Arts After School Program

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The Hendersonville Arts Council hosts a nine-month Arts After School program for Sumner County students, September - May.

Sumner County students can enhance their art education with the Hendersonville Arts Council’s Arts After School program.

The nine-month program runs September – May and follows Sumner County public school calendars. Designed for ages 6 – 15, students attend once a week to learn basics in color theory, drawing, painting, clay, sculpture and printmaking. Sessions are from 4:30 – 6 p.m. on Mondays (grades 4 – 6; currently full, but your child can be put on a waiting list), Wednesdays (grades 7 – 9) and Thursdays (grades 1 – 3). Kindergartners can take a trial class on Thursdays to see if they are capable to participate.

Cost per month is $45 per student, or get a discounted rate of $385 if you pay for the entire nine months up front.

The Arts Council also offers a Tuesday class September – December on developing animation characters with anime/cosplay/manga concentration. In addition, home-school students can take music and art classes on Wednesdays during the traditional school year.

The Hendersonville Arts Council’s located at 1017 Antebellum Cir. For more info or to register, call 615-822-0789 or visit

Chad Young is the managing editor and arts/entertainment editor for this publication.

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