Expression in the arts enriches our lives

index_2_405378529 index_2_867777279The Community Arts Project was founded in 1988 and endeavors to create environments that enable people to freely explore healthy avenues of learning and expression in the arts, believing that this enriches the lives of all who live and work in our north Oregon Coast communities.

Every summer since 1995, CAP has presented its children’s art program, Slug Soup. In 2002, funded by a three-year start-up grant from a local foundation, CAP initiated its Art Literacy program at Nestucca Valley Elementary School. A second Art Literacy program was begun in 2005 at Garibaldi Grade School.

image298CAP’s programs have gained enthusiastic support from students, teachers, administrators, parents, community members and local businesses. Our CAP fundraising events spotlight the arts and are well-attended. We are active and viable non-profit organization with a very successful record of providing meaningful and enjoyable art experiences for people of all ages.

Registration in open!
Slug Soup – Art for Young People with Unique Tastes

One-week summer art day camp
Open to young people in grades pre-K through 12 (80+ attend each year!)
more than a dozen classes taught by local artists and teachers (painting, printmaking, sculpture, bookmaking, calligraphy, collage, and more!)
affordable tuition; financial assistance available

For more information about Slug Soup, to receive a registration flyer, or to volunteer, contact CAP.

Slug Soup 2014

Monday, June 23 through Friday, June 27, 2014
Nestucca Jr/Sr High School in Cloverdale, OR
16 art classes for students pre-school (3 yrs old and bathroom trained) through grade 12
Morning and afternoon classes
End-of-Week Celebration, Friday, June 27, 2:30 – 3:30 at the school. All families, friends, neighbors, supporters are welcome.
Registration information will be mailed in early May. Click on “contact CAP” above if you would like to be added to the mailing list or have questions.
Financial assistance available
Hope to see you for our 18th year of creative fun!

Use this downloadable flyer to register your student for Slug Soup 2014:
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To make a donation to Slug Soup using a credit or debit card with the secure on-line program, PayPal, click on the button below:

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