Digital Creative Arts Centre

DCAC Logo The Digital Creative Arts Center™ (DCAC) is an instructional facility and classroom like no-other in Southwestern Ontario. It's a hub for London’s music and digital arts creative community.

The DCAC offers unique experiences for youth, young adults, adults and seniors wanting to discover and create music and digital art, in an affordable, safe and supportive facility.

The DCAC is a studio, classroom and performance space.

Head over to the Digital Creative Arts Centre's website to see all the latest programs, classes, events and more!

And check out our other youth programs which includes Senior M.A.P. and Skilled4Success.

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Fall Programs/Clubs/Camps

The DCAC's first Fall club opportunity this year is the DCAC ROCK BAND!

This is an opportunity for participants who have some experience on guitar, drums, bass, or vocals!

You'll work alongside industry professionals Luke Roes and Mark Swan who will help you hone your skills, teach you how to jam, and help you form your own rock band!

Date: Mondays starting October 17th, 2022

Time: 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Ages: 12 to 18 years old

Cost: $60 ($10/week) for this 6 week program - cash or cheque accepted at the door.

Registration is full!

About our guests

Luke Roes

Songwriter, front man of Ivory Hours, and now a producer and solo artist. Luke is a self-proclaimed "studio nerd" at heart and puts his talents to work with other artists. He enjoys making new music and has recently released two singles this summer, "Welcome to My Head" and "Mayday".

Catch his music on Spotify and Apple Music, and if you like what you hear, give him a follow! You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel here.

Mark Swan

Musician, drummer, percussionist, Mark Swan is another talented local artist here in London. He started playing drums at the age of 8 and went on to graduate from Western University with a Bachelor's degree in Orchestral Percussion.

Visit his website and YouTube channel to see and hear his drum covers which include "These Walls" by Kendrick Lamar, "How You Like That" by #BLACKPINK, and more!

Around the Web

Check out CTV News' coverage of the grand opening of the Digital Creative Arts Centre.

The Londoner article - What Will You Create Today?

DJ Chase March's Podcast - Word is Bond. Some of our Beats 'N Rhymes campers wrote and recorded their raps during camp (songs #2 to #5).

Staff Team Contacts

Mario Circelli
Manager of Youth Programs & Digital Creative Arts Centre™
BGC London
519-434-9115 ext. 260
[email protected]

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