Dignity Station Community Art Studio
When COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, The Dignity Station Community Art Studio will be open to anyone in the community. Artists can work on their own, or participate in guided workshops. We encourage family-friendly, creative self-expression through art. Volunteers and art supply donations are welcome.
This studio is part of our outreach program which facilitates artistic expression & can build resilience for better health. As a social enterprise, it has the capacity to create innovative income streaming; supportive of social change.
Dignity Station provides free art supplies to homeless and disabled artists. If you are an art buyer or philanthropist, you may purchase street art originals or prints. Buying art can positively impact the economy and people’s lives as net proceeds go directly to the artist. If you would like to make a donation to Dignity Station, please do so on our DONATE page.
Community Art Studios are not currently being hosted. Check our Facebook page for days, locations, and times.
Dignity Station is grateful for a partnership with A Window Between Worlds, which provides support and training to our staff on workshops that address trauma and build resilience. Cathy Salser founded AWBW in 1991 with one intention — “to use art in a way that would make a difference”. It has.