Firehouse Art Center’s Art Attack program is designed especially for children living at Casa de la Esperanza, a residential community dedicated to helping agricultural workers and their families. During the school year, 4-12 students are involved in weekly classes that explore creativity, group acceptance, cooperation, project planning, and exposure to varied ways of art creating. The purpose of Art Attack is to provide a space to create outside the classroom setting, while still providing structure and access to instruction and feedback.
Our bilingual art instructor is Joyanna Gittings. Her Studio, Obra Arts Studio and Salón, is located in Downtown Longmont, with a mission of promoting visual arts and fostering their power as a vehicle for cross-cultural connection in her community. Her work flows by one central theme: tenderness. She works to bring tenderness to everyday life with her paintings, to make it tangible and brilliant and so fiercely evident it physically warms the viewer.
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