Since its founding, the Cheltenham Center for the Arts (CCA) has served as a venue for high quality classesexhibitions and theater programs that have promoted regional artists and showcased the work of children, adults and outstanding faculty in our community.

At CCA we believe that the arts can offer to all ages a means to broaden your horizons, learn new skills and explore new ways of seeing the world. It is our goal to provide a creative environment to nurture that process. 


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Jazz Bridge concerts continue on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 at 7:30 featuring Suzanne Burgess. Tickets only available at the door $10 adults/ $5 students. For more information on Suzanne and Jazz Bridge concerts visit jazzbridge.org
Bring the family for this fun, holiday paper cut design workshop on Saturday, December 12, 2015 from 2:30pm-4:30pm. with Cynthia Blackwood. Learn the traditional art of paper-cutting. Create your own design, learn about positive and negative space and finish with a paper-cut, matted and suitable for framing. An exciting process and impressive gift.
Cheltenham Center for the Arts is proud to host ClassicalCafé as they perform their unique production of Dylan Thomas’s story A Child’s Christmas in Wales on Saturday, December 5th at 5pm. Traditional carols and classical music is woven into a lively reading of the story featuring Ilana Davidson (Curtis Institute of Music alum, Carnegie Hall, Grammy Award winner), and soprano. Maeve Höglund, mezzo soprano Mary Phillips, cellist Jing Li (Broadway, Boston Ballet, Boston Lyric Opera), violinist David Marks, pianist Riko Higuma, and actor/narrator Joan Lunoe. $15 adults, $8 children. Purchase in advance at ClassicalCafe or at the door.