The Irma Freeman Center for Imagination is an arts and green energy community center with a mission to enrich and diversify the local community by building positive experiences in a multicultural, progressive setting. We use art, including the work of Irma Freeman, to nurture the imagination. By instilling confidence through creativity and a knowledge of sustainable living, we strive to make the world a better place.
Our classes and outreach programs include students of all ages, creeds, nationalities and economic incomes. We curate art exhibitions that represent local and global artists. We use recycled and reusable materials and resources whenever possible for our arts and green energy education programming to promote visionary creative project outcomes for the individual, and for the community as a whole.
We serve the community with a variety of happening. These are open to the public of all ages. We also have teen and adult classes, offer summer camps for ages 4 -12 years. Our camps our accessible to pre-k through 6th grade. We have a teen program for junior counselors ages 13 – 18.