California Center for the Arts field trip

Field trip to California Center for the Arts
The art and music loving community of Escondido voted and approved the creation of the California Center for the Arts in 1985. Voters understood the value of arts and arts education for all communities. The $73-million arts center brought music, dance, theater, education, and visual arts to one dynamic campus as part of an overall redevelopment project.

Since opening its doors, the Center has thrived and grown to reconcile the original vision with reality by providing free community events and offering education programs, such as Jazz Jam Sessions, Música en la Plaza, Independence Day Festival, Día de los Muertos Festival, Holiday Tree Lighting and First Wednesdays performances, all free of charge!

The campus includes a 1,523-seat Concert Hall and a 404-seat Center Theater, and over the years these venues have played host to local and international musicians, symphonies, and dance troupes. Art of all types, created by professional and student artists, has been hung in the Centers 9,000-square-foot Museum. Equipped with conference centers and a grand ballroom, the community uses of the center continue to grow.

The Center offers field trip opportunities for all ages and groups. Learning opportunities for groups include art, dance, music, and drama. Integrated disciplines are also offered to group tours, like art & music, dance & math, or art & tableaux. It's definitely a place to bring the kids to learn about art and theater!
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California Center for the Arts, Escondido