Art & Ceramics

Art & Ceramics

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Art, craft & ceramics classes

In the St. Ann Center art studio, budding painters and potters are encouraged to show their true colors. Guided by art instructors, our children and adults explore how making art allows them to express themselves through a variety of media—with beautiful, eye-catching results.

The community is invited to discover their inner artist at St. Ann Center, too. Public art classes are easy to schedule.

Creating an egg carton flower

St. Ann Center provides:

  • Ceramics classes designed to meet individual needs.
  • Community art classes Sessions incorporate basic goals aimed at building social skills, self-esteem, fine motor skills and creative techniques
Cost: Prices for community classes are affordable, and the best art materials are provided.

Support from generous people, like you, creates this joyful intergenerational community.

‘Seasons of Life’ art gallery

Open to the public Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. at the Stein campus

  • Bimonthly exhibits encourage art appreciation and enrichment
  • Local artists and St. Ann Center children, adults and staff also have an opportunity to display and sell their artwork

As our new Bucyrus Campus continues to grow, we will add more special programs to mirror all those available at the Stein Campus. Visit our website often to watch our progress!

Jean, painting her ceramics

Stein Campus

Yolanda Jones, Art Program Director
(414) 977-5063 // yolandaart@stanncenter.org

Ivory Cainion, Ceramics Program
(414) 977-5038 // icainion@stanncenter.org


For information about the Seasons of Life Art Gallery call (414) 977-5040

Bucyrus Campus

Help us build art opportunities at the Bucyrus Campus! Contact Casey Rozanski at (414) 977-5062 or crozanski@stanncenter.org

There’s always something new to learn in the art room. I’ve made ceramic cups and statues, strung beads and made a blue jean planter. I also enjoy drawing, and sometimes the kids draw with us. I especially like when Yolanda turns on Mozart for background music.”

~ George Murray