This is a series of FREE once monthly activities in both our ceramics and fiber arts studios. These activities are designed to be accessible to all community members; people of all ages and all-abilities. These activities are designed to be all-ability and family friendly.
First Saturdays: Fiber Studio – 1:00 to 3:00 pm
Second Saturdays: Ceramic Studio – 1:00 to 3:00 pm.
Spaces will be limited, so advance registration is recommended to secure a spot. Registering in advance also helps us know how much material preparation to do. Walk-ins will still be welcome, but please stay tuned to the website and Facebook page regarding closures do to limited spaces. To register, just email Education Director Lyn Stanton firstname.lastname@example.org. Let her know how many people you are coming with and any specific needs your group might have so we can do everything we can to accommodate all our visitors and make sure everyone has a great time!
Here’s a list of the upcoming All Access Studios Activity Schedule for both Studios:
This charming potholder is easy and fun to make. Our beginner-friendly sewing machines make stitching in a straight line a breeze! The perfect gift for Mom!
its getting time to plant your garden! Keeps your garden rows organized and your herbs sorted by adding your own hand made garden stakes. These will make a a perfect gift for mom! (Mothers day is Sunday the 13th)
This weaving project doesn’t require any special skills and is fun for kids and adults alike. You can use markers, paint, or another medium to finish the outer edge of the circle around your weaving.
Catalog # B103
Using simple clay shapes, participants will construct and glaze their own flower forms to celebrate the season. These little guys can lay on a table or in a garden, or add a hole to hang them on the wall!
Make a simple pinch pot, turn it on it’s side and add legs and silly tongues in this adorable project
Catalog # 105
This simple slab project is just the thing to celebrate the hot August rays. Participants will cut their own sun shapes from a slab of clay and sketch details like a face, then add bright colorful glazes for a charming result. These can be made to hang inside, or sit in a garden.
In support of our mission to “offer exhibitions, events, and educational programs that nurture and promote area artists and artisans; develop art appreciation among all ages; [and] provide the community access to fine arts and crafts…” The Dairy Barn is proud to bring to our community this exciting program series for 2018.