Have you ever wanted to try your hand at abstract painting or making a really cool piece of contemporary art? Well, now you can. The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) is offering free online classes to help you boost your art game. 

While MOMA is temporarily closed to visitors, their fun projects go to show that creativity isn't canceled.

If you're interested in dabbling with the arts, there are quite a few classes that you can choose from.

Here's the best part.

They're all free, self-paced and you can enroll at any time. Since all of the classes are online, they won't ever fill up. And if you ever need more time to work on a project, you can always move the deadline. 

What's in store? Let's just say you can expect lots of cool stuff. 

So no matter how hectic your schedule gets, you can always take a few minutes to channel your inner zen - and Picasso.

You can choose from fun offerings such as Fashion as Design, What is Contemporary Art? and Seeing Through Photographs.

With each class, you'll be able to (virtually) learn from top-notch art curators, directors, and designers as well as take a spin around some of MOMA's coolest exhibits.

In the end, you can opt to pay for a special certificate of achievement to show off your efforts.

*Hangs proudly on fridge*

You'll not only get to learn about the origins and history of modern art but also explore more than 70 masterpieces made between 1980 to today.

Have you ever wondered how some of the most famous artists made their paintings?

The Postwar Abstract Painting Class takes you inside the mind of the greats, including The Infinity Mirrored Room's Yayoi Kusama, Jackson Pollock, and Mark Rothko.

Their abstract pieces of color and light are revered as some of the best in the world.

By the time you're done learning, you can have a really cool piece of work that you're proud of. Even if it does just look like funky swirls of color on paper. 

Museum of Modern Art

Price: Free

Why You Should Try It: You can learn how to make super cool modern art pieces at home.

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