Who We Are
Our Mission and Vision
The Childrens' Consortium for the Arts is committed to instilling a love of the arts to children by allowing them to witness and participate in the performing and visual arts.
The goals of the CCA are two-fold: to provide a structured environment for children to develop their artistic prowess, whether it be in the visual or performing arts and to expand their horizons by exposing them to some of the best artists the world has to offer.
CCA meets these goals by challenging its young members to learn and rehearse pre-arranged musical pieces if in the performing arts or to create a body of work surrounding a theme if in the visual arts. Each challenge presented culminates in a live performance or display which is open to the public. Our highly trained staff of educators work with the children to develop the skill and discipline to hone their craft and have the confidence to share it with the world. CCA seeks to inspire budding young artists by taking field trips to live performances of plays, concerts, museums and more! By allowing the children to experience professional performances as well as gallery quality work, they are inspired to cultivate their own skills and pursue their passions.
How You Can Help
The Childrens' Consortium for the Arts believes in supporting and cultivating every child willing to put in the effort to pursue their artistic dreams. We seek to honor the hard work of each individual by providing an environment in which each child can experience world class art at a free or reduced rate. Some of the expenses CCA incurs to make this happen are: booking fees for venues the children use for their performances, uniforms, field trip expenses, and more. We are able to serve our young members through donations of our corporate partners as well as from the generous private donations of individuals like YOU. If you would like to partner with us, please see our donations page, and help us further a love of the arts in our young members. THANK YOU!
“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.”