Baldwin Wallace University
Community Arts School
A divisional school of Baldwin Wallace University
The Baldwin Wallace University Community Arts School provides arts education to students of all ages, from infants through adults. Our programs include classes and camps in instrumental and vocal music, dance, theatre, and visual art. Our music department also offers a variety of ensembles and private lessons, along with professional development for music educators.
Join us, and we promise you’ll become part of an inspirational arts community that celebrates, explores, and connects individual ability with pathways for artistic growth.
The BW Community Arts School (CAS) is owned and operated by Baldwin Wallace University. Its curricular architecture leverages the expertise of University faculty and our institutional resources including our state of the art facilities. Programming offered through CAS is meant to be accessible for students of all ages and of all abilities. Primary educational focus is placed on the discipline areas of dance, music, theatre and visual art. Participants of the Community Arts School have the unique privileges and opportunities to engage in offerings made available to the larger University campus including, but not limited to, masterclasses, open rehearsals, gallery displays, speaker series and a wide-array of performances.