From the visual arts classes and craft workshops, to drama, we pride ourselves in having talented and enthusiastic teachers who set a creative and age appropriate atmosphere. Some classes are sponsored by the Arts Council, others are offered by independent teachers and organizations. All promise to stretch your imagination and inspire creativity.
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|Ages 5 - 8 | 6 Tuesdays, Sept. 10-Oct. 15|
Make it and Take it Art Classes, 2019 Fall Session
Classes fill quickly, so avoid disappointment by registering early. Classes must be cancelled if minimum enrollment is not met two weeks prior to class start. Payment in full is required to reserve your space. You will receive confirmation via email one week prior to the beginning of class. You may register and pay online, by phone at 410/848-7272, or in person at the Carroll Arts Center.
If CCAC cancels a class due to insufficient enrollment, a full refund will be given. For cancellations made by the student at least 14 days prior to class start, a refund will be granted less a $10 processing fee. No refunds will be granted after that. No refunds are given for missed classes or early withdrawal. If a class is cancelled due to weather, parents will be contacted by email and/or phone and a make-up class will be scheduled by the instructor.
When applicable, a required supply list will be provided via email at least one week before the start of class. It is not always necessary to buy new supplies. Bring what you have; share with a friend. Instructors will be happy to suggest ways to save money on your supplies.
All classes and camps offer a discount for current CCAC Members, Corporate Member employees and Arts Alliance Members. For more information on becoming a member please visit our Membership Page.
Children under 18 who are in need of financial aid to enroll in a class, camp or children's theatre troupe are eligible for assistance through the Tom Holder Memorial Scholarship Fund. Priority is given to students from households with combined income of under $35,000. Contact Andy Woodard with questions or download and print a Scholarship Application.