Classes listed are those offered by the Arts Center or through private instruction at the Arts Center.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.  Unless otherwise noted, class and workshop sizes are limited with a minimum enrollment of five (5) participants. Please call the Arts Center  — 252-527-2517 — for more information.

 

Community Council for the Arts

Developing the Arts :  Classes & Workshops

Current Schedule for January through February 2018
  1. Kindermusik: Sing & Play -- Fridays
    11:00 a.m.
    Beginning Friday, January 12 -- Get ready to sing, play, and move with these little ones in this high-energy music class designed to be just right for children under two-years of age. All classes include take home materials. Must Pre-Register: 252-527-2517 For Ages 1-2 Cost: $40 per month Instructor: VICTORIA BROWN
    12
    January
  2. Kindermusik: Wiggle & Grow -- Fridays
    12:00 p.m.
    Beginning Friday, January 12 -- This music-filled class celebrates the unique joys of young toddlers. Each week children in your class will love singing, dancing, and playing instruments. All classes include take home materials. Must Pre-Register: 252-527-2517 For Ages 2-3 Cost: $40 per month Instructor: VICTORIA BROWN
    12
    January
  3. Kindermusik: Cuddle & Bounce -- Fridays
    10:00 a.m.
    Beginning Friday, January 12 -- Cuddle, bounce, and hop with babies and their parents in Kindermusik's newest curriculum. All classes include take home materials. Must Pre-Register: 252-527-2517 Ages Newborn-1 Cost: $40 per month Instructor: VICTORIA BROWN
    12
    January
  4. TAPS -- Traditional Jazz Ensemble
    4:00 p.m.
    New season of TAPS began October 4 and will continue every Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. TAPS is the only after-school Jazz mentorship program in North Carolina! Group is for middle school, high school, early college. Adults welcome. Bring your own instrument. DIRECTOR: Charles Richberg; call Charles for more information -- 252-268-1728
    Wed.
  5. Drawing Class
    10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Tuesdays (6 weeks); New Class Starts January 9, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Materials for the class: *Newspaper sketch pad ( 18” x 24”) Newspaper pads are much cheaper than other types and more useable for learning to draw. We’ll use a lot of paper. Please no pad smaller. *Drawing pencils #2B, 4B, 6B only, one each if possible. *Small artist pen such as Pigma Micron, Faber Castell, or Faber –Castell. These are black permanent drawing pens, NOT permanent markers. Sizes # 0.5 or 0.8 mm. At most internet art supply or Hobby Lobby. *Kneaded eraser (gray moldable soft eraser). *Drawing shield. Staples or art stores. Small metal drawing aid. *Book: “Perspective” by William F. Powell. Paperback from Amazon is less than $5. Including S&H and there are plenty of available ones at that price. *Charcoal Sticks or pencils, soft or medium, NO hard sticks or pencils. *Straight edge, such as a 15” ruler, or 24” no longer. Questions? Call Ed Macomber @ 252-288-6607 or cell 229-5270. CALL THE ARTS CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION — 252-527-2517.
    9
    January
  6. Drawing Class
    10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
    Tuesdays (6 weeks); New Class Starts February 13, 2018, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Materials for the class: *Newspaper sketch pad ( 18” x 24”) Newspaper pads are much cheaper than other types and more useable for learning to draw. We’ll use a lot of paper. Please no pad smaller. *Drawing pencils #2B, 4B, 6B only, one each if possible. *Small artist pen such as Pigma Micron, Faber Castell, or Faber –Castell. These are black permanent drawing pens, NOT permanent markers. Sizes # 0.5 or 0.8 mm. At most internet art supply or Hobby Lobby. *Kneaded eraser (gray moldable soft eraser). *Drawing shield. Staples or art stores. Small metal drawing aid. *Book: “Perspective” by William F. Powell. Paperback from Amazon is less than $5. Including S&H and there are plenty of available ones at that price. *Charcoal Sticks or pencils, soft or medium, NO hard sticks or pencils. *Straight edge, such as a 15” ruler, or 24” no longer. Questions? Call Ed Macomber @ 252-288-6607 or cell 229-5270. CALL THE ARTS CENTER FOR MORE INFORMATION — 252-527-2517.
    13
    February