Arts Education Sessions
Spring and Summer 2021
Arts Education Sessions are a series of JSAC sponsored arts classes educate students on techniques and methods in visual, performing, culinary, crafting arts and artisanry. Arts Education Sessions will be either 45-minute or 2-hour classes that will provide instruction and in-class work time. At the end of the Summer Sessions, students will be invited to display and attend the Art Sessions Student Show on July 30, 2021. Dates are listed below and a complete schedule will be announced and registration will open 2/15/21.
Teachers need not have a degree or background in education to apply. Teachers chosen to participate will be subject to a criminal background check.
In August, 3 Professional Workshops will be available to all students and local artists to attend to develop their business, marketing and legal acumen to prepare or improve their arts-based professions. Details to follow in late June 2021.
Spring Arts Sessions I: April 12 - May 3*
Spring Arts Sessions II: May 6 - May 27*
(Registration begins March 15)
Summer Arts Sessions I: June 2 - June 21*
Summer Arts Sessions II: June 28 - July 23*
(Registration begins May 7)
Art Session Student Show: July 30 • 6pm to 8pm
Professional Workshop I: August 7, 2021*
Professional Workshop II: August 14, 2021*
Professional Workshop III: August 21, 2021*
(Registration to begin early July)
* Dates may be adjusted if there are health and safety concerns.
The Spring Arts Education Session registration begins on 2/15/21 and ends 3/15/21. Once teachers and the schedule is confirmed, we will be announcing the Spring and Summer Arts Education Sessions. Join our notification list to receive the schedule and receive email updates on program teachers and classes being offered. Registration will be available on this page starting 2/15/21.
The Jersey Shore Arts Center (JSAC) organization is committed to an inclusive environment and we encourage arts engagement regardless of an individual’s ability to pay. JSAC encourages and supports all populations and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, marital status, civil union status, domestic partnership status, affectional or sexual orientation, familial status, genetic information, sex, gender identity or expression, socioeconomic background and or disability.