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For thirty years, the Cultural Arts Center has offered a wide variety of in-depth, hands-on art classes to any interested adult (18 years and older) from the novice to the advanced. From ceramics to sculpture and metalsmithing to painting, you will always find the offering you are looking for at the best value in town. Our studio classes are offered in seven to eight-week sessions with classes that meet once weekly for three hours. Classes are taught by skilled and experienced instructors, and our studios are well-equipped to accommodate all skill and interest levels.  All this is available to you - plus the camaraderie and mentoring from fellow classmates while working side by side - here at the Cultural Arts Center.



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Robert Lynch on the arts:

"...Increasingly, technology is a communications tool. And, as such, it represents an opportunity for arts groups...."  Philanthropy News Digest, October 4, 2010

 Art Is "America's Secret Weapon for Positive Change" Truthout Interview, July 28, 2013

Not only are the arts inherently valuable in and of themselves, but they also are valuable to the economy, to jobs, to youth at risk, to crime reduction, to community development, and many, many, other areas. If you make these connections well, it also creates a climate in which the arts themselves can thrive." NPR’s “The Record”, January 09, 2012

“Every dollar of N.E.A. funding generates $9 of non-federal money to the arts, and the nonprofit arts industry generates 4.1 million jobs.” Excerpt from a letter by Robert Lynch and Robert Redford to the New York Times, Feb. 11, 2014

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