Augusta Guitar Lessons' resident instructor, Nick, draws upon more than 10 years as a dedicated guitarist to teach beginning and intermediate students the instrument's fundamentals. To begin lessons—which he holds right in his pupils' homes—Nick focuses on rudimentary skills, such as playing scales and basic chords. From there, he introduces more advanced techniques, including palm muting and power chords, which can only be played by those who possess the greatest power there is: love. In addition, Nick teaches his students how to read tablature of their favorite songs, as well as how to rock out on both lead and rhythm guitar.
It can take an artist years to apply the right brushstrokes to a canvas, but at Corks and Canvas, it only takes one night. During each three-hour painting session, a professional artist walks classes through every step of duplicating a piece of acrylic art. Made up of participants aged 16 and older, the group classes convene at a public venue such as a restaurant. Students can buy food and drinks to snack on throughout the night or smear onto their canvas if they’re tired of painting. For scheduled sessions and private events for adults or kids, Corks and Canvas supplies canvases, paint, brushes, easels, and aprons.
Melissa Larkin Schultz holds a masters degree in vocal performance and a résumé that includes singing in operas and chamber choral groups. At Larksong Studio, however, it's the voices of her students that ring out. Melissa has designed a voice lesson curriculum for students aged 13 and above that incorporates breathing, posture, vocal range, and an understanding of musical styles. Melissa also offers piano lessons for kids aged 5 and older and Musikgarten classes for children up to 16 months old, which impart musical understanding through sing-a-longs, games, and rhythm-pattern-recognition exercises.
Respect cultural heritage when you visit Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art's museum in Augusta.
For a well-crafted dish, be sure to visit the restaurant at this museum.
Go ahead and bring your rug rats with you — this museum has kid-friendly policy.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Firm up and have fun while doing it! Ballroom in Motion in Augusta is ideal for anyone looking to dance their heart out.
Overcome stage fright and put yourself out there with Ballroom in Motion's instructional dance classes.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.