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The Pelham Art Center aims to make art accessible to everyone through a range of programs including art education, affordable art classes, and need-based scholarships. The Pelham Art Center has initiated outreach programs to bring art to under-served communities and reaches over 16,000 people per year through the arts. Programming is available for all ages, from toddlers to seniors. Classes and workshops have included drawing, painting, ceramics, collage, digital design, fashion illustration, book making, writing, floral arranging, printmaking, digital video, and animation.


2021-22 Outreach Partners Included:

Mount Vernon City School District, (summer programs located at Mount Vernon HS & Graham School)

Youth Community Outreach Program (YCOP, Mount Vernon)

Eastchester Community Action Program (ECAP, Eastchester)

United Disabled Individuals, Inc. (virtual workshop)

Girl Scouts (multiple troops and locations)

Friendship for Tots (Mount Vernon)

Mount Vernon Basics

Project Community (onsite, Project CHILDD for youth with developmental disabilities)

Amani Public Charter School (multiple programs 4 Quarters)

Shake Rattle & Roll (music for kids, onsite in Winter)

Gifted & Talented Program (Mount Vernon with students from 9 elementary schools) came to PAC for an onsite program

Rebecca Turner Elementary School, Williams Elementary School, Columbus School, Traphagen School, Graham Elementary School, Holmes Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School and Pennington School in Mount Vernon

Lunchtime enrichment programs at Hutchinson Elementary (Pelham) and workshops for Daniel Webster Elementary (New Rochelle)



Need based scholarships for classes and workshops are available for all ages from the Pelham Art Center throughout the year. We believe art should be accessible for everyone.