2013 Educational Programming Announcement
The Jacksonville Center for the Arts 2013 class schedule is now available. There are currently over 80 classes scheduled. The Jax is offering special ½ price classes for children, teens and seniors, as well as classes scheduled to celebrate holidays in new ways. There will be nationally known artists coming to Floyd to teach and local instructors offering new classes. The class schedule is available online at jacksonvillecenter.org. Classes scheduled for January, February, and March are already filling up so make sure to sign up soon.
As a special offer, if you register and pay in full for more than one class at the same time before March 1st, you will receive an additional 10% off your tuition. Please contact The Jax to take advantage of this special offer!
January classes include:
“Business and Tax Issues for Small Businesses, Self Employed and Artists” by Susan C. Heath, CPA. This class is on January 28th and is FREE.
“Wonders of Watercolor Painting” by Sidra Kaluszka. Meets on Wednesdays, January 30th – March 20th. Special high school student ½ price class! The cost is $135 with all materials included.
Upcoming Educational Events include:
Jax Glass Club Meeting – February 3rd
NRV Polymer Clay Guild – February 9th
FAD (Floyd Arts Dialogues) – March 8th
For more information about the Jax visit jacksonvillecenter.org or call 540-745-2784. The Jax is located at 220 Parkway Lane South in Floyd, ½ mile south of the stoplight on Route 8. Winter business hours are Monday to Friday, 10am to 3pm; Saturday, 11am to 4pm; and closed Sunday. Winter hours continue through March.
About The Jacksonville Center
The Jacksonville Center for the Arts seeks to showcase, support, and facilitate artistic endeavors and rural creativity throughout Southwest Virginia. Located in a historic dairy barn in Floyd, Virginia, the center pursues its mission through year-round educational opportunities, housing resident studio artists, mounting rotating exhibits that feature local and regional artists and artisans and more.
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