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Congress Heights Arts + Culture Center (CHACC) works to promote the natural enthusiasm of our community expressing themselves, making visual statements of their perceptions and presenting the uniqueness of their individual styles.
According to The World Conference on Arts Education’s “Road Map to Arts Education,” research indicates “introducing learners to artistic processes, while incorporating elements of their own culture into education, cultivates in each individual a sense of creativity and initiative, a fertile imagination, emotional intelligence and a moral “compass”, a capacity for critical reflection, a sense of autonomy, and freedom of thought and action...”
(“Roadmap for Art Education, March 2006 “ UNESCO.org).
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