The Claymobile Story

The Clay Studio is rooted in the belief that all people deserve access to high-quality arts education, and assumes a strong responsibility to engage all segments of its local community.

Since 1994, Claymobile, our award-winning community engagement program, has collaborated with schools, neighborhood organizations, and other social service agencies throughout the Philadelphia region to create innovative, hands-on approaches to learning in a safe and supportive environment. Today, the Claymobile is recognized as one of the most cost-effective arts education opportunities in the region, and serves as a model for similar programs offered around the country.

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Additional Program Info

Download a printable flyer about the Claymobile Program
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Thank you to our 2019-20 Claymobile partners!

11th Street Health Services A Plus AcademyActive Day of Center CityADAC CrusadersAl-Aqsa Islamic SocietyAnna B. Day SchoolArt-ReachAsian Arts InitiativeBayard Taylor SchoolBelmont Academy Charter School Better Tomorrows Camden County Library System - Ferry Ave BranchCamden County Library System - Nilsa I. Cruz-Perez Downtown BranchCamelot Academy EastCamelot Academy of PhiladelphiaCarson Valley Children’s AidCatholic Social Services Children’s VillageChrist the King School CongresoCristo Rey High SchoolDrueding CenterE.M. Stanton School Edison High SchoolEpiscopal Community Services Feltonville School of Arts and SciencesFeria del BarioFree Library of Philadelphia Free Library of Philadelphia - Cecil B Moore Library Free Library of Philadeladelphia - Eastwick Library • Free Library of Philadelphia - Kensington LibraryFree Library of Philadelphia - Lawncrest LibraryFree Library of Philadelphia - Tacony LibraryGeneral Philip Kearny SchoolGeorge Sharswood School Glen Foerd on the DelawareGateway to College - Community College of PhiladelphliaGrace Trinity AcademyHenry A. Brown SchoolHill College House - University of PennsylvaniaHistoric Fair HillHoly Cross Catholic SchoolInglis HouseInLiquidInnovAge LifeInquiry Charter SchoolJames Addams PlaceJames Logan School James R. Ludlow School Jazz on the Ave • John Moffet ElementaryKinder AcademyLaurel Square Health & Rehabilitation CenterLenfest Center - North 10 PhiladephiaMastery Charter - East Camden MiddleMastery Charter School - Molina ElementaryMastery Charter School - Pickett Campus Mastery Charter School - Prep ElementaryMastery Charter School - Thomas CampusMerakeyMercy Neighborhood MinistriesNational Museum of American Jewish HistoryNorris Square Community AllianceOlney Charter High School One Bright Ray Community High SchoolOverbrook High School People for People Charter SchoolPhiladelphia Juvenile Justice Services CenterPhilly Friendship CirclePhillip Murrary HousePiazza Pod Park Please Touch MuseumPop Up PlayPrimrose School of Center CityProject HomeRobin’s Nest Early Learning Center Salvation Army West CorpsSalvation Army Central CorpsSalvation Army Pioneer Corps Salvation Army Tabernacle CorpsSalvation Army Temple CorpsScience Leadership Academy Middle SchoolSolomon Solis-Cohen ElementarySomerset Early Learning AcademySouthwest Leadership Academy Charter SchoolSpring Garden School St. Albert the Great SchoolSt. James SchoolSt. Malachy Catholic SchoolStephen Girard Elementary School Strawberry Mansion High School Summer at Courtyard CampThe Art Well The Baptist Worship CenterThe City School Treehouse BooksVaux Big Picture High School Visitation BVM Catholic School Western Learning CenterWidener Memorial SchoolWilliam Cramp SchoolWilliam H. Hunter School William McKinley Elementary SchoolWomen Against Abuse

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Claymobile works throughout the Philadelphia region. View our map of partner sites!

3k

K-12 students served each year by Claymobile

90%

Claymobile residencies partnering with schools and organizations that serve at least 75% of students with economic need

75%

students in the U.S. who have never had any formal art education (source: NEA)

$25

donation supports a Claymobile class for one student

Community Engagement Manager