Oxygen launches Fall semester with an open house event on September 8
Oxygen Art Centre (OAC) is excited to launch their education program for Fall of 2023 with an Open House event on Friday September 8, 2023, from 5:00 – 7:00 pm.
Oxygen welcomes the community to meet the artist instructors, take part in demonstrations, readings, and art-making activities, and learn more about the upcoming classes and workshops. Admission is free or by donation. Light refreshments will be available. Everyone is welcome.
The Fall semester features twenty courses in a myriad of disciplines including writing, film, singing, acting, painting, and drawing. Oxygen’s unique programming and incredible local artist instructors provide a rich experience to learn creatively together.
Throughout the semester Oxygen will offer affordable community-based programming including Figure Drawing, Painting the Model, and Art Speak and is once again partnering with the Polka Dot Dragon Arts Society to offer two workshops: Remembrance Luminaria and Letters to the Beyond where participants are encouraged to bring their creations to the celebration of All Souls on Sunday November 5th.
To register and learn more about the semesters, classes, and instructors, visit Oxygen’s website. Registration takes place through Google Forms on a first-come first-serve basis. Class sizes are small, ranging from seven to twelve students in each.
Registration is now open. Contact Oxygen’s Education Coordinator, Natasha Smith at email@example.com or 250-551-6329 with any questions.
Join the magic that is learning a new skill and exploring creative processes this Fall at Oxygen Art Centre.
Photo Cutline: Oxygen’s Faculty, 2023
Press Contact: Natasha Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
Natasha Smith (she/her)
Education Coordinator/ oxygen art centre
#3 – 320 Vernon St. Alley Entrance.
Nelson, British Columbia
Tel: 250 551 6329
Oxygen Art Centre acknowledges with gratitude that we are located on the tum xula7xw/ traditional territory of the sn̓ʕay̓ckstx/the Sinixt People. As uninvited guests we honour their ongoing presence on this land. We recognize that the Sinixt Arrow Lakes, Sylix, Ktuxana, and Yaqan Nukij Lower Kootenay Band peoples are also connected with this land, as are Métis and many diverse Indigenous persons.