Check out our altogether creative camp options below.

Registration for the 2021 Fall Semester is now open! Registration will remain open while space permits. For camps, registration will close the Friday prior to the beginning of the camp week.

Classes, camps, workshops & special events may be canceled if minimum participation is not reached. Participants enrolled in any instructional class, camp, workshop or special event that is canceled by the Carrollton Center for the Arts will receive a full refund or may transfer the registration fee to another program being offered during that semester of programming.

All class days and/or times are subject to change. The Carrollton Center for the Arts reserves the right to cancel and/or combine classes based on enrollment.

Participants who cancel their registration prior to the beginning of a program will receive reimbursement, minus a 20% handling fee. NO REFUND will be made after the first camp/class session. No refunds will be made on theatre/concert tickets sold. Hardships will be handled on an individual basis and MUST BE delivered in writing to the Superintendent of Arts. Please allow four weeks for reimbursement.

Lunch & Snacks
Full day campers will need to bring a sack lunch that does not need to be refrigerated. The center does have vending machines. For all camps, the center will provide one snack during the camp day. If a child has a food allergy, we ask parents to send a snack for their child.

Performance Fee
A performance fee will be assessed prior to shows performed by the youth programs. This fee will cover the costs of rehearsals outside of class, sets, props, lighting, legal rights to music/plays, costumes/uniforms, publicity and other costs associated with production.

Admission Fees
An admission fee will be charged for public performances. Aside from admission fees adding value to any product created by the Carrollton Center for the Arts, admission fees are used to support the production staff, including those who work behind the scenes, in the sound/lighting booth, in the box office and who provide janitorial service after the performance. 

Everyone is Welcome
The Carrollton Center for the Arts does not discriminate against any person with respect to race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation or disability.

The Carrollton Center for the Arts is entirely accessible to persons with special needs, ensuring a pleasurable performance experience for all. Accessible seating for persons with wheelchairs and a companion is available for all shows on a first–come, first–served basis. Be sure to mention your need for wheelchair accessible seating when you purchase your ticket. For those needing ASL interpretation, please give one–week minimum notice prior to attending the performance. Guide or animal assistant therapy dogs with a designated vest are allowed in the facility, but family pets are not. For any other special needs, please contact the box office at 770–838–1083.

Acrylic pouring is the new craze in painting and it couldn’t be easier. Learn about the dirty pour or flip cup techniques, the color wheel and creating unique abstract art.

Members: $75; Non-Members: $85
Director: Faye Byrd

Learn about science through art! Participants will receive their own lab coat and goggles. Projects include making volcanoes and relief prints using leaves and flowers.

Members: $75; Non-Members: $85
Director: Meredith Woodward

Jewelry making can be more than stringing beads onto twine. Explore the world of bead and pendant making, utilizing clay and create something you can wear that is one a kind, designed by you.
Member: $75; Non-Member: $85
Director: Montana Dean

Jump into the world of guitar and music. Campers will learn the fundamentals of guitar technique, basic chord shapes, scale shapes and general guitar maintenance. In addition, campers will be introduced to the basics of music theory, how to read sheet music and writing their own tunes. We encourage campers to bring their own guitar. Campers who need to borrow a guitar for the week should contact our office.

Members: $75; Non-Members: $85
Director: Benjamin Gray

Young Chef’s Basic Pastry Camp
October 11 – 15, 2021 / 9am – 12pm / Ages: 5 – 7

Young chefs learn the basics of kitchen safety, nutrition and cooperation while exploring the delicious science of baking. Recipes are easy enough for any beginning cook and our experienced master chef will discuss food safety and ingredient choice. DONUT miss this chance to learn the art of baking! All supplies for camp are provided.
Member: $75; Non-Member: $85
Director: LaToya Gamble

Blue Heron Art Studio, Melanie Drew 770–214–2943
SE Quilt /Textile Museum, JoAnna Browning 770–301–2187
Neva Lomason Library, Rachel Linn 770-836-6711