Circle 6 aims to ignite the artist inside each of us

The idea that art should be accessible to all of us also means taking the opportunity to create our own art — free from judgment. Circle 6 offers classes that hope to ignite the artist or creator that lives inside each of us.

In this experiential story, host Alberto Rios tries his hand at glassblowing. It’s the chance to take something that is broken and in pieces (glass) and, through our power and creativity, turn it into an object of art. Learn more about Circle 6 at www.circle6studios.com.

Watch more episodes from “Art in the 48” here.

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