In addition to offering art classes, The Cultural Arts Center offers music lessons within its year-round class schedule. Learn more about the classes offered below, then call 804-261-ARTS to schedule your next music lesson!
Want to explore your creative side? The Center offers over 40 adult classes in fifteen disciplines. Want to learn how to throw clay to create beautiful pottery or learn how to paint with watercolors, pastels or acrylics? We can help! How about learning to make jewelry for fun or to begin a new vocation? We have you covered! Ever thought about learning to play the piano or guitar? Our students range from ages 6 to 80 so sign up today! Our music instructors will teach you on a one-on-one basis so no need to be embarrassed if you hit a wrong note! Or consider some new skills in the kitchen. Our new culinary classes teach the art of preparing fun food! Take a class then have a party show off your newly discovered talents! We purposefully keep class sizes small for great individual instruction from our talented instructors.
The Center offers over a dozen classes in four disciplines - ceramics (pottery), music, literary arts and visual arts - for teens ages 13-17. Class sizes remain small for individualize instruction plus all of the music lessons are taught on a one-on-one basis. While the school system offers art and music classes for teens, our programs either augment the school offerings or opens up a whole new area unable in the school system.
Start budding artists on their creative journey in one of The Center's youth classes offered in five disciplines - ceramics (clay basics), music, confectionary arts, painting and drawing classes. Music lessons in piano, guitar, bass guitar and the upright bass are offered to aspiring musicians as young as age six! Our other classes in the confectionary arts and visual arts are designed to be fun, action packed and filled with a variety of topics to keep the young audience actively engaged in creating fun, original art! Class sizes remain small so that the students will receive a lot of individual attention.