Beverley Street Studio School announces community programs

newspaper-headerThe Beverley Street Studio School in Staunton announces its Winter Community Programs and Year-Round Model Sessions.

If you have questions, please call us at 540-886-8636.


BSSS Community Programs

Location: BSSS Gallery (22 West Beverley Street)  *unless otherwise noted



Mondays; 12:30-1:30pm   No Charge!

Coffee, tea and cookies provided; bring a bag lunch

Jan 14:  Bill and Lorrain Harouff: Musicians

Jan 21:  Makeba Robinson: Booker T Washington Community Center

Jan 28:  Annie Waldrop: BSSS exhibiting artist

Feb  4:  Marsha Heatwole: Artist and BSSS instructor

Feb 11:  Laurie Gundersohn:  Appalachian Pieceworks, Staunton

Feb 18:  Pat Cook:  Artist and BSSS instructor

Feb 25:  TBA

Mar 4:    Al Leichter

Mar 11:  Cleveland Morris



Tuesdays, 5-6pm;  No Charge!

Practice your Spanish conversational skills talking about what else… las bellas artes!



3rd Thursday of the month; 12:30-1:30pm;  No Charge!

Bring your lunch and join us for discussions on books about art and artists. Beverage and cookies supplied. Call Virginia Deane for more information, 540-887-6121.



Figure Drawing and Painting

Location: BSSS Headquarters, Mary T. Echols Studio 105, 217 West Beverley Street

Mondays, 7-9:30pm and Fridays, 10am-12:30pm

$10 per person, per session to cover modeling fee

All welcome!


Member Events

Monday Mornings on Beverley Street

with Mary Echols begins Monday, January 14.

No Charge for BSSS Members. ($30 annual membership fee – allows this, class discounts and other benefits.)

January 14-March 11; Mondays 10:30am-12pm

Join a great group of fellow BSSS members in looking at and discussing art and how it works.  Whether or not you have a wealth of art knowledge, or think that you like art or not, through the sharing of ideas and discussions, you will find enjoyment and beauty in art more than you ever thought before.  Slides and discussion.

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