The Johns Creek Arts Center is a non-profit organization that serves North Fulton and the surrounding communities, inspiring and supporting artists of all ages to explore and enjoy their creativity and art.
Founded in 1996 the facility boasts an outstanding clay studio, a wide variety of visual media, and a cutting-edge digital arts lab. Throughout the year the center offers more than 100 classes and workshops, an extensive outreach program and is host to an outstanding summer art camp for grades K-12 all of which are taught by professional, award-winning artists.
On February’s calendar you will find two stunning virtual exhibitions; Perspective: 2020 a curated exhibit of artwork created in the last year and Sistagraphy Collective: Georgia On Our Minds a collection of works created by the Atlanta-based group of female photographers of African-American descent.
2021 marks the year of the Ox! A community family fun day is a celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year, register online then drive up on Saturday, February 13 to receive an activity bag and wishes for a happy and healthy new year.
Winter classes will be in session through March 6th. Friday nights this winter are dedicated to teens with some very impressive teen drawing and painting classes, as well as teen pottery in our clay studio. New teachers include published author and illustrator Alan Hawley and SCAD instructor Julia Berman Brendel.
Johns Creek Arts Center
6290 Abbotts Bridge Rd./Ste 700
To celebrate their 25th anniversary year the JCAC has some wonderful events planned monthly. Visit their website at JohnsCreekArts.org and follow them on Facebook and Instagram to stay in the know.