Crealdé School of Art is a community based nonprofit arts organization established in 1975. It features a year-round curriculum of more than 125 visual
arts classes for students of all ages, taught by a faculty of over 40 working
artists; a renowned Summer ArtCamp for children and teens; a Visiting
Artist Workshop series, three galleries, the Contemporary Sculpture Garden
and award-winning outreach programs. Crealdé’s second campus, the
Hannibal Square Heritage Center, opened in 2007 in partnership with the
City of Winter Park as an extension of Crealdé’s community programs.
Crealdé School of Art, located in Winter Park, FL, is supported in part by a
membership of over 1,200 individuals, families and businesses; United Arts
of Central Florida; the City of Winter Park; Orange County Government through
the Arts & Cultural Affairs Program; the State of Florida Department of State,
Division of Cultural Affairs; The Florida Arts Council; The National Endowment
for the Arts; and various private foundations.
MAIN CAMPUS OFFICE HOURS
Monday to Thursday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Crealdé School of Art offers an affordable, sequential curriculum of more than 125 art classes, plus special workshops, in painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture, film and digital photography, stained glass and jewelry design. Classes are held in three locations: The scenic main campus in Winter Park; the Hannibal Square Heritage Center in Winter Park; and the Jessie Brock Community Center in Winter Garden.
2015 Crealdé Sessions Winter Session, January 20 to March 14 Spring Session, March 30 to May 23 Summer ArtCamp, June 8 to July 31. Summer Session, June 15 to August 8 Fall I Session, August 17 to October 10 Fall II Session, October 19 to December 12
Now registering for Summer ArtCamp! ClickHERE for dates, times and prices.
FROM THE BRONX TO FLORIDA: THE LIFE SCULPTURES OF RIGOBERTO TORRES -- Opening February 6 to May 23 in the Alice & William Jenkins Gallery and the Hannibal Square Heritage Center. Puerto Rican-born sculptor Rigoberto Torres worked in New York City for two decades before moving to Central Florida, where he currently lives and works. Torres' coloful life-size plaster and fiberglass figurative sculptures are rooted in a celebration of daily life in the South Bronx neighborhood where he grew up. Torres has had numerous public installations and exhibitions in major cities throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Brazil and Taiwan. His work is in many collections, including The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, and locally at Orlando Museum of Art.