Quality arts programs designed and delivered with you in mind.

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We offer classes in Dance, Music, Theatre and Visual Art for adults and children. Whether it is a new ten-week hybrid class, a CAS UNBOXED™ five-week virtual course, or a single drop-in class, students will be encouraged to grow and learn as artists. Our class schedule provides options to meet virtually or in-person based on the chosen course and comfort level.

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Workshops at CAS are unique one-time experiences designed to give students an immersive and challenging taste of particular genres. Our workshops are taught by our expert, caring, and engaging BW CAS faculty. Offered in a variety of disciplines and for all age groups, there is something for every member of the family to explore!

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Private lessons in music, voice, dance and theatre allow each student to develop independently through careful guidance and mentorship from expert, credentialed faculty.

Lessons are offered at many times during the week and students typically enroll in lessons that meet once a week for a half-hour for the full semester.
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CAS UNBOXED™ brings the quality arts programs you expect from Baldwin Wallace University's Community Arts School straight to your home! Virtual classes are led by expert BW CAS faculty and are specifically designed for an online, 5-week format. All the materials you'll need for the class will be shipped directly to your door before the program begins.

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Stay connected with CAS ensembles including BW Men's Chorus, BW Women's Chorus, and New Horizons Program by participating in a variety of social and engagement opportunities throughout the semester.

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Private Lessons and Group Classes for Ages 4 & up. With careful guidance from specially trained teachers, children learn to play violin through the same natural process that occurs when their children learn to speak. The "Suzuki triangle" of teacher, parent and child provides the stimulation and encouragement that children need to acquire other critical learning skills.