Students of Lifelong Learning’s continuing education art classes are displaying their work this spring at Art League Academy in a collaboration showcasing the innate talent of the Lowcountry and the incredible impact of continuing art education.
Artists of the Lowcountry will be on display for one week only, March 27-April 2. “It’s never too late to explore your creativity and pick up a paintbrush or drawing pencil. The wonderful work on display during this exhibit is proof that there’s an artist inside anyone who is willing to put in the time,” says Amy Wehrman, Art League Academy manager.
There will be an Artists Reception on Friday, April 1, 5-7pm. Attendees will be asked to cast their vote for People’s Choice.
Lifelong Learning is a non-profit offering continuing education for mature adults. Its teacher volunteers hold over two dozen classes during two semesters every year. Class subjects include history, philosophy, art, gardening, architecture, and more. Students can attend an unlimited number of classes each semester for a low flat fee.
Art League Academy offers art classes, demos and workshops taught by professional art educators in all media and for all skill levels, including true beginners.