ColorfuLaura Creative Studio is located in Plymouth Michigan and owned by Laura Roush, a professional art director and artist who attended Center for Creative Studies in Detroit graduating with a BFA. The studio houses nearly every art or crafting supply you can think of: it's mission is to provide a creative space for the community to gather and also create art with supplies that are usually very cost prohibitive. The lack of a variety can hinder creativity and this space aims to combat that.
Open to all! Sundays 1-4 pm.
Access to craft space, with free materials available.
Come create and drink tea.
If you want to share a skill, an art piece, or have a group discussion about an interest you have, let us know!
accessibility: the studio space is located in the basement, with a dozen stairs.
There's the possibility to have a space on the main floor of the building, which is accessible through an access ramp.
June 1, 2018
The Transition Age Youth (TAY) Academy provides safe, inclusive, youth-led drop-in resource centers in North County San Diego. TAY is dedicated to serving youth and young adults in a manner which is knowledgeable of, and sensitive to, the trauma occurring in their lives. Our Safe Place is an office within TAY who serves LGBTQIA youth. Our regular schedule holds space for art and creativity every week. We are excited to invite your youth and family to share in our warm and vibrant community.
Stony Point Center is a retreat and conference center 35 miles north of NY City in the lower Hudson River Valley. Along with the running of a conference center, we are unique in the fact that there is a continuing and intentional multi-faith community of Muslim, Christians and Jews, known as the Community of Living Traditions. The Art Space, as well as the 1-acre farm, compliments the community's collective efforts to generate the seeds of positive change in the world.
Support for artists--especially would-be artists; space, time, materials, instruction and encouragement.
WHO WE ARE
Art Forms is a youth arts organization designed to provide art-making opportunities to youth who are "on the fringe." We believe in the transformative power of the arts, particularly for marginalized groups. Our space on James Street North is perfectly poised to attract a wide variety of groups since we are located in the heart of Hamilton’s art district, which also houses a handful of youth services. Art Forms has one full-time staff, a steering committee who provides governance, and several community and program partners who contribute in different ways.