CAL announces grand opening of new programming space on E. 105th Street in Glenville

The public event is October 21 from1-5pm at 1470 E. 105th Street and serves as a kickoff to CAL's Makers and Mentors Afterschool Art Clubs.


Expand your teaching artist skills with CAL!

Join us for the November session of Module Three: Behavior Management. Supported by the Edwin D. Northrup II Fund, a PNC Charitable Trust.


STEAM Saturdays at CAL

STEAM Saturdays

STEAM Saturdays are back at Center for Arts-Inspired Learning. This year's workshops will include photography, game design, coding, stop motion animation, and digital comic books. Check out the complete schedule and register today!


CAL awarded NEA Big Read grant for 2018-'19.

NEA Big Read returns to Cleveland!

CAL awarded NEA Big Read grant for 2018-'19. Community to read and celebrate Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine in February 2019.


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CAL's 2018-19 Resource Guide

Check out our new programs in CAL’s 2018-19 Resource Guide

CAL is excited to offer many new programs this year! Dowload the 2018-19 Resource Guide to see a sample of our current program offerings.



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Who Are We?

The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning unites art and education to change lives. Our professional teaching artists use the arts to:

  • Teach Problem Solving and Creative Thinking
  • Build on Curricular Needs
  • Engage and Inspire Students
  • Motivate Students to Succeed

Programs are available for PreK-12 Grade students, are aligned core curriculum, and can be customized for curricular needs. Programs are available during school, after-school, and out-of-school time.

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