We are very excited to announce our Community Studio Program! Community Studio is a free art program for all ages held in our Barn Studio at the Empower Youth Ranch (2800 State Rt. 125, Bethel, OH 45106). We kick things off this coming Monday, July, 17th at 10 am. See our summer schedule below!
As part of SOIL SERIES: A Social Drawing, we are working to build a safe space for exploring new ideas in the heart of Bethel. Our Community Studios offer a dedicated time and place for creativity, as well as guided activities and prompts. Led by SOIL SERIES artists, Community Studio will invite participants to broaden their definition of art and follow new pathways of thinking and making.
If you or your child would like to participate, or you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY STUDIO: DRAWING – Led by Francesca Fiore and Hillary Wagner
Mondays starting July 17th from 10 am – 12 pm
- What is a drawing? In COMMUNITY STUDIO: DRAWING we will consider this question as we discover new materials and methods for making drawings. All ages are welcome! No experience required!
COMMUNITY STUDIO: “A Million Ways to Make a Poem” – Led by Matthew Kosinski
Tuesdays starting July 18th from 6 pm – 7:30 pm (no workshop July 25th)
- Explore the many possibilities for poetry with poet Matthew Kosinski! Each session will focus on a new way of thinking about poetry. *Ages 13 and up* No experience required!
COMMUNITY STUDIO: SCULPTURE – Led by Hillary Wagner
Wednesdays starting July 19th from 10 am – 12 pm
- Do you love to make things with your hands? Experience the physical side of artmaking with sculptor Hillary Wagner. All ages are welcome! No experience required!
COMMUNITY STUDIO: OPEN STUDIOS – Thursdays starting July 20th from 10 am – 6 pm
- Bring your ideas and your imagination with you to the EY Ranch on Thursdays. Francesca and Hillary will be there every Thursday to oversee a time of free, self-directing art making. We will be available to talk about art and help bring your ideas to life! All are welcome!
We are still looking for donations of art supplies and books to stock our studio/lab. You can find some of our needs listed on our Amazon Wishlist, but we are also happy to accept donations of second-hand goods. If you have supplies you would like to donate, or if you would like to receive updates on upcoming workshops and events, please contact us.
We can’t wait to get started!