Crealde School of Art
Crealdé School of Art is a community based nonprofit arts organization established in 1975. Located in beautiful Winter Park—Florida's "City of Arts & Culture"—the school features a year-round curriculum of more than 125 visual arts classes and weekend workshops in painting, drawing, printmaking, digital and traditional photography, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry and glass work for students of all ages, taught by a faculty of over 45 professional working artists in a lush tropical setting. The school also features changing exhibitions in its Alice & William Jenkins Fine Art Gallery and Showalter Hughes Community Gallery, as well as the Contemporary Sculpture Garden. Crealdé is known for its extensive programming that serves diverse populations at no cost. In partnership with the City of Winter Park, Crealdé founded the Hannibal Square Heritage Center in Winter Park’s historic African American community in 2007. The center is home to the award winning "Heritage Collection: Photographs and Oral Histories of West Winter Park" and is open 5 days a week with free admission.