Art House offers a variety of after school/out of school mask-2time arts programming. Our classes can work to enrich already existing programs, or we can help you create new out of school time experiences in your church, school, business or organization. Art House partners with local CDC and schools in our community as well as outside. Some of these partners include: Bellaire- Puritas Community Development, Old Brooklyn Community Development, Cleveland Catholic Charities and Stockyard Elementary. Programs like Parade the Circle, Day of the Dead and so much more can be designed as after-school activities. Please call or email to receive your own personalized quote.


“Art House has had a tremendous 100_0996impact on our after-school programs at both Charles Eliot and Walton Schools. Students have gained a better appreciation of art and it has allowed our students to learn the importance of working collaboratively as well as building skills in team-building and cooperation. I have personally observed students assisting one another during art activities which reinforces the many skills that we stress regarding good character and support among peers. Our students have participated in a variety of activities such as: wrist band making, clay sculptures, painting, pottery among many others. The art program is one of our most popular programs and it is our hope that this program will continue to have a positive impact on the skills that our students have received.”

– Kevin James
Director of School Based Initiatives, Boys and Girls Club of Cleveland


Art House Inc. employs a knowledgeable and friendly staff that truly get our students to experiment artistically. Through working with our students in our After School Program, Art House Inc. has offered our students the chance to work with different mediums with which they might not be familiar. The level of professionalism and compassion shown by the artists and the staff has us coming back to work with them year after year.”

-Shawn Gilcher
Arts & Science Leadership Academy


For more information, please contact Program Coordinator Emily Splain at or 216.398.8556.