Fall 2022
Tuesdays, Wednesday + Thursdays
Registrations accepted on an on-going basis.

Afterschool youth art classes are designed to inspire and instruct the next generation of artists and innovators through engaging content and caring, highly qualified instructors. Kids fuel their creative juices with a variety of mediums including visual arts, music, drama, design, and dance.

Limited scholarships are provided if your child qualifies for the free or reduced lunch program. (Documentation must be provided upon registration.) Families may opt to pay monthly or pay in full by the semester. Please call the Center’s education team at (229) 226-0588 to request scholarship assistance.

Center members receive a $30 discount on all Art in the Afternoon classes!

Visual Arts | Tuesdays | Grades 1-6

Students will navigate the elements and principles of art as they create work inspired by artists and art history. It’s a great opportunity to learn new techniques to strengthen their artistic skills and discover their creative sides. $190 / semester.

Animation | Wednesdays | Ages 11-14

Join artist and filmmaker Rickela Reynolds as you enter into the world of animation. Through the exploration of history and styles of animation and character design, students will create an original simple animation. $100 / semester.

Musical Theater | Thursdays | Ages 8-10

This course is always a hit! Students will enjoy creative kinesthetic movements and a chance to take the stage. A culminating performance is at the end of each semester. Be sure not to miss it! $190 / semester.

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Young Authors | Wednesdays | Ages 8-12

Expand your creative storytelling and strengthen your writing skills in this two semester workshop! Young Authors will explore Caldecott award winning books, gather ideas and publish their own book! $100 / semester.

September 7 – December 14 | Semester One:
Students will select a Caldecott awarded book to recreate through the dramatic arts. Students will read these award winning books and write and illustrate a a fiction piece inspired by their chosen book. Students will use artistic freedom to apply plot twists, fractured story techniques and personal perspectives to tell the story from their lens.

January 4 – May 17 | Semester Two:
Students will continue this writing workshop with the opportunity to work with a published author; with guidance, students will write, illustrate, publish and print their original work!

COVID-19 | We are continuously monitoring COVID-19 in our community and following CDC, state and local government guidelines. Thank you for helping us create a safe and creative learning environment for teachers and students