Since its start-up a little more than five years ago, 321 Art Studio has provided a variety of art instruction to communities across the Iron Range.
Teaching Artist Amy Lucas-Peroceski and her mother, Nancy Lucas, started the business in January 2012. Since that time, they’ve offered classes in seven school districts, taught classroom enrichment classes, provided legacy programs at area libraries, offered summer camps and taught at a variety of other ventures.
Several non-profit organizations have brought in 321 Art Studio for lessons. They have included the Chisholm Head Start program for children up to three year-sold, Hibbing Early Childhood Family Education, Girl Scouts, and KIDS PLUS, among others. They’ve also provided instruction at Art in the Park events.
Source: Hibbing Daily Tribune