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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. 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.
No pre-registration is required, although all students will need to sign in and out.
Questions: contact BARN at 206-842-4475
Teen Nights are generously funded by a grant from Bainbridge Community Foundation.
MARCH 8th features:
Plasma Cutting in the Welding Studio -- The Welding Studio will be open and will be assisting interested teens in hand held Plasma Cutting. There will be a sign-up sheet to sequence those interested..
Bead or Leather Wrapped Copper Bracelets in the Jewelry Studio with Chris Eisenberg - With hardware store basics, a handful of beads and a little bit of time you can make this unique and beautiful bangle bracelet. Techniques include metal cutting, hammer texturing, forming, and wire wrapping.
String Press Painting with Lauren Campbell - Create beautiful original works of art using string dipped in paint, laid out on paper: fold, press, and pull. Each press makes two mirror images. You can make them into cards or cut on the fold for a beautiful piece or art.
ETA and Kitchen Arts Collaborate to Celebrate π (Pi) Day 2019: 3.14(19)
Learn the basics of 3D printing, and learn to make small fruit π (pi) pies. In ETA you’ll 3D print a π pi shaped cookie cutter that we’ll use in the Kitchen to cut out the top crust of your pie. The cutter will be yours to take home with you.
The 3D printing part of the class is for total beginners. You will get to see BARN's 3D printers and how they work. 3D printing has many uses, ranging from practical to fun such as making customized cookie cutters, jewelry molds, buttons, prototypes, medical models used in surgery and more. If you have any curiosity about 3D printing, this is a good place to start.
Why Pi Day at BARN? π is the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet, and in mathematics it is used to represent a special number—the ratio of a circle’s circumference (the distance around the edge of circle) to its diameter (the distance from one edge to another measuring straight through the center).
Pi—which can be found in nearly all areas of mathematics and physics—is a known as a mathematical constant, meaning however big or small the circle is, its value will always be the same—roughly 3.14159.
Class members will split up, with half the class starting in the ETA Studio, and half in Kitchen, then they’ll swap places. You will go home with a π cookie cutter, and a small rustic pie.
Please take 11 minutes before class to watch this video on a genius method for making pie crust.
Students please bring an apron and your own rolling pin if you have a favorite.
For questions about ETA please contact the ETA Studio Lead, Annette Walker at email@example.com. For the Kitchen Arts portion, please contact Kate McDill, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
BARN Bazaar begins for public at 10 am to 3:00 pm
More information to be posted in October.