The Laredo Center for the Arts provides a variety of arts education programs for children and adults. Thanks to the support of many local corporations and foundations, we are able to coordinate an exciting curriculum of music, theatre, and visual arts classes.
Our next Academy will include even more opportunities for children who really and truly want to develope and explore their love of arts and humanities.
For more information on houw your child can become a part of our great programs, please talk to Rosie Santos at (956) 725-1715.
These courses are made possible through a grant from the Guadalupe and Lilia Martinez Foundation.
Intro to color theory and art history
After school art classes are $20 per class per student.
Classes will take place in LCA'S Classroom Casita. The registration fee includes instruction. Materials are not included. Students are advised to bring comfortable clothes. Students may bring a snack if desired.
Showcasing local heritage and local arts, the Center hosts festivals including but not limited to Birding Festival in Februray, Cinco de Mayo Celebration in May, and Dia de los Muertos in October.
Tours of current exhibitions are available year round. Tailored specifically for each visiting group, tours are led by trained leaders and may include discussions on the elements of art and principles of design, artist biographies, history of the Center, and an activity. Appointments are required. No fee. Donations are welcome.
Professional artists and art educators bring art workshops and presentations to classroomes and community groups, broadening awareness of fine arts and art history.
A VISIT MAY INCLUDE:
Demonstrations of artistic technique by professional artists and educators; slide show presentations that focus on art history and artists biographies; learning what materials to use and how to use them; and information on careers in the arts.