Art House, From the Eyes of Interns

A clay workshop, offered by Art House at the Benjamin Rose Institute. Image courtesy of Art House.

“Thus far, my experience has been very wonderful. Everyone I have met is so passionate about art and sharing that passion with others. It amazes me how much time and effort go into running a nonprofit organization and how incredible the team is that keeps Art House, Inc. thriving. I am so fascinated with how many classes, workshops, open studios Art House offers to the community. Art has always been a huge part of my life. I finally feel like I am a member of an organization whose goals and passions line up with mine.” –– Katelin Uhinck, Kent State University

“Art House creates the opportunity to cultivate creativity through various programming for people of all ages. Through my experience with Art House, I have been granted the opportunity to observe various techniques that inspire how to create art without limitations on art’s definition. Art House has given me a safe space to create and fall in love with the arts all over again, from family clay classes to watercolor after-school courses. Art House uses positive reinforcement and cultural awareness to form a space where everyone and anyone can continue on a path of growth and learning.” — Christina Vitakis, Baldwin Wallace University

3119 Denison Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44109


Family Open Studio, 1-3pm every third Saturday

Family Clay Day, 10am-noon every other fourth Saturday  

Community Culture Night with Stormy Sweitzer, 7-8:30pm Thursday, December 1

The Annual ABCChiliCookOff! Benefit, 1-4pm Saturday, March 11

Visit for new class offerings for adults and children.

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