.

Many people simply don’t know the correct steps to take which makes them take far longer than they need to.

We’ve done all the hard work for you, so all you need to do is follow our step-by-step blueprint and you’ll became a successful artist in no time.

 

You really, really need to...

Discover the main and largest cause of your daily frustration with your art

So listen carefully…

And stay with me

Let me take you back in time to the great masters of the Renaissance.

Here we go!

They learned to draw and paint through a process of practice and mentoring. This was called the painters guild.

Fast forward to the 19th century and academicism was developed to replace the guild system, which was done to raise the professional status of artists.

This process involved a rigorous apprenticeship, starting with engravings and then plaster casts of classical sculptures. Only then were students allowed to draw from live models.

But then modern art movements like Impressionism and Post-Impressionism emerged, which allowed for individual expression without the technical knowledge.

As a result, academic art teaching pretty much disappeared.

No more learning tricky techniques! No more studying anatomy, perspective, composition, light theory, or color theory – It will be not good for your creativity!!

Jus to make sure you understand...

No Academic Learnig

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With Academic Learning

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Don't get me wrong,

I'm sure she attempted to restore the original painting to its former glory, and I'm sure she gave it her all.

However, without the right knowledge and expertise, that was as far as her efforts could take her.

Comprende? Good

So that's why you may feel like you're not that great despite your art education.

When you follow our advice closely, you also draw and paint much better than you would ever be able to achieve on your own

At Madrid Academy of Art, we help art students to achieve their desired outcomes in six months.

In the last years we’ve shown hundreds of students how to easily improve real fast their art skills without years of hard work and trial and error.

We’ve help Guillem to do it, and we can do the same for you too.

 

Guillem Progress in 6 Months

BEFORE

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Guillem Aznar drawing september 2022

 AFTER 6 months

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Guillem Aznar drawing april 2023

 

80% Of Art Students Will Never became a successful artist Without The Right Learning.

Sadly, 80% of Art Students will never reach their dream to make art professionally.

It’s not their fault, they just haven’t been taught the right way to sharpen their art skills.

The art education you can get today in almost every school, academy, or university on this planet is a watered-down, decaffeinated version of what the old masters received.

Yes…in ALMOST every school, academy or university!!

Luckily,

Despite the odds,

A plucky crew of creative educators and artists stepped up to the plate and vowed to preserve the wisdom and technical art skills for future generations

(check this article to know more )

This is know as the Atelier Movement/Model

And yes, we are proud to be part of this movement

So know that you know the ugly true about art education

Let me ask you a simple question…

Why waste endless hours trying out techniques that MIGHT work when you can just "do" what's already working like the masters?

So you could try and figure this all out by yourself.

You can keep toiling away, spending your days dealing with the worry and confusion, and wasting your hard-earned time. Ever uncertain about how to draw a hand or use your shades correctly or how to conquer this issue with your shadow or make your painting do not look as flat as a pancake.

We can show you exactly what we did to help our students to achieve this impressive results, using the same strategies.

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Russian contraposto drawing
Russian method Painting
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Reserve your consultation today to see how you can achieve a similar result, and do it much faster than you ever thought was possible.

Save Yourself Years Of Costly Trial & Error By Using Our Blueprint To Improve Your Art Skills

Why waste years struggling along, trying to figure things out for yourself?

You can save this time and get a much better result when you get our expert advice and use our blueprint to became a successful artist.

It’s like a shortcut which gives you confident, removes all the doubts and makes you feel like you already master the skills needed to create a professional art

Are you ready to improve your art skills in the next 6 months?

To have more freedom and confident without years of hard work it usually takes?

Listen, there’s no dignity in struggling if you can find a better way to succeed.

Creating masterful art pieces with reliability and consistency is never a result of…

 

🪄🤞💫

‘Magic Pixie Dust’ Sprinkled On ‘Crossed Fingers’ With A Scoop Of ‘Hope And Pray For The Best’

No…It’s about having a predictable and reliable “system” to créate great art.

And our “Free 30-minute strategy session” includes a war chest of proven methodologies and techniques that most academies don’t know even exist. Here is just a fraction of what you'll dicover:

The biggest blunder you could be making that could be sucking out all the volume from your masterpieces.

The trick for proportions that always flow when you are drawing from life, no matter the pose, no matter the escorzo (nope, I'm not talking about using a proyector) 

The one thing that you have to have in mind when painting or drawing a portrait that will make your portraits looks real.

The step-by-step process to make a realistic rendering of a still life or a cast which will greatly improve your figure drawings.

The 5 rules you need to consider to making a composition look interesting and engaging (this trick is coming from Repin himself).

The must-have materials for a landscape painting session and how to avoid disastrous outcomes.

How to make a harmonious work of art (using a limited palette) that stands out from the crowd

The step by step process of 3 different methods that will allow you to create your unique and personal style.

Claim Your FREE No-Obligation 30-Minute Strategy Session (Valued at €300)

During this no-obligation call, our experts will discuss your specific situation and how we can help you to build a large and diverse art skills in less than a year.

Here’s what you’ll discover in your FREE consultation…

  • How to improve your drawing and painting skills and create professional art in 6 months without uncertainty, frustration and pain
  • The exact process we’ve used to take hundreds of students from draw and paint in a basic level to sharpen their drawing and painting skills and become a professional artist
  • The biggest problem people come to us with which keeps them painting and drawing the same mistakes – no matter what else they do!

This is ONLY for people who are serious about becoming a successful artist and places are strictly limited. Enter your details below now to avoid disappointment and secure your consultation.

 

 

Okay, enough! Enough! Let’s get something straight right now!…

 Are you ready to take your learning to the next level?

I'm so confident we can exceed your expectations that I'm willing to put my money where my mouth is,

if we don't exceed your expectations whithin your first month in the school, then your money is on its way back to you

Does this offer excite you?

Interested in putting us to the test?

Hold on there, tiger…not so fast. Gotta back up a little first.

Because this is not for everybody.

Before you jump in, there are 3 things you need to meet to make sure this program is the right fit for you:

1

Attend every class. If you want to learn something, you've got to buckle down and get serious. Don't just talk the talk - put in the hard work and show up to every class, whether it's mandatory or not. And don't even think about skipping, unless your doctor has a death certificate saying you can't make it!

2

Follow the teachers instructions all the time. You have to have the right attitude and approach, be flexible and always follow the teacher's instructions. Otherwise, you're on your own! and we can’t guarantee your success.

3

Provide us with honest feedback. if you're willing to give us honest feedback on how it's going each week, we can guarantee success! Just think of us as your own personal cheering squad - we can't help you if we don't know what's working and what's not. We don't have a magical crystal ball that can tell us how to make sure you learn and grow. So, be sure to talk to us and let us know how we can help you out!

Does this opportunity interest you? Do you meet the above qualifications? If so, go here and book in a 30-minute strategy session with my team to see if we’d be a good fit.

 

“I would recommend the program, but not to everyone. Because I think it’s a lot of work, a lot of time and it’s also money. I would only recommend it to people who are passionate about something. Because otherwise it is wasting it, if you go with the intention of spending time, well, you have many other places to do it…”

 

“There are people who have so much fun that they don’t want someone else to be involved in that process. Because in the end, if you let yourself be guided by another person, sometimes it is not a fun thing. It is not: “how beautiful this painting has been!”. That process is a lot of suffering too and not everyone would be willing…”

 

“I would not recommend it to anyone because you have to really like figuration, portraiture, everything that is the human being and be willing to be taught. There are people who don’t pay attention. They are people who do not like the human figure, for example, and prefer to combine colors in a landscape, they have fun with it and they are not interested in anything else…”

 

They teach you a lot to focus on a goal. To break your limits, to have patience, to have humility to learn from others, so that others can teach you. And all of these are fundamental personal qualities in life. Very satisfying for me on a personal level, finally having found this place to fully develop myself…”

 

“There is a clear methodology. They know where you want to go. They know how to guide you there. It is very personalized and that is always appreciated. It is not a typical academy where they teach you four things and have a group level. They care about you, personally, that you reach the level of perfection that you are looking for and that you need…”

 

“The self-taught option is viable depending a little on your way of being. I think that if you are demanding with yourself it is a good tool. Only that all human beings tend to the comfortable. I myself, for example, was hitting me like blows. I started with painting, I realized that I wasn’t going that way. I went back and resumed drawing. I went much further back, until I started at the beginning, because I understood that it was a process that started from one place and you couldn’t start halfway…”

 

“I’m sure it’s more difficult because you’re going to make a lot more mistakes and it’s going to take longer to specify an address and a path, and you’re going to waste time and probably get somewhere, but you’re going to arrive later and more tired. The MAA program is much more direct than anything else I can find right now…”

 

“Until a certain point. When you find a limit. Like the conversation I had with the teacher the other day. He told me: “I see that you are reaching a limit and you say, well this is it, and what I do is push you further, against that limit so that you cross it”. I think that you need someone to do it, you are not going to do it. When they teach you what is logical, what is the path, you already know that it is there…”

 

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“(OTHERS ACADEMIES) At the painting level, they were based on copying photographs, one after another. It also limited your own creativity. Because it gave me the feeling that they taught you how to fly, but without ever taking off, always on the runway. So I wanted to take off. When do we take off? When do you teach me to develop my creativity, my imagination, to do something without limits? If I imagine a scene from a certain place, through a composition, I can do it. Whether it’s because of the knowledge of anatomy, drawing itself, even models, sculpture, anything that doesn’t limit you. It always seemed very rare to me…”

 

“It’s a lot of money and obviously not everyone can afford it. And I feel quite privileged to be able to pay for it and thus be able to maintain a normal life, without luxuries, but normal. And it’s not expensive. The service as such, the new facilities, the hours you can have a day with a model, if you attend in the morning and in the afternoon… You can’t find that anywhere. You can find similar things, but not everything in one place, it’s not expensive, I think it’s very good…”

 

I like that teachers comment, not only what is done in the academy, but what they do outside, the paintings they do personally, the processes… that they speak to you beyond the drawings and paintings, that they speak to you of the life as artists, how they see it. It is super interesting because they are now paving the way and it gives you clues as to how you can do it in the future…”

 

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“I know people who also like art, obviously friends of mine, but I think it wouldn’t work for everyone. It all depends on how you approach art. There are people who just like art as a way to blow off steam or relax. A friend of mine, for example, tells me: “I really like painting because I relax a lot”. And I say to him: “And how do you relax?” (laughing)… “but it’s a pain” (keep laughing) “I don’t get this part, review it, do it again…”

 

“I would recommend it to someone who is very clear that they want to dedicate themselves to this, to be an artist, painter, sculptor… and to people of Fine Arts who like technique…”

 

“I need to work to pay for this and apart from taking a lot of time from where I can to be able to come. And dedicating all that time to it is not easy. As I have a personal situation where I don’t have children, that makes it easier for me to be able to dedicate time to this…”

 

“I like one thing about the school that I haven’t found before. Have a clear methodology. Because what I have found so far is spending a lot of time on an activity in which you do not notice that you are making progress. You can be there for years and years and you don’t advance. I have met people who have spent more than 20 years painting photographs and in the end they don’t know how to do anything else. It leads nowhere…”

 

“I like communication with the teacher. I think they adapt well to the student. Not only at their level, but how they address the student. From my experience, they arrive, they go well with what they tell you. I get home and listen to the teacher in my head repeating technical aspects to me. And I think that happens because they do it well. Because they are very flexible. Because they do not treat all students in the same way. Which is what has been happening to me all my life. And here they go at your own pace. Here is work and support…”

 

"The time you dedicate to it is to achieve a goal that they have clear. And if you have fulfilled it and you have fulfilled it well, because they are very demanding, a door opens to the next phase. Then you see that you are moving towards something…

 

“Because of my way of being self-demanding, I went looking for a bit of that knowledge that I lacked and dedicated time to it. What’s up? That one is aware that when you dedicate time to something certain, there are things that you like more than others and I lacked that discipline and I left things aside. It was easier to draw pictures while watching TV because it is less tiring, on the one hand, it has its advantages, but on the other, its drawbacks…”

 

“Normally in others academies they do not give the importance to the drawing that it deserves. Broadly speaking, I have found training centers where people went more to meet other people, to hang out, to develop that hobby, to do something successful, beautiful, that they could teach their friends. But they didn’t have that restlessness or that hunger to perfect themselves, this academies focused more on not frustrating people too much and not losing extra income…”

 

“Depends on what is expensive for you, indeed it is expensive, but if you really have a dream… how expensive is it to fulfill it? For example, there are people who pay a lot of money for a home that is not going to give them as much satisfaction as the time one spends here drawing, painting, sculpting, it depends on your preference, on what makes you happy…”

 

“In the academy where I was, I told them about the possibility of taking models to work from life. And they told me that if they began to bring models to paint from life, the students would get frustrated, they would not want to continue and they would want to leave…”

 

“It requires you to have some savings, to have an economic cushion, even if you need to leave your job for a while to be able to support yourself with those savings. But it’s worth it. It’s worth it because it’s not money wasted by the academy. Because they do care about the training of people, about the teachers they bring, about the facilities, it is something serious and professionalism has to be paid for…

 

P.S.: Oh, well, hello there…need some more convincing huh?

You can keep slogging away, working your tail off dealing with the frustration and unpredictability and wasting your time. Constantly unsecure about how to draw a portrait that looks believable or use colours that don't look muddy or removing elements from the painting because you don't know how to fix them. And you end up feeling miserable and more frustrated than a dog chasing its tail.

OR you could take the plunge and book a call with my team to learn how to take your skills to the next level in the next 6 months, risk free! But be warned, when you wish for rain, you have to deal with the mud. So make sure you're ready to work hard and have the time to do it!

So what'll it be?

Speak soon!

Our Weekly Schedule

Please Note: This schedule represents the full-time program at Madrid Academy of Art, running from 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM. If you are enrolled full-time, this will be your comprehensive daily schedule. However, if you are participating in our part-time program:

  • Morning Schedule: Classes run from 9:30 AM to 2:30 PM.
  • Afternoon Schedule: Classes are held from 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM.

For part-time students, please refer to this schedule to see which classes you will be able to attend during your designated times. This will help you plan your activities and manage your learning experience effectively.

Monday to Thursday

1st session

Live Model (Figure or portrait)
9:30am-12pm
  • Class Duration: 2.5 hours.
  • Session Structure: Initial 25-minute sessions with 5-minute breaks for the model.
    • First 25-minute session: Short poses.
    • Remaining time: One long pose lasting the entire week, possibly extending up to three weeks.
  • Daily Routine: Figure studies in the morning, portrait sessions in the afternoon or vice versa.
  • Model Diversity: Both male and female models of various races and ages.

Friday

2nd Session

Anatomy in Depth
12pm-2:30pm

Our intensive anatomy class, designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the human form through a variety of dynamic and interactive methods:

  • Clay Modeling: Sculpt anatomical structures with plastilina to understand form and function.
  • Drawing Sessions: Practice sketching from live models, skeletons, and anatomical diagrams.
  • Skeleton Studies: Study from actual or replica skeletons to gain insights into bone structure.
  • Live Demonstrations: Watch and learn from real-time demonstrations by experienced instructors.
  • Anatomy Apps: Utilize cutting-edge apps to explore detailed anatomical views.
  • Book Learning: Dive into classic and contemporary texts for a theoretical understanding.

Monday to Thursday 

Alternative Session

Specialized Sessions
1:30pm-2.30pm

Dive into our unique classes designed to not only boost your artistic skills but also give you a competitive edge in the art world:

  • Art Market Mastery: Learn the ins and outs of marketing, sales, and negotiation specific to the art market.
  • Composition Essentials: Enhance your understanding of artistic composition to elevate your work.
  • Art History - Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Explore the pivotal movements and figures that have shaped art history.
  • Portfolio Creation: Craft a professional portfolio that showcases your unique artistic journey.
  • Find Your Style Project: Discover and refine your personal artistic style through guided exploration.

Monday to Thursday 

3rd Session

Live Model (Figure or portrait)
3pm-5.30pm
  • Class Duration: 2.5 hours.
  • Session Structure: Initial 25-minute sessions with 5-minute breaks for the model.
    • First 25-minute session: Short poses.
    • Remaining time: One long pose lasting the entire week, possibly extending up to three weeks.
  • Daily Routine: Figure studies in the morning, portrait sessions in the afternoon or vice versa.
  • Model Diversity: Both male and female models of various races and ages.

Friday

1st Session

Personalized Focus
9.30am-12pm

Students work on areas identified as needing improvement, either self-identified or as advised by instructors.

  • Cast Drawing/Painting: Focused practice on casts to refine understanding of forms and shadows.
  • Still Life Drawing/Painting: Emphasis on arrangement, composition, and the interplay of light and color.
  • Master Copies in Drawing/Painting: Replicating works of masters to learn techniques and styles.
  • Landscape Drawing/Painting: Techniques in capturing outdoor scenes, focusing on either drawing or painting.

Friday

2nd Session

Anatomy in Depth
12pm-2:30pm

Our intensive anatomy class, designed to give you a comprehensive understanding of the human form through a variety of dynamic and interactive methods:

  • Clay Modeling: Sculpt anatomical structures with plastilina to understand form and function.
  • Drawing Sessions: Practice sketching from live models, skeletons, and anatomical diagrams.
  • Skeleton Studies: Study from actual or replica skeletons to gain insights into bone structure.
  • Live Demonstrations: Watch and learn from real-time demonstrations by experienced instructors.
  • Anatomy Apps: Utilize cutting-edge apps to explore detailed anatomical views.
  • Book Learning: Dive into classic and contemporary texts for a theoretical understanding.

Friday

3rd Session

Personalized Focus
3pm-5.30pm

Students work on areas identified as needing improvement, either self-identified or as advised by instructors.

  • Cast Drawing/Painting: Focused practice on casts to refine understanding of forms and shadows.
  • Still Life Drawing/Painting: Emphasis on arrangement, composition, and the interplay of light and color.
  • Master Copies in Drawing/Painting: Replicating works of masters to learn techniques and styles.
  • Landscape Drawing/Painting: Techniques in capturing outdoor scenes, focusing on either drawing or painting.

Saturday

Morning Session

Independent Studio
9am-2pm

This session offers students the space and time to pursue their artistic endeavors in a supportive, self-directed environment.

  • Studio Access: Open studio from 9 AM to 2 PM.
  • Unsupervised Work: No instructor supervision, allowing students the freedom to focus on personal projects.
  • No Live Models: Students work independently without the use of live models.
  • Creative Freedom: Ideal time for students to explore, experiment, and advance their individual artistic expressions.

What exercises will you be working on?

At the Madrid Academy of Art, we believe that art is an intimate conversation between the artist and their work. It's a journey of self-discovery, passion, and expression.

Our approach is rooted in tradition, but with an eye towards the future, combining classic techniques with a contemporary understanding.

Here, we don't just teach you to draw, paint, or sculpt; we guide you on a journey to find your unique voice in the vast world of art.

Below, we present a detailed description of the exercises you will tackle in this workshop, meticulously designed to reflect our philosophy and help you grow as an artist.

DRAWING

Drawing:

  • Drawing I: You will learn to capture the essence of your subject through the Bargue Reed Drawing method. This technique will allow you to understand the proportions and basic anatomy of the portrait and the human figure, using short and long poses. Additionally, you will delve into initial atmospheric drawing and artistic anatomy at the beginner level.
  • Drawing II: As you progress, you will face more complex challenges. You will immerse yourself in advanced plaster drawing, portraits, and figures in more challenging poses, and beginner-level multi-figure compositions. Furthermore, you will explore drawing figures from imagination and expressive and gestural drawing techniques.
  • Drawing III: Here, you will take your skills to the next level. You will work on portraits and figures in advanced poses, multi-figure compositions, and advanced artistic anatomy. Additionally, you will learn to draw figures from imagination at an advanced level and incorporate expressive and gestural drawing techniques.
PAINTING

Painting:

  • Painting I: You will start with grisaille techniques, learning to paint from plaster models, figures in short and long poses, and still lifes. As you become familiar with these techniques, you will be introduced to the limited palette and painting master copies, as well as landscape painting.
  • Painting II: Here, you will delve deeper into the limited palette, working on figures, portraits, and still lifes. You will also explore plein air painting and atmospheric painting techniques.
  • Painting III: At this advanced level, you will work with a full palette, tackling more sophisticated and challenging techniques. From painting figures in advanced poses to multi-figure compositions and urban landscapes, this level will prepare you to take your art to the next level.
SCULPTING

Every trimester, we dedicate an intensive week to the sculpture program, where students initiate their personal project from drawing to creating the wireframe and sculpting the figure in plaster.

We use a live model as a reference, rotating among the students, to apply the anatomy and composition concepts learned during the course.

At the end of the week, each student completes a personal project, reflecting the skills and knowledge acquired in the workshop.

Do you have doubts? Don't worry, we all do!

We know that when it comes to your artistic training, you can have a lot of questions spinning in your head. What are the workshops like? What services do we offer? How can I get the most out of it?

That's why we've created this Frequently Asked Questions (or FAQs, for friends) section. Here you will find the answers to the questions we get asked the most. It's like a treasure map, but instead of leading you to a chest full of gold, it leads you to a chest full of knowledge.

And if after reading our FAQs, you still have doubts, don't worry. We are here to help you. So don't hesitate to get in touch with us.

We will be delighted to help you clear any cloud of doubt you may have!

What does a good art academy really do?

A good art academy will know you like a grandfather knows his favorite grandson. They will carefully assess your current level and then devise the most effective plan for you to become the best artist before you know it. Part of your plan should include regular reviews to make sure you're progressing at the perfect rate and getting the results you want.

We do all of that, but unlike other academies, the MAA team isn't just focused on maintaining that perfect balance. Our goal is to challenge you, we will push you until you reach your limits and then we will push you some more to break that limit. We don't let you settle for less than the best.

Who can participate in Madrid Academy of Art programs?

MAA programs are designed for any student interested in improving their technical skills in drawing, painting, and sculpture.

Do you want to improve your skills and master all the technical knowledge? We can work with you.

Do you understand that creating a work of art will require hard work from you? We can work with you.

Are you willing to go through the process for each technique, and practice them until you've mastered them? We can work with you.

Are the programs only for advanced students or also for beginners?

It doesn't matter if you are a beginner or advanced artist. Our students range from beginning artists with no prior art experience to advanced artists with several years of experience.

Our instructors are trained to adapt teaching to the individual needs of each student.

What prior training do I need to study at the academy?

None!

No art degree needed

No previous experience is needed

No special qualifications needed

No trick needed

We will assess your level and work with you from there.

How long do the workshops last?

You can enroll for a minimum of 1 week and work up to 5 years if you want to complete the program.

So it's totally up to you!

Are the programs taught in Spanish or English?

Programs are primarily taught in English, but many of our instructors are bilingual and can provide instructions in Spanish if needed.

Do the programs focus only on drawing and painting or are other forms of art covered as well?

Our programs mainly focus on drawing, painting and sculpting but we also incorporate elements from other art forms when relevant to the theme of the program.

What is the student to instructor ratio in the workshops?

We strive to maintain a low student to instructor ratio to ensure that each student receives individualized attention.

Do the workshops include independent study time or just directed instruction?

Our programs combine directed instruction with independent study time to allow students to practice and apply what they have learned.

Do the programs include critiques or reviews of student work?

Yes, the programs include critique sessions where instructors provide constructive feedback on student work.

Do students receive a certificate at the end of the program?

Yes, students receive a certificate from the Madrid Academy of Art at the end of the program.

Where are the programs held?

The programs are carried out at our facilities at Avenida Manoteras 22 Local 67, Madrid.

How much do the programs cost?

Workshop costs vary depending on the length and content of the program.

You can invest as much time and money as you want, the choice is entirely yours.

You can do from 1h3omin per week up to 47 hours per week.

And our prices range between €70 and €1000 per month.

Call us (+34 679 49 29 15) and if you are eligible to do the program, we will find the perfect plan that fits both your goals and your budget.

We'll dig into how much time and money you can invest and create a tailor-made curriculum that gives you the best value for money.

What if I have more questions?

If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us (+34 679 49 29 15). We will be happy to help you.