Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art respectfully supports diversity, equity, and inclusion where all voices are heard… and they are offering wheel throwing classes to the deaf community in the Great Falls area!
The Square is offering 2 upcoming BeginningWheel-throwing classes for the Deaf Community starting in March. The 2 classes are free to attend with all supplies included. This VSA program is provided in 2020-2021 under a contract with the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art (The Square), and Conservatory ASL Northwest (C.A.N.)
Due to the pandemic these classes will be held at a limited capacity, totaling 5 people max per class. All safety protocol will be adhered to which includes, face masks, hand-sanitizer, hand washing, and temperature checks, and a health screening form will be filled out each class by the parent or student.
The Square’s Education Department is working to create on-line programming and other in-person classes through this contract with The Kennedy Center. This programming is intended to serve individuals with disabilities both cognitive and/or physical. The Square believes art is for everyone regardless of your ability. Please continue to visit our website for new programs that we will be offering. If you would like to design a private art class for a maximum of 5 students please call Education Director Elli Weber or Executive Director, Sarah Justice at 406-727-8255