While we all are doing our part and staying home, we know that people need art and creativity more than ever. So, we’ve pulled together all of our new offerings that you can explore from home. There’s something for everyone, whether you’re an artist, a teacher, a student, a parent, or just someone who needs a little artful healing,

Join us for this new series as we look back at a time when we gathered together as a community during our most memorable FLAUNT public art events.

Join us Fridays at noon on the Arts for the Community at Thomas University Facebook page to watch the new series, Thomasville Live. Dr. Karl Barton interviews and features local and regional musicians.

Wood, Paper, Scissors brings together two artists inspired by the ecology and material of Florida and Georgia’s natural landscape. Explore our virtual gallery, hear from the artists, and follow along with an educational worksheet.

While we were not be able to come together at Due South to celebrate our Southern heritage in person, we compiled some of our favorite Southern art, food, and music to inspire you at home. 

Have you, or your child, always wanted to learn to play an instrument? Now is the time to start! TCA Music Conservatory is currently offering lessons virtually, so you can practice and learn from home. 

Call it flow art or dynamic fluid art, Casey Corbin draws from his 20+ years experience as a therapist to bring mind-based mood management into the process of acrylic paint pouring. This virtual class even has a ‘no-shopping list’ so you can gather supplies using materials you likely already have at home.