Wild at Art by Kayli Riggs
The entrance is a single outward swinging door without an automatic option that could be difficult to operate while seated. The space is relatively open, and tables are not built-in which allows for a variety of configurations. rnrnSomething to keep in mind is their large “parties.” Maximum capacity is often met during these events making the studio cramped and difficult to navigate even for someone without a disability. However, the owners are understanding and more than willing to accommodate to all of their artist. rnrnOwners and employees walk around the studio to change out supplies and provide answers to questions so one doesn’t need to continually get up and down from their seat.rnrnAlthough accessibility is not A+ quality, the artistic experience is. The owners have created a very happy, upbeat and social atmosphere for customers to enjoy.