We're Making Changes Constantly!

Check out our new pages on Facebook and Instagram!
Be sure to follow your favorite NBAG artists pages on social media.

Update from our Board of Directors - 24 April 2020

Yes, we're still closed, and we will remain closed until the Governor's order is lifted.
In the meantime, we're meeting weekly and working to make changes that will bring art and art classes directly to you!

We have a team working on bringing you art via social media - check out our Facebook and Instagram accounts, follow your favorite artists, post your own work from a class you attended!  It's time to reach out and show involvement and connections - just because we're all self-isolating doesn't mean we're disconnected!

We have new online classes starting up - Penny Dalton is teaching live via Zoom!

We launched a "Go Fund Me" campaign - check out our progress at the link below:
Follow this active link to learn more -----> NBAG GO FUND ME CAMPAIGN <-----

We are planning for the reopening - by establishing a list of actions for when we're able to open our doors again.  This includes making sure the gallery, clay studio and workshop are thoroughly cleaned.  Also, we're looking into policies and procedures to help insure the safety of all the visitors that come to our location.

We are a volunteer organization, so as always, we would accept your help and support in any way you are able to give it safely.

Thank you for your continuing support.

 

Update from our Board of Directors - 6 April 2020

In compliance with the Governor of Washington’s Executive Order regarding CoVID-19, we closed our doors on March 17 for two weeks.  As this period of physical distancing gets extended, we are challenged to adapt. 

We are making changes that will help us do business and fulfill our mission and vision online and interactively.  As with many nonprofit organizations, we are struggling financially during this crisis.  NBAG’s income has almost completely stopped.  Commissions from artist sales, fees for weekly art classes and pottery classes all stopped when we had to close our doors.  It appears this could possibly be the situation for 2 months or more.

We appreciate any donation you feel led to give to help us weather this storm and reopen our doors when this pandemic has ended.
Thank you for your support.