We offer a variety of arts classes and programs for children, youth and adults! Please navigate the tabs on the left to explore all the opportunities!
Friday, April 17, 6:30 p.m., Poindexter Hall,
Mississippi University for Women Campus.
Public is invited to observe at no admission.
Saturday, May 9, 9 am-Noon. Lecture and Workshop. Explore how art maintains and influences our culture, and learn how to make art that reflects what you want to create in your community. Ages 12 - adult. Free
“Jesse Speeks”, 2 p.m.--Short film documentary by Birmingham filmmaker Sonya Mitchell shares the touching true story of Jesse P. Miller, III, a remarkable young man diagnosed with autism.
Experience the Right Side of Your Brain, Saturday, May 9, 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m. Teachers, parents, friends and family of autistic children and adults will find this a valuable workshop to experience exercises using the right side of the brain as those with autism do.