Friday, March 19, 2010

The Artist's Cafe Products & Services

Residency Studios
The residency studios at The Artist Cafe are low cost studio space for the beginner, emerging and professional artist, providing individual work space to store art supplies and create art. Resident artists will have 24/7 access to their studio and use of the Open-Art Studio space to administer their own art classes.

Open-Art Studio
The Open-Art Studio will provide studio space for artists of all levels to start or finish an art project in an environment focused on support, encouragement, and individuality. This studio space can be rented by the hour on specific days. The Open-Art Studio will offer use of "The Art Bar" and "The People's Lounge".
The Open-Art Studio will also be available for visiting Instructors to rent class room space to administer their own personal workshops.

The Art Bar
This art area invites participants of the Open-Art Studio to freely explore their creativity and curiosity. The Bar will be stocked with an evolving supply of creative and challenging material.

The People's Lounge
This area of The Artist's Cafe is the resource Library that is specifically designed to offer exposure to the current art scene. The Lounge will be stocked with the latest art medium magazines and selective classic art books. Lounge material is available for all visitors to The Artist's Cafe interested in furthering their knowledge of art.

The Daily Special
This service is offered thru the Open-Art Studio. The Artist Cafe will host community venues presenting instructional and recreational classes. Classes provide diverse opportunities each year, including community classes with exceptional instructors and unique workshops with nationally known artists. Class options are available for every level of experience from beginner to emerging, and the professional artist.

Wall Reservations
The Artist Cafe wants to support all local artist by offering an affordable display area. Monthly wall space will be available for rent for resident and non-resident artists to display there art.

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