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Studio Art2019-06-11T12:46:28-05:00

Create • Connect • Discover • Thrive

Our Studio Art program provides weekly classes for the dedicated artist in a calming space that supports self-expression, discovery, and personal growth.

Studio artists are supported to:

• Expand creativity and artistic knowledge.
• Build trust in themselves and others.
• Grow soft skills/life skills.
• Express their “voice” through the medium of art.
• Create personal income through art sales opportunities.

The benefits of the art making experience are abundant!
The latest evidence-based findings report that
after engagement in the arts:

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experienced improvement in mood and self-esteem
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engaged in physical activity
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ate healthier

A studio artist is a person with a:

• Strong desire to be in art class.
• Commitment to attending their class each week.
• Motivation to work on a project over multiple class sessions.
• Openness to receiving instruction.
• A focus to work independently for short periods of time (at least 10 minutes).

Welcome to the See Me Gallery!

The naming of the gallery was developed through a collaboration of staff and artists who are clients of PRI.  The artists made the final vote on which name best represents what showing their art in this gallery means to them.

Exhibiting Artist:

Anastasia G

See Anastasia’s Gallery

Chris N

See Chris’ Gallery

Maureen T

See Maureen’s Gallery

Candice Simpson, Art Director

Candice Simpson, a professional artist with over 18 years’ experience, is an advocate for the integration of the arts to create healing spaces and experiences. Her work can be found in the collections of several healing and wellness locations, such as Hennepin County Medical Center, Children’s Minnesota, and Lakeview Hospital in Stillwater. Candice has taught and mentored people of all ages and abilities for over 16 years. She is currently Art Director at Partnership Resources Inc. Candice has also worked as artist in residence and lead workshops with several organizations supporting people with disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.

For more information contact:
Candice Simpson, Art Director
612-331-2075

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