How to Become an ODAS Artist

How to Become a Studio Artist at Open Door Art Studio

Open Door Art Studio is a private nonprofit, licensed, day habilitation provider. Open Door accepts Individual Option (I. O.), Level One Waivers, ICF-MR and private payment options.  Transportation is provided to and from our program to all individuals who live in Franklin County through Columbus Center for Human Services Inc.

Step 1. You (or an advocate) and your Franklin County Service Coordinator or QMRP can call the Studio Director to set up a tour. Touring the studio will give you an idea of what we do and how we do it.  Additionally, it will provide you with the information that you need to make an informed decision about potentially becoming a Studio Artist in our program.

Step 2. If you decide that you would like to attend, ask your Service Coordinator, QMRP, or advocate to set up an intake meeting with the Studio Director.

Step 3. Once you begin attending, you will be given the opportunity to participate in an art assessment throughout your first month with a Facilitating Artist. This process will make us aware of your areas of interest and your artistic goals and will allow us to create a program that helps you create to your full potential.

Please call during regular business hours and ask to speak to the Studio Director:

Monday-Friday, 9am – 5:00pm


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