View the programs available through Ariel Clinical Services.
Dream Catchers is a program that provides vocational training for adults with intellectual disabilities and at risk youth in our Blank Canvas Cafe & Gallery, The Alibi Room (gallery & venue), and The Studio (handcrafted goods).
We are supported by Ariel Clinical Services, who created this unique vocational training program. Our apprentices create handmade goods in The Studio that are sold in Blank Canvas Cafe, The Alibi Room (gallery & venue) and Etsy. All of the goods created by the program are made from donated recycled materials.
They also receive training in culinary skills, customer service, salesmanship, and craftsmanship that extend to the cafe and galleries.
Any proceeds made from Dream Catchers, and its’ four entities, go to support this program for adults with developmental disabilities.
The Studio is our vocational program's workshop. Our apprentices create handmade goods that are sold alongside local artists. The goods are all made from recycled materials and are customizable/available for commission.READ MORE>>>
Blank Canvas Cafe
Blank Canvas Cafe is now open! Come visit our trendy space and peruse our local artwork. Check out our menu availablehere.
If you’d like to leave your mark on our space, Blank Canvas Cafe is currently seeking individuals to paint our ceiling tiles... READ MORE>>>
Cork & Canvas
Our Cork and Canvas private painting parties provide the local community with opportunities to explore their own artistic abilities. Through private booking, you can enjoy a fun night out with friends. Visit our Cork & Canvas page for more information.
The Alibi Room
The Alibi Room is our contemporary art gallery, supporting professional artists of the Pikes Peak Region alongside our vocational program artists. The 1800 square foot space provides new art exhibitions monthly, hosts cultural art events and is available for rental as a unique venue to the local community.