The Pinellas County Schools’ students that attend Creative Clay’s Transition Program will host the First Friday Art Market, Oct. 1, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. The outdoor market is run by the student artists and held in Creative Clay’s courtyard.
“We are so excited to bring back our monthly Friday Art Markets run by this year's new Transition Program art students,” said Amanda Drewes, Pinellas County Schools ESE Teacher, Extended Transition. “They have been working hard since mid-August to not only create beautiful one-of-a-kind pieces to sell, but also in learning how to use the Square point of sale system to assist customers in making their purchases.”
More than half of the students are new to the program and are eager to get their artwork out in the community. Paintings, ceramics, greeting cards, $5 Mystery Bags, and potted succulents will be for sale. Green sticker items are available at 50% off. There will also be tables with items from Creative Thrift, Creative Clay’s pay-what-you-wish store for repurposed art supplies, frames, books and more.
Live music by Emily Turnage and the British Food Stop food truck will highlight the event.
This is an outdoor event, but masks are required inside the market.
Organized by Creative Clay
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