From two locations, SuperMusic's passionate instructors corral fledgling musicians and instill a passion for music, making the learning process fun and engaging. The school also offers performance opportunities through its Perform program, encouraging students to showcase their skills during a musical at the end of every year and a short film each spring.
James and Alicia Bourdier strive to share their passion for music with their students at helm Bon Temps Misique through lessons for anyone ages 4 and up. The duo specializes in areas of instruction that include instruments such as piano, drums, woodwinds, and brass, and they also offer composition and theory classes.
Play N Trade is home to a huge library of new and used current and retro video games, consoles, and accessories. Customers will find the latest blockbusters and AAA titles for current-generation consoles alongside 8-bit classics. Additionally, Play N Trade also offers console repair and will gladly buff scratches out of worn discs.
Pencils and markers are nowhere to be found amid the array of colorful paints that fill Artistico Express's cozy studio. Instead, painters of any age and ability reach for paintbrushes, sponges, and stamps to create personal artworks on everything from plates, tiles, and masks to jewelry created from silver clay.
Experienced photo gurus Doug Box and Randy Kerr impart practical photo skills to curious shutterbugs during engaging seminars that have appeared across the States and in eight countries abroad. Doug Box, author of myriad photography-technique books, is one of 13 Kodak mentors and is the Executive Director of the Texas Professional Photographers Association. His co-teacher, Randy Kerr, heads World Photographic, which uses photography as a vehicle for illuminating humanitarian and environmental topics. Both men have been teaching photography classes for years and help amateurs take photos that capture piercing looks, toothy smiles, and elusive dodo sightings.
At Work/Shop, art and commerce hold hands and skip across a sunny, flower-filled meadow. Work/Shop's local and national instructors labor with love, offering classes to students of all skill levels that cover how to draw from live models, pen one's thoughts, and throw clay pots through windows with gusto. Art aficionados can sharpen their scrutiny with critique nights, art-appreciation classes, and quarterly exhibitions. Members renew their creative vigor with seven-day access to the studio, discounts on materials, and ample storage space. On the shop side of the studio, artists and guests can browse through work created on-site and support Work/Shop's endeavors by purchasing a piece.