Spectrum Creative Arts first opened its doors on September 15th, 2013 after many months of development and construction. Its directors, Megan Resig, Noa Ferguson, and Wade Richards, are three Rochester-based music therapists who decided to join forces to create a space that would not only allow them to better serve their existing client base, as well as to give life to a thriving arts community that provided an alternative to traditional methods of teaching.
Since its opening, Spectrum has grown to employ an excellent team of creative arts instructors and therapists.
Spectrum offers a unique variety of creative arts programming, including individual music, art, dance, and theatre lessons, group classes, and seasonal camps, in addition to individual and group music and art therapy services. Spectrum’s presence extends to the Rochester community and surrounding areas, providing services in early intervention programs, school districts, community centers, senior living facilities, day care centers, rehabilitation clinics, and group homes.
At Spectrum Creative Arts, we are passionate about creating exceptional learning experiences for individuals of any age and ability level.