Patch Blog: Altadena Community Arts Center Kicks Off Its Fall 2011 Classes and Workshops

New Community Arts Center brings the arts and provides Altadena residents an opportunity for discovery of creative talents.

Altadena's new Community Arts Center is gearing up to kick off its Fall schedule of classes, providing children and youth, 6 - 18 years old Altadena (and adults (beginning in January 2012), the opportunity to explore the arts and their own creativity.   It all starts on October 24th.

The CAC, as it expects to soon become referred to, is located on the campus of the Loma Alta School Center (entrance on Loma Alta Drive).  Workshop participants will see, hear, discuss and create art under the guidance of noted artists and art educators, while discovering the artist in themselves.  The line-up of programs that participants will be able to take advantage of over the next several months includes painting and drawing; sculpture; dance (including modern and hip-hop); music; collages; assemblages; drama; creative writing and poetry; fabric art; spoken word; the Math and Science of Art; arts related field trips; special events and, according CAC’s Executive Director Mary Ann Stevenson, "Much more is planned.  All at very reasonable  registration fees.  Some scholarships will be made available on a first come basis."

Class schedules, registration forms and payment information are available online for downloading at www.altadenaartscouncil.org and by contacting the Altadena Community Arts Center at 626-797-5798.   Registration is limited. 

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Lori A. Webster October 11, 2011 at 09:36 PM
We're so happy that the AAC has found a home at Loma Alta - be sure to keep in touch with us, we're very interested in seeing how we can work together!


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