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Last Call for Art: Autumn Haunt, New Kids' Art Classes, Sugar Skulls, Rodrigo's Fundraiser, and more

Alright folks, this is it! LAST CALL FOR ART for our 2021 Fall virtual art challenge!

Adults in the Inland Empire are invited to submit up to two original artwork entries with a $10 donation to CAA to be considered for cash prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places.

All K-12 aged students in the CNUSD service area are welcome to submit an entry for FREE. Ribbons will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. Get your details here:


Anthropologist and CAA artist, Becky Floyd, will take you on an educational journey of the Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) tradition of Mexico culminating in sugar skull decoration. 2 skulls per person! Family discount! Two sessions: 2pm and 4pm on Saturday, October 16.


CAA children's art teacher, Lori Alarcon, will be teaching art classes for kids 8 years and up starting Saturday, Oct. 16 from 10:30am-12pm. Just $60 for 4 weeks! Sign up here:


Don't miss 🌮 TACO TUESDAY🌮 October 19 at Rodrigo's in Corona! Show them this flyer with your order, and they will donate 20% back to CAA! Can't beat that with deal with a stick!


Friday Watercolors class with Kathryn Duncan is going well.

Look at those happy faces! Want to join them? The next session starts October 29! You can sign up here:


We had some spooktacularly fun Halloween decor workshops recently. Have a peek!


CAA members Laureen, Lori, and Alex enjoyed Plein Air Painting at Rock Vista Park last weekend. Maybe next time, you will join them!


Tuesday, October 10, from 6-8pm in the Gallery. CAA Life Member and world renown artist, Subbodh Maheshwari provided a demonstration of chalk pastels via Zoom to our members in the gallery. Many enjoyed following along and experimenting with this medium for the first time.



  • 🎃 We have a variety of Fall and Halloween (and all occasions!) hand-made art and jewelry in our Gallery Gift Shop! Business hours are 12-4pm, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, excluding most holidays. You can browse before you come in or buy online:


Art happens here!

The Corona Art Association is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit community arts organization that has been serving the artistic needs of our communities since your participation in our events and donations help us to continue to support visual arts education and enjoyment for free or low-cost to residents of all ages and abilities. Thank you.


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