Welcome to CCAC
The mission of Christina Cultural Arts Center Inc. (CCAC) is to make affordable arts, education, career training, exhibitions and live performances accessible to youth and adults in a welcoming learning environment.
For nearly 70 years, CCAC has been an anchor in the Delaware arts community and Wilmington's Creative District, focusing on the tenets of Hope, Knowledge, Inspiration & Passion by providing instruction and performance/exhibition opportunities in music, dance, drama, visual arts and poetry.
Christina offers one of the only integrated arts and academic programs in Delaware, utilizing the power of arts to promote school success, career training, and positive social behavior.
We collaborate with local and national partners — business, educators, and artists — to promote the creative industry and advocate for the socio-economic impact of the arts in our community. Christina Cultural Arts Center is a member of the Mid Atlantic Foundation Jazz Touring Network.
EQUITY IN EDUCATION FORUM WITH DR. MICHAEL L. LOMAX
Dr. Michael L. Lomax, president and CEO of UNCF (United Negro College Fund), addressed a crowd of around 200 at a special community discussion series at Christina on Thursday, January 14, 2016. The talked focused on equity and excellence in education, particularly among Wilmington's black communities. The event was a joint effort of CCAC, Wilmington's Parent Advocacy Council for Education (PACE), The Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League (MWUL), the Wilmington Education Strategies Think Tank (WESTT), NAACP State Conference, National Coalition of 100 Black Women, DE Chapter, Revive the Village A United Way of Delaware African American Initiative and the Rodel Foundation of Delaware.
Video Link Video courtesy of WITN Channel 22 Wilmington
Congratulations to our Executive Director, Raye Jones Avery, who received The Delaware Barristers Association Excellence in Education Award on November 13. This video details the awards, given for exemplary leadership, commitment and outstanding contributions to diversity and achievement in education which promote liberty and justice for all.
“I am currently a senior at Hodgson Vo-Tech High School and have been dancing at Christina Cultural Arts Center since the age of three. CCAC has helped me build confidence and influenced my life in so many positive ways, exposing me to other creative arts areas like drama and music.”
Alexis Rogers (left)