Looking for that fun, individual gift? Look no further than the Cheltenham Center for the Arts Shop located at 7900 High School Rd., Elkins Park. Normal business hours are Tuesday - Friday, 12N to 5pm and Saturday 10am -4pm. Special Extended Holiday Hours are as follows:
Tuesday, December 23: 12noon-5pm and
Wednesday, December 24: 12noon-3pm,
Join the CCA Shop on Friday, November 7th & Saturday, November 8th, 2014 as
Ceramic Artist, Rachel Sturino and painter/mixed media artist, Colleen Hammond will be on hand with their original work at the Shop. The CCA Shop will extend hours on Friday from 5-7pm with light refreshments. The Trunk Show will continue on Saturday during normal business hours: 12N-4PM.
On Friday, October 10th & Saturday, October 11th, the CCA shop will feature
Ceramic artist, Kimberley Shelton and printmaker, Reena Brooks in the first Trunk Show at the Shop. Both artists will have their original work available for sale. Meet the artists on Friday with extended hours from 5-7pm featuring light refreshments. The Trunk Show will continue on Saturday during normal business hours: 12N-4PM.
Crafty Kids Week II is August 18 - August 22nd. Register now to secure a place in our popular last week summer art program! Summer Art Camp is specially designed for
children ages 5-12 who enjoy
activities in the visual and
performing arts. Read more to register.
Join teens ages 13-17 as they learn and prepare collage and mosaic pieces July 28 - August 1, 2014. The morning program is collage, the afternoon continues with mosaics. Full day program is from 9:30-3:30. Half day is 9:30-12:30 or 12:30-3:30. Read more to register.
Through the Camera:
Claymation Stop Motion Video/Photography
July 21–25 (1 week). Students will spend part of each day learning the process of creating their
own stop motion video. Beginning with a storyboard, they will use clay or
other movable pieces to film one short individual and one short group
project. In the afternoons the action switches to the basics of photography,
camera techniques and framing composition. Join us for a half day of stop motion video, afternoon of photography or a whole day of both! Read more to register!
Cheltenham Center for the Arts is pleased to announce two new resident artists for the 2014- 15 season: Joan Brown, ceramics and Annie Sarachan, painting and mixed media. Brown and Sarachan emerged from entrants as gifted artists who hold a deep passion and commitment to the art center community. The Cheltenham Center for the Arts Resident Artist Program seeks to enhance the creative experience at the Center by providing an exciting, nurturing and supportive environment for artists starting their careers or making a change. Our residents are self-supporting artists who wish to work and teach at the Center for one year beginning June 2014.