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Creativity Shell Moving into Former Painting with a Twist Studio at 807 Ridge Road in Webster!

Nonprofit organization, the Creativity Shell is moving into the former Painting with a Twist Studio at 807 Ridge Road in Webster, NY!

If you have not heard of the Creativity Shell, the organization teaches sewing/textile arts, cooking, building, design and other trades classes to students in their private studios, as well as libraries, schools and shelters that rescue children from homelessness, trauma and human trafficking. Their classes are designed to educate and inspire children by teaching them essential life and practical skills.

While previously located in Brighton for the last two years, the organization has outgrown their current shell and and were in need of a location that offered them more space, usability and parking for parents.  “There are a lot of large projects that we want to teach the children to make, but it became increasingly difficult to do that in our current space.” Says creative director and founder of the Creativity Shell, Shelancia Daniel.  “We are excited about having a more open concept studio and we can’t wait to get the kids in there to create!” added Daniel.

The Creativity Shell in Webster will be open in August and will be hosting FREE Grand Opening Sewing Workshops to the public from 10AM – Noon on Saturday, August 3, 2019.

Registration for a remaining summer camps as well as after-school classes is also available online.

Fall 2019 After-School Classes: https://app.mainstreetsites.com/dmn3900/classes.aspx?dmn=3900&sem=32230#sem
Homeschool Sewing/Textile Arts: https://app.mainstreetsites.com/dmn3900/class.aspx?cls=684259
Summer Camps: https://app.mainstreetsites.com/dmn3900/classes.aspx?dmn=3900&sem=30273#sem
Classes generally begin for children 5 years old and up.

Similar to Painting with a Twist, the Creativity Shell will also offer special sewing, crafting, candle making, birthday parties and other workshops to adults and groups.

Funds raised from the new Webster studio will be used to offer public sewing/textile arts classes in shelters that rescue children from homelessness and human trafficking.  Some funds will also be used to teach sewing/textile arts at low income schools in the Rochester area.

If you are looking for a great space to volunteer or if you have any extra fabric laying around, please contact sdaniel@creativityshell.org or jlipp@creativityshell.org.



Do you like the Creativity Shell? Please donate to help us fulfill our mission!

Creativity Shell relies on donations of cash, fabric, supplies and new sewing machines.

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