The Cyprian Center offers and supports programs in visual, lively and expressive arts to enhance personal and community spirit.
The Cyprian Center for Expressive Arts is a non-profit organization that endeavors to bring art, music and enrichment to children and adults in St. Augustine and St. Johns County with a special focus on those that may not otherwise have access.
We partner with various charitable entities in St. Augustine and St. Johns County to offer instruction at both their locations and ours. Some of our current and past partners include: the American Legion Post 194, St. Johns County Homeless Coalition, The Betty Griffin House Abuse Shelter, Richard Willich Kids Bridge Visitation Center, Solomon Calhoun Community Center, St. Johns Cultural Council and the Sisters of St. Joseph.
Our programs feature seasonal Film Festivals, lectures, musical performances, art shows and a variety of classes including painting, mosaics, stained glass, jewelry making, piano, guitar, photography and yoga.
The Cyprian Center For Expressive Arts originated as a community outreach program of St. Cyprian’s Episcopal Church, funded by a generous grant from the Kresge Foundation. Although the Cyprian Center was started by members of St. Cyprian’s, the vision is for the Center to be a place where people of all backgrounds and faiths are welcomed and encouraged to participate in its programs. The Cyprian Center classes, events and activities are intended to enrich the lives of the people of Lincolnville, St. Augustine and St. Johns County, to promote cooperation and understanding toward common community goals, and to foster creativity, vitality and beauty in everyone.
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