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  • Easy Peasy Log Cabin
    $25.00$30.00

    Catalog #B121
    Mary Roediger
    Tuesday September 25th
    1:00-4:00
    Cost: $25.00 Member – $30.00 Non-Member

    Spend the afternoon working with special rulers and your choice of fabrics to create a classic log cabin quilt block or two.  Named an all-time favorite by quilt lovers round the world, the graphic qualities of the log cabin block allow for many variations.  The right tools and techniques will make piecing your block effortless.  Spend some time sewing up a couple log cabin blocks using specialty rulers, rotary cutters, and the studio sewing machines.

    Please follow the link to complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • #B120 Tools, tips and techniques for the beginning quilters
    $10.00$12.00

    Catalog #B120
    Instructor: Mary Roediger
    Tuesday September 18th
    10:00-12:00pm
    $10.00 Members – $12.00 Non-Member

    Are you starting on a journey of learning to quilt? Join quilter and fabulous fiber artist Mary Roediger and discover some of the many tools and techniques that will help in the creation of beautiful quilts.  We live in a fascinating time to be a quilter – there are myriad of styles, thousands of fabrics, and shopping carts full of tools.  Packed full of expert tips, this lecture style workshop will help you sort through the choices and get set for a quality project.Instructor: Mary Roediger

    Please follow the link to complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

     

  • Teen Ceramics After School
    $135.00$150.00

    Instructor: Sherri Biegeleisen
    Catalog #A068
    Cost: Members-$135.00  Non-Members $150.00
    For teens grades 7-12
    Tuesdays  from 3:00PM – 5:00PM
    8 sessions starting September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6.

    About this class:

    This course is for students in middle and high school.  Sherri Biegeleisen is a talented artist and gifted instructor.  She will guide students through a series of project-based skill building activities over this 8-week course.  Students will continue to develop skills learned in Teen Ceramics I, including wheel-throwing and surface design techniques. New challenges to be explored may include- lidded vessels, altered forms, composite pots, and mishima.  At the end of the series, students will have the opportunity to photograph their work in our digital studio.

    Please follow the link to complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • Sewing 1.5
    $50.00$55.00

    Instructor: Mary Roediger Catalog #A067 Cost: Members-$50.00  Non-Members $55.00 For Adults (teens over 14 will be considered) Tuesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM 4 sessions starting October 23, 30, Nov 6, 13 About this Class: A continuation of Mary’s previous two sewing classes, this class is designed to take people with the most base level of sewing and […]

  • Sewing: An Introduction to Denim
    $60.00$65.00

    Instructor: Mary Roediger Catalog #A066 Cost: Members – $60.00 Non-Members – $65.00 For Adults (teens over 14 will be considered) Tuesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM 4 sessions starting Sept 11, 18, 25, and Oct 2 About this class: Denim is a unique fabric to work with in sewing and requires knowledge of a few extra tricks […]

  • Saturday Kids Mud Club
    $125.00$140.00

    Ceramics for kids grades 2-6 with April Felipe

    Saturday Mornings from 10:30-12:00

    Instructors: April Felipe

    8 Sessions starting September 22, 29, October 6,13, 20, 27, November 3, 10

    Catalog $A069

    Cost: Members-$125 Non-Members $140

    In this class, kids will get to experiment with a variety of ceramic techniques including but not limited to pinch pot, coil building, slab building, and students will even get a chance to try out throwing on the wheel.  Each student will complete at least 4 glazed projects and if there is time towards the end of the series, students may have an opportunity to photograph their work in the digital studio.  Students will learn new skills, get an opportunity to express themselves, and have fun!

    *During class time, parents are free to drop their students off in the art room and leave to run errands, (maybe make a quick trip tot he farmers market), but students must be signed in and if a parent is dropping off, a working contact number must be provided. Parents can also make use of our lobby spaces to relax while their student is in class.

    Please follow the link complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • #A065 Pottery II
    $226.00$240.00

    Instructor: Kelly Shaw
    Catalog #A065
    Cost: Members-$226.00  Non-Members $240
    For Adults (teens over 14 will be considered)
    Wednesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM
    8 sessions starting September 19, 26, October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, November 7.

    About this class:

    Wheel Throwing II: A Class featuring Cups and Saucers, Making Stamps, Cutting Facets and Surface Techniques with Slip.

    Intro to Wheel Throwing II offers students an opportunity to build upon wheel throwing fundamentals and explore new forms and techniques. This eight-week class features instructor demonstrations, hands-on learning and available Open Studio time outside of regular scheduled classes. Demonstrations will begin with combination cup and saucer forms allowing participants to practice measuring with calipers and fitting multiple parts together. The class will then explore techniques to alter the surface of wheel thrown forms including cutting facets and using slip in a variety of ways to create texture and contrast. Finally, students in this class will have an opportunity to create a set of unique bisqueware stamps, a great addition to any potter’s expanding toolbox.

    This class is best suited for those who have basic wheel throwing skills and feel comfortable wedging, centering and throwing small to medium sized cylinders. (Equivalent to The Dairy Barn Intro to Wheel Throwing I class.) If you have any questions about the content of this class, please email kelly@dairybarn.org.

    The materials fee is included in the total price and provides participants with unlimited clay, glaze, and firing.  The clay used will be a white, high fire, stoneware.  Almost all glazes are food safe.

    Being enrolled in this course also entitles participants to studio time outside of class at no additional cost. For more information about Artists in the Studios including a monthly schedule of when the studio is available, CLICK HERE

    Please follow the link complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • #A064 Pottery I
    $206.00$220.00

    Instructor: Sasha Sigetic
    Catalog #A064
    Cost: Members-$206.00  Non-Members $220
    For Adults (teens over 14 will be considered)
    Tuesdays  from 5:30PM – 7:30PM
    8 sessions starting September 18, 25, October 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, November 6.

    About this class:

    This class is for beginners; people who have either never thrown on the wheel, folks who maybe haven’t thrown in a long time, or who are still getting the hang of the basics. Participants will learn or refresh the basic techniques of throwing on the wheel and learn a multitude of forms.  Handle pulling and surface treatment will also be a prominent element of this course.  Participants who advance through the basics will have opportunities to learn how to throw attachments like spouts and feet,and other forms like lids.

    The materials fee is included in the total price and provides participants with up to up to 50 lbs of clay, their own starter set of pottery tools, glazes, and kiln firings.  The clay used will be a white, high fire, stoneware.  Almost all glazes are food safe.

    Being enrolled in this course also entitles participants to studio time outside of class at no additional cost. For more information about Artists in the Studios including a monthly schedule of when the studio is available, CLICK HERE

    Please follow the link complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • #B109 Making and Using Bisque Hump Molds with Dallas Wooten (Non-Member)
    $8.00$10.00

    September 7th, 2018
    5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
    Catalog#B109

    Bisque molds are created from clay and fired to bisque temperature. These useful tools allow a maker to create unique and varied shapes, all with the added feature of being easily duplicated. (Think outside the circle!) Bisque molds, unlike many other molds, can be formed by hand easily and organically with materials available in any clay studio.

    During this workshop, students will make two bisque molds of their own, learn how to use them effectively and leave with knowledge to make many more in the future. No previous ceramic experience is necessary for this workshop.

    Please follow the link complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

     

  • #B098 Soap Making Workshop
    $50.00$55.00

    September 8th

    1:00-3:00 pm

    Catalog #B098

    Join the fabulous Jane Hill, creator and owner of Harley’s Soaps for this exciting workshop.  Jane will teach you how to make cold process castile soaps.  She will walk you through each measurement and mix as you choose from a huge variety of fragrances and colors.  After learning the ticks of the trade, you will take home:

    • An informational pamphlet
    • 6 bars of your very own soap! (a $32.00 value!)
    • A soap bar mold to keep forever and ever to make your own soaps for years to come.
    • A new skill and the memory of a great experience!

    Cost: $50 for Members, $55 Non-Members

    There is a 6 person max. For this class, allowing lots of individual attention for participants, but advance registration is a MUST!

    This is an adult workshop, but minors 13 and older can attend if accompanied by an adult and must pay registration fee. (A great activity to bong with your teen!)

    Sign up right here online!  Fill out the embedded document below, then click the big yellow pay button to submit payment. You will receive a confirmation email for both the registration and payment.

    Please follow the link complete this Registration Form before completing your purchase.

  • #B098 Soap Making Workshop (Member)
    $50.00

    September 8th from 1:00-3:00pm

    Catalog #B098

    Join the fabulous Jane Hill, creator and owner of Harley’s Soaps for this exciting workshop.  Jane will teach you how to make cold process castile soaps.  She will walk you through each measurement and mix as you choose from a huge variety of fragrances and colors.  After learning the ticks of the trade, you will take home:

  • #B097 Drawing/Painting workshop Plein Air – Art Outside (Member)
    $8.00

    Plein Air – Art Outside

    September 15 

    Catalog #B097

    Take advantage of September’s rich colors and this opportunity to draw outside by directly observing nature. Bad weather? No worries; directly observing nature from inside Dairy Barn will prepare you well to explore landscape art making.

    Materials to bring include a drawing pad, a range of pencils (2B up to 8B).  Soft color pastels.  A basic set is fine.  A Drawing board. The Dairy Barn will lend some of these drawing materials on a first come, first serve basis.  We also recommend you bring a folding chair!

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