Come Create with Us!
Each month, InsideOut Studio hosts a class open to the public and taught by our very own artists and staff. These classes teach one to use the techniques and materials needed to create an original piece of art that can later be taken home! From glass and ceramics to paint and canvas there are a whole host of skills that our artists are happy to share, and each class comes with its own unique experiences and prompts to work from.
InsideOut Studio's Community Education Program was awarded the Ohio Arts Council's Artists with Disabilities Access Program for 2022-2023. This award financially supported monthly and private classes.
What to Expect
Each class offered is for a limited time as they change from month to month. Class sizes are limited to 12 individuals and are on a first-come-first-serve basis. The classes take place in the InsideOut Studio and typically take place between 6-8PM. Each class has a sign-up fee to cover the materials used and classes can be accessed here to book your space. Fees vary from class to class depending on the size of the project. Join us in the studio and you'll find the materials pre-prepared and ready for you to pick and choose as needed to create your own unique and custom piece of art! Anything that requires the use of specialized machinery or time to dry can be left and we'll handle the rest. You'll be given a date to drop by and pick it up when it's ready to go to save you the hassle.
ArtsWave-Funded Booker T. Washington Community Art Education Program
Our artists have been earning an income and sharing their love of art with the kiddos at the Booker T. Washington Community Arts Center thanks to ArtsWave! InsideOut Studio artists and staff provided a 6-week summer camp to teach the students at BTW a variety of art mediums, including fused glass, ceramics, mosaics, and painting. This unique opportunity allows our artists to earn an income and gain professional development and enrichment opportunities while at the same time exposing the kiddos at BTW to various forms of art. This partnership was established to support equitable access to arts experiences for youth of all ethnicities while also promoting cross—cultural understanding through the arts.
This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.