“People who received more exposure to art and music before the age of 14 are more likely to steer themselves to become successful business owners, inventors and entrepreneurs.” – Rex LaMore, Director, 2013 Research Study, Michigan State University’s Center for Community & Economic Development.
Table of contents :
– Arts After School (Monday, Tuesday (Anime/Cosplay/Manga), Wednesday or Thursday class options). See below.
– Home Schooler Art (Wednesdays) : September – May (Ongoing). See below.
– NEW 2015 Piano and Voice Lessons – 6 weeks. See below.
– Basics of Photoshop for Artists taught by Christy Pilkinton. August 29, beginning at 10am. Registrations available HERE
– Don’t Be Afraid of the White Canvas, presented by Olga A. from O’Gallery: Oct. 3, 2015. 10am. Registrations available HERE
– Photography class : Call or email us for info
Call 615-822-0789 or email us with any questions.
Arts After School, September – May (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday)
Classes once a week throughout the school year, 9 month program, following Sumner County public school calendars.
Each class is limited in size in order to give more individualized instruction so sign ups are encouraged ASAP.
Programs for children ages 6 – 15. This is a 9 month program that students attend once a week. It teaches the basics in color theory, drawing, painting, clay, sculpture and printmaking. Grades 1 -3 are taught by Tracy Givens and grades 4 -9 by Sandra Kandros both of whom are teachers in the Sumner County school district.
Costs per month is $45 dollars per student or discounted to $385 for the entire 9 months.
Supplies : A non refundable fee of $42.50 made payable to the art teacher is due with registration to pay for supplies throughout the year.
Classes fill up fast, so sign up today!
4:30-6pm – Mondays (grades 4-6), Tuesdays (TBA), Wednesdays (grades7+), and Thursdays (grades 1-3)
Arts After School – Tuesday Class (Anime/Cosplay/Manga concentration)
September – December
Taught by Holly Errigo from TW Hunter Middle School, The Frist, and Cheekwood.
For details and registration, click here : download (pdf file).
Home Schooler Art Classes – FALL 2015
Wednesdays : Art : Class options between Noon – 3pm
Art Class :
Kids will learn to implement and identify the Elements of art and Principals of design from Bettye Zettergren. The use of multia media and art techniques will be explored in our classes. Students will be introduced to art history with artist of inspiration. Multicultural art projects will enrich our learning around the world. Look forward to Fun with hands on experiences. Paint shirts will be provided.
Bettye Zettergren (Art)She received her BA in art education from the University of Mississippi. Bettye attended O’ More College of Design and has worked as an interior designer for 35 yrs. She owned her own business and work room for 25 years and is now employed part time for Dandelion Interiors. For several years Bettye taught at T.W. Hunter Middle school, Beech High School, and Merrol Hyde Magnet. She has been married to Al Zettergren for 34 years. They have two grown children Zack and Liz and three grandchildren- Carlee(who attends MHMS elementary) Grant and Luke.
Click HERE to download registration forms. Class sizes are limited so sign up today to secure your child’s seats.
Piano & Voice Lessons (Mondays, & Thursdays):
H.Arts Music Lessons – Vocal and / or piano private lessons – learn to read and perform music in a safe centrally located venue (historic Monthaven). Home Schoolers welcome.
All skills levels, all age levels, including adults, 4+
Voice lessons – all musical styles.
Opera / Classical, Pop, Country, Jazz, Musical, Theatre, etc.
Classical / Traditional, Contemporary
Available class options Monday’s 1pm – 6pm. or Thursdays 2-6pm
Class Duration : 25 or 50 minute class options, 6 weeks.
Cost $25 / $50 per class, 6 weeks.
Students can participate in an optional, non-mandatory recital, with students from additional Hendersonville / Goodlettsville schools, June 13, 11am.
About the teacher : Alyson Haley, holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music, Advanced Certificate in Music Education, and Masters of Music degree (Dec. 2014) at Belmont University in Vocal Performance, where she has served as one of two merit scholarship 2012-2014 artist Fellows with the Nashville Opera. Ms. Haley has been a professional performer and teacher for over 20 years and favorite experiences include performing with the Nashville Opera, Chaffin’s Barn Dinner Theater, and being one of eight original cast member of the Imagination Playhouse Children’s Theater at Dollywood.
Registration info / form HERE
Middle Tennessee Community Choir & Music Academy
Show Choirs (or Glee Club) for Kindergarten-8th Graders
Beginning: August 10, 2015, placement auditions (TBA)
Classes are Mondays from 4-6:30pm
All classes taught by mtcc founder and director, Alyson Haley (B.A.)
This is an 8 month program, with 2 x 13 week semesters, with strong emphasis on healthy signing and development of each singer’s voice. The program includes group voice lessons, basic choreography, movement games; performance coaching; singing in unison and in parts; sight-singing and ear-training; and private lessons for 3rd-8th graders. Mtcc will also have multiple performance opportunities in some of the following : art exhibits, humanitarian fund raising events, festivals, concerts, sporting events, and a group photo shoot by a professional photographer.
Receive : mtcc 2015 January-May REGISTRATION by emailing us :
arts council at monthaven dot org
Thursday Theatre Class-CLOSED
Class options between 3pm-6pm
Greg Wilson (Theatre) Greg Wilson has been a Hendersonville resident for 16 years.He is the Founding Artistic Director of Actor’s Point Theatre Company. Greg has been acting and directing professionally and semi-professionally for over 30 years. Greg has been seen locally in many theatrical productions as well as in TV commercials and has appeared in 5 feature films to date. He is the host of two online talk radio podcast programs for ShowcaseView found on both I-Tunes and Stitcher. In addition Greg is the Producing Director of The Tennessee Shakespeare Festival. He is also a founding board member of Carpe Artista – an organization whose mission is to develop local arts communities through the nurturing of young creatives to reach their full potential in character, calling, craft and community. In addition, Wilson is a respected acting teacher and acting coach in the greater Nashville area coaching many area actors for commercial, television, and theatrical roles. In fall of 2012, Greg was named the Artist in Residence for the theatre department of Martin Methodist University.
Studio Painting Classes : – CLOSED
- brief lectures on technique and procedures in developing technique - demonstrations of still life - individualized instruction and guidance to completing works - beautiful historic venue
Beginning Tuesday Sept. 2. 6-8pm.
Conducted by Jerry Grubbs :
Jerry Grubbs is a native Tennessean who currently lives in Hendersonville. He started painting after retirement in 2008, fulfilling a long held dream. Although primarily self-taught, Jerry has studied with several local artist as well as taking classes with Igor Babailov, Mary Miller Veazey, Annie Tagg, Roger Dale Brown and Rebecca Neef.
Jerry’s work is in private collections in Middle Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, and Texas. He has had works in The Gallery on Fifth, Second Floor Gallery at Tennessee Art League, Art and Invention Gallery and Gallery on the Square in Franklin, Kentucky. He has also sold works in local art shows. In the spring of 2012 his work was featured in a one person show at Towne Centre Gallery in Brentwood.
His work has been exhibited in various businesses in Hendersonville and Nashville. A piece was sold in support of charitable activities of the Nashville Corvette Club. His work was shown and sold in the Earl Swensson and Associates, AIA, show and sale in support of the American Heart Association.
Jerry has taught beginning oil painting at Studio G in Hendersonville and is now teaching a weekly class at Monthaven Mansion for the Hendersonville Arts Council.