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October ArtStreet Offerings

Check out all of the ArtStreet offerings for the month of October! Class descriptions are outlined below.

Open Studio, Mondays & Tuesdays 11am-4pm

Two days a week, for 5 hours each, the studio space is open to individuals who want to work independently on projects they are interested in. Staff are always available to help with inspiration or questions about art media.

Get it Out! Therapy Group, Wednesday 12-2pm

This is a visual journaling art therapy group aimed at self-reflection and exploration. Join us as we challenge inner dialogues and embrace the process, not the product of art-making.

Pottery Group, Thursdays 10am-1pm

Explore the world of ceramics using fun prompts to learn hand building, wheel throwing, and glazing techniques. Our in-house kiln means that projects can be fired easily.

Garden Club, Thursdays 11am-12pm

Horticulture enthusiasts come together for this seasonal group to plan, plant, and upkeep a community memorial garden. Group generally operates between April – October.

Sewing Club, Thursdays 2-4pm

This is a community sewing group where people of different skill levels work in various areas of textile creation, including hand sewing, machine sewing, fabric dying, clothing alterations.

Self Care Group, Fridays 9:30-11:30am

This skill-building group helps individuals flex their selfcare muscles through exploration in various hobbies, coping strategies, and boundary-setting techniques in a supportive group environment.

Growers Market, select Saturdays from April – November from 8am-12pm

ArtStreet participates and sells art at the Downtown Growers Market at Robinson Park on select Saturday mornings. Clients are encouraged to put any artwork they wish to sell into our inventory & stop by our booth if available. Clients set their own prices for artwork sold and get to keep 100% of the proceeds.

Book Binding pt. 1 & 2, Friday Oct 6th & 13th from 12-2pm

Part of our Skill-Building Workshop series, the Book Binding workshops are a two-part series aimed at teaching people how to make their own journals/notebooks.

Creative Candles Workshop, Friday Oct 20th from 12-2pm

Part of our Skill-Building Workshop series, the Creative Candles workshop is an opportunity to gain experience making and carving candles. WARNING: Hot wax and glass containers must be handled with care!

Shadowbox Workshop, Friday Oct 27th from 12-2pm

Part of our Skill-Building Workshop series, the Shadowbox workshop is an exploration in creating miniatures and dioramas inside small recycled containers.

***All group offerings at ArtStreet are beginner friendly and require no prior experience to participate & are freely available to all Bernallilo County residents. All materials provided.

For all of our classes, please come in anytime before 3:15pm to ensure adequate time for art creation.

Capacity: 20 people.

To find out more about ArtStreet and our upcoming events, contact us at (505) 767-1166 or send us a message.

ArtStreet is located at 1217 1st Street NW on the corner of 1st and Mountain.

Check out our collection of blog posts about ArtStreet.


ArtStreet is a community art studio accessible to all artists regardless of their housing status. Through our Open Art Studios, Therapeutic Art-Based Groups, Art-Focused Outreach and Multiple Art Shows and Selling Events, we provide artists with an opportunity to grow as individuals and art makers in the community. ArtStreet focuses on using art as a way of building community, self-efficacy and self-sufficiency. ArtStreet gives artists a common forum to share their experiences, create art, and increase awareness of issues of homelessness.

ArtStreet projects are made possible, in part, by funding from the City of Albuquerque Urban Enhancement Trust Fund and by New Mexico Arts, a division of the Department of Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

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