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Partner Organizations

Since its inception in 2004, over 40 organizations have partnered with Community Art Collaborative. Partners have ranged from museums to after-school programs to youth and community centers. These partnerships have made art-making and community-strengthening opportunities available to thousands of Baltimore residents.  

Scroll down to view lists of partner organizations from the current program year, and past program years. 

CAC is now seeking 2018-19 Site Partners that offer after-school arts-based learning programs for K-12 students in Baltimore City.  Information is now available about how to become a New or Returning Site Partner for 2017-18.  For more information on what it is like to become a CAC Host Site, please check out this info sheet: Becoming a CAC Host Site - 2017.

Please email Sedelsburg@mica.edu for more information about the Site Partner Application and about the application process/timeline.  New Host Site Applications will be due in early Spring 2018. (Exact date will be updated soon) The 2018-19 CAC program year will begin in late August 2018, and all site partnerships need to be confirmed by June 1, 2018.   

If you have additional questions, please contact:

Sarah Edelsburg, Program Manager, Community Art Collaborative
Maryland Institute College of Art
1300 Mt. Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21217
Sedelsburg@mica.edu

Please note that each year CAC programs are contingent on approval of funds from the Corporation for National and Community Service.

Partnering with CAC offers your organization these advantages:

  • Dedicated, talented community artists who build your organization's capacity, expand existing programs, or develop new programs 
  • CAC members undergo rigorous training in curriculum development, volunteer management, evaluation, and more
  • Participation in a citywide network of other nonprofits that are CAC host sites
  • Opportunities for training and cultural events on MICA's campus
  • Access to assessment tools that translate your programming into measurable outcomes
  • Exposure and publicity for your organization through CAC events and media outreach
  • Participating in the statewide and national community of AmeriCorps service programs
  • Mentor rising community artists in Baltimore, many of whom go on to become valued staff members at the organizations where they serve
  • And more!

2017-2018 Partner Organizations:

2016-2017 Partner Organizations: 

2015-2016 Partner Organizations

2014-2015 Partner Organizations

  • Access Art
  • Baltimore Orchard Project/CivicWorks
  • The Club at Collington Square
  • Creative Alliance
  • Creative City Public Charter School
  • Jubilee Arts
  • Patterson Park Public Charter School
  • Clancyworks Dance Company
  • Baltimore United Viewfinders
  • Refugee Youth Project
  • 901 Arts

2013-2014 Partner Organizations 

  • 901 Arts
  • Access Art
  • Arts Everyday
  • Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts/ University of Maryland, School of Social Work
  • Baltimore Clayworks
  • Baltimore United Viewfinders
  • ClancyWorks Dance Company
  • Creative City Public Charter School
  • Hampden Family Center
  • Jubilee Arts
  • New Lens Productions
  • Refugee Youth Project
  • Walters Art Museum

2012-2013 Partner Organizations

  • 901 Arts
  • Access Art
  • Baltimore Clayworks
  • Baltimore United Viewfinders/Amazing Grace Church
  • Barclay Elementary Middle School/Greater Homewood Community Corporation
  • Child First Authority
  • Church of the Guardian Angel in Remington
  • City Neighbors Charter School
  • ClancyWorks Dance Company
  • Creative Alliance
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore (GLCCB) 
  • Hampden Family Center
  • Hamilton Elementary Middle School
  • Jubilee Arts 
  • Muse 360
  • New Lens Productions
  • The Club at Collington Square 
  • University of Maryland, School of Social Work/Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts 
  • University of Maryland, School of Social Work/Wolfe Street Academy
  • US Dream Academy 
  • Walters Art Museum/Refugee Youth Project 
  • Waverly Elementary Middle School/Greater Homewood Community Corporation
  • Wide Angle Youth Media

2011-12 Partner Organization

  • 901 Arts
  • Access Art
  • Baltimore Clayworks
  • Baltimore United Viewfinders
  • Barclay Elementary-Middle School/Greater Homewood Community Corporation
  • Barclay Youth Safe Haven
  • Child First Authority
  • The Club at Collington Square
  • Guilford Elementary-Middle School/Greater Homewood Community Corporation
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore (GLCCB)
  • Hampden Family Center
  • Hamilton Elementary-Middle School/Hamilton Arts Collective
  • Higher Achievement
  • Jubilee Arts
  • US Dream Academy
  • Refugee Youth Project
  • Walters Art Museum
  • Wide Angle Youth Media
  • Waverly Elementary-Middle School/Greater Homewood Community Corporation
  • University of Maryland/Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Arts

2010-2011 Partner Organizations

2009-2010 Partner Organizations

Community Art Collaborative is an AmeriCorps program funded in part by a grant from the Maryland Governor's Office on Service and Volunteerism and the Corporation for National and Community Service.

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This page was last updated on 11/06/2017.