South Broadway Art Project
7 October, 2016
As a 2016 PNC Project Grant Recpient, the South Broadway Art Project (SBAP) is one of A&E’s newest grantees. Founded in 2006, the South Broadway Art Project strives to teach young people and adults how to enhance their lives through art. Today the organization carries out this mission through a number of unique, affordable programs including Pottery Open Studio, Clay Date Night and the Teen Apprentice Project. Read on for a short description of each, and sign up for your favorite today!
Pottery Open Studio: South Broadway Art Project’s Open Studios are perfect for those new to the world of pottery. Instructors work with ages 7 to adult to help them develop their craft. Attend a two-and-a-half-hour session to make something small or a five-hour session for something a little more complex. Both reservations and drop-ins are welcome, and now through October 16, passes are 20% off with code OPENSTUDIO20.
Clay Date Night: Looking for something new to do for date night or girls’ night out? Look no further than South Broadway Art Project’s BYOB Clay Date Nights. From 7-10pm on Fridays and Saturdays, SBAP offers hand-building and wheel throwing classes for only $45.
Teen Apprentice Project: Middle and high school students with an interest in refining their skill in pottery and developing their work portfolio are invited to South Broadway Art Project’s FREE apprenticeship program. Students meet weekly at The Pottery Studio where they gain hands on experience by working directly with resident artist Sarah Adzick. SBAP is now accepting applications for the 2016-17 program.
For more information on South Broadway Art Project, visit southbroadwayartproject.org