We went to Lill Street Gallery on Monday to check out the space, and see if it will be a good place to continue our exploration of pottery throwing when Hands On Art closes. It's the first time I visited the new space, and it's beautiful! There is a great cafe, where we had a very delicious and nutritious lunch. They had a couple of signs that were worth noting.
We toured the space, which is really nice, but unfortunately, kids can only work there when they are actually in a class. If you are an adult and taking classes, you can use the studios, but I think they are afraid kids will just run amok. I will really miss the freedom we had at Hands On Art. Only one month left to take advantage of it...so we'd better head out there soon!
We also checked out the current exhibit, "To China and Back: The Work of Matthew Harris." Max and Otto liked the little porcelain figures who were mounted on various sculptures.