Online Course Template for Artists

by CreativeMindClass • 5 min read


Create a visualy stunning website for your art course.

If you are a gifted artist, an online course is a great way to share your skill-set.

Adding your images and copy to the course website, adding lessons, downloadable files, and exercise help you create the online course you've always wanted.  

Creating an online course with CreativeMindClassis simple. Use the pre-filled with content template to create a beautiful website. It saves time and ensures visual consistency.

This template is part of our guide on How to Create an Online Course.

How to use this template

Whether you are an illustrator, a 3d artist, an animator, or a video maker you can use this step-by-step guide to learn the practical process of creating an online art course on CreativeMindClass, a free tool used by top creators.

1. Start with a pre-designed template

The Photography Online Course website template contains a beautifully composed website with layouts for course pages, placeholders for video lessons, and prefilled relevant content with images, and copy. Just drag & drop your content into the classes to create an online course website in minutes.

How to do this in CreativeMindClass

  1. Choose a visual art template.
  2. Edit the content. Add your copy and images.

2. Name your course

The next step is to name your course. After working on your website, begin brainstorming ideas for a course name that includes relevant keywords.

Keep it simple and avoid using technical language. Opt for a catchy and emotionally-charged title that invites people to read, click, and purchase.

To name your online course, click on the class title and change the pre-filled title.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Type CLASS TITLE to name your course.

3. Write a description

Now that you have your course name, start working on the description. An online course description is a brief overview of the course content and learning objectives.

To write an effective online course description, start with a strong introduction, outline the course content, and specify the learning objectives, including any prerequisites. Use language that is easy to understand, add a personal touch, and include a call to action.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Type CLASS DESCRIPTION to communicate your offer.

4. Add lessons

Ready to start adding lessons? Each lesson includes a title, description, and learning content in the form of a video or PDF.

What could you cover in 3-10 minutes video lessons? Begin by introducing yourself and showing your best work, covering the materials, hands-on lesson projects, or you can include a fun warm-up exercise.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Click ADD LESSON button to create a new lesson.
  2. In Lesson page tab, type LESSON TITLE.
  3. Add 10-20 lessons to your course.

5. Add visuals

As a visual artist, you have the unique advantage of being able to create visually engaging content. Use this to your advantage by incorporating images, videos, and animations into your course material. This will not only help to break up text-heavy content but will also help to reinforce key concepts.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. In Content tab, add LESSON VIDEO rich with visual content.

6. Add downloadable files

Make your lessons more interactive with downloadable files. These files can be worksheets, native files, or other materials that students can download, print, fill in, or edit. Use software like Pages/Word, Google Slides, Prezi, Photoshop, or Canva to create high-quality, editable files. Students can even upload their completed files to get feedback from you.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Navigate to LESSON → Content tab
  2. Click DOWNLOADABLE FILE to upload your file.

7. Add exercises

Include exercises in your lessons to engage students in active learning and help them achieve their goals. Consider adding activities, homework assignments, brainstorming exercises, and final projects to your course. Look at your lesson list and create an interactive learning experience for your students.

You can create an exercise for each lesson. Simply write the instructions and drag&drop your files.

PRO TIP: Creating an online course can be a solitary process, but it's important to remember that you're creating this course for your audience. Engage with your students by asking for feedback, responding to questions, and creating interactive elements such as assignments. This will help to create a sense of community and keep students engaged throughout the course.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Navigate to LESSON → Content tab
  2. Click EXERCISE to create an exercise for your students.

7. Share it with your audience

Share the course with your audience. Connect with your audience and engage with them on a deeper level to grow your business.

Start with inserting the link to your website, social media, email, or blog, and start the promo campaign.

How to do it in CreativeMindClass

  1. Click Settings in main menu to open it.
  2. Copy CreativeMindClass page URL.
  3. Share the course with your audience.

Start your Online Course

Create a visualy stunning website for your art course.

✔️ Enjoy ready-to-go website
✔️ Create multiple courses
✔️ Add bonus materials
✔️ Include active learning

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