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Monday, September 26, 2016

An Echo Park school for the lovers of crafts and small spaces

Most schools like to boast about small classroom sizes.  In the case of The Classroom LA, a new Echo Park space offering lessons in sewing,  jewelry making and other crafts, small classes are the only way to go, with the center’s Sunset Boulevard building no bigger than a one-car garage. Here, at the base of a steep hill covered with tiny bungalow apartments, The Classroom’s black and pink colored hut  has only seven work stations for students, said co-owner Kelsey Wintringham. The once former law office had been used as storage for several years when Wintringham and co-owner Justin Warwick took it over and cleaned it up after years of neglect. “It took a lot of cleaning, repainting and redoing,” Wintringham said of the space, which opened last month.

In order to accommodate larger groups, The Classroom LA has teamed up with  The Warehouse, a nearby apparel and home accessories store owned by Warwick. Wintringham and Warwick have big plans for their small space:

We also collaborate with independent teachers in the area to offer a broader class catalogue.  This month we are collaborating with a local astrology instructor, and next month we have a calligraphy course in the works!



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  1. Perfect for bonding and making crafts. We fully support creating art for expression and therapy.

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