Winnsboro Center for the Arts has an ongoing program of workshops for both adults and children. All workshops are held at our Annex at 212 Market Street.

If you have ideas, would like a specific topic offered for a workshop or if you are an instructor who would like to offer a workshop here at WCA please contact us at 903-342-0686 or by email at

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Shakespeare's Language Workshop

with Dr. John Price

Tuesday, May 30th
6:00pm – 9:00pm

Friday, June 2nd
6:00pm – 8:00pm

Saturday, June 10th
10:00am – 4:00pm

$40, all supplies included

Are you ready to get on stage and tackle The Bard himself? In preparation for the Much Ado About Nothing auditions, July 10th and 11th, the WCA Director of Theatre, Dr. John A Price is offering a workshop in accessing the meaning and Shakespeare’s directions within the language. The workshop will cover Script analysis and scene study.

Class/Workshop Descriptions & Registration

Our Instructors



Nancy Beauchamp

Watercolor and Pastels for All Levels

Nancy Beauchamp, who currently lives in Winnsboro, graduated from Principia College with a degree in Fine Arts, Studio and Art History. She also participated in an Art Abroad course in Europe. Pastels are her medium of choice in landscapes, still life’s and animal portraits.  She teaches workshops and weekly classes in pastels and is a regular instructor at the Winnsboro Center for the Arts. Nancy has been blessed with numerous awards in art competitions. 

Dani Blanton


Dani Blanton is a Registered Yoga Teacher who has completed her
200-hour yoga teacher training. She is also a Registered Children’s
Yoga Teacher who has completed her 95-hour children’s yoga teacher
training. Dani teaches a variety of fun yoga practices – restorative
flow, water yoga, memory maintenance yoga, brain games, kids’ yoga,
winey wrists, bees-knees, happy feet, and paddleboard yoga!

Dani was born and raised in Wood County and lives outside of Quitman
on Lake Fork with her husband, Ronald, and their three dogs: Charlie,
Goose, and Gracie. Her journey to yoga began when she first stepped
foot in a studio after the death of her mother. Her mother was 44.
Dani was 22. Dani did not have the tools to grieve or mourn in a
healthy way.

A natural caregiver, Dani took care of her mother, and then later in
life she cared for her Grandmother Patterson and Great Aunt Bobbie.
Both grandmother and great aunt were struggling with brain disease –
one with Alzheimer’s and the other with Dementia. They thrived under
Dani’s care. Therefore, Dani is passionate about memory maintenance
yoga and restorative yoga practices. After they both passed, Dani
finally took the time to heal, rest, and reset.

After years of softball and caregiving, Dani’s shoulder started
screaming at her. Doctors could not help her, and physical therapy
only did so much, but yoga led her down a road of physical healing,
stillness of the mind, mending of the heart, tools to grow, and the
space to grieve and let go.

With the support of her loving husband, Ronald, Dani completed her
200-hour yoga training. She continues to grow and learn. Dani is
living out her dream of helping others find pathways to healing so
they can thrive in this world no matter their phase in life.