Each summer, for seven weeks, the Artmobile! van—packed with supplies—winds through the streets of the East Side, rain or shine, sticky or cool. No registration is required for the free, drop-in art classes taught by professional artists in area parks and recreation centers. Participation is open to all. Last year, the Artmobile reached more than 1,000 kids.July 8th-12th: Gita Ghei, copper artJuly 15th-July 19th: Mayumi Amada, sculptureJuly 22rd-26th: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, bookmakingJuly 29th-August 2nd: David Sutton, music and compositionAugust 5th-9th: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, bookmakingAugust 12th-16th: Alanna Morris, African DanceAugust 19th-23rd: Rose Marie Felsheim and Ali Maki
SESSION I: July 8–26 1–3pmMon: Wilder Recreation CenterTue: Hazel Park Recreation CenterWed: Phalen Recreation CenterThur: Hayden Heights Recreation CenterFri: McDonough Recreation Center SESSION II: July 29-Aug 23 1–3pmMon: Merrick Recreation CenterTue: Ames Lake Community CenterWed: Dayton’s Bluff Recreation CenterThur: Duluth & Case Recreation CenterFri: Conway Community Center
The Artmobile is made possible, in part, by funds provided by the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council from an appropriation by the Minnesota Legislature. Additional funds for this activity are provided by the Medtronic Arts Access Program, the Elmer L. & Eleanor J. Andersen Foundation, and the Arts and Diversity Committee of the St. Paul Travelers generous support made available through a grant to COMPAS
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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