The Space in Haliburton is offering drop-in workshops, as well as open studio time.

Owner Scott Walling has already begun his ‘stop, collaborate and listen’ sessions, which are being held Tuesdays until April 2.

Coming up, on March 19, is ‘thrifted frame treasures.’ Walling describes it as “bring new life to your thrifted art treasures. Whether it’s just a frame that needs some love, your want to re-mat an artwork, or it’s a whole new makeover, I’m here to help.”

The next offering is on March 26. It is ‘needle-felted gnomes.’ Walling is urging people to “craft an adorable felt gnome to add a touch of whimsy to your home or as a present for a loved one.”

On April 2, it’s all about ‘working digitally’ with an opportunity to learn what is possible working in Photoshop, Lightroom and Illustrator. People can register for the workshops, with starting times of 1, 3 and 6 p.m. on offer

Walling said, “if you want a space to create with some materials, feedback/ critique or just someone to work and talk art with, whether you’re a seasoned artist or just discovering your own creative side, The Space welcomes everyone to join in, let your imagination run wild.”

Open studios run Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. “Stop in and create. Collaborate on some work, try your hand at something new and see what hidden talents you have,” Walling said. Follow them on @thespace_hali