Making Art Work

making art work

making art work is an art program of the Carter Burden Center that provides access to arts and arts education to underserved communities and populations. making art work is a unique program that provides opportunities for seniors to engage in creative group activities while learning a new skill such as watercolor or quilt making.  Art and craft classes that are offered to senior centers and programs throughout NYC allow participants to experience the pride that comes from successfully completing a project. Classes are taught by making art work teaching artists, Liz Curtin and Diane Schneck, elite craft artists with years of experience in a wide range of techniques.  Both have exhibited their work and received recognition from the arts community. The teaching staff is constantly developing new projects and initiatives that can bring art to people who might not otherwise have opportunities to participate in creative arts programs.

Yearly projects and classes include the following:


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