Studio Visits at School 33

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Today I visited artist studios at School 33 Art Center. This program has been around since the late 1970’s and provides gorgeous studios at a subsidized price for local artists. Right now there are nine studios and a rolling admission for new artists. In late 2008, School 33 started an artist mentoring program which includes guest speakers, exhibits, and studio visits in order to create dialogue and foster artistic growth in Bmore.

As I visited each studio artist and discussed their work and process with them, I photographed their studio and work, as well as the artists in their studios.

Aaron Yamada-Hanff

Amanda Engels

Rosetta DeBernardinis

Kate MacKinnon

Anne Chan

Bill Tamburrino

Matthew Freel

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