One-Time Art Workshops
Our recurring art classes for adults are only part of our instructive offerings at the Cultural Arts Center. We also host a variety of shorter, more in-depth learning experiences on a wealth of subjects, from creative writing to raku pottery. Class and workshop registration is handled through the Columbus Recreation and Parks Department’s registration site. If you do not have an account, you will need to sign up for one before registering for any classes or workshops.
Mimi Chenfeld "It's Always the Write Time"
It’s Always the WRITE TIME: a day of creative writing. Starting with warm-up exercises, loosening ideas for writers of all levels, all genres or undecideds! Just as our bodies need to be flexible and strong before we can choreograph dances, we need to strengthen our freedom oof spirit, openness, flexibility, courage, and willingness to be playful and enjoy the PROCESS of creativity and the written word! This will be an amazing process full of surprises and open doors welcoming exciting ideas. Bring a lunch and water bottle, lots of paper and pens.
November 20th, 2021 – REGISTER HERE
December 11th, 2021 – REGISTER HERE
Brianna Rhodes' Artist in Residence Dance Workshop Series
Join CAC’s fall/winter Artist in Residence Brianna Rhodes for one of many opportunities to dance! These are open to all dance backgrounds and technical skill! Classes will be held at the Columbus Performing Arts Center – masks required.
AFROBEAT – Sept. 15th – Sept. 25th (WED/SAT/WED/SAT)
DANCEHALL – Sept. 29th – Oct. 9th (WED/SAT/WED/SAT)
MODERN – Oct. 13th – Oct. 23rd (WED/SAT/WED/SAT) (HEALING CLASS 10/13)
HIP HOP – Oct. 26th – Nov. 6th (TUE/SAT/WED/SAT)
HEELS – Nov. 10th – Nov. 20th (WED/SAT/WED/SAT)
HOUSE – Nov. 23rd – Dec. 1st (TUE/SAT/WED) (HEALING CLASS 11/23)
CHOREOGRAPHY – Dec. 8th – Dec. 18th (WED/SAT/WED/SAT)
The Cultural Arts Center Workshop Experience
Our periodically scheduled workshops, most of them taking place over the summer, are designed to be concentrated experiences focused on specific areas of artistic expression. They allow attendees to try something new without having to commit to our standard 7-8 week classes, and often explore mediums and art forms not typically offered in our lengthier classes. Subjects offered have included:
- Creative writing
- Japanese raku pottery
- Jewelry setting
- Oil painting
- Ceramic molds