The Dougherty School of the Arts is a haven for those looking to explore their creative side. With a wide range of classes available, from engraving and painting to drawing, ceramics, metals and jewelry, book arts, fiber and fabric arts, darkroom photography, digital art and sculpture, there is something for everyone. Central Texas College is accredited by the Universities Commission of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees and certificates of completion. The Fine Arts department offers courses required in undergraduate and certification programs as well as self-improvement courses.
The specialized space includes indoor and outdoor study work areas, a state-of-the-art conference room with multimedia capabilities, a new computer graphics laboratory, a piano keyboard laboratory, a musical rehearsal room, piano practice rooms and an auditorium with lighting and sound systems for theatrical production and two concert grand pianos. Round Rock Arts and its partners provide locals with plenty of artistic opportunities. From painting to printmaking, installation art to ceramics, mixed media to digital arts, fine art to photography, sculpture and more - there is something for everyone. Early registration is recommended to ensure that classes meet their minimum enrollment and to have the best chance of securing a space before the class is full.
The supply lists are included in the class descriptions and will be emailed along with the registration receipt. Entries can be submitted online, by phone at 512-974-4040 or in person at the Dougherty Arts Center reception. This exhibition presents works of art donated by local artists with the intention of selling beautiful unique pieces and using all proceeds to support Round Rock Arts' mission of “creating, supporting and promoting an inclusive community where lives are transformed and enriched through shared artistic experience.” Central Texas College provides accessible quality educational opportunities that support a diverse student population and promote student success, completion, and employability. If you have any questions about Central Texas College accreditation contact the University Commission at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500.