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Fall Programs at First City Art Center

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First City Art Center (FCAC) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit art center in Pensacola, FL engaging the community through a broad range of workshops, classes, studio spaces, gallery exhibits, fundraising events, summer camp, youth art program, outreach programs, and field trips. FCAC provides a variety of opportunities for people to interact with art. We offer classes and workshops in glass blowing, glass bead making, stained glass, sculpture, pottery on the wheel, hand-built pottery, drawing, painting, and various other mediums.

FCAC cultivates a creative culture, inviting people of all backgrounds, ages, and skill levels to explore, participate and experiment with art. We encourage a cooperative environment that nurtures the artist and the observer while building a community around the arts that provides open dialogue, camaraderie, public service, education, fellowship, and mentorship programs. FCAC serves approximately 10,000 adults and children each year. First City Art Center is an active, dynamic, and exciting resource for the community.

FCAC has opened up its Fall Youth Programs and is taking registrations now. You can view the different programs offered and sign up today by visiting their website here.

You can find classes most days of the week with a wide variety of mediums and experience levels. Classes include:

2D-3D Art

Sculpture

Art Lab

Drawing

Mixed Media

& More!

Art classes are a great way for children to express their creativity and individuality. These fall programs open up lots of opportunities to keep students busy during the week. Outside of their upcoming programming, FCAC puts on regular community events like their annual glass Pumpkin Sale and Hot Glass Cold Brew Night. Find these events and more here! 

Contact information:

1060 N. Guillemard St. Pensacola, FL 32501
850.429.1222
info@firstcityart.org

Happy creating!

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Makenna Curtis is a Pensacola local with a BIG heart for her hometown. Motherhood, storytelling, helping others, and celebrating the small things in life are just a few of her favorite things. Makenna graduated the University of West Florida with a degree in Communications and Advertising in 2017. Her passion for living life to the fullest and connecting with others makes having a conversation or reading her work easy!