Going Bananas for Art in Georgetown

Photo by Page Evans
Anne Freeman with kids in her new arts studio
Anne Freeman with kids in her new arts studio

(Photo by: Page Evans)

Whether they’re a Matisse in the making or simply want to scribble, there’s a new art studio in Georgetown where children can wield their paint brushes and pastels. Anna Banana Arts and Crafts  is now open for business on S Street.

Anna Banana is the brainchild of Anne Freeman, a mother, teacher and insider in the Washington arts scene. Freeman has been teaching art to children for years, but this is her first brick and mortar venture.

(Photo by: Page Evans)

“I love my new location in Georgetown,” Freeman says of her studio, located near the corner of S Street and Wisconsin Avenue. “Georgetown is such a lovely, close-knit community and it gives me great pleasure to offer a creative space for children that is within walking distance.”

Anna Banana offers classes to budding artists from ages two to eight.

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