Painting Class (Visual Arts)

Lúmina Arts Academy

Lúmina Centro Cultural Antigua Guatemala (Centro Cultural Lumina) RN 14 10, Antigua Guatemala

The Visual Arts program aims to create a technical and experimental environment where the student in an integral way can learn the artistic, expressive manifestation of visual perception in which, the person creates and recreates natural or fantastic worlds through material elements using various techniques that allow you to express your feelings, emotions, and perceptions of the world around you.

Painting Class (Visual Arts)
Cost per person:
Private classes cost Q200 (appointment only)
Group Pricing:
Q400 per month (8 hours)
Age / Max Group:
All ages
1.5 hours
Start Time(s):
Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:30 pm
Languages Spoken:
Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri 10am – 7pm
Days Closed:
Saturday & Sunday
What's Included:
  • All class materials are included
What to Expect:

“We are so much more than just an academy”. We promise to be the art academy you’ve always dreamed of where we educate minds, enrich hearts, and expand horizons.

The benefits you will have at Lumina Arts are:

  • Free registration.
  • Specialized teachers with experience in each discipline.
  • Free elite courses.
  • Areas designed for everyone’s learning and comfort.
  • Space to develop yourself as an artist.
  • Auditorium for your presentations.

From the moment you sign up you will receive:

  • Instruments available to receive your classes.
  • A curriculum adapted to your needs.
  • Concerts, recitals, exhibitions, and artistic presentations where you will put into practice everything you have learned.
  • Free parking.
  • Pleasant and safe environment.
Additional Information:

You can start at any time, however, you must attend all classes as there is no make-up if you’re absent.

If you sign up before the 15th of the month, you will be charged for the full month. Fractional class cost (if the month has already started, from the 16th onwards) pay Q.150.00 for the month.

Suggested clothing: Comfortable clothes, preferably pants or leggings.

“An elegant and simple place for shows, the first in Antigua that stands out for being a bearer of art and support for the Guatemalan” -Argentina Roque Hernandez