Project Create’s Spring Semester 2022

By Editorial Team on January 31, 2022

Enroll Now for Spring Semester 2022

Project Create is excited to offer our Spring 2022 classes this year starting on February 28th.

Our multidisciplinary schedule has class options for children and youth from ages 5 through 24. Classes feature visual art, improv, expressive arts, family art therapy, music production, and a few new classes.

Project Create welcomes children & youth of any level of artistic skill. Browse through our class offerings to find the one that best suits you or your child(ren)!


February 28th – May 13th

*No classes will be held from April 11th to April 15th for Spring Break.

As always, our programs are FREE and open to the public. Click on the button below to register today. Space is limited.

All Spring 2022 classes will be held at the Project Create Arts Center in Anacostia, unless otherwise specified.

Project Create will be taking necessary COVID precautions to ensure the safety of our students and staff. Due to distancing requirements, spots are very limited.

Families are required to participate in a virtual orientation where we will share details about our class schedule, policies, procedures, and answer questions you may have! When registering, you will select the time you plan on attending the Virtual Family Orientation on Wednesday, February 23.

Questions? Reach out to us at and someone from our team will get back to you.

Featured Classes

MusicianShip After School Choral Program
Ages 9 – 12
The MusicianShip Choral Program at Project Create is an after-school ensemble for students who are interested in having fun while learning about vocal music. Students will have to opportunity to engage in unique arts-based activities and learn from singer, songwriter, certified vocal coach and producer Allison Balanc. Students will leave the program having gained knowledge in music theory, music history, basics of vocal health, technique, and performance.

Playback Theater: Calling Performance Artists, Storytellers, and Actors
Ages 18 – 24
This 10-week course will introduce participants to life as a professional performing artist. We will learn storytelling techniques and create a youth theater troupe (ages 18 to 24 years). We will train and prepare for local performances with live audiences. If you want to gain more confidence in performing in front of an audience and want to learn about the process of becoming a professional performing artist, this class is for you! And, as a professional artist, you will be paid for performances.

HeART Space Family Art Therapy Program
Ages 6-12 with adult caregivers
Are you feeling disconnected as a family? Are you and your children feeling the stresses of the past year? Join Project Create for Heart Space, a family art therapy group where families can strengthen their relationships and have fun together through in-person art-making with Project Create Art Therapist Melissa Muttiah. This program is for families with elementary school-aged children (ages 6-12). During weekly 2-hour sessions, you and your family will learn and use new art techniques to increase emotional wellness, decrease anxiety, and build resilience while connecting with each other. In addition to the group sessions, families will have the opportunity to participate in two one-on-one sessions with our art therapist to work towards your individual family goals. (Dinner Included)

I Am Soul Xpressions: African Dance & Drumming
Ages 8 – 10
Soul Xpressions focuses on educating and empowering youth to discover, develop and display their gifts and use their potential to become well-rounded and successful citizens. Soul Xpressions works with 3rd and 5th graders in fun, immersive activities that guide them to learn and embrace talents and skills that will empower and encourage them; build self-esteem, self-worth, and self-fulfillment. Soul Xpressions accomplishes this by engaging children in arts sessions grounded in Black history. Young artists are exposed to the history of African Americans through sessions that explain their accomplishments and ongoing perseverance. Young people learn how people of African heritage have risen from strife, fought for justice, and changed this country and the world.