Registration is now open for our Summer Art Camp 2020!
Allens Lane Art Center host children (ages 5 - 13) for up to 8 weeks of an amazing camp experience. Children are welcome to attend for just one week or stay for all eight. Our campers get professional instruction in a wide variety of disciplines including painting, drawing, crafts, ceramics, voice, theater, dance, and much more. Campers also work towards creating a wonderful gallery exhibition of their work as well as produce a fantastic play each year on our main stage where family and friends are invited to watch the future stars shine. Register before February 29, 2020 and save 5% off your weekly camp fees. Additional discounts for returning campers, more than one child attending camp, active military parents and a friend referral program are also available.
WINTER Classes and Workshops
Allens Lane Art Center has a wide variety of classes and workshops in art, ceramics, theater, dance and more with convenient class times, professional teaching artists, plenty of free off-street parking and a number of wonderful introductory classes and workshops for those just starting out.
- Hand and Wheel
- Creative Handbuilding & Tilemaking
- NEW - Kidz-Clay Saturday Workshops (ages 6-12)
- NEW - Teen & Adult Intro to Pottery
- Fun with Clay I & II (ages 5-14)
- Open Studio Access
- RAKU Workshops (monthly)
- NEW DATES - Friday Night Clay Dates (BYOB)
- NEW - Ceramics for Seniors
- Staging Silverstein (ages 6-10)
- Improv. & Scene Study (ages 10-17)
- Let's Make A Movie Workshop (March 2020 - ages 10+)
- Figure Model Drawing (live model)
- NEW - Abstracting the Still-Life
- NEW - Abstracting the Figure
- American Tribal Style Dance
- Nia Dance Technique
- Appalachian Clogging
- Swing and Blues Dance
- Tap for Adults
- Core Fusion / Ballet & Modern Dance Mat & Barre
The Carolyn and Howard Alber Gallery presents:
Sara Allen Prigodich
Feb. 10 - Mar. 13, 2020
Gallery Hours: M-F, 10am - 5pm and by appointment
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Help Support Allens Lane Art Center by making a donation. It's easy to do and we'll make sure your support goes a long way! - THANK YOU!
Written by Jane Martin
Directed by Scott R. Grumling & T. Patrick Ryan
Mar. 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 15, 20, 21, 22
Showtimes: Fri. & Sat. 8pm, Sun. 2pm
Runtime: 1hr 10min / no intermission
Our theater is set up with tables and chairs. We open our doors 40 minutes prior to curtain and encourage ticket holders to bring a picnic-dinner (+BYOB) to enjoy the show.
Opening Night: Guests are invited to attend a special opening night reception immediately after the performance where you will get a chance to meet and mingle with the cast and crew. - FREE
Du, a right-to-life activist, and Keely, a pregnant rape victim, transcend their circumstances and the ideological issues that separate them. A Pulitzer Prize finalist for Drama, Keely and Du is a mind-probing issue play with a gripping human face. Who is accountable? What is the extent of individual freedom? What are a rape victim’s rights? What are a Christian’s realities of procreation? The passionate and gripping story of these two women exists on the extreme edge of everyday reality.
Pro-Life? Pro-Choice? Are you sure?
NOTICE: “Keely and Du contains adult themes, content and language and is not intended for audiences under 18. Please contact us if you have any questions about this shows content. “
Allens Lane Art Center has a brand new birthday party program for children and young teens!
Let our expert Birthday Party Directors, Claire Drake and Janice Strawder, take care of entertaining your children with a variety of fun and interactive themed parties like Music Parties, Themed Parties, Theater Parties, Ceramic Parties and more!
After your party, let your kids run off some extra steam in our playground. It's sure to be a big hit with all your guests!
Are you interested in supporting the arts, giving back to your community and helping others achieve their dreams?
Allens Lane Art Center welcomes submissions from its new online board member application form. Learn about the different types of people that the Center is looking for and what being on the Board of Directors entails.
The Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation has selected Allens Lane Art Center as the winner of the 2019 George Bartol Arts Education Award to honor their Vision Thru Art program which provides sculpture classes for blind and low vision adults. The Award is given to an organization that provides sustained, meaningful participation in the arts; that demonstrates an active engagement in the lives of its students and community; and that maintains high artistic standards for its faculty and students.
After you take a look at the video above, please consider helping us by joining our Friends Circle to help support this amazing program. Vision Thru Art is a weekly sculpture class for blind and visually-impaired artists that has called Allens Lane Art Center home for over 35 years. This 33 week series of classes hosts up to 40 artists (mostly seniors) and is completely free. Help us to ensure that Vision Thru Art keeps going for another 30 years and more. – THANK YOU!