Jeffersonville Cuts the Mobile Art Studio Ribbon

A community in southern Indiana wants to make art more accessible to everyone. Jeffersonville celebrated a ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon for the new NoCo Art Mobile studio. The studio will be equipped with art supplies and tools. Resident teacher artists will be available during visits to community partner sites and other events. “This project is really important because it will reduce the barriers to accessing artistic programming in our city. We will be able to connect professional and active artists to the community, regardless of their transportation capacity or access to the center. We’ll be able to bring art right to where people are already,” said Emily Dippie, Public Art Administrator The mobile studio will roll out for its first art workshops in September.

A community in southern Indiana wants to make art more accessible to everyone.

Jeffersonville celebrated a ribbon cutting Thursday afternoon for the new NoCo Art Mobile studio.

The studio will be equipped with art supplies and tools.

Resident teacher artists will be available during community partner site visits and other events.

“This project is really important because it will reduce barriers to accessing arts programming in our city. We will be able to connect professional and active artists to the community, regardless of their transportation capacity or access to downtown. I will be able to bring art directly to where people are already,” said Emily Dippie, Public Art Administrator.

The mobile workshop will go out for its first art workshops in September.

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