This Week in NYC, Learn to Mix Pigments and Make Your Own Paint with @ArtistCraftsman – Classes in Queens and Brooklyn #ArtTuesday
As other arts stores around the boroughs have shuddered their doors in recent years – RIP Pearl & NY Central Art Supply – Artist & Craftsman Supply persevere, possibly thanks to hands-on workshops and demos like this paint making class, being taught this week at both their Long Island City (Queens) and Park Slope (Brooklyn) locations:
PAINT MAKING DEMOS
Learn to make your own paints from Roger Carmona of Kremer Pigments! Roger will be teaching 2-hour classes at our Long Island City and Park Slope locations this week. The cost of the demo is $10, call store for details and to sign-up today!
ARTIST & CRAFTSMAN SUPPLY
LONG ISLAND CITY
34-09 Queens Blvd * Long Island City, NY 11101
(781) 433-4949 * firstname.lastname@example.org
307 2nd Street * Brooklyn, NY 11215
(781) 499-8080 * email@example.com
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