Artist Residencies & Master Classes


Community members have an opportunity to connect and interact with professional artists visiting the Carver Community Cultural Center. Whether a lecture-demonstration, in-school visit, panel discussion or workshop, these outreach activities deepen the relationship between the artist and the community and allow for opportunities for each to grow and learn from the other.

Dates and times are subject to change.

Please contact the Education Coordinator at (210) 207-2719 for schedule and reservations.

Master Classes


October 28, 2017, 10 AM, $10

Lead by Alvin Ailey veterans Toni Pierce-Sands and Uri Sands, TU Dance combines modern dance, classical ballet, African based and urban vernacular movements in inventive and unpredictable ways to provide opportunities for audiences, whoever they are, to experience the connective power of dance.

Open to intermediate and advanced students, age 10+


Junebug Productions

February 5 – 10, 2018

The organizational successor to the Free Southern Theater, the mission of Junebug Productions is to create and support artistic works that question and confront inequitable conditions that have historically impacted the African American community.  Artists from Junebug Productions will lead community workshops and story circles to create deep and meaningful interactions amongst community members.