Young budding artists will have a chance to unleash their inner creativity this spring at Thomasville Center for the Arts (TCA). Be it music, dance, art or a combination of the three, TCA has creativity covered for a wide range of ages. TCA resident partners like South Georgia Ballet, South Georgia Youth Orchestra and more help provide a well-rounded scope of opportunities for kids after school.

Bus transportation is provided from area schools to both TCA locations, the historic main building and TCA downtown. Head over to to learn more and to sign up — enrollment is open now.

Art in the Afternoon offerings are vast and diverse and one of TCA’s newest classes is the Young Creators Club. This is great for kids ages 8-13; they will use the design process to explore the world around them and create artistic solutions for what they see.

If music is of interest, learn from the best with private lessons from the TCA Music Conservatory instructors, or if in middle or high school, check out the South Georgia Youth Orchestra and learn from renowned celebrated cellist Dr. Boyan Bonev.

2020年欧洲杯赛程详细时间If dance is the calling, head over to South Georgia Ballet — ballerinas can begin as early as 2. Throughout the spring there will be performances, exhibitions, and family free-for-alls — be sure to check out TCA’s calendar.

2020年欧洲杯赛程详细时间“At TCA, we believe that every child deserves access to art education, and we are striving to be able to provide that opportunity,” said Stephanie Sharp, TCA’s youth and family programs manager. “By encouraging a child’s passion and curiosity to create, an inner artist will emerge to connect with the world and others in many beautiful ways.”

Get ready to let your kiddo think, create, move and be heard this spring. To learn more, head over to and sign up.

2020年欧洲杯赛程详细时间Thomasville Center for the Arts serves as a catalyst for artistic expression, arts education and creative economy in Thomasville and the surrounding region. The center has two locations: the historic East Side School building at 600 E. Washington St. and in the heart of the creative district at 209 W. Remington Ave.