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Introducing Creative heARTs, the newest arts program at Wilson Arts, designed to inspire and empower individuals with disabilities through fun and engaging art. With a focus on building self-confidence, refining fine motor skills, and improving social skills, Creative heARTs is the perfect place for individuals with disabilities to explore their creativity and express themselves through art. Join us and become a part of our inclusive arts community, where everyone is welcome to develop their skills and showcase their talents!

Supported by the Martha Cheatham Hunter & Dr. William C. Hunter Family Foundation Fund.



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December Creative heARTS Kids
Saturday, December 2 | 2:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Instructor: Josie Mauzé
Cost: $10

Join us after the Wilson Christmas Parade for fun winter crafts including cardmaking, wreaths, and ornaments.


December Creative heARTs 
Tuesday, December 5 | 7:00-8:30 p.m.
Instructor: Maureen O'Neill
Cost: $10

Instructor Maureen O’Neill will offer a mixed media experience, focusing on a combination of drawing and collage. Students will be encouraged and guided through the process of using both collage elements with drawing, mark-making, and writing. The activity is designed for all levels.


As part of our planning, Wilson Arts is conducting a survey to assess and better understand the needs of people with disabilities in our community. Please take a moment to complete our brief survey. Community input is very important to our planning process and we thank you for your time! If you are filling out this survey on behalf of an individual with special accommodation needs, please answer the questions to the best of your knowledge.