ABOUT: The Sonoma Community Center is proud to offer robust Youth, Teen and Family programming. We believe everyone deserves to participate in and appreciate diverse arts programming. Our professional art studios allow young artists to dive deep into ceramics, print making, dance and movement, theatre, and fiber arts.  We offer something for everyone and work to fill the arts needs in our community with our after-school arts classes, in-school arts integrated programming,  summer camps, private parties, and Queer focused events and classes.


Summer Camps

Our summer camps are designed to keep your child safe, engaged and exploring through the arts. We offer a variety of innovative camps for young artists ages 6-17 in theatre arts, clay, fine art, fiber and sewing, self expression and movie making. We believe summer is a time for explorations and fun! Our professional instructors and studios are designed to give students a meaningful insight into various art forms by tying in diverse cultural and traditional techniques and sustainability concepts.

Private classes, birthday parties and field trips

Looking for hands on fun for your birthday party or pod class? We offer various options for your private party!

Arts Centered Outreach

Are you planning a community event at your school, neighborhood or plaza? We can come to you with our portable Arts at the Market set up and our pedal powered pottery wheel created in partnership with Operation Bicycle. Our hands on clay and art activities for all ages will surely be a hit!

In-School Arts Integrated Curriculum

The Community Center’s professional teaching artists will come to your classroom and guide students through art-based projects tailored to your curriculum. Adaptable for all grade levels.

Becoming an Artist | 1st-3rd grade | (6) 1 hour  sessions | virtual or in-person In 6 – 1 hour  sessions, students will learn how to use lines to create movement; make patterns to emphasize textures; understand the relationship between color and emotions; and transform unlikely materials into a culminating art piece that utilizes all four learned themes. Teaching artists will use games and curriculum integration such as math and language comprehension to solidify understanding. Students will learn new vocabulary to create, verbalize and analyze the material and their own artistic ideas while collaborating in conversations.


Equity and access is a high priority for the Sonoma Community Center which is why our classes are offered at a sliding scale. If the sliding scale doesn’t meet you and your families need we also provide easy to fill out  scholarship forms.