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Whether you are are someone who wants to dabble in woodworking or printmaking, needs access to a dark room or a work table, or simply wants to take a class on home brewed beers, Fort Houston is a place to know about. Known as the Brick Factory in its previous incarnation in Cummins Station, Fort Houston has reopened its doors and revamped its facilities. For those who feel artistically inept but long to unleash their inner Pollock, Fort Houston offers specialized classes for beginners.
Proponents of both work and play, Fort Houston’s founders welcome all who are willing to cultivate craft and creativity.
The studio is fully equipped with woodworking facilities, a printmaking studio, a darkroom, digital printing technology, and an abundance of functional free space that lends itself to nearly any media. The line up of classes for July includes Woodshop Orientation, Print Shop Orientation, Bike Shop Orientation, an Introduction to Rough Milling Lumber, and a lecture on the Joy of Mopedding.
In the past, Fort Houston founders have hosted an Aerial Dance class and a Home Brewing class, a testimony to their allegiance to promote no only artists and artisans, but also the creative collective. Unique in that if offers studio, gallery, shop and classroom, Fort Houston encourages Nashvillians to indulge their creative aspirations and provides them with the resources to do so.
The classes range in price, but the costs are tailored to include materials, and ensure a thorough interactive demonstration led by professional artists and craftsmen.
In addition to working studio space, Fort Houston has recently erected a gallery corridor which recently held its first show and reception.
Fort Houston also offers various membership packages that grant access to specific equipment and work desks. Though Fort Houston resides on the periphery of the 5th Avenue galleries, it hopes to continue to integrate itself into the First Saturday Art Crawl by hosting more shows and capitalizing on its proximity to surrounding galleries such as the newly relocated Zeitgeist Gallery.