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Cheaha Creative Arts, Inc.

A premier organization providing Affordable Fine Arts Education


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The Cheaha Creative Arts organization is the manager of multi-disciplinary fine arts after-school program, housed in the National Registered Historic Gov. Tomas E. Kilby House through the approval of the Anniston City Board of Education.

The mission of Cheaha Creative Arts, Inc. is to provide fine arts education to children and adults, changing the trajectory of their lives in a positive manner through exposure to the various arts.

The vision of Cheaha Creative Arts, Inc. is to be the premier center for affordable community-oriented arts education in the Calhoun County, Alabama area. We serve Anniston, Oxford, Jacksonnville, Weaver, and the surrounding areas.

Standards of ExcellenceCheaha Creative Arts, Inc. is proudly accredited by the Standards for Excellence Institute® as having met all the requirements of the Standards for Excellence ®: An Ethics and Accountability Code for the Nonprofit Sector.



“Arts education not only enhances students' understanding of the world around them, but it also broadens their perspective on traditional academics. The arts give us the creativity to express ourselves, while challenging our intellect.”
--Dr. Terry Bergeson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Washington State, November 2001

ScienceDaily (Nov. 5, 2008) — A Harvard-based study has found that children who study a musical instrument for at least three years outperform children with no instrumental training—not only in tests of auditory discrimination and finger dexterity (skills honed by the study of a musical instrument), but also on tests measuring verbal ability and visual pattern completion (skills not normally associated with music).

“It is important to note that while studies show positive influences in other academic areas, music and the Fine Arts are an academic discipline that are, as the other academics, an independent way of learning and knowing.”

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1201 Woodstock Ave, Anniston, AL 36201

Mail: PO Box 5097, Anniston, AL 36205-0097

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