Please note: To help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community, some indoor facilities and outdoor recreational spaces may be closed or have modified access until further notice.
The Irvine Fine Arts Center continues to be closed to the public at large until further notice, and an opening date has not been determined. Due to current state guidelines, exhibitions are closed to the public. Modified recreational programming will be available to the community, and is available for registration at yourirvine.org.
Irvine outdoor park spaces remain open for passive use by individuals within the same household, while wearing a face covering and maintaining physical distance from others outside of their household. Playgrounds are open. No gatherings, no interaction between households, and no drop-in use for games, scrimmages, practices, or organized play of any kind. Learn more at the City Facility Updates webpage.
The City of Irvine is continuing to follow state and local guidelines under the statewide emergency order to keep you and your families safe while enjoying recreational opportunities this spring. As a result, classes offered in the printed spring Inside Irvine may have changed. The most updated information can be found online at yourirvine.org.
Check out these resources for additional spring activities.
Adults (ages 18+)
Adult classes and workshops are offered in:
- Ceramics & Sculpture
- Culinary Arts
- Drawing & Painting
- Traditional Arts