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Creative Clay 2014–2015 Annual Report

Our Vision To make the arts accessible for all Our Mission To provide expressive, educational and vocational opportunities in the arts for people with obstacles to arts access Creative Clay Cultural Arts Center 1114 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, Florida 33705 www.creativeclay.org • phone: 727-825-0515 • fax: 727-825-0525


Population Served: Adults with Cognitive, Emotional and/or Physical Disabilities Contacts: 12,152 (248 days x 49 people) Funding: Medicaid Waiver, City of St. Petersburg, Florida Division of Cultural Affairs, Duke Energy Highlight: Representative Dwight Dudley hosted five member artists for Developmental Disability Awareness Day at the Capitol. Member artists met with legislators, advocated and drew their portraits.

Population Served: Children and Adults in Healthcare Settings Contacts: 3,645 people Funded by: National Endowment for the Arts, Perconti Data Systems Highlight: Creative Care was awarded the National Endowment for the Arts for the third time. Contact: Marci Davidson

open studio arts scholarship program

Population Served: Young Adults ages 18–22 with Cognitive, Emotional and/or Physical Disabilities Contacts: 3,240 (180 days x 18 people) Funded by: Pinellas County Schools Highlight: Last year 18 student artists had a combined art sales total of $4,744. Contact: Kim Dohrman

Population Served: Adults with Disabilities Contacts: 250 (50 days x 5 people) Funded by: Private Donors Highlight: All participants are full scholarship. Contact: Emily Turnage

Population Served: Adults with Cognitive, Emotional and/or Physical Disabilities Contacts: 992 (248 days x 4 people) Funded by: Vocational Rehabilitation Highlight: Former Transition student, Isabel M., was hired thought vocational rehabilitation placement as a part-time receptionist and gallery attendant at Creative Clay Contact: Marcy Davidson

Population Served: Inclusive camp for children ages 6–12 Contacts: 480 (40 days x 12 children) Funded by: White Family Foundation, Publix, Creative Pinellas, NE Exchange Club Highlight: Each week, campers’ artwork was displayed at the St. Pete Museum of History. Contact: Kim Dohrman

Population Served: Young Adults with Cognitive, Emotional and/or Physical Disabilities Contacts: 320 (40 days x 8 people) Funded by: Pinellas Community Foundation Highlight: 29 scholarships provided Contact: Kim Dohrman

21,079 CONTACTS


EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

Good Folk Gallery Exhibitions ⇒ Five Years of Mail Art with PCCA Gibbs High School ⇒ Paper Art ⇒ The Good Folk Show Invitational ⇒ Gatherings ⇒ Buffalo Soldiers ⇒ Art for Peace, Mail Art with CASA Youth ⇒ Baseball on My Mind ⇒ The Good Earth Invitational ⇒ Painted Poetry ⇒ The Peace Show ⇒ Art from the Heart ⇒ Mirage Community Exhibitions ⇒ Artlink Mahaffey Theater ⇒ West Side Story with the St. Petersburg Opera ⇒ Palm Harbor Library ⇒ Egyptian Exhibit at the St. Pete Museum of History ⇒ Kairos at Venture Compound ⇒ Small Art for Big Hearts at Duncan McClellan Gallery ⇒ ASPEC’s Lewis House at Eckerd College ⇒ Mayan Summer at Strands of Sunshine ⇒ The Variety Show at The Ale & The Witch ⇒ Crossing the Bridge at Pyramid Events ⇒ Folkfest St. Pete 2014 ⇒ Art Walk – second Saturday of every month ⇒ Localtopia ⇒ Art Diversity Event with GE Aviation Legal Group ⇒ Give Day Tampa Bay ⇒ Ready For Life Amazing Race ⇒ PRIDE in the EDGE District ⇒ Arts Alive Free Museum Day ⇒ Carmada at Mahaffey Plaza


Thank You for Your Support!

Revenue

Special Events Fee for Svc-Medicaid

8% 10% 20%

Fee for Svc-Private 26%

Art Sales Grants

4% 6%

Contribu@ons

26%

City of St. Petersburg Culture Builds Florida Pinellas County Schools Perconti Data Systems Pinellas Community Foundation Visit Florida Sherloq Group Chillounge ARTicles Thorpe Chiropractic Indian Rocks Rotary Foundation Catalina Charitable Foundation The White Family Foundation Publix Super Market Charities Northeast Exchange Club of St. Petersburg Palms of Pasadena Hospital PM Services Company Raymond James Les and Elizabeth Scott Norman Smith Tammy and Dan Boldt Dee and Sal Perconti Heloise Jones Joseph Buscher Great Explorations Tampa Bay Times Florida Print Solutions Staybridge Suites Clear Channel Outdoor Ferg’s OT9 Design The Ale & The Witch Discover Downtown

In-Kind

Expenses 5%

Programs 8%

Special Events Admin

14% 3%

9%

Personnel

61%

Professional Fees In-Kind


CC Annual Report FYE 2015