ArtStreet Workshops

ArtStreet offers hands-on workshops on a variety of topics throughout the year. Come let your creativity flow!

Our Wednesday Workshops are taught by students, faculty and visiting artists, with topics ranging from printmaking to dance to culinary arts. All supplies provided except where noted; no previous experience needed. All Wednesday Workshops are held from 7- 9 pm in ArtStreet Studio E unless otherwise noted. 

Workshops are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. 

Workshops are designed for participants 18 years of age and older. For selected workshops, participants over the age of 12 may be permitted; however, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a participating adult. Please contact the ArtStreet office for additional information.

Workshop size is limited; pre-registration is strongly suggested. Walk-ins welcome as space allows.

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Upcoming Wednesday Workshops

3/19: #ArtStreetSelfieProject
7-9 p.m. ArtStreet Studio E
What makes you feel beautiful? This Wednesday Workshop will talk about self-esteem and how it can be affected by social media. Join the ArtStreet Happenings team, Theta Phi Alpha, and the UD Counseling Center for a presentation, fun selfie photo booth and craft. Refreshments will be provided. Presented in conjunction with the ArtStreet Studio D Gallery Exhibit METAMORPHOSIS: The Inner Beauty Project

3/26: From Concept to Casting - THIS WORKSHOP IS FULL
6-8 p.m. ArtStreet Studio E (please note time change)
This engaging sculpture demonstration is presented in conjunction with Roesch Library's "Art for Citizens and Celebrants" exhibit, celebrating the life and work of sculptor Robert C. Koepnick. Learn the art of sculpture, using special techniques, from local artists John Koepnick, son of Robert, and Virginia Hess, former student of Robert.

4/2: Painting + Public Art
7-9 p.m. ArtStreet Studio E
Come work with HAALO students as we create individual and collaborative paintings together around the subject of how we can instill greater values in our young people through public art projects.