Support imagining art for everyone in our community
“Because of the scholarship I received, I discovered that I loved painting…Thank you! Thank you!” –ASCC scholarship recipient
"We are in a lower income area and having free programs for kids and families to enjoy is wonderful."- Librarian
“We are lucky to have this place.” – ASCC student
"I thought it was great for my son who’s shy — [the program] motivated him.” – parent of child in “Art in the Library” program
Art changes lives: read more voices from our community on how ASCC connects people to art.
In ASCC faculty member Maj Kalfus’s class “Gesture Drawing” an art model poses in 30-second intervals, allowing students to learn the art of capturing the human body in motion.
As part of ASCC’s spring 2015 “Art in the Library” program, students created puppets based on Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky” at the Claverack Library. Additional free programs for grades 1-12 were taught by ASCC faculty at the Chatham Public Library, North Chatham Public Library and the Valatie Free Library.