The Ann Arbor Art School is now in n position to accommodate all grades oí art stüdents, beginners as well as those more ad vaneed. It is now required that beginners should spend at least one year in black and white, to gain somo facility iu drawing, as wel] as a fair knowledge of values bef ore beginning color. Pijpils who have learned their drawing elsewhere can enter one of the color classes upon satist'ying the teacher that their knowledge of drawing will warrant the step. Miss Alice Hunt will couduct the classes in black and white on Saturday morniugs, beginning Oct. 5. This class will include work in pencil, charcoal and pen and iuk. A beginniug class in color will be organized for Saturday afteruoons, teacher to be auuouuced later. Miss Helen Roby, of Detroit, will have charge of the advanced class in color, on just what lay is not yet known. It is koped that pupils from Ypsllanti and adjoining towns, as well as those from Ann Arbor will desire to reap the benefit of Miss superior fcnowledge and treatment of color and join ihe Ann Arbor Art School. Tci-ms are low as possible to cover expenses. Further iniormotiou may )m' obtained of Mrs. Ziaa !'. King, ZO Lïberty m.. ot of Mrs. W. S. Perry, 61 SVashington si.