Community Arts Classes

The public is invited to receptions for those who took Community Art Classes.

Half the fun of creating art is in the recognition and pride that comes from showing the art to others. That’s why AmadorArts is hosting receptions to celebrate the weeks of creativity that participants recently spent learning various art forms, including painting, mixed media collage, drawing, dance movement, creative writing, scratchboard, and doodle art.

Funding is coming from a Local Impact grant from the California Arts Council, a state agency meant to improve access to the arts for populations who are currently underserved, including: those living in outlying areas, seniors, veterans, and low-income families.