CREATIVE 360 HOSTS STUDENT & STAFF ART SHOW JUNE 29

Creative 360 announces a chance to snag some unique and affordable arts and crafts created by Express Yourself Artshop students and staff on Saturday, June 29 from 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The show will be in the Creative 360 gallery at 1517 Bayliss St. in Midland and offer an opportunity to meet with the artists and to purchase cupcakes, muffins and cookies baked the cooking students. At noon, the Artshop Acting class will perform a selection from “Alice in Wonderland.” Entry is free with sale proceeds going to the artists and the Express Yourself Artshop program.

“Shoppers will be amazed at the many one-of-a-kind quality creations offered by our talented students and staff,” said Artshop Program Coordinator, Allise Noble. Everyone has been working hard to make this a beneficial event for all involved.”

The price range for items is $1.00 to $50 and includes birdhouses, jewelry, crocheted dish cloths and blankets, original paintings, ceramic sculpture, hand-painted glassware, fiber art, stuffed animals, and magnets.

About Express Yourself Artshop
Creative 360’s Express Yourself Artshop program provides opportunities for arts education to people of all ages and abilities including those with disabilities. An Inclusive program, everyone is welcome to join an Artshop class or workshop, especially if you prefer a more relaxed pace as you create. Artshop is a safe and caring community of teachers, artists, students and staff that encourages and promotes each person’s self-expression through the arts.

About Creative 360
Creative 360 is a not-for-profit community arts and wellness organization founded in 1994. Its mission is to create environments that allow people of all ages and abilities to experience the creative process, and to enhance physical, mental and spiritual wellness through the arts and humanities. The organization’s core values of inclusiveness, creativity, respect and community drive the culture at Creative 360. Activities at Creative 360 are supported in part by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, Midland Area Community Foundation and the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow Foundation.