Our Work Continues: Moving a Working Art School

Our Work Continues: Moving a Working Art School


[Music] BETH: People don’t realize how how big it is and how many people we serve. We had about three and a half weeks of moving,
which seems kind of impossible but we did it. [Music] It’s all kind of surreal. You know,
when I look back and think about it, Did I really do that?
Did that happen? [Laughs] I was probably about prepared as I
could be, but I was so excited about this happening that I thought “whatever
happens we’ll just deal with it.” I think that the students feel very fortunate to
still have this place, to still have a museum school
and have a place to go. The Arts Center isn’t this building, it’s
it’s the people, and the people that you’ve met and the relationships that
you have with people, and the things that we’ve made, and I think that we teach
each other and learn from each other that’s the Museum School. I have to be using my hands and
making something or I don’t feel right. I think a lot of people feel that
way, um, and they need it. And it is a kind of a therapy. I love seeing these
people come in and out of this building and it’s made such a huge difference in
my life to work here, because I do have so much passion, I do believe in the Arts Center and the power of the arts to
change people’s lives

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