June 30, 2018 1 min read

When we started this workshop back in March 2017, we set it up as a space for kids and their adults. Many adults without kids have come in and asked if they can create too. I realized that we’re limiting ourselves - and now that we’re offering Open Studio for the summer of 2018 (Mon-Fri from 2:00-6:30pm), we’re hoping this will be an alternative to going to the movies or other summer outings. 

A group of friends can come in, grab some Starbuck's or some snacks here at Atlas Park, select a print package and create something for a few hours.

Here are a few shots of our shop in action - I have selected shots that I hope will give you a sense of what the Open Studio will be like. If you have any questions, please send us an email or stop by the shop and we’ll discuss the details of how Open Studio works. Click Here to see our full series of Summer Workshops and available Open Studio packages.

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