Being an artist does not have to be isolating. As artists, we learn from each other, and when we are together, unexpected collaborations also happen. Up until now, it’s been challenging to find a place where we can actually spend some time working on our own work in the company of other artists. This Studio Practice is open to all artists, at any level, in any medium (except for clay and stained glass). Bring whatever project you are working on, your own supplies (including easels) and spend a few hours each week working on your art in the company of other artists. The Studio Practice is very open ended - you can share your work in progress, get feedback, ask for help, lead a short educational presentation or exercise, or just create. The expectation is that this is a fluid group, and that over time, the group will evolve and determine the needs and direction of the practice. The Studio Practice is open to most types of art-making, excluding pottery, glass work and other artforms that may not work well in our space - please inquire with email@example.com if you are unsure. This is a single class session with a limited enrollment of 12. Participants in Arts Council of Big Sky Classes do NOT need to have a BASE pass to sign up. Any class payments above the suggested class fee (Take a Class/Give a Class, Help a Neighbor, Sponsor Materials) are tax deductible and will be acknowledged via email for tax purposes.