The Plymouth Arts Center welcomes Tricia Roberts as our new Education Coordinator. As the PAC Education Coordinator, Tricia will oversee all education programs including the recruitment of teachers and volunteers. Her vision is to build upon the strong presence of the Plymouth Arts Center in the greater area by creating new learning opportunities for adults, children, and families and by expanding community partnerships. A Sheboygan native, Tricia has a Bachelor of Arts degree in EnglishRead More
The Plymouth Arts Center offers a wide variety of ongoing classes for adults, teens, and young children. These offerings vary from single day workshops, drop-in events, summer camps, and weekly classes.
Our teachers are accomplished artists and performers who can lead both beginners and the more experienced alike in an exploration of engaging art-making and other creative pursuits. Please read or download ” Call for Teaching Artists Proposal ” HERE
Please read the PAC’s Class and Workshop Information and Liability Waiver. HERE
Please click HERE to read our list of the PAC Class Education Donor Fund!Community Class Survey
Weekly Classes, Adults
Bring work in progress or bring a new project. Lori will demo and give helpful guiding instruction. Thinner and paint medium, as well as easels, are provided. Supply list will be made available.
One day workshops, Youth
December’s Art project with Art Teacher Mary Create cute little Christmas gnomes that will we will make into Christmas Ornaments!! You will learn to use oven-baked clay and create cute little magical gnomes to grace your tree or a friend’s tree! Pre-Registration is required. Fee is $20 per student. All supplies are included.
Sundays, Jan. 5 - Feb. 9, 2020
Weekly Classes, Youth
Understanding sculpture is a foundational skill for virtually any artist. Whether you primarily draw, paint or work in three dimensions, studying sculpture will improve your work by leaps and bounds
Sat., May 16, 2020
One day workshops, All Ages
Soft pastels, a medium made famous by Edgar Degas, Mary Cassatt and others, is experiencing a renaissance that you can join in understanding and experiencing.