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Our Faculty
The Conservatory hires only qualified staff with specialized training in the subjects they teach.

What's New at OCFA?  
A monthly account of OCFA Business and Activities

Our Patrons
We need and appreciate all the support from our patrons

Our Renovations
Renovations Have Begun!!!
How To Help
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Oconee Conservatory of Fine Arts 
is dedicated to providing first class arts instruction.  

To promote the understanding and enjoyment of the many Fine Arts, to develop performance skills, and to provide valuable outlets for self-expression for students of all ages and all levels of experience.

Oconee Conservatory of Fine Arts 
is a non-profit Corporation duly organized and incorporated under the laws of South Carolina.  Oconee Conservatory of Fine Arts has obtained Federal Internal Revenue Service 501(c)3 Tax Exempt Charity and Donations are Tax

Oconee Conservatory of Fine Arts is  governed by a board of directors elected by the membership.  The Conservatory operates under its incorporating bylaws.

Non-discrimination Policy:
The Oconee Conservatory of Fine Arts admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin 
to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does 
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and other school-administered programs

Why Art?

  • increases critical thinking skills,
  • increases language skills,
  • cooperative learning,
  • foster sensory awareness,
  • improves manual dexterity,
  • improves self-confidence,
  • improves self-awareness,
  • improves pictorial literacy,
  • improves reading skills,
  • improves map-reading skills,
  • stimulates creative thinking,
  • viewing art reduces stress,
  • increases cultural capital which increases academic learning,
  • nurtures social skills,
  • nurtures personal skills,
  • nurtures cognitive skills and creative problem solving,
  • decreases delinquency,
  • increases academic achievement,
  • makes hospital procedures smoother for the patient,
  • for pain relief & faster recoveries,
  • reduces substance abuse,
  • better math and science skills,
  • reduced violence,
  • broadens understanding of the world,
  • increases engineering and technical design skills,
  • higher verbal skills,
  • decrease in disruptive behavior,
  • increase in thinking skills 
  • improves ability to innovate,
  • enhances brain function,
  • increased ability to conduct multiple activities at once,
  • increased abstract reasoning skills,
  • increases spatial reasoning,
  • increases self-discipline,
  • increases diligence,
  • increases ability to cope with stress,
  • stimulates the immune system
  • increases communication and cooperation.


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