Art is a universal language—one that reaches out beyond the rising tides, masters the barriers of spoken world languages, and reaches to both the rich and poor. It can have a profound effect on anyone—young or old. That’s why Griffin School for the Arts was developed. Based on Christian principles and a love for music and art, the School operates with a mindset that anyone can learn this universal language. Griffin School for the Arts provides a safe, nurturing environment in which to learn.
Founded in 2007, Griffin School for the Arts is a non-profit division of First Baptist Church, Griffin.
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Shenandoah Conservatory is a performing arts community located near Washington DC with a comprehensive unit of 750 students and 120 faculty in music, theater and dance. In 2008-09, resident and visiting artists include the Audubon Quartet, pianist John O'Conor and trumpet artist Jens Lindemann.