The Community Outreach and Education programs at the Clark State Performing Arts Center encourage family involvement of preschool children through teens and adults, enriching lives and nurturing community awareness of a variety of arts. The Clark State Community College Performing Arts Center is committed to the guiding principle that the arts, by celebrating the human experience and cultivating the spirit, are an integral part of personal, family and community development.
Children's Hour (Ages 4 to 10)
The Clark State Performing Arts Center is happy to offer our annual Children's Hour during the month of June. Held at the Hollenbeck Bayley Creative Arts and Conference Center, this free entertainment is for children ages 4 through 10 and brings new and exciting hands-on activities presented by local arts and cultural organizations. The events take place from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. each Wednesday in the month of June. Parents are welcome! A light snack will be provided at the end of each program. RSVP is preferred by calling 937.328.7951.
Clark Community Cultural Consortium (CCCC)
Launched by the Arts Alive Partnership, the Clark Community Cultural Consortium (CCCC) is a group of Springfield and Clark County, Ohio, community agencies and businesses that have joined together to create, promote and provide cultural programs for our community schools. The CCCC members present lessons in classrooms, provide materials and workshops for teachers, offer large group experiences (assemblies and field trips), and create opportunities for students to visit their agency or business. The CCCC has created a network for these organizations to work together to offer the most effective and economical programs for our local school districts. Membership is free. Visit CCCC online for more information.