Summer Class Schedule 

Gathering in person again is something I notice many of us (myself included) are taking in baby steps. Redefining personal space, a sense of safety, and even how to communicate are all challenges that need gentle patience.

My goal is for 1403ArtSpace to be somewhere you and your people can come to gently, patiently reconnect, with others and with yourself. 

Visit here for our Covid safety practices, and please complete this brief survey to offer input on how 1403ArtSpace can serve you!

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OPEN STUDIO FOR SOCIAL REINTEGRATION

Age: 12 - Adult (vaccinated)

Instructor: N/A

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Sheltering-in-place, social distancing and online learning have left a hole in our lives and our spirits. Refilling that hole will take time and patience. Here, we will simply hold space to reintegrate as social beings. Bring whatever you're working on and/or play with our supplies. Expect no expectations, and tea.

Open Studio is free, but register so we know to expect you!

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MAKE ART LIKE A KID AGAIN

Age: Adult (vaccinated)

Instructor: Various

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Picasso famously said “Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up." 

This series features a different project and/or teaching artist each class. We'll try subversive embroidery, silk-painting, paper marbling, gel printing and much more! The intention is free, creative flow in community, without judgements or goals. 

 

All supplies provided

$35 per class or $30 for 8 pre-paid. 

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ART JOURNALING -ONLINE-

Age: Multi-gen

Instructor: Lorelei Amato

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Art journaling can help us maintain a creative practice, organize our thoughts and emotions, and get to know ourselves better. 

This all-ages online class is a great way for families and friends to connect. We'll be inspired by classic techniques like watercolor and collage, as well as pop-up, altered book and much more!

$200 for the 6 class series, or barter.

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DOLL MAKING TECHNIQUES

Age: 13 - Adult (vaccinated)

Instructor: Lorelei Amato

Date: TBD

Time: TBD

Starting with the historic and cultural significance of dolls, we'll make folk dolls like corn husk, rag and paper dolls, then try modern techniques like wire armature and air-dry clay.  

 

Those interested in doll making as a healing/spiritual path, visit Barb Kobe's Healing Doll Way.

All supplies provided

$280 for the 8 class series, or barter. 

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