The arts have always played a critical role in emergency situations, acting as a helpful tool to communicate vital information and providing a source of comfort and hope when we need it most. 

As our day-to-day life continues to be disrupted, we encourage everyone to answer the anxiety, fear, and isolation with creativity, expression, and connection. And what better way to do so than through the arts?

At Thomasville Center for the Arts, our mission is to encourage artistic expression and purposeful creativity to connect people to one another. In a time of physical disconnection, this is more important than ever. Here’s some ways you can get creative and keep connected:

If you are a student or teacher join our Arts Heal COVID-19 challenge to improve the situation through applied arts for a chance to win $250.

Get creative in one of our virtual Art in the Afternoon classes, with private music instruction through TCA Music Conservatory and dance instruction through South Georgia Ballet.

Enjoy artful curiosity and expression at home through resources shared through our weekly e-blast and social accounts, including specific resources for artists impacted by COVID-19.

Follow the practice of local artists and program partners on our social to get inspired and support the important work of artists in our community. #shareyourpractice #hopethruart