WELCOME TO WOODLAWN ARTS ACADEMY
Where the Arts are for Everyone!
To provide quality artistic opportunities to the Sauk Valley Community.
To be the recognized leader in art opportunities by becoming entwined in the fabric of the community through helping people develop, promote, and share their artistic talents.
- Allow our customers to define quality in our services and programs
- Remain a self-sustaining, financially sound entity
- The premier resource for artistic opportunities
- Speak of the arts and think Woodlawn
What We Offer
Woodlawn Arts Academy is the premiere arts academy in the Sauk Valley area. We offer daytime and evening instruction to all ages in all disciplines of the arts, including Visual Arts, Music, Dance, Theatre, Domestic Arts, Culinary Arts, Healing Arts and Literary Arts. The Academy is proud to be supported as an agency of the United Way of Whiteside County.Is there another art that interests you? Contact our Program Coordinator and put in your request. We will do our best to accommodate you!
Artist CollectiveAre you an artist, musician, dancer, actor, chef or any other kind of artist looking for work and/or networking? Be a part of the Academy's new Artist Collective! Click the logo below for details.
Woodlawn Arts Academy
3807 Woodlawn Road
Sterling, IL 61081
Fax: (815) 626-2491
Executive Director Christy Zepezauer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Program Coordinator Becky Rich: email@example.com
For rental information, Office Manager Dale Boston: firstname.lastname@example.org
For general inquiries: email@example.com
Closed Saturdays & Sundays
Only 2 Tickets Left For "Lion King" Trip
Only two tickets remain for the December 19th "Lion King" bus trip to Chicago. Call (815) 626-4278 or visit the Academy during regular business hours to grab the last two seats!
Woodlawn Arts Academy’s Book Club returns on September 23rd with the romantic novel “Me Before You” by Jojo Moyes. The Book Club is for ages 18 and up and meets one Wednesday a month (generally the fourth Wednesday) at Woodlawn Arts Academy from noon to 1pm. Books are provided via library loan when possible. Participants can pick up a copy of the current book in the Academy main office. Tuition is $5 for those attending the Book Club meeting and can be paid in advance or the day of the gathering. The October 28th Book Club will discuss “Crossing to Safety,” a semi-autobiographical novel by Wallace Stegner. For questions, call the Academy at (815) 626-4278.
How To Apply
Woodlawn Arts Academy is committed to serving all members of the community. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify. Applying is simple! Fill out an application and return it, along with the required paperwork, to the Academy office. Be sure to apply early to ensure funding is in place before the start of the session. You'll never know if you qualify if you don't apply! Financial assistance is offered thanks to United Way and other generous sponsors through contributions to Woodlawn Arts Academy.