• Space made for workshops
  • Free Wi-fi available
  • “Messy” arts OK!
    Floor can get wet, easy to clean
  • Utility sink, stove, oven, refrigerator, and more.
  • Bathroom
  • Plenty of power outlets
  • Adequate free parking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Select Tools available
    (sewing machine, scroll saw, jeweler’s workbench)
  • Television w/ Roku
  • Table setup for 25 students, (room for more)
  • Great lighting
  • …and more!

Rates

Hourly Rates for your workshops and/or groups!
(This option is great for those who want to teach only occasional classes!)

  • $20/hour – Blocks of 3hrs/6hrs

Monthly Rates to Rent Space For Teaching
(Need to book times in advance. Does not apply for Fridays and Saturdays.)

  • 8 hours per month: $140
  • 9-12 hour per month: $200

Guilds:

  • $15/hour- Blocks of 3/6 hrs

Facility Rental for Private Events:

  • $200 per event + $40 Cleaning Fee/Waived for DIY’ers

Think about this…

  1. Carla the sculptor decides to teach a one-time 2-hour sculpting class.
  2. Rent to us would be $40 for this class.
  3. If Carla charges her students $40 per person and has a minimum of 3 or maximum of 6 students she will make between $120-$240
  4. After she pays for her expenses (studio use $40) the remaining amount is all HERS ($80-$200)!

Not bad for 2 hours!

Book The Space!

The Benefits of Teaching Artist Workshops

Teaching artist workshops can positively impact your artistic bottom line in a variety of ways. Not only can you use them as a way to earn extra income, but also to increase your effectiveness at creating and publicizing your art.

Workshops are additionally preferable to non-art-related income producing options because they allow you to continue working with art and don’t require large commitments in terms of time, energy, preparation or overhead. A single workshop can net you anywhere from several hundred to over a thousand dollars. Teach one per month and you can see how the money adds up.

A workshop can stimulate your own creative impulses, help relieve artist’s block, or result in new ideas and inspirations for future work. Selling art is another benefit of teaching workshops.

People attend artist workshops for a variety of reasons and often choose according to how the events are portrayed and what’s being offered. Many of those who sign up have little or no previous experience with art and merely want to relax, have fun and explore their creative sides. Some are even uncomfortable or intimidated around art and want to become more familiar with it. Others want to take art up as a pastime but not invest large amounts of time or effort in ongoing programs of study. Trained artists usually attend them in order to acquire new skills or learn specialized techniques outside of their areas of expertise.