The exhibition showcases the works of young artists enrolled in Space One Eleven’s 2016/2017 after school art education program and 2017 summer art camps. During the school year, students in grades two through eight participate in Space One Eleven’s City Center Art program, learning elements of art and principles of design while working on individually conceived projects and student collaborations. High school students in Space One Eleven’s Alabama Charcoal after school portfolio development program enhance their technical drawing skills, explore concepts of their choice using a wide variety of media, and receive guidance from mentors in portfolio development and college searches and applications.
Rising second through twelve grade students in Space One Eleven’s summer camps explore a wide variety of media including clay, sculpture, animation, photography, textile art, drawing, painting, illustration and portfolio development.
Space One Eleven’s art classes and camps are taught by Birmingham artists. These teaching artists will also be exhibiting their works during the exhibition. We hope you will join us to celebrate the achievements of these creative young artists and their artist teachers!
This program is made possible in part by the Alabama State Council on the Arts, Daniel Foundation of Alabama, EBSCO Industries, Florence S. and William J. Cabaniss Advised Fund, Gratitude Foundation, Jemison Investment Company, Jefferson County Commissioner Sandra Little Brown, Mike & Gillian Goodrich Foundation, Rojo Mexican Grill, Susan Mott Webb Charitable Trust, Wells Fargo, Windgate Charitable Foundation, donors to the Anne Arrasmith Scholarship Fund, individual donors, community supporters, volunteers, mentors, SOE staff and Board of Directors.