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POSTPONED - Center for Creative Works

By Kelly Center (other events)

Thursday, April 2 2020 5:00 PM 6:30 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

$5 advance and at the door.  The Center for Creative Works is a unique art studio focusing on developing creative workplace potential and cultural identity for people with intellectual disabilities. Pop! Pop! Pop! Records is an independent record label that works to produce and release the music of the artists from Center for Creative Works. 

No BYOB at this event.

Doors open at 4:30 pm.  5 pm show.  Limited table seating.

New Avenue Cafe will be open for snack and refreshment purchases. 

Free Parking in Oakmont Municipal lot behind Kelly Center off Darby Road.

The Center for Creative Works is a unique art studio focusing on developing creative workplace potential and cultural identity for people with intellectual disabilities. Pop! Pop! Pop! Records is an independent record label that works to produce and release the music of the artists from Center for Creative Works. 

The Center for Creative Works is a unique work environment with a goal of developing creative work potential and cultural identity for people with intellectual disabilities.

Creative Works combines supported studio art development with work opportunities-including supported employment options – and community programming. Participants learn and work in drawing and painting, printmaking, ceramics, woodworking, sculpture, textiles, design, music and other media. A staff of mentor artists teach professional materials and techniques, with the goal of developing participants as artists, artisans, and designers. We foster individual expression and skill development, promoting our artists’ work through public exhibitions, art fairs, and other events in the community.

Our fully engaged program includes many options for inclusion, growth, exploration and development of individual talents and skills within each person. CCW is committed to realizing potential for everyone to contribute in truly meaningful and productive ways, and to support our artists in building their cultural identity as members of their community.

 

Kelly Center

Mailing Address

4 E. Eagle Rd. Havertown, PA 19083