For breast cancer survivor Kym Yahn, art has been a life-saver.
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Those interested in taking the Red Paper art class or similar classes can check into these options. All are free.
- Lucille Nagy Carroll will be giving a class for cancer survivors and their families from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 8. at the CADC Gallery, in the St. Clair Lofts Building at the corner of Fourth and St. Clair Streets. If you’d like to join the Art Benefits class, call (937) 313-9883.
- Arts Benefits Classes will continue at CADC Art Gallery, formerly known as the Cannery Art Gallery, from 1-3 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, and from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 12. Call to enroll. You can also check out www.artbenefitsdayton.com
- A new Red Paper series begins at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at St. Charles Church, 4500 Ackerman Blvd., Kettering. The 6-week session, open to the public, will include watercolor painting, colored pencil drawing, zen tangle, pastel painting, card-making and more. For information, call (937) 434-6081 or (937) 434-0797.
- The Fine Arts Center at Town & Country Shopping Center in Kettering also holds Red Paper classes, usually in the spring or summer. The next series is slated for July 2014. Call (937) 293-5381 for information.
- Classes co-sponsored by The Fine Arts Center and The Cancer Support Community Western Ohio are also in the planning stages.