We gotta hang in there!
After months and months of social distancing and struggling to recognize our masked friends, we’re longing to return to regular activities. Based on the data and what experts are telling us, however, we’re imagining autumn for in-person classes and events. While we continue to observe safety guidelines, we want you to know our hearts are in it: we are committed to being here for you, back in our building with lots of opportunities to create art.
We promise to keep you updated as things change. In the current situation, we encourage you to continue creating at home—check out virtual class offerings in our bi-weekly newsletter and on our website on the calendar Hoffman Arts (or under each specific program).
You can visit the Hoffman Gallery in-person (masked and socially distanced) and now online to see the most recent hanging art and ceramics. Open Fridays through Sundays 1-5, in March we feature our annual community-wide color show. This year’s theme is Black & Blue. The community show is always a lively and captivating collection of art from individuals up and down the northwest coast.
How about a creative shot in the arm for makers and viewers alike: March in the Gallery
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