Showing off their masterpieces from a CCE Virtual Lesson!

Center for Creative Education Goes Online Creatively

Center for Creative Education (CCE) has created a large catalogue of online lessons for parents, students and teachers. These age-appropriate creative art lessons are intended to help students, teachers and parents during the pandemic and make all learning more accessible and engaging:

  • In the past few weeks, 3,000 unique visitors have accessed these lessons. While many of the visitors are based in Florida, the webpage has been accessed by people in nearly 80 countries, including France, Australia, Argentina, Canada, United Kingdom and India. 
  • CCE’s Teaching Artists are supporting area classroom teachers in their distance learning efforts by sending them weekly standards-aligned, arts-integrated lessons and activities that they can share with their students or incorporate CCE’s creative lesson plans into their own lessons. 
  • CCE has great strategic plans for the future and will fulfill them with your support.  We need your help to continue to provide these creative lessons which are crucial, particularly during challenging times, so that we may get through this and go on to a continued legacy of transforming teaching and learning through creativity and the arts.

“We are excited to see students from all over the world have the opportunity to participate in our programming. We have always known that students don’t draw in Spanish or dance in French, art provides a universal platform for students to engage without the barrier of language,” said Bob Hamon, CCE’s president and CEO.


Show your support and help to spread the word about the work we are accomplishing together to ensure that children from all over have access to creative outlets like these! Only one share on social media can reach hundreds more. Use the hashtag #CreativityWillSaveEducation when you share our efforts. We thank you for your generosity and support!