- Community Education Course Descriptions
- Community Education
- Youth Programming
- Weekend Studies Spring 2017
- The credit program offers courses for 2 and 3 credits. For adult learners not interested in receiving college credit, any credit course may be taken on a NON-CREDIT basis. Classes open to all.
Areas of study:
Westchester Community College Center for the Arts is an official extension site of Westchester Community College. As such, credit courses offered at the Center may be used to fulfill the requirements of a variety of degree and certificate programs offered by the College. As a visual arts center, the credit courses are particularly relevant for students pursing the Associate of Arts Degree in Visual Arts, The Certificate of Applied Art, and the Certificate in Digital Arts. The Center offers hands-on, individualized instruction for all ages and skill levels, beginning through advanced, in day, evening, and weekend programs, with classes open to all. Prospective students wishing to explore their creativity may also investigate pursuing a part-time or full-time career in the arts and crafts. The center offers both the beginner and the more seasoned artist a wide variety of flexible and challenging courses. 3-credit classes in Photography, Computer Arts, Art Therapy, Art History, Drawing, Painting and Sculpture are offered four times a year. 2-credit classes in Painting, Drawing, Jewelry Design/Metal, Calligraphy, Glass, Ceramics, Sculpture, Art Portfolio for Teens, and Design are offered in the Fall and Spring semesters.