CULTIVATE – an environment for life-long learning with a focus on the arts and history.
The Plaza Arts Center hosts a variety of artistic activities for all ages and interests including art classes and camps, music instruction, theater performances and productions, and an annual photography show. These activities are offered at various times throughout the year.
The Old School History Museum
The Old School History Museum is housed in four classrooms of the original 1916 Eatonton School, now the home of The Plaza Arts Center. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated. Hours of Operation: (Closed on Holidays)
Monday – Thursday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM (Self-Guided Tours)
Friday 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Docent Lead Tours)
Saturday 10:00 – 4:00 (Docent Lead Tours)
Sunday (By Appointment Only and reservations must be made at least 24 hours in advance)
Click here to learn more about the Old School History Museum
The Plaza Alliance for the Performing Arts (PAPA)
The Putnam Alliance for the Performing Arts, the local community theater company, offers performance opportunities for local talent.
Click here to learn more about the Plaza Alliance for the Performing Arts
The Plaza Community Center
The Plaza Community Center offers classes and activities to light even the smallest artistic spark. The Plaza Community Center building is directly behind the Plaza at 100 Ulysses Rice Court., located directly off Church Street just past the library parking lot entrance. The After School Arts Program, Video Course, and Summer Camps take place at the Community Center. Space is also open for event rentals and guest teachers.
Click here to learn more about Classes and Camps at the Plaza Community Center
Kazanetti String Quartet
Formed in Atlanta in 1996, the Kazanetti String Quartet was appointed in 2008 as The Plaza Arts Center’s Artists-in-Residence. This award-winning group has distinguished itself across the country through its diverse programming and its commitment to excellence. Kazanetti has been honored with a Chamber Music America Rural Residency Grant in 2002. Concurrent with that grant, Kazanetti toured the Great American West – performing in colleges, schools, festivals and concert halls in Kansas and Colorado. The quartet has been invited to study and perform at the annual Kent Music Festival sponsored by the Manhattan String Quartet, and in 2003, Kazanetti was the opening act at the nationally renowned Silverton Folk Festival.
For more information about the Kazanetti String Quartet, please visit them online at www.Kazanetti.com