The instructors at the Art Students League of Denver practice what they teach, as evidenced by Revisiting: Celebrating 10 Years of the Visiting Artist Series at ASLD, a special exhibit opening this weekend.
Courtesy ASLD Don Stinson's Lone Star and Pool
Offering art classes for every medium, the 25-year-old ASLD is a community-centric, non-profit, non-accredited art school right in the middle of Denver. Modeled after -- but not affiliated with -- the Art Students League of New York, the league teaches art to amateurs and professionals alike. "Anybody at any level can come and take art classes," says gallery manager Robin Whatley. "We have people who have never picked up a paintbrush in their life, and are curious about creating art. They are welcomed just as much as an advanced professional artist."
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