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Classes and Workshops

There's no better way to learn than to actually "do." At every age and stage in life, you can learn through the arts. Workshops and classes are a great way to be educated through action. If you belong to an agency that offers a workshop or class, submit it for possible inclusion to calendar@theartscouncil.com.

Organization/Agency

Art For Business

Email

April@amatadesigns.it

Phone

(910) 444-1983

Location

Alter Egos Gallery, 108 Gillespie St, Fayetteville, 28301

Description

Are you a creative looking to start to make money with your art? Whether its a craft, a service, or fine art, join us for this class on turning your hobby into your career. Taught by Electra Frederick, we will cover what it takes to turn an idea into a branded business. 

Free

(910) 444-1983

https://www.alteregosgallery.com/products/art-for-business-free-class

Hours

7-9 p.m.

Cost

Free

Website

Alter Egos Gallery

Organization/Agency

Capitol Encore Academy

Phone

910-849-0888

Description

Encore Kids College is an after school program hosted by The Capitol Encore Academy (TCEA). The mission of Encore Kids College, through a joint collaboration with local artists and organizations, is to provide access to the arts and creative practices for K-12 children in our community.

Registration for the Fall 2017 Encore Kids College (EKC) after school program is now open. This program is offered to all K-12 students in our community. Students do not have to attend TCEA to participate in EKC Programs.

Ages

K-12

Website

Visit Website

Organization/Agency

Gilbert Theater

Phone

910-678-7186

Description

Gilbert Glee is the Gilbert’s young company. Through the Glee initiative, the Gilbert aims not only to entertain, but also to educate young people by engaging them with timeless literature through expressive theatre and music.

Ages

6-17

Website

Visit the Gilbert Glee Club Website

Description

Join artist Trish Brownlee for “Breaking Rag” – a public workshop for adults, 16 and older, specializing in creating paper and artwork from worn military uniforms. All are welcome to attend this workshop, which is designed to break through assumptions and stereotypes and find real connection, bridging the gap between the military and veteran communities. Participants will also experiment with plant-based papermaking, paper painting and more and be able to keep their creations, once dry.


FEE $15 Garden Member, $20 Non-Member.

https://form.jotformpro.com/72125997490971

Hours

9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Cost

$15 Garden Member, $20 Non-Member.

Ages

Adult

Website

Cape Fear Botanical Garden