NCLAC courses will benefit children, adults
A person can never know enough, and there is never a time when a person should give up the pursuit of knowledge. That’s why people should take advantage of North Central Louisiana Arts Council’s new Academy classes that will take place at the Dixie Center for the Arts. The courses — which will be in session for seven weeks, beginning Sept. 7 — offer instruction in acting, fine arts and writing for children, teenagers and adults.
Instructors teaching these courses are knowledgeable and actively practice their subject, which means students should get the most out of their time. During this first seven-week session, nine classes are available. NCLAC will, on an ongoing basis, take course proposals from those who are interested in teaching an arts-related skill. This means that the Academy will potentially offer a multitude of unique classes that will appeal to a broad number of people.
Some of the classes offered this fall are writing college application essays, painting with pastels, drawing with colored pencils, creative writing, improvisation and movement for actors and more.