CATA is the first Berkshire County organization to win the NEPR Arts & Humanities Award honoring CATA as an outstanding arts organization.
CATA is chosen to participate in the Massachusetts Cultural Council UP Innovation and Learning Network, a new program for nonprofit arts organizations to deepen their commitment to inclusivity, accessibility, and universal design.
CATA is selected by Flynn Volkswagen Audi BMW as the local recipient of BMW’s “Drive for a Cause” promotion, and honored as a recipient of the Berkshire County Deputy Sheriff’s Association Annual Golf Tournament.
“I Am A Part of Art”–CATA’s annual art exhibit–expands to feature CATA artwork at two locations in the summer of 2016: the Clark Art Institute and the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts in Pittsfield.
“CATA at the Clark” features a six-week exhibition of work created by CATA visual artists, an education program for 50 students from the Williamstown Youth Center, a public event to “Meet the Artists,” and a reception attracting more than 100 community members.
40 x 30 x 8, an A.R.T.-specific exhibit, opens at the Good Purpose Gallery in Lee.
CATA expands its programs in the schools to provide 55% more programs in area high schools for students with disabilities.
CATA pilots summer programs at Pittsfield Public Schools for 150 students with disabilities attending summer camp at Egremont Elementary.
CATA receives a highly competitive grant from Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation’s Artists’ Resource Trust recognizing three of our A.R.T. artists as accomplished mid-career artists.
Staff size expands to 7 full-time employees for first time.