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New Logo, Summer Happenings, Upcoming Classes

Recently, CAA board members endeavored to have a new logo developed in advance of our 60th Anniversary (in 2023). Professional graphic designer and CAA member, Kim Mabon volunteered her considerable talent and donated her time to produce our new logo.

And here it is, drum roll please....




For maximum longevity and flexibility, Kim included additional color schemes as well, so you may also see these designs in use:


On August 4th, CAA members Lori Alarcon, Alex Alarcon, and Karla Barney took a group of teens on a tour of the new Cheech Marin Center Chicano Arts and Culture in Riverside. It's an amazing place to visit, and the kids (and adults) truly enjoyed this experience. This opportunity was funded by our Reed Foundation for the Arts grant.


On August 7th, CAA member, Kim Mabon, led this fun and fabulous giant paper sunflower workshop.

If you haven't taken one of Kim's monthly art/craft classes, you are truly missing out! Kim is a natural teacher, and her projects are designed for your success! Her next one is on Sept.3 creating a jumbo sized lighthouse out of clay pots. You can sign up for it here:


At our August General Meeting on the 9th, we were treated to a demonstration on hydro-dipping by Cordy and Suubi Stegall of House of Stegall. Hydro-dipping has all of the whimsy of pour painting without quite as much mess or wastage. We all really enjoyed getting involved in this amazing demo!

Do you have an idea or request for meeting demonstrations, with or without a hands-on component? If so, please reach out to Lori Alarcon at


CAA member and altered books artist, Chris Frausto, taught an altered books class to teens under our Reed Grant on August 10, 2022.


We want to thank everyone who came out to the City of Corona's Night Markets this summer to volunteer, visit, and purchase hand-crafted artisan-made objets d'art from our Gallery Gift Shop. If you missed us, no worries, you can always come visit us at the Historic Civic Center -- we are in suite 145.


Becky Floyd is back with another round of mosaic and stained glass classes. For all the details and to sign up go to

Don't Forget!

Classes and Workshops:

For Adults (16+)

For Kids and Teens

Adaptive Art Classes

(Offered at the Corona Public Library)

  • Teens & Adults (age 14+): Tuesdays 10:00am-12:00pm in the FAM Community room

  • Children (K-6): Thursdays 3:00pm -4:30pm in the Maker Exchange Instructional Room.


We also offer one-time art lessons in the medium of your choice if we have an available artist to work with you, we can host an art activity for your party (e.g., paint and sip, plant party, etc.), we can provide a temporary art exhibit for your business, and more! Please see our website for more info or reach out to us.


Members: Please remember to sign up for Fall 2022 Gallery Sitting now...


To see more events coming up, please visit our main Events page or Calendar:


  • Our Next General Meeting will be September 13th, 6-8pm (always the 2nd Tuesday of the month).

  • Take-In for September "Pets" Art Show is Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, Sept. 16-18 from 12-4pm.

  • Reception for "Pets" Art Show is Saturday, September 24 at 6pm.

  • Have a picture or print that would be perfect if it were only matted and framed? We offer custom mat cutting to members and the public at very competitive pricing! Check out the info on our website:

  • 😎 Member Mingle is on Sundays in the Gallery. Paid CAA members are welcome to mingle in the Gallery on Sundays. Bring your paints, art projects, or other leisure activities, and enjoy some quality social time while you create and relax with other CAA members. **Excludes Take-In and Workshop days.**

  • 📆 Members: Pick your 4 hours per month of gallery sitting:

  • Fine art by our members is for sale in our current show and online! Come in Thursday-Sunday, 12-4pm to see what's available now and peruse individual artist galleries online:

  • Our Gallery Gift Shop is stocked with CARDS, GIFTS and DECOR! All handcrafted by CAA member artists. A portion of the proceeds supports our community arts mission! You can shop in person Thursday - Sunday, 12-4pm or browse online anytime:

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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Corona Art Association is located inside Corona's Historic Civic Center at 815 W 6th St #145, Corona, CA 92882

Business Hours:

Thursday - Sunday, 12pm-4pm

(except holidays!)

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