Brooklyn ARTery co-owner Susan Siegel is looking for feedback about classes offered at the store. “We want to be a community art space that is more than just a retail store,” she says.
“We are unique in that we offer classes for kids, adults and kids with adults,” she says, adding, however, “we are a new business, and it takes time to figure out what works.”
So, she’s wondering: what classes would you like to see offered locally? What times are convenient for you? Or, if there’s another obstacle keeping you from taking classes, what is it?
Check out the ARTery’s upcoming classes here–including designing and printing stamps and stationery, pickling and fermenting veggies, and making jewelry out of “junk”–and add your two cents about the general schedule/what you’d prefer in the comments. If you have any special requests for very particular classes, be sure to include those too!
Photo via Brooklyn ARTery