New art studio in San Angelo aims to create community through clay

Kassie Dillworth, far right, works on a project in the Concho Clay Studio at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts on Saturday, Sept. 25, 2021.

SAN ANGELO — Members of the area group looking for a chance to get their fingers soiled and stop up with an original operate of art when they’re accomplished have a new possibility at the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts. They could also close up becoming section of a broader energy to revitalize the local arts scene. 

In an effort and hard work to expand the options for continuing grownup education and learning in the Concho Valley and in partnership with Howard Faculty, the new Concho Clay Studio located at the museum will soon supply lessons in pottery and clay sculpture.

Ariel Bowman, studio supervisor and renowned ceramics artist/instructor, stated the establishment of the clay studio is just one particular of the 1st techniques towards resurrecting the local arts scene in what has traditionally been a spot the place people today designed factors by hand.