Princeton Academy of Art – Frequently Asked Questions
Where are you located?
138 Nassau St. (second floor), Princeton, NJ, 08542.
Who runs the Princeton Academy of Art?
Anna Neis is the Director of PAA.
Do you offer evening classes for adults who work during the day?
Beginning in September we will have a Saturday morning rotating workshop series that will run from 10:00am-1:30pm. Each Saturday will cover a new medium/subject. Please continue to check our calendar for updates on these events. We will add them to the calendar in mid-August 2018.
What is your pricing?
Please visit our “apply” page for tuition pricing or contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will promptly get back to you.
Do you provide government financial aid?
As of right now we do not provide government financial aid (FAFSA). However, second year students become eligible for need-based scholarships upon application to their second year at the academy
How long are your studio classes?
Our classes run for approximately 5.5 hours with meal breaks depending on the time of day the course is running.
How long are your lectures?
Lectures can be anywhere from 45 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on the subject matter and lecturer. Each lecture will end with a 5-10 minute period for students and attendees to ask questions.
If I am new to traditional fine art will I be lost in your programs?
Students at Princeton Academy of Art begin at many different skill levels. All students work alongside each other which provides beginners with the opportunity to receive feedback/critiques from not only their instructors but their peers as well. We believe that peer critiques are equally as important as those given by instructors. Community is of great importance to us at PAA and we want each student to grow with us and not feel disconnected from those at higher skill levels than themselves.