If you’re looking to hone your artistic skills, or are curious about what’s happening in the art world of Sandpoint, join us Friday, February 3rd at 5pm at the Pen de Aureil Arts Council’s Joyce Dillon Studio Stop by for birthday parties and open houses.until 7pm
Held at the Conservatory of Music’s Little Carnegie Concert Hall (110 Main Street, Downtown Sandpoint), the event celebrates the studio’s first year of operation.
“Joyce Dillon Studio is fortunate to have such a talented and dedicated group of teachers. Please join us.”
Rust says there will be champagne, a birthday cake and drawings for a free art class. The party will also include an art show featuring JDS teacher artwork and class demonstrations to help potential students decide which classes they would like to take.
“We will have a catalog of classes available and allow attendees to register for classes as they attend the party,” says Rust.
At the end of the first year, JDS committee members reviewed student comments and data for 2022 and were pleased with the positive remarks.
“We found that both new and experienced artists found that small classes and tutoring led to a fun and productive experience. Most people were amazed at their growth, their connections with others, and the fun they had.