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Igimo Art Station

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Led by dedicated teaching artist, Sally Brucker, our Drawing and Painting Program features weekly creative lessons, all designed to challenge and inspire student artists to reach new heights of artistic achievement, learn new skills, and make new friends in a supportive and nurturing environment. Our Drawing & Painting Program for Children spans the entire school year. Classes meet once a week and are ongoing from September through June, followed by a summer camp program. Consistent participation is encouraged to maximize artistic skill-building and confidence. Students may enroll at any time during the year if there is availability. High quality art supplies are provided with each class. Weekly Drawing and Painting classes for teens and adults span the school year with occasional summer classes. We offer a wide range of classes to suit all skill levels. Basic adult classes are perfect for beginners or anyone who would like to sharpen rusty skills. Our adult students enjoy a relaxed, peaceful atmosphere, fueled by imagination and inspiration, discussion and creativity. Advanced students, ages 13 and up, are welcome to stretch their abilities by signing up for adult classes. Subject matter in these classes is more sophisticated, designed to hone realistic drawing skills and advanced painting techniques. Check our special events calendar for advanced workshops throughout the year. For 15 years, owner Sally Brucker has inspired nearly 6,000 children and adults on Seattle's Eastside communities. Now, she's bringing a creative zone to Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood. The Igimo Art Station welcomes students of all ages and skill levels, providing a supportive, creative atmosphere to encourage the discovery and development of artistic brilliance. In addition to our in-studio drawing and painting classes, summer camps, and private parties, we provide art classes to go! Our enrichment programs offer art education services to schools, community centers and senior centers. We take care of the supplies, so you don't have to worry about the mess. Just sit back, relax and create! "Igimo is the inner curiosity of a child with creative spark; or in other words, a person who likes to get messy, use their imagination, freely create, explore and have fun!" -Sally Brucker The name Igimo came from Sally's mother who crafted the term as an endearing nickname for her children. Discover your Inner Igimo Pronounced: iggy-mo

Igimo Art Station

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Igimo Art Station - Columbia City

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