"Dancing Spirit Co-op Gallery" closes and our focus shifts to providing instructional classes based in pottery, mixed media, jewelry, music and glass.
Classes include weekly art classes during and after school as well as throughout the summer.
We begin engaging youth and adults in creating public art works as part of "Inspiration Square" and Ignacio's Beautification Initiative.
"Dancing Spirit Gallery" adds education to the co-op when we begin teaching Pine River Community Learning Center's homeschooled students in a 6 week art course that introduces multiple mediums of art
We file for state non-profit status and our annual "Fill Your Bowl for Art" fundraiser begins.
Along with Dancing Spirit Community Art Center, 6 local non-profits anchor the ELHI Community Center's launch, which becomes a community hub for advancing a culture of achievement and creativity, and a go-to site for community development efforts and groups.
Pine River Community Learning Center's homeschooled children's art course ends. Art a'la Carte "Week of Art" opens for area children and is later joined by Dancing Spirit Summer Art Classes.
The Dancing Spirit Community Arts Center Board is created
Federal non-profit status request is filed.
1st Friday Monthly art openings begin.
Our 630 Goddard location closes and the pottery studio moves to 755 Goddard and we become "Dancing Spirit Community Art Center" which is comprised of four components of Gallery, Education, Studio and Performance.