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Kids in Art Class

Welcome to 

(pronounced: She'notch'lee)

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Free Youth Workshops at
Cafe con Arte, Pasco

Run over to Cafe con Arte at 430 W Columbia St, Suite A, Pasco WA 99301 for youth programing all week long.  We will be offering pre-k aged workshops Monday through Friday and grade-school aged classes on Saturdays.

 Limited SIGN UPs now available online.  CLICK HERE

in-person SIGN UPs available directly at Cafe con Arte daily

WEEKLY SCHEDULE 

Mondays  

9 am to 9:45 am (1 year to 5 year olds)

10 am to 10:45 am (1 year to 5 year olds)

     

Sundays

Kinder to 3rd grade,       9am to 9:45am

4th grade to 6th grade  10am to 10:45am

Middle school ages        11am to 11:45am

High school ages            12pm to 12:45pm

Cancelled in
observation of
Easter

Outdoor Gallery

Call for Art

Moon Security Inc. is searching for

high school aged artists (grades 9th - 12th) in the Pasco School District to create artwork on large panels.

This opportunity allows for art to be displayed year-round and selected artists are to receive a scholarship for their work.    

 

Deadline: Application and concept art due May 20th (click below)

If selected, art to be created during summer.

The mural will be created on 4 foot by 8 foot panels away from the wall and later mounted.  Moon Security will provide materials.

Deadline for the panel to be painted is Wednesday August 28th

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Transcendental Dreams

A Group Show

Washingtoneras unveiling history, sharing sacred space, empowering La Chola, La Chillona, y La Chingona as Las Cinco WaChingonas

Art Exhibit Opening Night  February 2nd.  6pm to 8pm

Exhibit from February 1st to March 29th

Xinachtli brings art shows as a means to educate, highlight and transform the human spirit.  DID YOU KNOW: Art has the power to release endorphins, serotonins and dopamine & has been proven to reduce depression, stress and anxiety.  

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Xinachtli Arts & Humanities is a non-profit organization that generates creative opportunities for the Tri-Cities, WA. Its emphasis is to bring arts to marginalized areas and to make the arts more accessible to all. The word Xinachtli comes from an ancient language called Nahuatl and means "fermenting seed".  This is our mission, to plant the seeds of creativity.

COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP

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OUR GOAL IS TO REACH YOUTH, YOUNG ADULTS AND OTHERS IN AREAS NOT TYPICALLY SERVED WITH CULTURAL ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES.  WE CAN BETTER ACCOMPLISH THIS BY HOSTING ART EXPERIENCES IN KEY SPACES, INDOOR AND OUT.   

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