Join us for the Senior Arts Showcase on Thursday, October 27, from 6:30 - 8:00pm at Arlington Hills Community Center located at 1200 Payne Ave, St. Paul.
This event features an art exhibit by adult students of artist Shakun Maheshwari and readings by members of East Side Arts Council’s poetry workshop taught by poet Margaret Hasse, including Joan Bergman, Jan Borofka, Nancy Bundy, Mem Lloyd, Jan Mandell, Judy Nobles, Anne Picard, Daniel Shaw, David Shove, Romi Slowiak, Marcy Steinberg, Joyce Stockton, and Roslye Ultan. Attendees are welcome to enjoy refreshments and bring a creative writing piece to share at Open Mic.
Free and open to the public. No reservations necessary.
Learn how to draw or refresh your drawing skills with Lara Hanson, artist, art educator and owner of Moving Line Studio. Lara’s belief is that anyone can learn to draw, it’s just a matter of attitude and practice. She provides an atmosphere that is relaxed but focused and encourages students to find meaning in their drawing process as well as in the product. The class will give students the opportunity to explore both abstract and realistic approaches to drawing.
Margaret Hasse, poet and teacher, will lead part two of her poetry writing workshop. She’ll offer writing suggestions, inspirational examples, and helpful feedback. Session two focuses on presentation of work. Margaret believes in what Brenda Ueland wrote in If You Want To Write: “Everyone is important and has something to say.
After School Arts is in full swing with classes at 10 local Saint Paul Public Schools. Classes this year include Hip Hop, Caribbean Dance, Mixed Media Visual Art, Upscale Fashion Design, B-Girl Break Dance, and more!
During School Artist Residencies are back with co-curricular classes in poetry, puppetry, global dance performance, and more!
A community arts organization offering accessible, low-cost or free arts programs led by accomplished professional artists, ESAC celebrates the diversity of its neighborhood and builds appreciation of the arts.
All our programs are ADA compliant and can be adapted to suit all participants. Please contact the East side Arts Council at (651) 774-5422 if you have special needs or require accommodations.
The mission of the East Side Arts Council is to collaborate with our community and artists to celebrate and experience the arts.
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