The Hodge School Open Studios and Exhibition
Friday, Dec. 2, 6 - 9 p.m. and
Saturday, Dec. 3, 12 - 4 p.m.
Come see artists' studios and work!
The 1904 Hodge Elementary School was converted into artist live-work space in the 1980s. Spacious sunlit classrooms were thoughtfully ‘built out' into residential units while maintaining maximum workspace. Most units still retain the original classroom design, chalkboards included! The cavernous hallways that once reverberated with the chatter of students now serve as exhibition space.
The Hodge School Community is creative, diverse, and ever-changing!
Come see what's happening at The Hodge!
Featuring the work of
Featuring the work of guest and resident artists:
Marcus Bales, Glass Designer
Miguel Brown, Jr., Visual Arts and Music Production
Yoyo Brown, Culinary Arts
Pamela Dodds, Life-Size Paintings, Block Prints
Gary Engle, Photographer
Rafala Green, Labyrinth, Pastels Drawings
Marilyn Kraska, Fiber Arts
Brian Nicholls, Abstract Paintings
Georgia M. Reash, Paintings
Gary B. Roberts, Designer
Charmaine Spencer, Sculpture, Installation
Catherine Stackpole, Fiber Arts
Anna Elizabeth Stanley, Papier Mâché and masks
Kimberlee Venable, Photography
Special! Take a walk through the outdoor Community Labyrinth created this summer by resident artist Rafala Green.
Hodge School Artist Studios is located at 1075 E. 74th St. in the St. Clair-Superior Neighborhood. From St. Clair Ave. turn south on E. 76th St. Go one long block. The Hodge School is the first right in the next block. Plenty of parking available!
While you're in the neighborhood, visit Zygote Press & Gallery, cooperative printmakers and Front Room Gallery, 7209 St. Clair Ave. just two blocks from Hodge School.
Information: pd_studio [at] yahoo [dot] com
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