TAMPA — When the Carrollwood Cultural Center announced “several” new classes for this fall, they weren’t kidding.
The center is offering 17 new classes in its fall program, which runs from Sept. 15 through Oct. 25.
There will be an open house Sept. 3 from 6:30-8 p.m. for all of the new classes, which include:
Voice For Beginners
Italian For Travelers
Workshop: Maximum Living Makeover
Yoga For Two: Parents and Baby
Junior Jewelry Maker
LEGO Building and Programming
Troubleshooting Your Computer
Computers Made Easy
Portrait Painting With Help
The Carrollwood Cultural Center is also looking for artists for its Naturescape: Visions of Landscapes and Wildlife exhibit that will run through September and October.
The Naturescape exhibit will feature paintings, photography, draw- ings, printmaking, sculpture and ceramics of landscapes and wildlife. Prizes will be given to the top three finishers.
The art will be judged by an esteemed art critic and must be submitted to the Carrollwood Cultural Center before Aug. 29. Artists may submit three items at $15 each.