ACLEW Classes & Programs
Kids Ages 5-13, Teens 14-17, Adults 17+
Cutting Edge Theatre Company is opening registration for the fall session of the Acting Conservatory. We make it our mission to offer engaging, personal, and intense classes to help train local talent for the transition into professional theatre and are accepting learners of all ages! Classes take place Saturdays from Oct. 7th-28th at the CETC Studio
Common Space Two, Rm. #207. 10 S. Holland-Sylvania Rd.
Classes are facilitated by highly trained professionals in the Toledo area.
To Register for Classes
Contact us via email
OR by calling: Anne @ (419) 494-4814 OR Courtney @ (419) 704-6184
Reserve your spots today!
*Payment is to be made in full on the first day of Conservatory. Registration ends September 30th

Creativity is the fundamental concept that Arts Council Lake Erie West at Common Space was built upon.  Through the Common Spaces and its resident artists and organizations, classes and workshops in a wide variety of media are offered throughout the year.
Arts and historical programs are offered to schools, clubs and organizations in the region. Many of these arts, history, and earth science programs are customized for your audience so you may integrate it with your school curriculum, class needs or goals and desires. Programs can be tailored to fit most needs and budgets. If you can think it, we can deliver it! Call us today to book your school or group's creative experience today!

The Arts and Sciences Creativity Camp is held annually each summer. The week-long day camps allows children ages 5-14 to have fun using visual arts, theatre and dance while learning the value and connectivity that the creative process has throughout life.

ACLEW produces, hosts and collaborates with others to present exhibitions, festivals and events at various venues throughout the region that are open to the public. Whether it is mounting a local artist’s exhibit or offering classes and programs, or training international visitors about the value of the arts in community life, the Arts Council works throughout the Lake Erie West Region and internationally to build cultural relations, participation, and a sense of community by celebrating the arts and engaging residents and visitors in arts experiences for enjoyment, education, professional development and economic benefit.