My Art House Studio

My Art House Studio

Creating thoughtful and confident kids through dance and art classes!

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About My Art House Studio

Our Story
Like many of us in 2020, My Art House Studio founder, Morgan D, was faced with the harsh reality of losing her many jobs in the wake of Covid-19. As terrifying as it was, it’s in these moments that we’re forced to see what we’re made of. In November 2020, after 15+ years of working for various dance studios, community centers, schools, and theaters, Morgan realized it was time to do what scared but excited her most and set out to create My Art House Studio.

Our Goal
Provide accessible dance and art classes that look beyond a final product and give kids the tools to walk through life with confidence, kindness, and strength by means of student-driven classes that are open to all levels and abilities. 

Our Founder
Morgan is a Florida native living in Chicago, IL with a BA in Dance from Columbia College Chicago and is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory. She has over 15 years experience teaching a wide variety of performing and creative arts to artists ages 2 to adult. Morgan didn’t begin dancing until the age of 14 due to a lack of funds and art exposure. Dance allowed her to be a first-generation college graduate despite many economic barriers. Traditional dance studio classes were expensive and, at times, inaccessible. Morgan constantly worked multiple odd jobs, relied heavily on the kindness of mentors, and acknowledges that her privileges helped keep dance in her life. It is with these experiences that Morgan has now dedicated herself to providing accessible classes to young artists in Chicago and across the country. My Art House Studio is just the beginning of her advocacy for arts education.</h5>

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