Sober College encourages residents to get involved in different types of creative arts to help them learn to express themselves as well as bring them closer within our community.
Giving Students Creative Outlets
On Monday afternoons Sarah Frank, Creative Arts Director, and Jeff Wilkin, Music Director, host the residents and help them find projects that interest them into the creative World. From Metal to Jewelry making, to impressionistic paintings, residents are shown millions of outlets for expression. On Tuesday Night our very own Collin Palomares, Film Director, takes residents on a ride into the world of film making, film editing, acting, writing, and even directing. Residents are able to go from an idea into shooting their very own short film right on campus. Wednesdays, the entire Creative Arts Department comes together to collaborate on projects that include all three aspects of our program. Combining film, music, and art together creates huge projects that bring the community together in a creative way, allowing student to express themselves as well as learn leadership roles and what it’s like to work as a team in real life. In addition to these three afternoons we offer a lunchtime creative writing club for those who want to express themselves in a new way as well as a textile arts club where residents can create their own piece of art they use on a day to day basis.
Sober College uses its Creative Art to help students learn to express themselves in healthy ways, and introduce them to new things. Our Acting, Theater, and Film Departments do just that… (read more)
We have a complete art studio where residents can participate in several different art classes and workshops taught by our Art Director as well as specialized guest instructors. Students have the supplies, guidance, and encouragement to create works of art, and express themselves in a healthy way…(read more)
Sober College has an industry grade recording studio where residents are able to write, practice, play, and/or record music. Our Music Director teaches residents how to use the equipment so they are able to help in the production process. Sober College has everything from multiple electric and acoustic guitars to a 1970s talk box. We have frequent concerts and monthly talent shows where residents can showcase their abilities to their friends and family… (read more)