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Youth Classes

CCA Children’s Theatre!

Theater Games – AM session (ages 7-10): June 24-27, 9-12pm

Theater Games – PM session (ages 11+): June 24-27, 1-4pm

Imagine Onstage (ages 4-6): July 8-11, 9-11am

Teen Shakespeare Intensive – Much Adoe About Nothing (ages 12+): July 8-11, July 15-18, & July 22-25, 1-4pm; July 26, 10am- 9pm (breaks from 12-1pm and 4-6pm)

Young Actors Present – The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (ages 12+):July 22-25 & July 29-Aug. 1, 9am-12pm; August 2, 9am-4pm (break from 12-1pm)

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – Design and Tech (ages 7-12):July 29-Aug. 1, 1-4pm; August 2, 9am-4pm (break from 12pm-1pm)

Fearless & FREE Drop-in Art Classes!

Every Sunday starting May 5 – August 25, 2019 (1-3pm), CCA will be hosting Fearless & FREE! Each session is focused on a drawing or painting theme related to CCA’s gallery exhibitions. There is no cost, but registration is kindly requested. 20 person maximum per session. All ages welcome – youth and adults! No limit to how many sessions a participant can attend.

RSVP for Fearless & FREE here!

 

Visual Arts for Youth!

Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting (ages 8-14): July 8-11, 9am-12pm

Fundamentals of Drawing & Painting (ages 8-14): Aug. 5-8, 9am-12pm

Kids & Clay: Pinch, Coil, Slab (ages 7+): July 8-11, 1-4pm

MeForADay: Wild Landscapes (ages 6-10): July 15-18, 9am-12pm

MeForADay: Exploring India Inks (ages 11+): July 15-18, 1-4pm

Woodworking and sculpture classes coming soon! Stay tuned!

CCA offers Youth Scholarships to those experiencing financial barriers to attending camps or workshops. Please submit a CCA Youth Scholarship Application Form today to be considered!

If you are interested in supporting CCA’s Youth Scholarship Fund, please visit our Scholarship Donation Page. Your contribution allows more children to access creative services who otherwise would be unable to attend. 

 


Please see our Event Calendar for more information about other events and classes.

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