Classes and Workshops
Due to COVID-19, the Savannah Cultural Arts Center is currently closed to the public. While our desire is to provide you with a space that promotes arts and culture, our top priority is the health and well-being of our community. We invite you to engage with us virtually!
Join us virtually on Saturday mornings for interactive read-alouds of some of your favorite children’s books, and maybe discover a few new stories too. Each engaging story is accompanied by an arts activity to enhance the literary experience. This free program runs every other week for children ages 3 to 7.
Jan 16 – The Magical Snow Garden by Tracey Corderoy
Jan 30 – What If by Samantha Berger
Feb 13 – What Do You Love About You? by Karen Lechelt
Feb 27 – Dave the Potter: Artist
Please register by Friday at noon the day before your preferred session(s) to make sure you receive the Zoom invitation and art activity information.
Arts in Action: At Home Activities
With this beginner improv activity, the dinner guest possibilities are endless! Take turns acting out characters from our prompt list or make your own! Fun for families and all ages.
|String Pull Abstract Art|
String Pull Art creates surprise abstract prints that are quick, easy, and fun for all ages! All you need is string, paint, and paper. This project makes great art but also unique cards or wrapping paper!
|How-to: Character Development|
How do actors become their character? This imagination-engaging activity helps beginning actors learn and practice character development skills.
|How-to: Coffee Stain Abstract Art|
Here’s a fun way to use up a little extra black coffee for an abstract art activity with no wrong answers, no special tools needed, and it is fun for kids and adults!
|How-to: Tape Resist Painting|
Learn how to use painters tape to create fun designs, letters, or even just really straight lines! This simple craft is a fun way to engage your creativity and is suitable for all ages.
|How-to: Build-A-Story Improv|
Use your imagination to build a story in this introduction to improv activity. Simple icon tiles and game variations are provided in this instruction sheet!
|How-to: 3D Paper Card|
Learn how to turn paper hearts into a one-of-a-kind gift or work of art! This instruction sheet will help you learn the basics, then let your imagination take it from there.
All classes are held at the Savannah Cultural Arts Center, located at 201 Montgomery Street.
Registration Deadline: Registration for all classes & workshops closes one week prior to the class/workshop start date.
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Our classes and workshops are available to the entire community and we strive to ensure that youth, in particular, have an opportunity to participate. Financial assistance is available for youth, aged 17 and under, who are enrolled in the SCCPSS free and reduced lunch program. Documentation is required from parents/guardians. Download the financial assistance application here.
For questions or concerns, please call us at (912) 651-6783.