JSAC Performing Arts Session II Classes - 6 Week Term
Class Overview • Classes start the week of June 6
Arts Education Sessions are a series of JSAC sponsored arts classes educate students on techniques and methods in visual and crafting arts. OPENS MAY 13 at 7 AM!
All JSAC visual arts classes are taught by local artists.
We are currently looking for teachers to instruct on acrylic painting, collage, sketchbook projects, pen and ink drawing, multi-media arts and knitting. If you are an artist and would like to be considered for the September 2022 Sessions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2022 Session II
Performing Arts Class Schedule
MAY 13 - Online Registration opens for all classes.
June 4 - Online Registration closes.
Week of June 6 - Classes begin.
NO CLASSES 4th of July Week.
July 23 - Classes end.
Session II begins June 6. Classes will be listed after Session I classes begin. Check back here for updates and new class offerings.
Fun with Abstract Expressionism
NEW Beginner Drawing II
Beginner Acrylic Painting
Plus...New Humanities Session
Introduction to Playwrighting
All levels are welcome - it's never too late to start and never too late to create art.
* Dates may be adjusted if there are health and safety concerns.
The Session II Visual Arts Class registration opens soon. Fees collected for these classes will pay for our instructors, administrative and operational fees associated with the program. We accept check, credit card options for payment.
If you wish to be notified once classes become available please join our notification list below.
Of course, we are always open to suggestions for instructors and class options email us at email@example.com.
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.