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- Stewpot Alliance
With crisis, comes opportunity for creativity, growth and healing.
The Stewpot Art Program is a community outreach serving the homeless and at-risk populations of Dallas. It is open to people looking for an environment to express and create through the medium of art.
Classes are held daily, Monday through Friday, and exhibitions of work are held monthly throughout the metroplex.
For Open Art Program enrollment, come to the Stewpot front desk at 9:30 am on Fridays and ask to meet the Art Program Director.
Help is needed in procuring art supplies, including acrylic paints, yarn, stretched canvas, drawing pads, brushes, and general supplies
Call or email the Cynthia Brannum, Art Program Director at 214-382-5912.
Link to Artist Catalog - View some of their work
Members of The Stewpot Art Program will be presenting their 2014 work at the Annual “Food for the Soul” exhibit at the Downtown Dallas Public Library’s Bradshaw Gallery (4th floor), from December 7th to January 28th.
This is a large show with a special opening on Sunday, December 7th from 1:30 to 4:00. Refreshments will be provided. The artists will be present at the opening and everyone is invited to come visit with the artists and view their creations.
The J. Erik Jonsson Central Library is located at 1515 Young Street, Dallas TX, 75201. For additional information contact Cynthia Brannum, Stewpot Art Program Director, at 214-746-2785 ext. 235 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.