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to our children, youth & teens through affordable arts education and enriching multicultural programs.  Support the arts that inspire our children!

Our 2014-15 Season Boasts Big Names, Big Events

Art on the Town   

Artwork on display by every month local & regional visual artists!  

First Fridays Every Month


CCAC Edward Loper Sr. Gallery


An Evening with Gregory Porter

Clifford Brown Year Round Series one night only performance benefits CCAC.  

Friday, October 17, 7:30pm  

The Baby Grand @ Grand Opera House 


The Pivot Open Mic | Free! 

2nd & 4th Fridays, 7:00-10:00pm @ CCAC 

For creatives of all kind: Hip-hop, spoken word, comedy, visual artists, musicians, dancers. Looking for a venue to express ideas and interact with a diverse audience? Get here!


The Wellthy Diva Jones

This noted mezzo-soprano has a strong and forceful presence on the concert stage. 

Friday, November 7, 7:00pm  

@ CCAC Clifford Brown Performance Center  


Jazz Vespers featuring Aaron Graves & Greg Williams

Sunday, November 9, 2:00-4:00pm @ CCAC

Free-Will Donations Appreciated 


An Evening with Ailey II

Saturday, November 8, 7:00pm

The Grand Opera House  

Presented by Gamma Theta Lambda Education Foundation, Inc

Spirit...Energy...Passion...Ailey II merges this and more in their renowned dance interpretations.

Master Class with Ailey II

Saturday, November 8, 10:00am


Christina Cultural Arts Center Hosts Three Public Allies

Public Allies Delaware is a program of the University of Delaware Center for Community Research and Service in Wilmington. Allies serve paid apprenticeships at local nonprofits for 10 months, where they create, improve and expand services to address organizational issues.  Allies participate in training with community leaders on public speaking, conflict resolution, diversity and oppression, and media literacy. Since 1994, Public Allies Delaware has developed over 250 young leaders who have completed over 475,000 hours of volunteer service.

Rashawn Scarbo, Community Impact

Rashawn completed BS in Criminal Justice at West Chester University and is currently in a Masters in Public Administration program at West Chester University. Rashawn will work with CCAC's team to use data to assess our impact on students, families and the community.


Ray Moore, Jr., Community Engagement

Ray is a graduate of the University of Delaware with a BA in History. Ray will lead outreach strategies to increase enrollment of disconnected youth and males in CCAC programs.


Sherize Urquhart, Preschool Community Liaison
Sherize is a graduate of Florida International University with a dual degree in communications and media arts. Sherize will lead efforts to raise awareness of CCAC's preschool by maximizing outreach through social media.
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Auditions for CCAC Youth Chorus
Singers age 8-13 are invited to audition. Singers should be prepared to match pitch, sing "My Country 'Tis of Thee" and a song selection of their choice. Auditions Saturday, November 1, 11:00am @ CCAC. To schedule in advance, e-mail
Carols in Color
Carols in Color
returns to the Wilmington stage!

Sunday, December 14, 
The Grand Opera House 
818 N. Market Street 
General Tickets: $25.00-30.00
+ Service Fee 
Student tickets: $14.99
+ Service Fee 
Purchase at 
or call 800.37.GRAND