Latitude offers a fully stocked studio where artistic exploration is facilitated daily by a staff of experienced artists with diverse backgrounds and skills.
On any given day you'll find workshops given by local and national artists, time for individual work of personal interest, and collaborative advocacy projects. Workshops include poetry, music, sculpture, movement, theater, and gardening with many opportunities to exhibit work in the community and around the world.
Visiting artists and volunteers are always welcome. Just give us a call and let us know how you would like to be involved. 859-806-0195
Case managers are encouraged to contact Baylee Werline, Community Division Director, to send referrals. Latitude welcomes SCL, Michelle P., and private pay clients. We are inclusive and work with those considered to have a disability as well as those without. We look forward to sharing our community with you!
Call: 859-806-0195 to set up a studio tour.
The studio is open to the public for visiting M-F 8:30-4:30. Community artists are always welcome. Latitude has a permanent exhibition at Third Street Coffee. In addition, Latitude has various community partnerships and exhibitions with the Lexington Art League, LexArts, Mecca, Institute 193, Ann Tower Gallery, The Louisville Visual Art Association, Thunder-sky Inc., Andrew Eblin Gallery in New York City, and the Museum of Everything in London, England, to name a few. Latitude explores music, interpretive dance, community events, and access.
All classes are open to the public on a donation basis- pay what you can!
Thursday 1:00pm - 2:00pm: Giggle Fits Yoga with Josh Saxton, Centered
Wednesdays 1:30PM - 2:30 PM: Music therapy with Austin Robinson, Edge Music Therapy
American Sign Language, Laura Burg, MSW
Ballet and Modern Dance with Aunshanay
Fabrics, textiles and weaving with Maddi Wilkerson, local weaver
Music Therapy with Austin Robinson, Edge Music Therapy
Albert Bauman got our hands dirty with ceramic wheel throwing.
Sarah Heller introduced large-scale pendulum painting.
Patrick Smith collaborated with Tony Dunn on multi-layered explorations in painting.
Phyllis Free led the artists through an exciting drum circle.
Dakota Smith and the studio collaborated during a week-long music workshop that was a featured art piece in Latitude's Open Studio event.
Poetry Workshops with Jude Lally.