Cambria Center for the Arts


Coming March 9 – 11 will be the Celtic folk and world music duo, Four Shillings Short, presenting different concerts for each of their performances. Click here for details about these concerts.


One performance only! Sunday, March 18 at 2:00 PM. Click here to purchase tickets for this outstanding group.

Bus Stop by William Inge will be the first major CCAT stage production of 2018, April 13 – May 6. The preview performance ($15) will be on Thursday evening, April 12. CLICK HERE for more information about Bus Stop and the other major CCAT productions for the year.


The Gallery in March is devoted entirely to the Youth Art Show. Come to the reception for these youthful and energetic artists on Friday, March 2, starting at 5:00 PM. Theatre performances start at 6:00.

Artists’ Notice: You must pick up your artwork(s) from the February show on Tuesday, February 27, 10:00 – noon. (incorrect on printed card schedule)

Gallery hours are Thursday/Friday 1:00 to 4:00 PM; Saturday/Sunday 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

Coming to the Gallery

March 2 – 25 • CUSD students strut their creative stuff for their annual Youth Art Show. Visual art in the Gallery and performances in the Theatre for their high energy reception on Friday, March 2, 5:00 PM.

March 29 – April 29 • The Spring Juried Show. Take-in day is March 27; reception is Friday, March 30. Click here for a downloadable Entry Form.

To see the full 2018 Gallery Schedule, CLICK HERE.


Enrich your life! Help support and participate in Cambria’s premier community art center. Classes, workshops, theatre discounts, and more. Download your CCA/AArts membership application here. Do it today!!

New Watercolor Class

An eight-session class will be offered in March. Click here for more information.

CCA Newsletter

 to read the current CCA newsletter.

To access past newsletters, CLICK HERE.

ART TALK • February 25

“Zoom In” to an art talk by Tom Gould on Sunday, February 25 at 1:00 PM in the conference room at CCA.  Gould will talk about his journey from wanting to paint Outer Space in high school through his life as a professional graphic artist to his present life as a best-selling, award winning Cambria artist.  He will also give a few painting tips to the audience.
“Art Talk” is free for Allied Arts and members and students and a $3.00 donation suggested for non-members.  For more information call 927-3291.

Opportunity for Artists

The Atascadero Library invites local artists to submit jpegs for their next themed exhibit, “It’s All Happening at the Zoo” which runs June thru August. Deadline to submit artwork images via email to May 10, 2018. E-mail Eileen O’Grady for the complete prospectus: