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2019 ~ 2020 Explorations! Education at Liberty Arts.

Our Liberty Arts Explorations education team look forward to hosting your schools and
organizations with new classes for our upcoming exhibitions
for the 2019/2020 academic term.

We have varied and fun exhibits sure to delight your participants in the coming months.

Our 90 minute programs are tailored to make the most out of their visits to the gallery;
beginning with an introduction to the current show, a docent tour, and, most fun of all,
a hands-on art project reflecting techniques, materials and/or media used by the artists.
Available visit-days are Mondays and Tuesdays, morning or afternoon session.

Please email Liberty Arts, libertyartsgallery@gmail.com with the subject Explorations.
Include your preferred time, date, number of participants to reserve a class time.
We will get back to you.

Our Explorations Outreach classes are free to participants,
thanks to generous grant funding, from …

Arts in The Community Fund


Available Dates

TUESDAY November 12th Afternoon
MONDAY November 18th Morning
MONDAY November 18th Afternoon
TUESDAY November 19th Morning
TUESDAY November 19th Afternoon

Please reserve space by replying to:
Subject line: Explorations


Or call the gallery Tues – Sat  10-5 842-0222
105 W. Miner Street in Historic Downtown Yreka

Explorations is made possible through the generous support of:



Welcome to the jewel of the Caribbean!

We presented an exciting photography show to
share with the students as seen through
the lenses of a dozen photographers.

The students were able to experience the people, places and American cars that tell the story of this unique country.

Students had an to opportunity to recognize and explore narrative photography with a hands-on
project using Instax instant cameras.
They used a variety of objects to create their
own stories and relate them in haiku.



Cowboy Up! opens a new academic year for our Explorations art sessions at Liberty Arts. This is a juried show, featuring exhibits in a variety of media celebrating the culture and evolution of the Working Cowboy of the American West through painting, photography and sculpture.


Our hands-on project was inspired by saddles and boots featured in cowboy culture, and offered an opportunity to create leather bookmarks using stamping techniques.

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