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Seattle Artist League takes over former Greenwood Food Bank building

August 12th, 2016 · Comments

Seattle Artist League has opened in the space formerly occupied by the Greenwood Food Bank, at 9030 Greenwood Ave. N. Until the building is demolished and the property redeveloped, the League will offer art classes in various mediums.

Summer classes including Beginning Oil Painting; Observational Drawing; Acrylic, Collage, and Assemblage; and Urban Landscape: watercolor with power, attitude, and mood.

Seattle Artist League was founded by a student and a teacher, with the belief that everyone can benefit from a daily dose of art. Whether it is through a weekly class, a workshop, regular studio work, or reading a daily blog post about an artist, we believe that art is a benefit to everyone.

The mission of the Seattle Artist League is to facilitate a thriving community of artistically active people by offering creative space and intellectually informed, hands-on art instruction. The League integrates a studio-based education with academic framework in 2D visual arts media. Our instructors are professional working artists, gathered to foster an environment where the unique talents and perspectives of individual students can emerge and flourish.

The League’s phone number is 206-483-9749.

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