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Four Lions, Blewt! Productions, and Lillstreet Art Center

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Kim Knoll, Knoed cofounder, is drawn to:

Lillstreet Art Center The Lillstreet Art Center in Ravenswood is my favorite place to take an art class. Whether you like making jewelry, pottery, prints, or textiles, they offer classes for just about any interest, age, or skill level. Classes run between five to ten weeks long and are usually held once a week. Their studios are full of character, and the people are friendly but leave you alone to do your thing.

I look forward to going there after being in front of a computer all day—it's somewhat therapeutic to make something with my hands and get lost in a world of my own. I also like to go in just to browse their gallery or grab a bite to eat at the First Slice cafe inside. It's right next to the Montrose Brown Line stop.

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