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  ARTS IN EDUCATION 
"Louisa County experiences a high rate of poverty... I have no doubt that for many students, it was their first time in a theater... We gave those kids a spark that could change lives -- or at least broaden the horizons of their hearts and minds. For that, I thank you!"
Dr. LuAnneUnruh, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction, Louisa County Public Schools about the professional theater presentation to 600 Louisa School students.
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Art Lessons

On the second floor of the art center are two spacious classrooms with lots of natural light. The Art Center partners with Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. This partnership allows us to bring many fine art teachers to Louisa to hold classes on a wide variety of topics such as photography, fabric art, painting, drawing, etc. We also have a number of local artists who are willing to teach a class if asked. Please let us know the art class topic that interests you by e-mailing info@louisaarts.org. Minimum class size varies.


Friday, September 11, 2015 6:30 pm
Tuesday, September 29, 2015 at 6:30 pm

Socialize and raise a glass to celebrate the unique artist within. Toast To Art provides all the tools and guidance to create a masterpiece all your own. No painting experience required! Only bring your fun-loving self.        

At the end of the class take home your 16X20 canvas version of our subject in Acrylic paints. Check our calendar for upcoming schedule and secure your easel online at louisaarts.org or book your very own Toast To Art special event 540-967-2200.

Cost: $30, includes all materials and a beverage (wine and beer available with ID). Ask about Incentives for Hosting Or About Special Events

Reserve your easel at LouisaArts.org
Or by calling 540-967-5200


Arts in Education Performances


FREDERICK DOUGLASS -
Partnership with LOUISA COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY.
In this performance-lecture, Nathan Richardson brings this African-American reformer, writer, and statesman to life. After escaping from slavery, Douglass became a leader of the abolitionist movement, gaining note for his dazzling oratory, and as a living counter-example to slaveholders’ argument that slaves lacked intellectual capacity.
$10 All Tickets
January 31, 2016- 2:00p.m.
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PINKALICIOUS (FAMILY) –
Pinkalicious can’t stop eating pink cupcakes. Her cravings turn her entirely pink with Pinkititis - a dream come true for a pink loving enthusiast. When her hue goes too far, Pinkalicious must figure out how to get out of the predicament in this enjoyable family musical.
$15 Adults / $8 Youth
November 15 – 2:00p.m.
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