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Get a good foundation in carving techniques, including push, stop and draw cuts. In this three-session class, you will learn the basics of safe handling and use of carving knives the first night, then go on to learn how to deal with changes in wood grain, hollowing techniques, and other concepts as you make a spoon and carve a figure during second and third sessions.
This class is open to both beginning carvers and those who already have some carving experience. Each time BARN schedules this class, the carving projects are new.
Instructor: As a third-generation woodworker, Jeff Iller learned about woodworking tools and knives early on. By high school, he was winning ribbons with his wood carvings at his hometown fair. Around 1996 Jeff found room for a shop and he has carved ever since. He’ll carve most anything, but prefers to innovate with the working tools to carve multiple parts inside one piece of wood and to make physically detailed and accurate carvings of women's faces. Carvings on the entry sign to the BARN Woodworking Studio shows the quality of his work.
Iller says he was taught early on that he could make anything from wood. He is still trying to prove that statement wrong.
Word Sprint is a weekly time to write in the company of others. We write for twenty-five minutes, take a break, repeat. We'll turn dedicated, focused time into two of the most productive hours of our week!
There will be no sharing or critique, only fast-paced, supportive productivity in the company of other writers. It will be fun, exciting, and might be the thing to help you finish (or start...) your manuscript.
This group is free for members and only $25 for non-members from January through March.
Organizer: Genevieve Douglass Persen is a composer and writer.
"I used to love sewing but it's been at least 20 years!" If that's the case, this is the class for you!
Just learning to sew and you have taken the Brothers Sewing Machine Orientation Class? This could be a great class to build your skills!
We're going to review all the changes in sewing and then move onto making a garment together! You will get to choose from several patterns including patterns appropriate for women and/or men.
Session 1 will be a short 1 hour lecture.
Sessions 2 & 3 will be hands-on sewing classes.
Sessions UPDATE: Session 3 will be scheduled shortly. The first session of this class (originally on Feb. 11) was canceled due to inclement weather. The class will now start on Friday, February 15th (weather permitting), then the second session on Friday, Feb. 22.
Get that sewing mojo going!
Prerequisite: You must have taken the Brother Sewing Machine Orientation Class in order to qualify for this class. There are two classes available. Tuesday, February 5th and Thursday, February 7th.
Ages: Ages 18+ Welcome.
Instructor Bio: Fiber Studio Member, Renae Matson, is a long time sewist who makes most of her clothing, as well as clothes for her grandchildren. She has done many things in her life, including working as a professional sewing teacher. She is an instrumental member of the Fiber Arts Studio Sewing Programming Committee -- always generating new and wonderful ways for us to sew together.
* This class has prerequisites. Please see details below.
Learn all the steps in building a plywood lapstrake boat as you and your classmates construct a 9-foot, 6-inch Nutshell Pram in this nine-session class. The well-tested plans result in a lightweight dinghy that's enjoyable to row across a sheltered cove or lake, or be used as a tender for a cruising boat. It can also be outfitted with a mast and sail — but those are for later classes.
In this class, you and your classmates will get the boat to the stage where it is ready to sail with oars. Among the many skills you will learn:
Short-sleeve or tight-cuff tops and close-toe comfortable shoes are required. No jewelry other than "button-type" earrings for women is allowed, so no rings, bracelets, necklaces. Long hair must be tied back.
Learn the basic features of Fusion 360, a 3-D design program that will allow you to design objects on a computer screen and turn into items made of metal, wood, plastic or even molds for casting glass.
This class is required if you want to take studio-specific classes in how to run computer-controled tools at BARN including the plasma cutter in the Welding Studio, the milling machine in the Metal Machining Studio, or the CNC router in the Woodworking Studio. You can also use Fusion 360 to design objects for BARN's 3-D printers.
Please note: You must bring a laptop computer with a mouse and a working copy of Fusion 360 already downloaded to that computer. This is critical as no computers are provided, and the design program does not work well with a trackpad. There is no time during the class to download the program. If you have questions or run into problems downloading the program, please use this form to contact the instructor for help.
This is a two-session class, designed to allow you to work with the program after the first session and get help with roadblocks or answers to your questions at the second session. Allow time between the sessions to work on your project, which you will get at the first session. A learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class, including:
Instructor: Chris Stanley is a fourth-generation artist/ craftsman who works in a variety of media. After working for many years as a professional model maker in both architectural and design fields, he went into education. He taught computer-aided design and other classes for the Art Institute of Seattle for 19 years.
Join us for our second 'Knit-Along.' We have been hoping Sandy Hall would teach us how to knit this vest ever since we first saw her wear it. This Garter Stitch Vest is simple yet a very stylish vest.
Never participated in a Knit-Along? A Knit-Along is a community activity where knitters get together and work on the same project at the same time. It allows us to work as a group, share our enthusiasm, ask questions, and solve challenges. For this 'Knit Along' you will already need to know how to knit a simple stitch and how to cast on.
This Knit-Along is free for BARN members and $30 for Guests.
Materials: $5 for the pattern.
Knit-Along participants need to bring:
Skill Level: Advanced Beginner. Students need to know how to do the knit stitch and cast on.
Ages: Ages 14+ Welcome.
Instructor Bio: Sandy Hall has been knitting and spinning for over 40 years. Her felted hats are featured at the Artful Ewe in Port Gamble. As an occupational therapist and special education, she has taught variety of classes with appreciation of the select learning styles. Everyone who has taken her knitting and spinning classes at BARN rates her as an excellent teacher who's knowledge and wonderful way of working with students is marvelous.
* This class has a pre-requisite. Please see below.
This all-day workshop with nationally known woodturner and instructor Eric Lofstrom will develop your skill with a foundation tool – the skew — and improve your skills with all turning tools.
The most versatile tool for woodturners, a skew can peel, pare and finish wood to a fine surface, and create beads, V-cuts and coves. Learn how to wield a skew skillfully, and you can decrease your turning and sanding time on virtually all spindle projects. Is your primary interest in bowls and hollow forms? Learning to use the skew will improve all of your turning techniques.
This hands-on class will emphasize sharpening, controlling the tool to finesse a clean cut, and practicing basic to advanced cuts. Using only the skew, you will explore many practice exercises designed to fine-tune your turning skills using two of Lofstrom’s favorite projects for honing spindle skills: an egg and his version of a finger-tip spinning top.
Instructor: Eric Lofstrom grew up around woodworking but learned about woodturning only in 2001, at a free demo about turning pens and letter openers. His wife bought him a mini lathe and tool set for Christmas that year, and he was on his way. After a few dramatic catches during the first few projects, he decided to focus on gaining tool control and improving his technique. Lofstrom joined the South Puget Sound Chapter of the American Association of Woodturners in 2002 and has since served on its board. He began demonstrating and teaching woodturning at local woodworking stores in 2006. Since then, he has taught at multiple symposiums and has become a sought-after instructor for woodturning clubs across the United States and Canada. See examples of his work on his website, www.ericlofstrom.com.
Word War is a weekly sprint writing meet-up, where participants will be timed for four twenty-five minute intervals, writing as many words as they can for as long as the timer is running, with short breaks in between. Word counts will be recorded, and we'll turn dedicated, focused time and light-hearted competition into two of the most productive hours of our week!
There will be no sharing or critique, only fast-paced, supportive-but-competitive productivity in the company of other writers. It will be fun, exciting, and might be the thing to help you finish (or start...) your manuscript.
Organizer: Amelia Ramsey is a graduate of The Evergreen State College where she studied modern Southern literature and an indie-published author of dozens of steamy romantic shorts, novellas, and novels. She writes and publishes on Amazon under two pseudonyms she's too embarrassed to share with anyone. She's currently working on her first non-romantic
If you are a BARN member who is interested in joining, contact Amelia at firstname.lastname@example.org
Come bring your work and join others of like mind while we make books, do letterpress and use the equipment. This is an independent work time, and limited supplies are available at cost.
Please register so we know how many will be coming. This is free for Members.
Guest price is $20.
The toolbox is designed to safely store and transport hand planes, hammers and chisels. But you can use yours for any number of purposes. The box will be approximately 2 feet long, 1 foot wide and 6 inches tall. It will have a sliding lid that locks into place without hardware. There is no complicated joinery in this project. You'll use copper nails — but with a clever twist developed by Japanese carpenters that keeps them from popping out.
Instructor: Gary Bella grew up in western Pennsylvania. After college and art school, he moved to the Bay Area in California and began working in Marin County with several firms in residential construction. Later, he specialized in finish carpentry while developing a design/build business. He took classes with traditional Japanese teahouse carpenter Makoto Imai and later worked primarily with Makoto building traditional houses and tea houses in California, New York and Washington. After he moved to Bainbridge in 2003, he continued to build Japanese-inspired projects for private clients. He was among the craftsmen who restored the Japanese guest house at the Bloedel Reserve.
Stop by ETA Open Studio to use studio tools and equipment, or to check out what's going on, talk shop and hang out. It's collaborative, informal learning and maker time for tech enthusiasts of varying skill levels and interests.
No registration needed. Free for members. Open to non-members. For non-members, there is a $20 drop-in fee payable to the studio monitor by cash or check made out to BARN.
All are welcome to drop by during this Open studio if you would like to observe.
Please note: This is the second session of a earlier class that was postponed due to the weather for students to do make-up time.
This class is designed for the curious new metal artist or someone looking for a fun and easy project. Beginning and all levels of experience welcome. Youth are welcome, ages 14 and up.
The class will start you off with introductory metal and tool information and instruction. By the end of the class you will leave with a finished customized pendant, charm or key chain hand made entirely by you!
There is an additional $15 material fee that covers the costs of the first project.
Students may purchase additional metals and sterling silver during class for additional projects.
If you are registering you and your child to do this project together, please register you and your child separately.
Beginner to all levels of experience welcome. Ages 14 and up.
Sarah Jones is a local Bainbridge Island artist and jeweler. With a background in ceramics and sculpting, Sarah started her journey into metal arts with studio lead Jane Martin back at Yeolmalt Cabin. She enjoys teaching beginners and youth because witnessing people have that “aha” moment never gets old. And introducing youth to hands on trade skills and opportunities is priceless.
Sarah Jones is also a studio monitor and on the BARN Jewelry/Fine Metal Arts steering committee
Sarah sells her art to private collectors and her work can be viewed on Instagram @SarahJonesJewelry.
TIG welding is generally recognized as the welding technique of choice for artisans and more exotic materials including aluminum and stainless steel. TIG welding is more difficult to learn than MIG welding. TIG requires greater hand/eye coordination. TIG welding is a lower amperage precision arc welding process particularly useful in artwork and metal sculpture.
This is hands-on introduction to TIG welding. Class size is 4 people facilitating one-on-one learning and direct mentoring. Each participant will have the use of a fully equipped TIG welding station.
The objective of the TIG series is for you to be able to comfortably weld using the TIG process.
Instructor: Dave Roe. Dave is an amateur welder and a principal in the Metal Fabrication group at BARN. He is a Board Member at BARN.
Printmaking: Fob Open Studio will be a regular Tuesday night feature. This is un-monitored, dedicated time when BARN members with printmaking studio fob access can be sure there is no other class in session, and can make plans to print together in the studio. (Technically, Open Studio in the print studio is whenever there is not a class in session. Check both the Print and Book Arts calendars; if there is no class for either of these studios, you are welcome to come in and work.) If you can work on your own projects that do not require further instruction, no need to check the calendar. Up to 10 print studio members can work at one time. If there is high demand, we will begin having formal online registration for this time period. Until then, you can just show up.
This class is a benefit for BARN Members only.
Learn how to use the Media studio to make simple audio recordings. Upon completion, you will be qualified to use the studio recording equipment. In addition, you will be granted FOB access, have access to the Google calendar to reserve studio time, have access to Google Drive storage for sharing your work with yourself at home, and will be given instructions on how to maintain an orderly studio so that others will not be confused or disoriented. A brief introduction to equipment that may be used outside of the studio will also be given.
Note: On-boarding training is a requirement for unsupervised use of the Studio.
Please register as class is limited to 3 students.
Contact: Chris Walker at Media.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org
* This class has pre-requisites. Please see below.
In this all-day workshop with nationally known woodturner and instructor Eric Lofstrom, you will learn the basic skills needed to create a small bowl with an outward flowing square rim. Your first one might not turn out quite as sophisticated as the Lofstrom bowl in the picture, but this class is sure to tease your mind and set ripples of inspiration in motion!
As you create the bowl from a square blank with basic turning tools, you will explore techniques to maximize effectiveness of the bowl gouge and finishing scrapers. You will utilize several methods for mounting a face-grain blank to the lathe for turning. Focus will be placed on tool control and creating a flowing form, while aiming for the cleanest cuts possible from the tools.
Looking to become involved in the Kitchen Arts Studio?
Whether you would like to volunteer, teach, or rent the kitchen for personal use, you are invited to attend a Kitchen Studio orientation!
Orientation is free, but registration is required so we know how many attendees to expect.
Orientations will be held monthly on the third Wednesday of the month, at 10:00 am.
There are also evening classes available. Please see our calendar to register for the evening session.
The last session of this class has been rescheduled to Wednesday, February 20; from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM for the students who couldn't do the make-up on the 11th.
This beginning level class is a 3 session class in the month of January for those that have never taken a jewelry class or have been through one or two beginning classes at BARN. We will make a pair of earring by sawing sterling silver with a jeweler's saw or punching out metal with the punches. Many tips and tricks to make these processes easier will be shown. Learn how to master these tools and use them often. Stamping letters and numbers and rolling textures in metals will be covered.
This is a 100 level class for beginners and ongoing for those that have taken another beginning class at BARN.
There will be a $15 materials fee.
Jane Martin has taught jewelry making at Pratt Fine Arts Center in Seattle, for the Seattle Metals Guild, and the Bainbridge Island park department. Her jewelry is shown at Facere Jewelry Art Gallery in Seattle. She has been making jewelry since she was in high school and has a BFA from University of the Arts, Philadelphia.
Open Studio: Wednesday, 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm.
You are welcome to attend as many sessions as you like!
If you’re interested in using open studio time, please attend one of our orientation and skills assessment sessions, listed on the calendar. During skills assessment sessions we will show you around and ask you to demonstrate your experience with certain tools, which will then qualify you to use those tools during open studio time. If you do not know how to use the tools, you may need to take a beginner class to become qualified.
Open Studio is not a class where instruction will be given. Open Studio times allow users to have a work space to finish projects they may have started in other Jewelry classes. Again, Skills Assessment and Orientation are a must to have access to Open Studio.
Open studio is free for members, and $20 for non-members (please bring cash or check made out to BARN).
No need to register, just drop on in to any Wednesday session.
If you’re a non-member (or a member who has forgotten your key fob) and find the front door locked when you show up for a class or open studio session, please call the studio and we’ll let you in. Jewelry Studio phone number is
206-842-4475, ext 213.
Questions? Contact Jewelry.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org
In this open studio one or more experienced machinists will be on hand to assist you with your project. The prerequisite for attending this Open Studio is Machine Shop Orientation and preferably at least one lathe and milling class.
Some experience with machine tools desired. Bring your own metal or plastic and hardware for your project. Bring safety glasses and hearing protection may be needed. We have ear plugs available.
Instructor Bio: Peter and Stan are retired mechanical engineers who have had or have their own metal machining work shops.
Peter Moseley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org,
Orientation is free, but registration is required so we know how many attendees to expect. If there are no registrants, the class will be cancelled.
Orientations will be held monthly on the third Wednesday of the month, at 7:00 PM.
There are also morning classes available. Please see our calendar to register for the morning session.
You will build a sturdy, two-step stepstool of solid wood and plywood. The project was specifically designed to give you experience with the most common stationary and portable tools in the woodshop:
This class is an intermediate level class. The prerequisite for this class is A-Z of Fused Glass.
Vitrigraph comes from the Latin “vitri” (glass) and the Greek “graph” (writing). A vitrigraph kiln is used for the process of heating glass in a small pot and allowing the molten glass to flow out of the bottom of a pot through the bottom of the kiln. This a two session class (Thursday and Friday).
This specialized tool can, with experience & practice, aid glass enthusiasts in their creative quest. Using the Vitirgraph to create curvey stringer, curving glass rods, and linear elements, will expand creative ideas with which to draw from.
Session 1, introduces students how to control the fluidity of glass by hand pulling, stretching and twisting glass stringer at 1600 degrees.
Session 2 brings students the opportunity to use the pulled glass, to create a 10" x 10" fused glass line drawing. This is a amazing & fun technique you won't want to miss! Becoming comfortable with this technique will lead to more advanced classes where we will make murini & mille fiori rods.
There is a material fee of $30 included the price of the class.
Instructor: Diane Bonciolini
The "olini" of Mesolini Glass Studio, Diane's love of glass is her passion. As a full-time glass artist who has lived and worked on Bainbridge Island since 1977, she grows and changes with every project. She describes glass, her medium of choice, as having a life of its own. This multifaceted medium shows itself in each of her creations: stained glass, slumped and fused glass, lamp work, or glass combined with concrete.
Wondering what Letterpress is? Whether you are a beginner or an experienced letterpress printer, drop in any time between 4:00 PM and 6:30 PM during this monitored studio session to become acquainted with BARN’s Letterpress Studio — its equipment, tools and resources. Join us for one or more sessions to get your questions answered and talk letterpress. Please see our calendar for other dates and times.
Free event - all levels of learners are welcome
No prerequisites required
Please register so we know how many to expect
Letterpress Monitor Bio's:
Hidde Van Duym is a Founding Member of BARN and is a member of the Book-Arts/Letterpress Steering Committee. He is a book-arts artist whose work has been shown at Bainbridge Arts & Crafts, Roby King Gallery, Craft in America, and the Artist's Books Collection at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. He regards the letterpress as an opportunity to expand his book-arts horizons.
Peggy Graving is a member of the steering committees at the BARN for the Book Arts/Letterpress Studio and the Printmaking Studio. Her letterpress knowledge and skills have been developed in multiple BARN courses taught by Ellie Mathews and Carl Youngmann of The North Press in Port Townsend.
If you are a Non-Member (or a Member who has forgotten your fob), please park behind BARN on the lower level. There will be a Studio Doorbell to ring and someone will let you in.
This is a Welding Assisted Studio for members and guests to work on personal projects.
This class is for those that have complete MIG 1, 2, and 3 OR previous welding OR plasma cutting experience.
A monitor will be available to assist participants with proper use of the equipment, welding techniques, and fabrication in MIG or TIG. (The monitor has discretion regarding ill-advised projects.)
Participants may practice their welding skills or pursue their projects and are encouraged to bring their own project materials. There will be a safety refresher. Please contact Henry Sharpe at the email below if you have questions.
Teacher/Monitor: Henry Sharpe Henry is an amateur welder and active the the Metal Fabrication Group at BARN. He is the studio lead for welding.
Contact Studio Lead: Henry Sharpe (HenrySharpe@gmail.com)
Prerequisite: Those wishing to make use of Open Studio Time at Alchemy Industrial Arts must have taken at least one forging or knife making class at Alchemy so that they are familiar with the safety protocols, processes and clean up procedures.
BARN members must register and pay a $10 studio use fee to attend an Alchemy Open Studio. BARN guests will be charged a $20 fee. No drop ins please.
If you your work involves the 72” grinders, you must bring your own 72 x 2” grinding belts available from the following sources:
https://trugrit.com, https://www.knifemaking.com and Amazon.
Gloves may not be used around grinding machines. Dust masks are available. It is best if you bring your own eye protection.
Participants must wear natural fiber clothing, long pants, long sleeves, closed toe shoes (natural fiber or leather), no stretch fabrics, and long hair tied back. No hoodie ties, necklaces or bracelets. or anything else that can get caught in machinery.
Location: This is an off-site class.
Alchemy Industrial Arts
9392 Wardwell Ave NE
Bainbridge Island WA
Jeremy Loerch, Alchemy Industrial Arts, owner, email@example.com. (206) 992-8509
Nathan Abell, BARN Metal Fabrication Monitor, firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 491-8146
OrPeter Moseley, Metal Fabrication Chairman, email@example.com, 650-224-9615
In this Sheet Metal Orientation and Tool Safety class, you will learn the proper use of the studio's tools and equipment; most importantly the brake and jump shear. You will try your hand with the studio's equipment, all of which is hand operated. Interested students are advised to attend before you sign up for classes or come to an Assisted Studio.
Participants must wear natural fiber clothing, long pants, closed toe shoes (natural fiber or leather), no stretch fabrics, and long hair tied back.
Teacher/Monitor: Chris Stanley Model Maker, Educator He folds a mean piece of metal.
Additional Contact -- Studio Lead: Chris Stanley
Do you want to cast outside of class?
Come be a part of BARN’s Casting Club!!
This is an exciting opportunity to practice casting your own work in precious metals. This is a Hands-On experience. You'll have an opportunity to do every step in the casting process yourself. This isn't a class, but more like an open studio for casting. It will require some casting experience (see below) and teamwork. We've started this club to give our community a chance to cast on a regular basis. We plan on growing and evolving to include the casting of 3D printed pieces and mold making. If you're interested in participating, see requirements and specifics below.
When you sign-up, you automatically get two small to medium flasks to cast. We ask that you:
If you’d like to cast more than two flasks, please email us so we can confirm there is available space. Each flask beyond the two allotted will incur an additional materials fee paid on the investing day. (All participant’s first two flasks will have priority over additional flasks in case of a full kiln).
Casting Club Requirements
You need to have taken at least one lost wax centrifugal casting class in the last 5 years where you poured your own metal. (Or have enough experience with lost wax centrifugal casting that you are comfortable casting on your own. If this is the case, shoot us an email so you can get approved.)
Please wear closed-toed shoes and long pants to the casting day. Non-flammable natural fiber is best. Please bring something to tie back loose hair and don’t wear loose draping clothing.
We have dust masks, safety glasses and gloves that you can use, but feel free to bring your own.
To participate you must be 18 years or older (special circumstances must be cleared with the Jewelry Studio beforehand)
What To Expect
On Friday evening, we will be investing, so come with your pieces sprued, weighed (don't forget to record your wax weight & bring it) and attached to the sprue base, so we can jump right in. Don’t plan on there being time to sprue your work during this time. If you have any concerns or would like some advice on spruing, come to open studio on Monday or Friday. We have set aside a locker where you can leave your sprued flask if you so choose. During investing, we’ll have time to make some last minute adjustments and weigh our metals. When everyone's done investing we’ll clean up and figure out the pouring order for the next morning. You're welcome to stay to help load the kiln for its’ overnight burn.
On Saturday morning, come with appropriate casting wear (& hair up). After a review of the days plan we will get everything ready for the pour. Teams of 2 people will take turns casting until we finish. When all of the flasks are poured everyone can help clean up and show off their work!!
Casting Club -- $35
$5/flask materials fee (please bring cash or check to class)
Contact Info firstname.lastname@example.org
You will make the box from maple and walnut. With the lid, the box will be 5¼ inches long, 4 inches wide and up to 3 inches high. At the end of class, your box will be ready for sanding and finishing.
Instructor: Chris Stanley is a model maker, artist and educator. For 19 years, he taught model making and design as a full-time instructor at the Art Institute of Seattle. He currently teaches classes here at BARN in jewelry, metal fabbrication, sheet metal, and now woodworking. Bill Gray will assist.
Peter Mosley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org,
Build a house for orchard mason bees, the gentle natives that are super-efficient pollinators. Or even better, enlist a kid and sign up as a team to build one.
In this class, you will learn about these amazing bees, their needs and what makes them so much fun to raise. Unlike honeybees, which are not native to North America, orchard mason bees do not have the social structure of a hive, so there is no need for them to aggressively protect one. Thus, there is very little chance of getting stung. But the bees still pollinate flowers, so encouraging them is one way to ensure a bountiful crop of apples, plums and other treats.
Working with mostly pre-cut parts, you will construct a cute cedar hut that shelters trays with grooves that fit parchment tubes, which you will also learn to make. The mother bees go into the tubes to lay their eggs and leave little packets of food. As the eggs hatch, the larvae grow and eventually create cocoons to protect the pupae until they hatch the following spring, starting the cycle over again.
Instructor: Josh Haza. Josh has been building furniture for his home and doing home renovations for a few decades now. He also built equipment for high school physics classes he taught.
Close-toe comfortable shoes are required.
Fix-It Saturday (FREE -- Members & Guests)
This Open Studio takes advantage of the equipment and skills of the Metal Fabrication group at BARN to meet the challenge of repairing items brought in. Requested repairs should be focused on metal or related electrical projects. Your hands on participation in the "fix-it" process is encouraged.
See what we can do, what suggestions we can make, or what other avenues you might pursue if a fix is not at hand.
(No wheeled vehicles, please).
Registration is not required. This open studio is free and open to members and non-members.
BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for participants.
Participants who plan to weld must wear natural fiber clothing, long pants, long sleeves, closed toe shoes (natural fiber or leather), no stretch fabrics, and long hair tied back.
Rob Avery: Rob is a Monitor in the welding studio; a creative artist, loves to share, coach others and problem solve in creative ways.(email@example.com)
Peter Mosley: Peter is retired mechanical engineer who has had own metal machining work shop. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Chris Stanley: Model maker, educator, artist. Chris is a "Jack of all trades". Reportedly, he can fix anything except a broken heart. (email@example.com)