Friday, June 1, 2018

Humming Line Gallery offers classroom space to east side art teachers

Posted By on Fri, Jun 1, 2018 at 8:59 AM

  • Courtesy Humming Line Gallery

Though options for creative engagement abound Downtown, it’s tougher to find classes (and classroom space) on the Northeast end of the city, where oftentimes corporate shopping centers overwhelm creative businesses.

Humming Line Gallery, 4851 Barnes Road, has nestled itself right off Austin Bluffs, providing a neat gallery space to an area in which many local artists live, even if they work and display their art closer to the city’s core or the west side. In addition to hosting the works of local artists (including the whimsical glass and wire creations of owner/founder Maxine Grossman), Humming Line has also been offering classes all year.

Grossman herself teaches crochet classes (with yarn and beads), as well as wire and beading jewelry classes— offering private and group sessions. One class option offers attendees the opportunity to decorate Grossman’s signature glass goddess forms.

And now Humming Line will open its doors to art teachers, as well as art students. The gallery has announced that it will offer its space for interested educators to host classes of their own.

Their space allows for up to 12 students, with limited storage available on-site if teachers should require it. It’s a solid location for artists in the Northeast to bring classes a little closer to home, rather than relying on the busy downtown corridor. And options aren’t limited to mess-less works. Humming Line’s Tom Grossman has taught airbrushing classes in the past, so all forms of art are welcome.

Those interested in renting the space can call the gallery, or email

Location Details Humming Line Gallery
4851 Barnes Road
Colorado Springs, CO
Art Gallery and Retail Store

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