About the Educators
Common Name Farm is Noelle Trueheart and Phil Cordelli, among other things. They are located physically in Lakewood, Colorado. Farmers for a decade apiece and artists for much longer, the farm is a site for incorporating art and agriculture, a way of addressing the inequities we see in our society through access to healthy food, and a place of learning and support in a variety of ways: from lactation support for new moms, on-farm counseling sessions led by a local therapist, field trips for school kids, educational workshops for adults, and more.
The art that Phil and Noelle make together is not bound by genre or medium. They believe in an art borne of daily curiosity, struggle, work and play, open to surprises, and driven by a desire to connect with the living beings and materials of this world.
Connect with professional creatives, learn a new skill, and expand your own creative practice in 1-day, 4-week, and 6-week creative classes at the Denver Art Museum. These classes are taught by practicing artists and are taught in a studio art environment in the new Creative Hub located on level 1 of the newly reimagined Martin Building.