Augusta Savage Museum & Mentoring Center

The Augusta Savage Museum and Mentoring Center, completed in May 2021, is a multipurpose building, which will serve the community in arts, education, and after-school tutoring. Space inside includes a dance studio, classroom space for music and visual arts, a computer lab, and an interactive museum space showcasing the life and work of sculptor Augusta Savage as well as a rotating display of other artists. The building was constructed at the site of the former Dunbar High School library with the goal of being an updated cultural and information resource space for the community.

Required Mentoring Center Class Registration Forms

Now Enrolling for Spring 2023

All 3 Class registration forms need to be filled out and turned in to Executive Assistant to City Manager Kimberly Thomas to secure student spot.

Program Name & DescriptionAge & Class Size LimitDates & Times
Valentine Card Making Workshop
Teaching techniques to make unique handmade cards, only for February 2023
Ages 5 to 13
10 students per class
Friday, February 10
5 to 6 pm
Thursday class is full. Seven spots left for Feb. 10 class as of Jan. 30
West African Dance Class by Alexis Scott of Everything Kreative Studios
Teaching about dance movements and rhythm from different West African regions, with class ending with students showing off their favorite movement from each class. 
Ages 18+
10 students total
Fridays
March 3 - April 7
7 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Art Workshops by Barbara Cornett
Teaching about different artistic mediums and artists beginning September through December 2022. 
Grades 1 through 10
8 students maximum per class time slot
Both class slots for Spring are now full


Underground Railroad by Dolly Hillman
An American History course teaching students about the Underground Railroad. Open to adults and school-age children.
Ages 10 - 17
&
Adults 18 +
10 students max per class time slot
Wednesdays
Jan. 5 - Feb 9
Adult class: noon - 1:00 p.m.
Student class: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Reading Tutoring 
Teaching reading comprehension to elementary school students by introducing them to reading materials about cultures and places around the world.
Grades 1 through 6
10 students maximum
Current program is on hold for Spring. Instructor Needed - contact Kim Thomas for more info 
Math Tutoring by Lucy Conrad
Assisting high school students with their specific needs in Algebra 1 and Algebra A/B. 
Grades 9 through 12
10 students maximum per class time slot
Tuesdays or Thursdays
September through May
3 to 5 pm
Counselor Tammy Rowson
Available to students as needed. 
Grades 1 through 12Tuesdays
2:30 to 4:30 pm
Dance by La'Farrah Davis
Teaching students from 4 to 16 years of age the basics in ballet, jazz, hip-hop, cheer, and gymnastics, with a performance at the end of the school year. 
Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Cheer, and Gymnastics classes
Ages 4 to 16
20 students maximum
Class full for Spring