TASOC Safety Guidelines
(as of 9/1/21)

OUR FACILITIES

The studios at the Art School at Old Church serve as a welcoming environment for students of all ages in many disciplines: drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, fiber and paper arts, photography, printmaking, metalsmithing, and more. Our four studios are fully equipped, well lit, and consistently maintained to enhance the art experience of all who join us, whether to study a favorite medium or explore a new creative path. We invite you to stop in and visit. 

Red Studio
Red Studio
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Red Studio
Red Studio
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Blue Studio
Blue Studio
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Blue Studio
Blue Studio
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Kilns
Kilns
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Yellow Studio
Yellow Studio
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Yellow Studio
Yellow Studio
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Green Studio
Green Studio
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Green Studio
Green Studio
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ACCESSIBILITY

The Art School at Old Church is committed to providing a positive experience to all visitors who participate in our classes, workshops, exhibitions, and public programs. When necessary, accommodations will be made to ensure the fullest level of participation for individual needs and abilities. 

We provide barrier free access to visitors using wheelchairs or walkers. Two reserved parking spaces are located on the side of the Art School's main entrance. A valid access parking permit is required. The front entrance is wheelchair accessible, as well as the 3 main floor studios, 2 galleries, and 1 restroom. The Art School ceramics studio in the basement and is not wheelchair accessible. 

Assistive Listening Devices can be made available for artist talks or class lectures with one week's notice by calling the office. Guide dogs are welcome. Upon advance notice, staff will accompany any individual or group through gallery exhibits if assistance is required. The Art School requires two weeks advance notice for requests for special services or programs.

The Art School at Old Church does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national/ethnic origin, disability, gender identity or sexual orientation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, or employment practices.

If you have any questions about your visit, please contact Amy Dudash Robinson, ADA Coordinator, at 201-767-7160.