All of our classes are taught by community artists and are offered at competitive prices. We offer private lessons, classes and workshops. Our list of current classes and upcoming showcases are listed below.
Be sure to check back here often as classes and events are continuously added. If you are interested in teaching a class, contact us and we’ll help you get your class off the ground!
For more information on any class listed below, be sure to check the description first for instructor contact information, as they handle all class details including scheduling, pricing, and supply lists.
The Cultural Center team DOES NOT handle registration for classes.
Piedmont Wood Carvers Show & Sale
Saturday, October 2, 2021
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Join the Piedmont Wood Carvers Club as they show off and sell their beautiful carvings! The event will feature other craft vendors, food trucks, and live music. For more information, please contact the PWCC at 864.716.0046 or 864.617.9237.
Soap Carving Class
First Saturdays of each month, 2021
10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
$5 | Call 864.716.0046 to Register
The Piedmont Wood Carvers Club is offering Soap Carving Classes for ages 5 years and up (must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). The class will be 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. on the first Saturday of each month starting June 2021 at the Mauldin Cultural Center. The cost is $5 for supplies.
Interested students must pre-register and pay. To sign up, contact Gay Greer at (864) 716-0046.
Details | Gay Greer | p. 864.716.0046
Mauldin City Singers Community Choir
Rehearsals begin Thursday, September 9
7:00 – 8:30 p.m.
$25/year | Register
Pam Mayfield, retired choral music teacher from Mauldin High School, is beginning a community choir open to everyone age 16 and up. All genres of music will be explored through this group, including classics, sacred, gospel, folk, pop, showtunes, and more. Mauldin City Singers will perform two concerts each year, one at Christmas and one in the spring. Pam invites anyone interested to sign up!
Participants are required to purchase a choir-specific mask to allow for a safe singing environment.
Looking to try your hand at graphite, ink, acrylic, oils, pastel, or watercolor? Join one of The Art Haven’s classes. They offer classes for children (grades 1-5), teens and adults that can be customized to fit your schedule. Each class will focus on a different medium and technique based on various styles of art. The class sizes are small, with interactive instruction that provides individual attention to each student. Whether you are a novice or an advanced artist, The Art Haven will create an environment in which you can grow in your creativity and artistic pursuits. The Art Haven is a family-owned business providing experienced art classes for the Greater Greenville community since 1996. Owners Susan Wilson and daughter Michelle Hyer have a wealth of expertise and a true passion for the arts.
Get creative with The Art Haven’s pottery lessons. They offer classes for children (grades 1-5), teens and adults that can be customized to fit your schedule. The class sizes are small, with interactive instruction that provides individual attention to each student. Whether you are a novice or an advanced artist, The Art Haven will create an environment in which you can grow in your creativity and artistic pursuits. The Art Haven is a family-owned business providing experienced art classes for the Greater Greenville community since 1996. Owners Susan Wilson and daughter Michelle Hyer have a wealth of expertise and a true passion for the arts.
$30/Session per student | Register
Regular theater classes taught by Tim St. Clair, II will start in January, 2021 every Thursday at 4:00 p.m. Acting, singing, dancing… we will be covering it all! For middle school through adult ages. Email [email protected] to enroll! Space is limited.
Tim started the Mauldin Youth Theatre program in 2017 and has been directing sold-out shows at the Cultural Center ever since. He has worked in local theatres across the Upstate since 2010. Tim has also put the spotlight on Upstate artists on his YouTube channel with Upstate Sings!, a group dedicated to bringing performers together with digital musical performances.
Tim St. Clair, II | [email protected] | p. 864.404.3290
Year-round, hours vary
Taught by Brandon Dyke, the Mauldin Cultural Center hosts a wide-range of classes, including guitar ensemble, rock improvising, and music theory. You can also bring a friend or family member and take paired guitar lessons, which continue to offer more individualized attention than a larger class would, but can add extra fun and motivation as you learn along with someone else. Brandon offers both group and private lessons.
Weekly carve-in | Wednesdays, year-round | 2:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Monthly Members Business Meeting | 3rd Saturday
The Piedmont Wood Carvers Club hosts a carve-in every Wednesday evening, 2 – 8 p.m. This unstructured carving session does not require a membership. They also host a monthly Members Business Meeting on the 3rd Saturday of each month from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Throughout the year, they host workshops and special classes ranging from intaglio relief to pyrography. Stay tuned to their schedule for upcoming workshops.