Arts Centers and Programs

Office of Raleigh Arts

Last updated May 16, 2018 - 5:27 pm
Arts Center Activities

Pullen and Sertoma Arts Centers offer beginning, intermediate and advanced classes and workshops for adults in visual, performing and healing arts along with visual and performing classes and summer camps for preschool, youth and teens. Classes take place year-round and are open to all ages and abilities.

The Centers provide a nurturing creative atmosphere in beautiful park settings for novices and professionals alike, with skilled arts instructors, specialized equipment, large studio spaces and classrooms, and an art exhibit Gallery Program. Open Studio Time enables qualified studio cardholders to work on their art and use studio equipment and amenities in a non-instructional environment. While each Center has its own specialized studio areas, both offer fundamental studio classes in painting, drawing and pottery from beginner to advanced levels as well as youth summer arts camps with an emphasis on visual and theater arts.

Pullen Arts Center

Pullen Arts Center

Phone: 919-996-6126
Address: 105 Pullen Rd, 27607
Director: Eliza Kiser
Assistant Director: Betty McKim
Front Desk: Email

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Sertoma Arts Center

Sertoma Arts Center

Phone: 919-996-2329
Address: 1400 W Millbrook Rd, 27612
Director: Julia Meder
Assistant Director: Kendal Draper
Front Desk: Email

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Pop-up Studios

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Pop-Up Studios are for everybody and anybody!

Come meet other members of your community while learning new art techniques and being creative. Register for a free class and live your Creative Life!

Pop-up Studio programs are offered free of charge, but pre-registration is encouraged as we have limited seating and materials in each class.

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