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Drawing/painting classes (in English) in Paris this summer?

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I'm going to be in Paris this summer for several weeks, roughly June through August, and I thought how fabulous it would be to take some drawing or painting classes while I'm there. I think I would prefer drawing. I found this site and was quite interested,

but I'm not sure my dates will correspond with their schedule. It doesn't help that my dates are still not determined quite yet.

Does anyone know of other drawing classes in English that I might look into? I'm going to be struggling enough all the time to communicate in French - I know next to nothing at this point - so I wanted to have some creative outlet that was also a linguistic and cognitive respite.

I welcome your suggestions. Thank you so very much.

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