Watercolor Mixed-Media Art Classes
Head to Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (room 105) every Wednesday from 6-8pm for watercolor mixed-media art classes. Join us for an imperfect artistic exploration using watercolors, printmaking, acrylics, collages, drawing, and more!
No cost to attend, donate what you can to DNDA. Classes taught by DNDA Teaching Artist Erin Kollar. All ages welcome and no experience required. DNDA will provide tea and art supplies. We encourage you to bring your friends, family, and snacks!
Come to Youngstown from 5-7pm* every Thursday with your family and friends to create art using natural materials. Projects have included creating biodegradable clay sculptures, making seed papers, and much more.
Each class is led by one of our resident teaching artists part of DNDA's affordable housing program for artists at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, including Franc Monke. We are looking forward to exploring all the possibilities of EcoArts with you! All ages welcome and no experience required.
Classes are free, donations to DNDA are encouraged. Donations go directly to paying equitable wages to the teaching artists who lead our art classes and into our broader Delridge community through Art programs.
*New class time effective February 29, 2024.
YOUNGSTOWN CULTURAL ARTS CENTER
Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is an inclusive contemporary multi-arts hub in the Delridge Neighborhood of Southwest Seattle that incubates the arts, art-makers, and organizations from our multicultural, inter-generational communities in order to engage in civic dialogue and meaningful community transformation.
A school for 80 years, and a cultural arts center for the past 13 years, Youngstown has been at the heart of the neighborhood, and a symbol of community, education and the power of art for generations. Today the Youngstown Cultural Arts Center is a vibrant community focused on the arts, youth and sustainable initiatives.