Make friends. Make art. Make a difference.
More social and confident
Some of my favorite classes are: screen printing, improv and art!
What I like about WCAP: You can express yourself freely and no one will judge.
What would surprise others about WCAP? It’s free!
My favorite WCAP memories are: My first class, the teachers and the summer programs.
WCAP helped make me more: social and confident.
WCAP helped me get involved in the community by: helping out fellow shops and small businesses.
I would tell someone thinking about participating in WCAP that: it’s absolutely awesome!
What other thoughts/experiences would you like to share? I was never a social butterfly and I kept my art private, until WCAP helped my confidence grow. I even tried improv (coming from a girl who has stage fright). WCAP pushed me outside my comfort zone – and I thank them.
A Mother’s Words
'A space for healing through art'
“We had a tragic event in our community that left my 10-year-old son grieving and afraid. The next day, WCAP's doors were open wide, offering a space for healing through art.
“We went, and I watched my son eagerly begin crafting work out of paper with words that showed he was working through his emotions.
“To have that space to not only process your own response, but to be with others – friends and strangers, all acting out of love and kindness, a visual vocabulary so much simpler than words in a moment of crisis.
“It struck me that this is a resource as vital to every community as a post office.”