If you could create something magical, what would it be?

At the Carrollwood Cultural Center, you are invited to learn a new skill, revisit an old one, or simply “do that one thing you’ve always wanted to do.”

Through art, ceramics, dance, music and theatre you will gain a new appreciation for the arts – perhaps even discover a talent you never knew you had. Regardless of the reason, there is always something new and exciting to learn at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.

Registration Tips & Policies

How do I register?

There are three ways to register:

  • online at (subject to online registration fees)
  • over the phone at (813-) 922-8167
  • in person at the Center

Students are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please register early as some classes do fill quickly. Registration is complete only after full payment is received. Late enrollments are not accepted after the first day of class. We do not maintain wait lists for classes.

How many weeks are the classes?
Classes meet for six weeks. Holidays and other dates that may affect classes are reflected in the schedule.

Where do classes meet?
Classes meet at either the Carrollwood Cultural Center (4537 Lowell Road), or The Studio (13345 Casey Road).

What is the minimum/maximum capacity for each class?
The maximum capacity for each class is contingent upon the subject, equipment and facility space.
The minimum enrollment required for each group class is four. Classes that have four enrolled students one week prior to the first day of class will remain open for additional registrations until either the class is full, or until the first class meets. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollments, a full refund, or gift certificate will be issued.

What is the registration deadline?
We encourage early registration. Class enrollments will be reviewed one-week prior to the first class. If it meets the minimum requirement, registration will remain open until the class is either filled, or until the first class.

What do I need for class?
Each class has different requirements. If listed, materials fees are due to the instructor on the first day of class. Students are responsible for providing their own supplies for classes that require it. In cases where a supplies list is not given, the instructor will either provide supplies, or give a supplies list during the first day of class.

What if I miss a class?
Attendance is the student’s responsibility. The Center is not responsible for offering make-ups for absences not the fault of the faculty or the Center.

Pro-rating is not available. Late enrollments, or single class passes are also not available.

What if a class is cancelled?
Classes may be cancelled or interrupted in the event of severe weather conditions or emergency situations.

In the event that an instructor must cancel a class, the instructor will schedule a make-up lesson through the Center, then communicate that information to the students. In the event that a make-up lesson is not made available, a single class refund may be issued upon written request to the Center.

What is the tuition refund policy?
A full refund or gift certificate will be issued for any class that is cancelled by the Center.
Refund requests received fewer than seven days prior to the first class will be assessed a $20 processing fee.

Child Safety
The ensure your child’s safety, please pick him/her up promptly either at the classroom, or in the lobby after class/lesson. Children are supervised only during instruction. Administrative staff and faculty will not supervise children outside of instructional time

Tuition Savers!
Members enjoy special savings on tuition, event tickets, room rentals and more! Ask for details.

Save 10% by registering for two or more classes at one time, or by registering multiple household members at one time. Visit our website for details.