Free Virtual Visual and Performing Art Classes by Gateway

presents Free Virtual Visual and Performing Art Classes for Adults for Fulton County Senior Citizens (55 and older) and other adult Fulton County Library Users.

Gateway Performance Productions has partnered with Fulton County to provide seniors (55 and older) and other adults who have Fulton County library cards access to Gateway's virtual visual and performing art classes with award-winning instructors Michael Hickey and Sandra Hughes. These classes stimulate mind and body growth to provide support for personal creative expression and enhanced quality of life. Classes are on the internet and take place on Zoom.

Check out these classes below!

Free Online Creative Writing Classes for Adults

  • Designed to support, stimulate and facilitate your writing process. New, emerging and established writers are all welcomed.
  • Tuesdays:   Starts July 27: 10 am  - 11 am Starts June 22:  3:30 pm  -  4:45  pm
  • 6 consecutive free Creative Writing Classes
  • Instructor: Sandra Hughes
  • To sign up click on the link below, fill out required information,  select 1 class and a time:

Free Online Visual Art/Drawing Classes for Adults 

  • Enhance the artist's eye. Train the artist's hand. Keep your brain limber.
  • New, emerging and experienced artists are all welcomed.
  • Mondays: 10 am - 11 am or 6 pm - 7 pm
  • 6 consecutive free Drawing classes
  •  Instructor: Michael Hickey
  • To sign up click on the link below, fill out required information and select 1 class and the time:

Free Online Acting Classes for Adults

  • Explore the world of acting. New, emerging and established actors as well as those curious to know more about acting are all welcomed.
  • Wednesdays at  6:30 pm  - 8 pm
  • 6 consecutive free Acting classes
  • Instructor: Sandra Hughes
  • To sign up click on the link below, fill out required information and  select 1 class:

If you have questions about the class -  email ( or call (404) 222-9262.

Gateway Performance Productions’ programming is made possible in part by support from the Fulton County Commissioners through a Community Service Project, the Georgia Council for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Fulton County Commissioners under the guidance of Fulton Arts and Culture, the City of Atlanta - Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs and individual contributors.

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