The NDMU Art Hive, facilitated by members of the NDMU Art Therapy Department and students, welcomes the NDMU community and everyone else for free and open art making! Join us in Fourier 102 for self-care, skill-sharing and community building! An abundance of art supplies is provided, and the space is wheelchair accessible. No RSVP required- drop in! All ages and abilities are welcome to attend.
An Art Hive welcomes everyone as an artist and believes art making is a human behavior. Art Hives celebrate the strengths and creative capacities of individuals and communities. Art Hives provide an opportunity for open-studio-style shared making, skills sharing, communication, and community building between participants. The Art Hive model is grounded in two decades of community based art therapy research and practice. The NDMU Art Hive is held every Monday from 12 to 2 pm, and the second Saturday of each month from 10 am to 12 pm.
Undergraduate Students: Attend this IMPRINT designated event (Global Awareness & Diversity Pillar) to earn a badge and work toward earning a certificate.