ArtSpeaks ArtHive is Back! @ The Museum
We have some good news to share with you, The ArtSpeaks Project Studio is open again at the Sault Museum! Call at 705-759-7278 to reserve your spot 🙂
The free-access community art studio known as an ArtHive, is designed for adults and youth (16+yrs) who have been impacted by trauma. We will be continuing to live-streaming from the Museum via our page, @theartspeaksproject on Instagram Stories Live so that those who still prefer to work along from home. Both the on-site and on-line hives will get underway at 5:30 pm and will only go until 7:30pm.
♦ Wednesday September 30th
♦ October 14th
♦ October 21st
Check out the activity card for these art-hives and please feel free to work on these activities on your own and send us pics of your work 🙂
Our ‘ArtSpeaks ArtHive’ is open to adults & youth 16+yrs impacted by trauma & their allies. Each ArtHive session will be located in the Sault Ste. Marie Museum, found at the corner of Queen St. East and East St. Access studio by back parking lot door–buzz to come in, You can find us in the education room on the second floor
Please Note: As Covid-19 is still a major concern, seating is limited to 10 participants only for our in-person ArtHive. Please give the Museum a call at 705-759-7278 to reserve your spot. Please note that face masks will be required for access to the Museum and must be worn during participation in the session. Work tables/seating will be physically distanced to ensure a minimum of 6′ between participants. Gloves will be available for those who prefer to wear them while working with supplies. The sharing of tools will be discouraged and a sanitizing area will be set up to wash/sanitize scissors, markers, paint brushes, etc. during the session.
They are supervised and facilitated by art therapists and community engaged artists; the focus of the sessions is to invite participants to engage in self-directed art-as-therapy processes.
All who participate are viewed as creatives and artists in their own right; participation in the sessions is free of cost. Donations of gently used artist quality supplies will be gleefully accepted.