At Art League of Jacksonville, a team of skilled multidisciplinary artists teach courses, deliver speeches at events, and showcase work at special exhibitions. Though it focuses on the visual arts, the league also offers a music-and-acting curriculum, teaching aspiring artists to draw pictures with charcoal, create elegant sculptures from stone, and remove all of Rutherford B. Hayes' facial hair with Photoshop. Classes cater to artists of all ages and abilities, and exhibitions allow students to display their work to the public.
Learn the art of improv and set yourself free, sharpen your intuition, and improve your speaking skills. Let go of stress and share a laugh. Classes have a safe and relaxed atmosphere. You'll have so much fun you'll never want to quit.
Through hands-on learning, Pathways Arts aims to help students build well-rounded skill sets in the arts. The team of instructors are professionals in the areas they teach, meaning they're adept at teaching students the basics and then helping them plunge right into experimenting with different types of movement or media. Classes for teens and adults and kids, for example, cover topics as diverse as painting, photography, art history, drama, yoga, and capoeira.
Teri Lea brings her experience from the front lines of show biz to Ignite Arts Academy, where she works with actors and dancers to hone their crafts. Acting classes range from building strong foundations during a six-week fundamentals course to perfecting the art of the monologue. Dance classes are also available in a variety of styles and levels.