Classes for adults offered at the Carrollwood Cultural Center.

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Experimental Painting for Adults w. Alexis Arrazcaeta (Virtual Class)

You will have complete creative freedom while experimenting with a variety of interesting and often unique mediums.

Art and Painting Class

Art Studio (Independent Study) w. Michele Stone

The Art Studio is for adults looking for space and time to independently work on art projects.

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Wheel Throwing w. Miriam Zohar

In this class, students of all levels will learn how to throw clay on the potter’s wheel and later glaze their pieces.

2018 Birdhouse Planters by Diana Davidson

Hand Building w. Miriam Zohar

Students will be introduced to the hand building of pinch, coil and slab as well as basic design techniques to create functional and non-functional clay objects.

Ceramics by Alexis Arrazcaeta

Assisted Ceramics w. Alexis Arracaeta

Students will use to learn hand building techniques to manipulate wheel-thrown pieces thrown by the instructor to create one beautiful work of art.

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Fiction: Form & Technique w. John Slayton

This creative writing class with author John Slayton is for beginners to advanced fiction writers.

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Fiction: Form & Technique (Advanced) w. John Slayton

An advanced class with author John Slayton that aims to provide students with a working knowledge of the critical aspects of writing fiction.

2016 Adult Dance Class

Ballet for Joy & Vitality w. Devan Bittinger

A ballet class for mature adults with little or no past experience. Students will focus on alignment, balance, coordination, simple steps, and combinations with joy and vitality.

Adult Ballet Level I w. Brad McCaskill

Students will learn the basics of ballet and work to improve balance and strength.

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Adult Ballet Level II w. Brad McCaskill

A biweekly class that focuses on ballet technique for intermediate and advanced dancers.