Sponsors




Friendly Family Dentistry generously sponsored our Halloween fundraiser, thereby providing scholarships for kids from under served populations to attend CSA's quality summer arts programming. 





Eli Lilly generously supported our scholarship fund, enabling kids from under served populations to attend CSA's quality summer arts programming. 



Arts Illiana supported "Fusion Spotlight Theater". The project allowed twenty middle- and high-school students from underserved populations to attend a spring, 2016, theater class at the Center. 




The Blues at the Crossroads Festival, in collaboration with Indiana State University's Community Engagement supported "Music is Key". The project enabled kids from underserved populations to attend "Guitar Club", a guitar class, for one academic year. In addition, children received free acoustic guitars. The project took place during the academic years of 2013-14; 2014-15; 2015-16.


The Indiana Arts Commission's PACE program funded the CSA project entitled, "The Big Picture: Literacy Through Art", enabling 45 first-graders from Meadows Elementary, a Title 1 school, to attend daytime programming. Combining visual art and literacy, the program offers connected experiences. These first-graders will continue the program at Meadows through second, third, fourth and fifth grades. 




The Terre Haute Savings Bank generously supported our scholarship fund, enabling kids from under served populations to attend quality arts programming. 




The Indiana Arts Commission funded the CSA project entitled, "Rock Camp!", enabling 10 children from under served populations to attend a one-week resident music camp at no fee. The project took take place July 6-12, 2014 and July 19-24, 2015 on the ISU campus.


The Indiana Arts Commission funded the CSA project entitled, "FUSION", enabling 15 children from Wabash Valley middle schools to attend quality theater classes at no fee. The project took take place in spring, 2014, at West Vigo Middle School in West Terre Haute.

The Wabash Valley Community Foundation funded the CSA project entitled, "Art For Life!", enabling 20 adults with special needs at Developmental Services, Inc., to participate in art therapy classes at no fee. The project took place June 1 - July 31, 2015.

The Wabash Valley Community Foundation funded the CSA project entitled, "African Drumming", enabling 20 children from Sarah Scott Middle School to attend quality after-school music classes at no fee. The project took place in the fall, 2014 and spring, 2015, at Sarah Scott Middle School in Terre Haute. This project was made possible by the WVCF and the ISU COMPETE grant. 


The Wabash Valley Community Foundation funded the CSA project entitled, "Street Art!", enabling 25 children from the Ryves neighborhood to attend quality visual art classes at no fee. The project took place in summer, 2013, at the 14th and Chestnut Community Center in Terre Haute. This project was made possible by the WVCF and the ISU Ryves Neighborhood Partnership Mini-Grant. 



Cox, Zwerner, Gambill & Sullivan generously supported our scholarship fund, enabling kids from under served populations to attend quality arts programming.