Summer Open House set for May 11, 2017

The Cultural Arts Council Douglasville & Douglas County announces their new summer session arts classes lineup which will run May 17th – August 28th, 2017. This is the chance to explore creativity with expert teaching artist as they introduce a variety of exciting classes and workshops with something for everyone, for all ages. To start the semester, the CAC is holding a Summer “All About Art” Open House on Thursday, May 11th from 4:30 – 7:30pm at the CAC. This is a free event where families can meet and greet the teachers, register on-site for classes, and enjoy artist demos and so much more.

Listed below are all the classes the Cultural Arts Council will be offering this summer:

Intro to Oil Painting w/ Ms. Adrienne Jackson
Focus on Photography w/ Ms. Shannon Belletti
Portrait Photography Workshop w/ Ms. Shannon Belletti
Classical Drawing w/ Ms. Mia Kubasa
Introduction to Fused Glass w/ Ms. Elizabeth Mobley
Fused Glass Themed Workshops w/ Ms. Elizabeth Mobley
Paint and Sip Night Out w/ Ms. Adrienne Jackson
Media Arts Prep 101 w/ Mr. Joseph Falligan
African Drumming w/ Mr. Sadi Sobhan
Private String Lessons w/ Ms. Eleanor Bennett
Explore your Decor w/ Ms. Therra Howard
Artsy Crafty Workshop w/ Ms. Renecia Harmon
Summer Yoga Under the Sun w/ Ms. Taylor Ferguson

From our new class, ‘African Drumming 101, to the ever so popular, ‘Paint and Sip Night Out’ the CAC offers a diverse set of classes this summer to encourage all ages to unleash their creative side, and, at very affordable prices. -Joi Jamison, Arts Education Coordinator of the CAC

All classes are held at the CAC unless otherwise noted and classes are offered during the day, evening and weekends. Class prices range from $25 for a single workshop to $100 for a 7-week class. Registration and payment can be done online or in person for new art classes. Spaces for classes are expected to fill up fast. For more information or to register, please visit our Classes & Workshops page.

The CAC Arts Education programs are made possible with funding assistance from the Greystone Power Foundation.