AAC’s outreach programs put that philosophy into practice by promoting creative opportunities for Cincinnati residents to make and enjoy art. We work with public schools, community organizations, and corporate sponsors to spread the joy around, sharing not only our expertise but also our passion for art.
For our 20-year celebration, the Art Academy of Cincinnati is sponsoring a Drawing contest for all participating classrooms' students.
The Visual Art Outreach Program, funded by Procter and Gamble, sends artists and art educators from the Art Academy of Cincinnati's Community Education department to Cincinnati Public School classrooms, where they present a hands-on art lesson that coordinates with the CPS teacher's curriculum.
This long-running, successful program provides the art lesson, all the supplies needed, and suggestions for follow-up art lessons to CPS teacher. Any CPS classroom is eligible to participate in the program at no cost to them.
Visual Art Outreach Program Funded by Procter & Gamble, the Visual Art Outreach program brings art into the classroom at Cincinnati public schools. Local teaching artists provide three-hour lessons to elementary school students, offering a visual-art approach to learning and showing teachers how they can incorporate hands-on visual art into prescribed curriculum. More...
Over-the-Rhine Community Art Project
This collaborative effort between AAC and Peaslee Neighborhood Center encourage own community. It has been ongoing since 2001. More...