Art Nest re-establishes itself at new location
Art Nest Creative Studio is on the move again.
At one point, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it appeared the art education organization might disappear. But in December, painting, pottery, drawing and other classes began again at Parcel 110, a shared collaborative creative space in central George Town.
“I was uncertain about the future of Art Nest back post-Covid, but the folks at Parcel 110 convinced me to start offering classes again,” Art Nest founder Christina Pineda said.
Success has followed, and the business has grown to the point where it needs more room.
“We never expected that we would grow to need our own space again so quickly,” Pineda said.
Art Nest will remain in central George Town, relocating just a short distance away at Elizabethan Square on June 26.
“This space is much better suited to our clients, particularly our youngest clients, for camps and classes,” Pineda said.
Citing her appreciation to Parcel 110 partners, Pineda had this to say, “We are extremely grateful for the support and space provided by Parcel 110 in our post-Covid comeback. We really can’t thank the owners enough.”
Art Nest and Parcel 110 plan to work on joint projects from time to time, to capitalise on the synergy the two companies enjoy. Art Nest continues to host a wide variety of art classes by in-house and guest instructors.
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