ATAC Halloween Bash
October 21 at 7 PM

The ATAC Halloween Bash is a LIVE MUSIC event hosted by the Allen Teen Arts Council.
Sign up to sing or play! Microphones and PA system provided


Entrance is free, and costumes are optional.

Sign-up to perform:  https://allenteenarts.wixsite.com/atac

Fluid Painting: Intermediate Level Workshop
October 22, at 2 PM

Ready to take flow painting to the next level? Professional instructions by Christine Smith-Atkins, and hands on experience.

Fee is $45 and includes: primary color paint (red, blue, yellow, black and white), metallic (gold and silver), additives and all materials needed incl. a 16 x 20 canvas. Paintings require 1 full day dry time, and can be picked up during gallery hours.

Sign-up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fluid-painting-intermediate-level-workshop-tickets-38438238807


Meeting the 3rd Wednesday every month from 7:30 to 8:30 pm.

VALA was created to promote our vital and vibrant artistic community, and will serve as a conduit for creative synergy between our talented local artists, businesses and patrons of the arts in order to energize and support the arts in our area. It consists of a great and talented pool of local artists working in all disciplines of the Visual Arts.

Go to VALA's website

Meet every other  Sunday from 3 pm to 4:30 pm
Bashes:  Saturdays, Sept. 23rd & Oct. 21st, – from 7 pm to 9 pm

The Allen Teen Arts Council (ATAC) is a group of local teen artists/poets/musicians who are passionate about the arts (visual arts, music, theater, dance, literature, film). The ATAC group is organizing events, bashes, and other projects to promote the talented local young artists. All teens are welcome!

Go to ATAC's website

Rehearsing every Monday evening from 7 pm to 10 pm.

The Note-Ably North Texas Chorus (NNTC) is an all-female a cappella chorus. They sing four-part harmony, barbershop style, plus are members of Sweet Adelines International Region 25.  NNTC is always looking for new ladies who love to sing, and visitors are welcome at their rehearsals.

Go to NNTC's website