Caz Azevedo Community Art Center
- To initiate, build, and provide a safe, and inclusive foundation for an online, virtual Community Art Center and Gallery that specializes in art education for the public with intentions to one day break ground on a physical location, and expand to community neighborhoods, though always remaining virtual to connect as a global community.
- A Community Art Center that offers affordable classes in many genres of art education while working with neighboring and visiting artists who teach workshops in their areas of expertise. Scholarships are granted to help with financial assistance.
- A Gallery who supports and promotes artists in the community by providing a platform for them to talk about their art practice and opportunity to show their work.
- Revenue is generated by memberships, donations from the public, sales from the Gallery, and funds collected from classes and workshops through the Community Art Center.
Become a Member
With your membership you will receive gifts of art each year and a subscription to the online CACAC newsletter, Second Saturday, announcing notifications and reviews of art talks, exhibitions, events, and news about existing and emerging contemporary artists. Being a member also provides you discounts to the online classes and workshops as well as a password to the Member Access page which houses a variety of videos and files for your entertainment, education, and art practice. Art was meant to be enjoyed, and because of our members it can be shared with others. Your donations will help continue to provide art education to the community and support the efforts of working artists and educators.
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Double Stack, 2017
Ceramic with underglaze and encaustic
23" x 18"x 15"