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Paint Creek for the Arts' 2019 Fall Term Art Education

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August 12, 2019
Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA) invites you to take an art class with us! Join us for art making and community gathering for our 2019 Fall Term. PCCA’s 2019 Fall Term offers art classes in a wide variety of art mediums for students of all ages.

ROCHESTER, Mich., August, 2019 --

Paint Creek Center for the Arts open registration for their 2019 Fall Term begins August 12. Located minutes from Main Street in Downtown Rochester, their location is ideal for anyone wanting to engage in the arts! Their Fall Term classes will begin September 16 and will end November 16, 2019. You can view all classes and register online here:

A few quotes from our community here at Paint Creek Center for the Arts: “Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA) is incredibly excited to open the 2019 Fall Term. This term we are welcoming our newest faculty members: Laurie Longtin, MFA from Cranbrook, Martin Skalski, retired professor of Industrial Design, The Pratt Institute, and Kendra Riley, BFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. We are also introducing PCCA Art Night Out! On selected Fridays throughout the term adult students can sign up for a workshop and bring along their kiddos for their own separate workshop to include a project, pizza party and games, no need to find a babysitter. I'm looking forward to a full term of classes and activities.” - Nafeesah Symonette, Paint Creek Center for the Arts’ Manager of Art Education
“I look forward to fall art classes at Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA). It's a place where I am inspired to create and learn with a group of supportive artists of all levels. My instructor is a successful professional artist who brings experience and a broad background in art from his college degree to help us improve our skills and increase our depth of understanding of the art world.” - Sigrid Grace, Vested Student at Paint Creek Center
“I am excited to teach the fall term because the students come back from the summer refreshed and ready to dive into their art practice again. There’s an energy and drive for learning that gives me a real boost to teach the students. I look forward to reconnecting with former students and meeting new ones. I would love to invite everyone to check-out all the classes offered at PCCA, especially a few I’m teaching this fall: Intermediate and Advanced Figure Drawing and Painting on Mondays 9 am -12, Advanced High School Studio Wednesdays 4-6 pm, High School Drawing Thursdays 4-6 pm, Clay Jewelry 6:30-9:30 pm, Adult Beginning Drawing Saturdays 9-12, and Figure Drawing and Painting Saturdays 3:30-6:30.” – Mary Dudek, BFA, Paint Creek Center for the Arts Faculty
Pictured above: 
Faculty member, Mary Dudek, instructing students in advance HS Studio class.   

Pictured above: Nafeesah Symonette, 
Paint Creek Center for the Arts' Manager of Art Education.

Pictured above: PCCA students enjoying community at their Hand Building & Wheel Throwing class. 
Paint Creek Center for the Arts (PCCA) is supported by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment
Paint Creek Center for the Arts’ mission is to celebrate and support creativity in our community by providing opportunities for all to learn, create, experience, and appreciate the arts. PCCA is open Monday through Thursday, 9am - 7pm, Friday 9am – 5pm, and Saturday, 9am to 4pm. PCCA is located at 407 Pine Street in downtown Rochester at the intersection of Pine and Fourth Streets. For information on exhibits, classes, the Art & Apples Festival®, special events or volunteer opportunities, call 248-651-4110 or visit

 Faculty member, Mary Dudek, instructing students in advance HS Studio class.
Shelby Gansler, Communication, Membership and Volunteer Coordinator
(248) 651-4110

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