Artz'N Park Festival

What is it?

Southern Arc Dance sponsors Artz'N Park an annual Dance, Music and Art Festival, celebrating diversity in all aspects of the Arts. Bringing together an exciting experience for performers and Audience of all ages.

Every first Saturday in May

 51 Greenville St, Newnan, GA 30263


Site Specific Installations

Site Specific Installations

Site Specific Installations


Site Specific Dance are free to the public performances, it occurs outside of the conventional theater space, challenging dancers to be invigorated by the surroundings or mood of the environment, bringing professional dancers and students to collaborate.  

Lecture Demonstrations

Site Specific Installations

Site Specific Installations


Lecture Demonstration is an informal introduction to the art of dance, giving young dancers the opportunity to perform and educate a new audience.

To schedual  call or email  us 




Tuesday ... 10:00 - 11:00 am 

information call 770-683-3724

(donation $5.00)

In Class participants are empowered to explore movement and music in ways that are refreshing, enjoyable, stimulating and creative.  

Classes are based on the dance for PD program developed by the Mark Morris Dance Group in New York.  The Class is an aesthetic experience that uses the elements of narrative, imagery, music and community to develop artistry and grace while addressing such PD-specific concerns as balance, flexibility, coordination, isolation, and depression. Care partners are encouraged to participate at no charge.


Dance Without Limits

Dance for special needs Children

This class lets the aspiring dancer find their creative self and motivates self esteem 

Dance Without Limits is a way for us to reach out to another segment of the community. The class is designed for students with Down Syndrome, Autism and other developmental challenges.

This program is a great way for children with special needs to get involved in an extracurricular activity while improving motor skills, confidence, and socialization. Dance is a unique and effective way to reach students with special needs because it is nonverbal. Dance can help students gain balance between the two halves of the body, allow them to express emotion, gain muscle control and work through traumas. In dance, they interact socially through parallel interaction, which is typically less overwhelming on sensitive nervous systems. Through the use of simple patterns, sequencing, and repetition, students will learn the basics of movement, rhythm, the fundamentals of ballet (such as the basic 5 positions), as well as reinforcing and practicing basic academic skills (letters, numbers, shapes, etc).

MONDAY        5:00 - 6:00 pm FREE   

Please call to register  770-683-3724