© 2017 all rights reserved. wattstowers.org 

EDUCATION AT THE WTACC

Watts Towers

This year-round course offers an introduction to piano for young people and adults, although all levels of experience are welcome...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

The Jazz Mentorship Program (JMP), now in it's 24th year, teams professional master musicians with young people interested in this original form of American music and presents...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

In the spring of 2009, our community garden was started in our unfinished parking lot. Students ages 6-12 came once a week to plant herbs, spices, vegetables and flowers. They also designed weather vanes, painted and...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

 During the month of July, students ages 6-15 participate in daylong art activities covering a variety of mediums. They attend field trips to museums and galleries. Their completed artwork is displayed in the Summer...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

 This 30-week media arts program, held twice a week, is for middle school students (ages 10 to 14) at five locations across the city. The class covers drawing, painting, animation and...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

Adults with special needs from all over Los Angeles and nearby towns come to visit the Towers and the Arts Centers. Their visit includes a guided tour of Towers, a video... 

Click here to read furthur

Watts Towers

A significant part of the Watts Towers Tour Program includes groups of seniors and special needs groups. Experienced guides conduct specialized tours of the Towers. The visit includes exposure to...

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

Join us for FREE Tai Chi Chuan lessons every Thursday and Friday from

9:15am-9:45am 

Click here to read further

Watts Towers

Horses in the Hood Los Angeles (HHLA) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation that has been working with organizations and institutions in the low-income, largely African-American and Latino community of Watts...

Click here to read further

All youth students particaping at the WTACC are expected to work 10 hours per school year (October-June) in the GARDEN STUDIO GALLERY where they will be exposed to gardening, harvesting and general care for plants and animals . Special days will be designtaed for these activities. Dates are to be announced.

Gloves and Water will be provided. Please dress preferably with long pants and clothes that closed-toe shoes