Cook Arts Center
The Cook Arts Center provides high-quality programs in the arts (music, dance, theater, visual arts, and pottery) to give underserved children and adults an opportunity to develop a deeper appreciation of the arts. Through these programs, participants celebrate their own culture and the cultures of others. They enrich their lives, develop skills, build relationships, enhance their self-esteem, and build community. In addition to a wide array of after-school classes, the Arts Center offers drop-in art activities, summer programs, and winter and spring break programs.
- After School Programs
- Summer Programs
- Winter & Spring Break Camps
- Andy Angelo Press Club and Aerial Tactic
Because our mission is to transform lives here in the Grandville Avenue neighborhood, classes and programs at the Cook Arts Center are free for those who live within our neighborhood boundaries, which can be seen in the map below. Neighborhood residents are also given first priority in all of our classes and programs.
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