Classes and Workshops

Perkins Center for the Arts is privileged to offer an incredible faculty of teaching artists who lead classes for all levels and interests from ages 3 - 103 at our locations in Collingswood and Moorestown!  
Two people loading the wood kiln at appel farm Parents and Children handbuilding with clay in the pottery
studio adult making a bowl on the potters wheel two girls making sculptures in studio adults painting at easels

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Spring Registration opens MARCH 3RD!
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Perkins Center for the Arts will occasionally document classes, workshops and student work. Upon registration, students give permission to Perkins Center to publish these photographs for promotional purposes only. If you do not want yourself or your child photographed, please notify the Center in writing.
 

Information for NJ Teachers

Perkins Center for the Arts is an educational resource for NJ State Certified Teachers!

Perkins Center for the Arts can serve as a Professional Development Provider for State certified teachers. Teachers can earn professional development hours by participating in any course, music lesson or workshop offered by the Center.

In order to qualify for professional development hours, teachers need to request a Professional Development Documentation form from Perkins at the time of registration. A completed form will be provided to teachers at the end of the course, teachers then need to contact their contact for professional development in order to complete the process.

In-service Programs

Perkins Center for the Arts also serves teachers and schools by facilitating Teacher-In-Service programs for area schools. Most recently, Perkins Center for the Arts has provided In-Service programs for the Medford Township Public School District music teachers and for the Mount Laurel Public School District visual art teachers. The in-service program is designed based on the needs of the school planning the service.

Winnie Radolan teaching papermaking at an in-service for Mount Laurel teachers

Winnie Radolan teaching papermaking at an in-service for Mount Laurel teachers