Since its founding, the Cheltenham Center for the Arts (CCA) has served as a venue for high quality classesexhibitions and theater programs that have promoted regional artists and showcased the work of children, adults and outstanding faculty in our community.

At CCA we believe that the arts can offer to all ages a means to broaden your horizons, learn new skills and explore new ways of seeing the world. It is our goal to provide a creative environment to nurture that process.


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Join us and travel back in time into a mesmerizing whirlwind of Elizabethan dances, songs and poetry. Featuring: Grammy Award Winning soprano Illana Davidson, Actor Joan Lunoe, Cellist Jing Li and guitarist Daniel Lippel. Friday, February 13, 2015 7:30pm $10 children ages 11 and under $20 adults
Begin the new year with a jewelry workshop! Beginner Lost Wax Casting on Saturday, February 21st and Sunday, February 22, 2015 from 10am-5pm. Working with wax wire students will make a ring using the lost wax, mold making process. Teacher Marthe Roberst-Shea will lead you through the process of forming a mold and then creating a finished sterling silver ring. Two day workshop only $150.
The 74th Annual Members' Exhibition is on view Monday-Friday 10am - 3pm through February 1, 2015. The Gallery will be open Sunday, February 1st from 1-3pm. The Juror’s Award went to Kathleen Vaccaro for her work, Til Death. The Alma Finestone Family Award was presented to John Strawn for his monoprint, Untitled. Juror for Prizes: Matt Neff Neff holds an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, BFA in studio art and BA in Art History from Indiana University. In addition, Neff teaches at University of Pennsylvania and runs the Common Press. Read more for a complete list of winners and awards.