6:00-8:00PM PT Ages 10-17

Instructor:  Rotating Instructors

Join us for a night of self expression every third Wednesday of the month.  We are partnering with Positive Images to provide a safe and inclusive space for teens to find their artistic voice through radical self expression. Each month we will explore a new art theme including a demonstration from a professional artist and all the materials needed to make the project.  We will also provide additional art materials if you just need a space to hang out and make your own art!
Dinner and soft drinks included!  Bring your friends!  This club offers an artistic community of inclusion for all identities of gender, sexuality, race, and ethnicity.

Positive Images is a grassroots organization whose mission is to provide support, advocacy and education to Sonoma County’s LGBTQIA+ community. We nurture positive self image through creating an affirming environment where everyone can explore their identities, develop leadership skills and participate in building a just and equitable society

Please register in advance so we know how much food to get!

All Are Welcome! Suggested Donation: $5-25 (upon arrival)

Age 10-17

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 Maquette and Toy Making

Learn how to make simple figurines using wire and colored clay.

Featured Artist: Adie Valavanis

Adie Valavanis is a local stop motion animator and fabricator. She recently graduated from College for Creative Studies with a degree in animation, and enjoys making silly characters in all possible dimensions.


Expressive Watercolor

Explore through the simple art of watercolors.

Featured Artist: Tamara Dover

Tamara Dover, also known as “The Trapeze Lady”, spent over 30 years traveling the world as an Aerialist and Cabaret performer, Gayly spreading love and glitter from above while hanging from some of the best rafters in the universe.


Clay Self Portrait

Make your own clay self portrait!

Featured Artist: Gabo Martini

Gabriela Martinez (Gabo Martini) was born in Tarimoro, Guanajuato, Mexico in 1995. She received her BFA in Studio Art with a concentration in Ceramics from Texas State University in 2018. Her work has been exhibited in Austin, San Antonio, Dallas, Rockport and Houston, Texas. Martini’s work is inspired by indigenous Mexican and Native American visual traditions.


Creative Collage

Come and create a unique and stylized self portrait that reflects your true colors.  Handpick your favorite words, phrases, images, and colors and then assemble a new work of art reflective of the complexity that we all have!  Attendees are encouraged to come with any of their favorite torn magazine, newspaper, or flyer images/words to start with.

Featured Artist: Eric Jackson

Department Head at the Sonoma Community Center, has a wide range of history in the traditional and theatrical arts.  His professional career includes Broadway productions, National and International Tours where he also learned the art of knitting and crochet.