St. Petersburg, FL — The Warehouse Arts District Association (WADA) will be kicking off the new year with a wide variety of art classes hosted at their new facility, The Pruitt Arts Education Center on the ArtsXchange Campus. The community will be able to enjoy classes taught in visual and performing arts led by local artists and educators who are eager to share their passion and knowledge for their craft.
Dozens of classes are currently available for registration, commencing in January, ranging from traditional, such as Art History and Yoga, to unique, introducing Wet Felting and Multi-media Expression. Classes vary in length, class size, cost, and skill level, providing a range of art genres to explore for both adults and children.
Within The Pruitt Arts Education Center is The Aresty School for Young Artists, offering students aged eight to 14 an opportunity to bring out their unique personalities through multisensory and multidisciplinary artmaking. With topics from Sustainable Art to Stop Motion Animation, classes will be offered after-school, on weekends, and during spring and summer breaks.
“The idea for this education center is as old as the idea for The ArtsXchange itself,” said Danielle Garcia, Director of Arts Education at WADA. “This campus is where art is made and we also want it to be where artists are made and community is created.,” she added.
For more information and to register for classes, visithttps://www.warehouseartsdistrictstpete.org/.
WADA members receive special pricing for all classes. For more information and to become a member, visithttps://www.warehouseartsdistrictstpete.org/join-us
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The Warehouse Arts District Association (WADA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit arts organization comprised of artists, members, individual supporters, and businesses who are dedicated to flourishing the community through artistic endeavors, support, education, and highly curated art.