Afterschool Inclusive Art-Making (FREE!)

FOR: Families, caregivers, and their children with disabilities (suggested age 5-12)

: Community Access to the Arts (CATA)
420 Stockbridge Rd, Great Barrington, MA

WHEN: Three consecutive Wednesdays from 4-5pm:

January 25: Create with paint (Cancelled due to snow)
February 1: Fun with collage
February 8: Make your own Valentines!

REGISTER: Registration is preferred* but drop-in’s are welcome: RSVP to Kara Smith, CATA Program Director, at [email protected] or call 413-528-5485. *First 10 families to sign up receive a goody bag!

COVID safety: Vaccinations required for participants ages 17 and up.

About this Program:

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Join CATA for a FREE afterschool art-making program for the whole family!

We invite families, caregivers, and their children with disabilities to attend. Siblings welcome, too! Recommended age range is 5-12, but we are open to all who are interested. Come for one, two, or all three programs—all led by the wonderful artist and CATA faculty member Hilary VanWright. We hope you’ll join us!

CATA is a judgment-free zone. Build connections, meet other parents! Light refreshments provided.

A woman smiling with long brown hair and and black and white head scarf

Meet Hilary VanWright, CATA faculty artist:
“Let’s get creative! Join us for a fun and inclusive art-making program. Come for one class—or all three. We can’t wait to meet you!”



This program is provided by CATA as part of the Mass Culture Council’s CultureRX program, in partnership with BCArc Family Support Program, Berkshire Hills Regional School District, Community Health Programs (CHP), Department of Developmental Services (DDS), Macony Pediatric & Adolescent Medicine, and UCP of Western Massachusetts Family Support Program.


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