All Access Art

‘Changing Lives Through Creativity’

SoCCA All Access is a thriving multi-faceted program that reaches more than 50 individuals weekly.  Fun interactive art sessions taught by professional artists connect adults with intellectual disabilities with their community, provide creative skills training, produce meaningful income and enhance their quality of life through the creative process.

We offer a diverse curriculum that includes fine and fabric art, surface design and collage.  Artists weave, paint, create with clay and more.  Our mission is to provide holistic, integrative arts programs, utilizing a best practices curriculum to target the physical, spiritual and financial needs of SoCCA students.

Thanks to Community Foundation of Greater New Britain, and Jerry's Artarama - West Hartford, CT, the SoCCA All Access Art Program participants are awarded with a plentiful bag of Art Materials to continue with creative exercises while working at home during the Covid 19 pandemic. Read more on the project HERE:

Get Involved!

Welcoming adults with intellectual disabilities to become a member of the
All Access Art Program at SoCCA

All Access Art Sessions are being conducted virtually on Zoom meeting platform hosted by Instructing Director, James Brunelle.  To join the group in either of the two weekly sessions ( Mondays 4:00pm, and Thursdays at 1:00pm, ) please contact James at the number or email address below.

Getting back to workking in the classroom studios August 2020 while state guidlines for soial distancing are in place - All Access Artists meet weekly in Studio Classrooms at SoCCA, 2nd floor (or otherwise noted)

Monday  Art Studio 5:30-7:30pm
Thursday  Weaving Studio 10am-12noon
Thursday Art Studio  5:30-7:30pm
Friday Art Studio  10-12noon
Class Fees:
Zoom Virtual Sessions for Southington Residents: $40/month
In-Studio Sessions for Southington Residents: $10/session
In-Studio Sessions for Non-Residents: $20/Class

Registrations and reservations for seats in sessions are required by contacting:

James Brunelle, Instructing Director All Access Art, SoCCA