Thank you for your SUPPORT!
For those of you that do not know, the Croton Cortlandt Center for the Arts suffered a catastrophic fire in 2014. Despite all efforts, the building burned to the ground. But while the building is gone, cccArts lives on!
Our efforts to locate a permanent new home are also ongoing, and we will pass along updates as we have more news. If you have questions or concerns, donations or support, please contact cccArts director Gayle Lamb at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
There’s something for everyone- young and adults, beginners and experienced artists! Click Fall.2015 to view our full range of offerings.
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Oct 10Oct 17Saturdays1:00 - 3:00 pm
Second – Sixth Grade
Enhance fine motor skill development while carving into clay and making a mold to then pour plaster in and paint with watercolor. Stretch your drawing, building , and thinking “in the round” skills.
Oct 10Oct 314 Saturdays9:30 - 12:30 pm
Third – Seventh Grade
Create and explore a character or two of your own! Emphasis on character creation, humor, idea generation and beginning storyboarding. Exposure to many cartooning techniques assist students in developing and maintaining their own original comic style. Expand your imagination through an exploration of modern and pop art masters.
Oct 22 -Dec 36 Thursdays4:00 - 5:30 pm
Kindergarten – Third Grade
with Cathy Faiella
Explore characteristics of line, shape and color with projects designed to engage the young artist! Drawing, painting, collage, 3D projects and more.
Oct 31Oct 311:00 - 4:00 pm
Teen – Adult
with Sandra Golbert
Learn silk painting techniques using resist, dyes and silk. First do an experimental piece to practice the techniques, then painted piece, which at a later date, can be sewn into an decorative small bag or an eyeglass case.
Oct 22Dec 36 Thursdays5:45 - 7:45 pm
Fourth – Seventh Grades
with Cathy Faiella
Learn fundamental drawing and painting skills including making a composition and exploring color through liberating non conventional techniques!