The Bay School Community Arts Center, Mathews, is ready to wrap up another year, reporting an increase in the arts programs it was able to provide for the community during 2022.
According to a release, the center added two new OpenArts After School programs and was able to serve five groups of children in a total of 125 sessions free of charge during the school year.
In addition, the school increased its visits to Riverside Lifelong Health and Rehabilitation Center in Mathews, providing a teaching artist at the center every week throughout the year.
A record number of 609 students took arts and craft classes at the Bay School during the past year, said the release, and 112 people joined the school’s new membership program.
Finally, with an ever-growing demand for pottery classes, the school hired a part-time pottery studio manager and took on two college interns to help with and learn about summer art camps, class photography and videography, and marketing graphics, said t...
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