The After School Arts Program in Washington, which serves Northwestern Connecticut, is accepting registration for four upcoming workshops.

“Ceramics with Will Talbot” will be held at Shepaug Valley School for students in grades six to eight and ninth grade through adult Mondays through Dec. 5.

Participants will make coil pots and pinch pots.

The class will meet from 3 to 4:30 p.m. for students in grades six to eight and from 6 to 7:30 p.m. for individuals in ninth grade and up.

The participation fee is $48 for Region 12 residents and $60 for nonresidents.

“Create Your Own Superhero” with professional costume designer Lesley Neilson-Bowman will meet Dec. 1, 8 and 15.

The class, which is open to students in K-2, will be held at Booth Free School in Roxbury.

Participants will create their own costume, headpiece and mask.

The fee is $36 for Region 12 residents and $45 for nonresidents.

The Inter-District Strings Project with The Waterbury Symphony Orchestra, open to students in grades six through 12 and adults, will run Dec. 6 through March.

Young musicians will learn a varied repertoire from WSO professionals in small groups, focusing on fundamental techniques, ensemble skills, and musical interpretation.

The project will culminate in three in-school performances where participants play side-by-side with 20 WSO musicians.

A minimum of one year of experience playing a string instrument is required.

The participation fee is $156.

The Inter-District Theatre Project, open to students in K-5, will begin Jan. 5 at Shepaug Valley School in Washington.

Through play and fun theatre games, participants learn about acting, role-playing and developing a character.

Students will have a chance to write, collaborate, and create ideas for a play to share with friends and family.

The fee is $132.

For more information and registration for workshops, visit www.asapct.org or call 860-868-0740.