Transitions is co-located with the Paul Nigra Center for Creative Arts, giving Apprentices full access to a variety of visual and performing arts classes and experiences.
The Paul Nigra Center is a beautiful, year-round arts center that provides a rich assortment of art and hobby-related classes for budding artists of all ages and interests, including culinary arts, performing arts, visual arts, music and yoga.
It also houses premium art venues, hosts fun family events and provides educational opportunities for persons of all ages and levels of ability. The Paul Nigra Center was named for the former executive director of Lexington. Paul worked tirelessly to support people with disabilities and believed that every person could achieve success and fulfillment. Paul founded Lexington’s world-famous rock band, Flame, a group of musicians who refused to let their disabilities be a barrier to success.
The Paul Nigra Center is a “home base” for Flame, continuing Paul’s legacy of cultivating and celebrating the artistic endeavors of people of all ages and abilities. Adapted by the Savannah College of Art and Design, the Paul Nigra Center is an ideal place to explore both the arts and one’s own creativity. The very best of Fulton County’s local talent teaches classes and gives presentations at the Paul Nigra Center and noted artists from beyond the county’s borders frequently visit and share their expertise and talent.