Art studio rents space for education pods in Park Slope

With some families nervous to send their children back to school, a Park Slope art studio is renting its space out so students have a place to learn.

News 12 Staff

Aug 27, 2020, 2:46 AM

Updated 1,363 days ago

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With some families nervous to send their children back to school, a Park Slope art studio is renting its space out so students have a place to learn.
Private Picasso began offering virtual art lessons in March, and now, owner Valeen Bath says families will be responsible for bringing together their own groups of up to six children and one adult to lead the lesson.
Bath says the art studio will make sure it's a safe environment.
The sessions are at least three hours long, and parents can also add art kits provided by the studio.
Private Picasso will also continue the individual art lessons, so children have a creative outlet.
 


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