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Ceramics

Ceramic students have the opportunity to get their hands muddy while creating everyday useful objects such as mugs, bowls, serving dishes, and other vessels as well as exploring the sculptural aspects of the medium. Directed by Hana Reilly, the ceramics studio welcomes students of all backgrounds and abilities.

Dance

The Dance program, led by Director Jessica Wilson, is known for its high level of training and welcoming environment where students are encouraged to take chances and learn. The dance program places an emphasis on the classical ballet techniques, but also embraces the non-traditional student.

Music

The Music Department at the HCA exists to help people of all ages and all abilities engage in sustainable, life-long music making. Our team of passionate instructors foster excellent technical skills, broad musical knowledge, and strong ability to relate to any music with excitement, curiosity, and emotion.

Theater

The Theater Program provides a supportive and nurturing environment where students develop and use their unique talents and abilities. The Program offers a range of classes and workshops for performers at every level. Classes include acting, voice, movement, singing, dance, improv, and more.

Visual Arts

The Visual Arts program welcomes students of all ages and abilities. Led by Director Sarah Alexander, the program provides a welcoming environment where students can discover, explore, and master artistic concepts through a variety of mediums.

Private Lessons

Private lesson education is for all ages and skill levels. Our professional instructors provide individually tailored instruction for musicians, artists, actors, and dancers. Private Lessons are generally held weekly for 30, 45, or 60 minutes during the regularly scheduled sessions. Introductory lessons are available.

All the Arts

Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) offers a wide array of classes and workshops in ceramics, dance, music, theater, and the visual arts. Programs are provided year-round for students of all ages, from pre-K to adult. Our talented artist-instructors provide a welcoming environment for students at all levels, from beginners to advanced.

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Code of Conduct

What Sets Us Apart

The Hopkinton Center for the Arts is committed to fostering an environment that is free of racism, discrimination, and harassment. All individuals are treated with respect and dignity, contribute fully, and have equal opportunities. All persons working or associating with our community of The Hopkinton Center for the Arts are expected to uphold and abide by our Code of Conduct.

I feel so fortunate to have found this wonderful adult ballet program at the HCA, and the community of dancers within it. More than anything is my deepest gratitude of discovering the program under the direction of Ms. Wilson. Her teaching and expertise is of the highest caliper, equal measures warm and embracing and also challenging and technical.

 

Hopkinton Center for the Arts (HCA) offers a wide array of classes and workshops in ceramics, dance, music, theater, and the visual arts. Programs are provided year-round for students of all ages, from pre-K to adult. Our talented artist-instructors provide a welcoming environment for students at all levels, from beginners to advanced.

– Emma Katrina Bartolini

Specialty Programming

Workshops

Explore, learn, make art, and make friends! Learn from passionate working artists in ceramics, dance, music, theater, and the visual arts. Workshops are generally on a weekends or vacation weeks, and can range from one to five days. Adult workshops are designed for busy adults of all experience levels.

School Vacation Programs

School aged students spend School Vacations immersed in the arts. Full-day week-long programs are paired with one-day workshops designed for students interested in developing skills, creativity, and self expression at any ability level in Ceramics, Dance, Music, Theater and Visual Arts.

Summer Fun in the Arts

The Summer Fun in the Arts programing is for children and teens, rising grades K-12. Our artist-instructors are here not only to teach, but to help students build skills in teamwork, problem solving, and creative thinking. Students can choose from programs in Ceramics, Dance, Movie-Making, Music, Theater, and Visual Art. 

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