Centre for the Living Arts offers a full range of classes and workshops for all skill levels. Studio art classes are led by professional artists and experienced educators. Access to the works of nationally and internationally known artists of current CLA exhibitions will provide inspiration for studio exploration. Weekend and evening studio classes are available for all ages. The full schedule of classes can be found under the Visual & Performing Arts tab. To register, please contact Darby Ulery Wiik.
Please note: Payment for classes must be made in full at the time of registration, no later than four days prior to start of class. If you must cancel, please let us know at least four days before the date of the class. No refunds will be given for withdrawals after registration ends. Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. If this occurs, students will be contacted in advance and full refunds will be issued.
Darby Ulery Wiik
Education and Administration Manager
251 208 5658
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Classes
Adult Deaf and Hard of Hearing Studio Classes Coming Soon.
For more information, please contact:
Joy Antar (AIDB) at email@example.com or 251 281 2333
Darby Ulery Wiik (Centre for the Living Arts) at firstname.lastname@example.org or 251 208 5658
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Arts License Plate program of the Alabama Alliance for Arts
Senior Studio Classes
Senior studio classes are free for adults ages 60+
Classes are every 1st and 3rd Wednesday from 2-4pm.
Adult Studio Classes
Ceramics Studio | beginning September 10
This is a beginning to intermediate class exploring clay as a medium for the expression of 3-dimensional forms. Students will be introduced to wheel throwing and hand building techniques.
The class will run every Wednesday from 5:30 – 8:30pm , beginning September 10th until October 29th, making a total of 8 sessions.
Wednedays, beginning September 10
5:30 – 8:30pm
$195/ Member discounts available
Gearing up for Global – Summer Professional Development Workshop | July 2
In this three hour workshop, Dr. Paige Vitulli will provide K-12 teachers with information on how to integrate art across the curriculum using contemporary art experiences as a teaching mechanism. Educators will be prepared for CLA’s next major long-term exhibition on globalism scheduled to open in fall 2014. Educational resources will be provided along with hands-on activities.
Presenter: Dr. Paige Vitulli / the University of South Alabama
Date: Wednesday, July 2 / 9-noon – 15 minute break mid-way
Maximum number of teachers: 25
This workshop is sponsored by SARIC