Arts Programs

Nurturing the neighborhood through the Arts

Arts are the lifeblood of communities, and it’s hard to overstate their power. They give people the space to explore feelings, build self-awareness, and cope with challenges; they bring us together, and they give us the opportunity to become our best selves. The arts change lives, and we’re committed to making sure our neighbors can participate in free or low-cost art activities as a central aspect of our mission. 

There are many ways to get involved with our arts programs, no matter your skill level, no matter your experience. You’re already bringing the element that’s the most essential to any artistic practice: yourself.

THE CREATIVE CENTER

Bringing the arts to people with cancer and chronic illnesses, as well as families and medical staff, working on-site in hospitals, hospices, and community health sites.

THE PERFORMANCE PROJECT

Engaging young local artists and emerging professional artists with opportunities to connect, create, and publicly present new work.

SPEYER HALL SPACE RENTAL

Speyer Hall is ideal for dance, theater, film, concerts and public events such as lectures/ storytelling events, celebrations, fundraisers and conferences or workshops.

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