Sarah Simmons’ exhibition “Portraits” will be on display until April 28th. During late April and early May, we are pleased to offer metal smithing classes. Additionally, our teaching kitchen is hosting taco and salsa classes, as well as several culinary classes tailored specifically for teenagers. Our Summer Camp classes are available online and cater to students of all ages. The Tess Senay Raynovich Art and Earth Eco Art Series is a collaboration between the Sweetwater Center for the Arts and the Irma Freeman Center for Imagination. Through this series, we delve into the vast world of Eco Art. Mavuno vendor applications are open for BIPOC artists. Let Them Cook is Friday, April 21st. Enjoy a delicious meal from of our home chefs and take home the bowl made by one of our talented teaching artists at our ceramic studio.
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