We offer field trips both on-site and with S23 To-Go, our mobile printmaking studio. We work with schools as well as other nonprofits to teach students that they can use the power of printmaking to advocate for their causes and showcase their skills.
3300 W Clay St. Richmond Virginia 23230
Arts, Culture & Humanities
2018: NUMBER: 47 PARTICIPANTS: 8,580 "During our Performing Statistics workshops with incarcerated youth, we had the honor of working with Studio Two Three to print t-shirts and posters to give out at our annual Justice Parade. Working with Studio Two Three not only allowed the teens to discover new ways of sharing their stories, but opened up entrepreneurial possibilities that were culturally relevant and exciting for the teens." - Mark Strandquist, Performing Statistics Creative Director Performing Statistics is a project of Art 180 “Studio Two Three is a huge reason artists at Milk River are seen as a vital part of the creative culture in Richmond. Milk River supports a neuro-diverse community of artists and fosters the exchange of learning between established and emerging artists with disabilities. Studio Two Three opens their heart and their doors to us, which means more artists get to know each other and get to work together. New introductions! New connections! New materials! And the exchange of ideas. New Possibilities for everyone.” - Sally Kemp, Executive Director Milk River Arts