Arts Centers and Programs
Office of Raleigh Arts
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.
Join us for Pop-up Studios at Laurel Hills Community Center in March and April!
What would you make if an arts center moved into your neighborhood for two months? Would you paint with your best friend? Would you learn how to make a book with your neighbor? Would your teen learn how to knit? Would your 3rd grader make jewelry?
We invite you to join us and create your answer!
Pop-up Studios are coming to Laurel Hills Community Center in March and April and Tarboro Road Community Center/Saint Monica Teen Center in May and June. Register for a free class and live your Creative Life!
Questions? Email ArtEverywhere@raleighnc.gov.
Programming is scheduled by participant's age group. All materials are provided and all programs are free. Pre-registration is encouraged, but not required. Drop-ins who arrive at the beginning of the scheduled program time are welcomed as long as space and materials allow. Find the right Pop-up Studio for you!
We're popping up at Laurel Hills Community Center from March 4 - April 29.