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You Say Goodbye…

After many many years passing her creative skills onto the youth of our Summer Arts Program, artist and teacher Rebecca Rousseau is leaving for the wide open spaces of Wyoming. Read on to learn a little about where she is headed and what she has done here.   I’ll be heading to Sheridan, Wyoming in July after […]

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Thank You for Creating with Artspace

Thank you for another wonderful summer! From June to August, Artspace’s Summer Arts Program offered more than 60 classes for children and adults. Our classrooms, studios and galleries were once again energized by the creative work of our local community. I had such a great time meeting you and your amazingly creative young artists. The highlight […]

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Summer Arts Program Teacher Feature: Michelle Yellin

Spotlight on Artspace’s Teaching Artists At the Artspace Summer Arts Program, each class is taught by creative, fun and talented artists. Follow along as they tell you a bit more about who they are and what they do. Find out more about Michele Yellin! 1) Tell us about your class and why you’re excited to teach it? At the end of […]

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Summer Arts Program Teacher Feature: Leatha Koefler

Spotlight on Artspace’s Teaching Artists At the Artspace Summer Arts Program, each class is taught by creative, fun and talented artists. Follow along as they tell you a bit more about who they are and what they do.   Find out more about Leatha Koefler, an artist and former public school art teacher who is teaching one class during the Artspace Summer Arts […]

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Summer Arts Program Teacher Feature: Hunter Rion

Spotlight on Artspace’s Teaching Artists At the Artspace Summer Arts Program, each class is taught by creative, fun and talented artists. Follow along as they tell you a bit more about who they are and what they do.   Find out more about Hunter Rion, a public school art teacher who is teaching three classes during the Artspace Summer Arts Program this summer. […]

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Summer Arts Program Teacher Feature: Elizabeth Norval

Spotlight on Artspace’s Teaching Artists At the Artspace Summer Arts Program, each class is taught by creative, fun and talented artists. Follow along as they tell you a bit more about who they are and what they do.   Find out more about Elizabeth Norval, a puppeteer who is teaching one class during the Artspace Summer Arts Program this summer. 1) Tell us about […]

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Connect & Create with Pati Reis

On Saturday, March 19, Artspace artist Pati Reis led an embroidery and bookbinding workshop for our monthly Connect & Create series. The workshop coincided with her exhibition, Stitch Chat, in the Upfront Gallery & Lobby; in which you can see her freehand machine-embroidered artwork, site specific installations, and some of the byproducts (including an old sewing […]

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Process & Product at Artspace

Artspace recently hosted a Process & Product tour for Gramercy Christian School. The Process & Product program is designed for school groups of any age and is intended to coordinate art-making with school curricula while introducing students to the artists that make our community great. After taking a tour of Artspace and meeting the artists […]

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Wrapping Up the Summer Arts Program

As part of the Artspace Summer Arts Program, we’ve seen all sorts of prints, paintings, and pop-up installations created within our hallways and gallery spaces by many budding young talents. It has been wonderful seeing how each child takes to the projects and creates something beautiful and unexpected. Many thanks to everyone that participated in and […]

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Urban Sketch

Young Artist Spotlight: Urban Sketcher

Young Artist Feature: Summer Summer joined us for Urban Sketching with instructor Scott Renk. In this class students embarked on a hands-on journey into the world of urban sketching. Students learned urban sketching techniques and concepts, as well as experimental methods to find stories in the places we take for granted. The class sketched on location around […]

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