Community Folk Art Center offers diverse education programming in the visual and expressive arts, through classes and workshops, gallery talks, film screenings, lectures and performances. Our classes and workshops, for adults and children, range from ceramics to West African dance. However they vary throughout the year, so please continue to visit our website for current classes and workshops. CFAC’s signature youth arts education program is the Creative Arts Academy (CAA). CAA is a Saturday youth arts enrichment program for elementary and middle school students interested in visual and expressive arts.
The mission of Creative Arts Academy (CAA) is to engage, nurture, and empower young people from the city of Syracuse through the arts. CAA is an arts education and training program comprised of three disciplines: dance, theater, and visual arts. CAA is a tuition-free program for students in grades 3-7 who are accepted after an audition and interview process. CAA believes the arts provide a sound foundation for young people, resulting in an improved sense of self, fortifying them to perform better in school and unearthing their infinite potential.
Through CAA, students demonstrate increased skills, knowledge, and understanding of the arts, exceeding New York State arts education standards. Keeping this program tuition-free allows Community Folk Art Center to remain committed to underserved and underrepresented communities in the Syracuse area. The three disciplines of Creative Arts Academy are dance, theater, and visual art.
New young creatives are always welcome! Our application process is on a rolling basis. To learn more about the program or to schedule an audition, contact the CAA Coordinator at 315-442-2230 or at email@example.com.
Community Folk Art Center is excited to begin a new round of youth and adult classes for Spring 2014. Please view our complete list of classes.To register for a class, or for more information, e-mail CFAC at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315) 442-2230.
Community Folk Art Center welcomes student and adult groups to experience the arts of the African Diaspora and underrepresented communities. Our tours are designed to create connections between the audience and the artwork with the intent of building cultural bridges within and among the various cultural communities who enter our doors. Our tours can be linked with a hands-on workshop designed to reflect some of the principles and practices represented by the exhibition on view. To schedule a tour, please fill out our tour request form.