• After Care: Summer Arts Camp 2018
  • Summer Arts Camp 2018

    CAC Summer Arts Camp

    * If you are registering for multiple sessions of camp, please note that each week must be purchased separately. All discounts will be applied at checkout. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at education@cacno.org

    Cancellation Policy: Partial or full order cancellations more than four weeks in advance of a reservation will be subject to a 4% fee. Cancellations less than four weeks in advance of a reservation will be subject to a 20% cancellation fee.

    Registration operates on a rolling basis.


    The CAC Summer Arts Camp ignites campers imaginations with classes in Music, Visual Arts, Digital Arts, Theater, Culinary Arts, and Dance. Our camp is an inclusive, safe-space that values each camper’s unique experience and perspective.

    This year our camp’s structure will allow for deeper engagement and specialization. With 90 minute classes and three art disciplines for each session - Digital Arts and Design, Visual Arts, and Performing Arts - campers will have the opportunity to work with our staff of professional artists at a more advanced level. Take a look at what each unique session has to offer!

    Join us to celebrate and view the artwork at our Friday Showcase each week!

    Session 1 (July 9-14): Digital Media with New Orleans Video Access Center, Multi-Media Collage, Music

    Session 2 (July 16-20): Digital Photography, Painting, Theater

    Session 3 (July 23-27): Digital Animation, Artful Food, Spoken Word Poetry

    Session 4 (July 30 - August 3): Digital Media with New Orleans Video Access Center, Drawing & Self Portraits, Dancing Grounds



  • Hancock Whitney White Linen Night 2018

    Whitney White Linen Night is Free to CAC Members (Join Today!--http://cacno.org/membership)


    Free Admission to CAC galleries


    $10 General Admission | Free to CAC Members
    Cash bars, cuisine, and entertainment

    *NEW LOCATION* in CAC’s newly renovated Warehouse (entrance on Camp Street)