Metal Arts & related upcoming events

    • Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Studio, Class Code: ME0218CS
    • 3
    Register

    Tired of cheep flimsy plastic dust pans that always leave that last bit of dirt on the floor? Come make your own improved metal dust pan.
    Two sizes will be offered household and Shop.

    You’ll use a wide range of sheet metal tools including a shear, bender, tubing bender and spot welder

    No prior sheet metal experience is required, although it will be helpful to have taken the two-hour Sheet Metal Safety class.

    Additional materials fee of $18 for sheet metal will be added to your total when you register for class.

     

    Instructor:  Chris Stanley: Model Maker, Educator, Artist. Chris spent the last 18 years teaching it all in the industrial design program at The Art Institute of Seattle.


    • Tuesday, February 27, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Small Classroom at BARN, Class Code ME0218PM-2V
    • 8
    Register

    In this class you will learn about basic metal cutting, and the tools in the BARN machine shop studio used for drilling, turning, milling, sawing and grinding. There will be a basic demonstration of what the drill press, lathe, milling machine, cut off saw, band saw and surface grinder do. Throughout, there will be an emphasis on safety issues surrounding these powerful and potentially dangerous machines.

    This class is free but please register so we know how many to expect.

    Contact: Peter Moseley
    Metal.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

    • Wednesday, February 28, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
    • BARN Sheet Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0218BW-1
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    This is a new class designed to give participants exposure and practice in shaping sheet metal into compound curved forms.  Applications are in art and fabrication. You can even make a bowl.

    This class is intended to teach you the skills needed to form compound curves in sheet metal. We will start with hand tools such as hammers and dollies and shot bag to get a hands-on feel for what it takes to shape metal. Then we will progress to the English wheel, and on to the shrinker/stretcher. Time permitting; we may also use the pneumatic planishing hammer. There will be time allowed to work on your personal shaping project.

    Small class size of 4 creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring. Students will work in teams of two.  

    There is a materials fee of $10 that will be added to the class tuition when you register.

    This offering is unique in that participants can start at any point in the class cycle and develop their skills at their own pace. More classes will be posted in the future.


    Check out Bill Wentworth's website at: https://www.northwestsculpture.com/

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Instructor Bio: Bill Wentworth studied sculpture and industrial design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA, and at San Jose State College, San Jose CA. He became interested in metal work at a young age, and became fascinated by the handiwork that went into the custom-made bodies of Italian and British racing cars. As an adult, he studied drafting and the machine trade, which led to a to starting and operating a company that specialized in architectural metal fabrication. He began his career as artist after moving to Poulsbo in 2004, and opened a studio – Sterling Design – in Poulsbo, Washington. He finds that his attention is repeatedly drawn to the natural architecture of plants, a theme which often shows up in his abstract sculpture. You can see some of Bill’s work at NorthwestSculpture.com.

    • Wednesday, February 28, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN-Small Classroom, Class Code ME0218JE
    • 8
    Register

    In this beginners class you will learn how to to take your ideas and convert them to drawings that will allow you to plan and document how you will make what you want.

    You will be introduced to dimensioning, tolerances, the leadscrew, and the basics of the machine tools and their operations that can be performed. You will use some basic measuring tools to measure parts and makes drawings of them. 

    This class will be a great preparation for any of our hands-on classes in the machine, sheet metal, or wood shop.

    Bring a pad of paper, a straight edge and pencil and eraser to the class. If you have a 6” machinist scale and or a vernier or digital caliper please bring these. BARN measuring tools will be provided if you don’t have them.

    Teacher Bio:  Jerry Erickson is an engineer and machinist who has developed a lot of mechanisms and products for various companies.

    Contact:  Jerry Erickson, Jericksonhome@msn.com

    • Thursday, March 01, 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • BARN Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0218HS-V1
    • 3
    Register

    MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is the easiest kind of welding to learn and a technique with broad applications.

    This is a hands-on introduction is the first of a four-part series. The class is aimed at students interested in trying MIG welding.

    Small class size (4) creates an intimate learning atmosphere for one-on-one learning and direct mentoring. Each participant will have the use of a fully equipped Miller 215 welder and will go through the set up process.

    The goal at the end of the class is to feel comfortable with the operation of the welding machine and the MIG welding process. The class begins with a safety briefing. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and materials. There will be approximately an hour and a half of hands-on practice and guidance on technique.  At the end of class, students should be able to lay down a MIG bead and to be able to identify and remedy problems with the bead.  Many students will have advanced to exploring different types of weld joints or welding different thicknesses of material.

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.

    Students must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.  (Auto-darkening sun glasses are not helpful)

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 


    There is a materials fee of $15 for steel coupons, gas, filler wire that will be added to the cost of the class when you register.

    The following is required from each participant:

    • Long sleeve shirt and pants in natural fiber clothing (no stretch fabrics)
    • Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.
    • Leather closed toed shoes  

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 60 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Contact: Henry Sharpe: HenrySharpe@gmail.com.


    • Thursday, March 01, 2018
    • Thursday, March 08, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop, Class Code ME0318CS
    • 3
    Register

    In this two session class you will learn how to safely use the Vertical Milling Machine. The Mill is one of the most useful machines for making simple to complex parts out of metal or plastic. We will cover work holding, cutters, the rotary table, and how to deal with different materials. 

    After completion of the class you will be able to make that part that they just don’t have at the hardware store. You will leave the class with a set of coasters or other useful items that you have made.

    Additional Materials Fee of $10 for plastic and metal used during class will be added to the tuition and then totaled when you register.

    Instructor Bio: Chris Stanley is a professional model maker and educator. He has done work for IBM, NASA, the Smithsonian, and many other companies. He has taught many an industrial design student how to bring their creations to life in the machine shop

    For questions please contact the instructor acstanley3@mac.com

    • Saturday, March 03, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop ME1217-2PM+
    • 5
    Register

    In this open studio one or more experienced machinists will be on hand to assist you with your project. Must have taken the Introduction to the Machine Shop 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.

    Open Studio is free to Members and $10 for Non-Members. Please register so we know who is coming.

    Instructor Bio: Peter and Stan are retired mechanical engineers who have had or have their own metal machining work shops.

    Contact:
    Peter Mosley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org, or Stan Stumbo-stanstumbo@comcast.net

    • Saturday, March 03, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0318HS-V
    • 1
    Register

    Cut shapes out of flat sheet steel.  Make an idea into hard reality. 

    Plasma cutting uses a highly focused electric arc and compressed air to cut steel.  Wiki (paraphrased) describes the process thusly:  Plasma cutting involves creating an electrical channel of super-heated, electrically ionized gas i.e. plasma, through the work piece forming a completed electric circuit. Compressed gas is blown through a focused nozzle at high speed.  The electrical arc ionizes some of the gas, thereby creating an electrically conductive channel of plasma. As electricity from the cutter torch travels down this plasma it delivers sufficient heat to melt through the work piece. The compressed gas blows the hot molten metal away, thereby cutting through the work piece. 

    Participants will use a plasma cutter to create a design in 16 gauge steel (roughly 3/32nds). Each student will have a 2 foot square sheet of steel to work with.  Bring a design to work with. Detail should be at a level you can draw with a sharpie or soapstone and trace with a somewhat awkward implement while wearing gloves that is not too complicated.

    There is a $25 materials fee that will be added to the cost of class when you register for steel 2'x2', cutter tip replacements, and PPE.

    Small class size (3) creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring.  Work space is limited on the plasma table.  Students will take turns using the plasma cutters.

    The class begins with a safety briefing.

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.

    Students must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2.  If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Contact: henrysharpe@gmail.com



    • Saturday, March 03, 2018
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code ME0318HS-V4
    • 4
    Register

    This is a workshop open to those interested in becoming Monitors for the Welding Studio. It is a familiarization and practice session so that prospective Monitors are comfortable with the range and use of equipment in the Welding Studio. Training will be provided in safety protocols and Welding Studio operating procedures.

    Prospective monitors should be safety conscious BARN members and sufficiently skilled welders to be able to assist open studio participants who have undertaken welding classes and are developing their skills. Prospective monitors need not be skilled or practiced in all types of welding. Monitors will be able to guide open studios that are limited to a single type of welding.

    Prospective monitors should contact the Welding Studio Lead (Henry Sharpe at henrysharpe@gmail.com) or the Metal Arts Studio Lead (Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com) when considering registering for this workshop.

    The goal of this and similar workshops is to develop a cadre of Welding Studio Monitors to support the growth of the Welding Studio and facilitate Open Studios for Barn Members and participants. 

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment will be provided by BARN.

    Participants must wear long sleeve natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    If only one student has registered 60 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    • Sunday, March 04, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • BARN Small Classroom Downstairs, Class Code: ME0318Mc
    • 4
    Register

    Upon completion of the class, you should be familiar with the basic features of the program and be able to create and modify 3D designs to specific dimensions. 

    You must have a laptop computer for the class as no computers are provided. Please download a working copy of Fusion 360 to a laptop prior to the class. This must be done BEFORE class starts. The instructor will not be able to help you with this at the beginning of class. Please use the email below if you have questions.

    A 20-page learning reference will be provided on the techniques covered in the class including: 
    • Basic design concepts
    • Dimensioning designs
    • Step by step creation of a cad design
    • Additional Learning resources to fast track proficiency in Fusion

    Instructor Bio: Mark McComsey is a serious hobbyist who has converted several different machine tools from manual to CNC. He is a knife maker and has done some high performance automobile work.

    Please email the instructor, Mark McComsey if you have difficulties installing Fusion prior to the class at: mark@mccomsey.net

    • Monday, March 05, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Metal Arts Sheet Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0218CS
    • 4
    Register

     Make A Large Five Point Star 
    Create a dramatic, three-dimensional five pointed metal star to decorate a wall or maybe the side of a barn or garage. In this class you'll form, assemble and spot weld together five pieces of metal into the shape of star using jump shears, box and pan brake and a spot welder. 

    You’ll make your 36-inch-diameter five-point star from galvanized steel, which you can paint later, if you wish.  (The star in the picture is galvanized steel sprayed with an antique bronze paint.) 

    No prior sheet metal experience is required, although it will be helpful to have taken the two-hour Sheet Metal Safety class.

    Additional materials fee of $15 for sheet metal will be added to your total when you register for class.

    Instructor:  Chris Stanley: Model Maker, Educator, Artist. Chris spent the last 18 years teaching it all in the industrial design program at The Art Institute of Seattle.

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    • Tuesday, March 06, 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • BARN - Small Class Room
    • 4
    Register
    In this follow-up session of the popular Ready, Set, Shoot: How to Photograph Glass and Jewelry Successfully. Jerry Davis is back to show you how to make the photos that you took look better with photo processing.  Transform your photos from ho-hum to eye-popping:  learn to crop; add artistic elements; adjust color, brightness, sharpness, and contrast; correct flaws; and use special effects. 


    You can participate in the class in three ways:

    1. Bring your laptop, photos, and photo processing software, such as Photoshop, Lightroom, or any other.

    2. If you do not have a laptop to bring, we will have two computers on-site running Photoshop Elements.  You can practice on these if you bring a flash/thumb drive with your photos on it.  If not, we will have sample photos you can use.

    3. You can also just watch as Jerry demonstrates what to do. Then, take this knowledge home with you to practice on your own.

    INSTRUCTOR: Jerry Davis has been a photographer for over forty years.  Part of that time he was a craftsman as well.   After photographing his own work, he started shooting photos for other artists.  Much of their work was in glass or silver.  Yes, he started with the hard stuff.  He often traveled to the artists' locations so they could have full access to their creations.   He constructed many small photo studios in the artists' workshops.  Jerry works with available light, natural light, continuous lights, and strobes.

    • Tuesday, March 06, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code ME0318DR-V1
    • 2
    Register

    This is a workshop open to those interested in becoming Monitors for the Welding Studio. Self nomination is encouraged. It is a familiarization and practice session so that prospective Monitors are comfortable with the range and use of equipment in the Welding Studio. Training will be provided in safety protocols and Welding Studio operating procedures.

    Prospective monitors should be safety conscious BARN members and sufficiently skilled welders to be able to support assisted or open studio participants who have undertaken welding classes and are developing their skills. Prospective monitors need not be skilled or practiced in all types of welding. Monitors will be able to guide assisted or open studios that are limited to a single type of welding.

    Prospective monitors should contact the Welding Studio Lead (Henry Sharpe at henrysharpe@gmail.com) or the Metal Arts Studio Lead (Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com) when considering registering for this workshop.

    The goal of this and similar workshops is to develop a cadre of Welding Studio Monitors to support the growth of the Welding Studio and facilitate Assisted and Open Studios for Barn Members and participants. 

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment will be provided by BARN.

    Participants must wear long sleeve natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    • Tuesday, March 06, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • BARN, Metal Machine Shop, Class Code: ME0318CS
    • 3
    Register

    In this class you will be introduced to the components of the tool room lathe; safety issues, and how to use the lathe to make various types of shapes. During the class you will make a pretty and functional spinning top to take home.

    When registering for class, you will be required to pay an additional $10 materials fee for brass and steel. This will then be added to the base price of the class and totaled to give the amount due. 

    Instructor Bio: Chris Stanley is a professional model maker and educator. He has done work for IBM, NASA, the Smithsonian, and many other companies. He has taught many an industrial design student how to bring their creations to life in the machine shop

    For questions please contact the instructor acstanley3@mac.com


    Studio Lead Contact:
    Peter Moseley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


    • Wednesday, March 07, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • BARN Sheet Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0318BW
    • 4
    Register

    This is a continuing class designed to give participants exposure and practice in shaping sheet metal into compound curved forms. This class is designed so that you can start the class at any point or continue beyond previous lessons. Applications are in art and fabrication. You can even make a bowl.

    This class is intended to teach you the skills needed to form compound curves in sheet metal. We will start with hand tools such as hammers and dollies and shot bag to get a hands-on feel for what it takes to shape metal. Then we will progress to the English wheel, and on to the shrinker/stretcher. Time permitting; we may also use the pneumatic planishing hammer. There will be time allowed to work on your personal shaping project.

    Small class size of 4 creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring. Students will work in teams of two.  

    There is a materials fee of $10 that will be added to the class tuition when you register.

    This offering is unique in that participants can start at any point in the class cycle and develop their skills at their own pace. More classes will be posted in the future.


    Check out Bill Wentworth's website at: https://www.northwestsculpture.com/

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Instructor Bio: Bill Wentworth studied sculpture and industrial design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA, and at San Jose State College, San Jose CA. He became interested in metal work at a young age, and became fascinated by the handiwork that went into the custom-made bodies of Italian and British racing cars. As an adult, he studied drafting and the machine trade, which led to a to starting and operating a company that specialized in architectural metal fabrication. He began his career as artist after moving to Poulsbo in 2004, and opened a studio – Sterling Design – in Poulsbo, Washington. He finds that his attention is repeatedly drawn to the natural architecture of plants, a theme which often shows up in his abstract sculpture. You can see some of Bill’s work at NorthwestSculpture.com.

    • Thursday, March 08, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0118EM-2
    • 3
    Register

    This class is the second of a 4 part series.  It is the next step once students complete the prerequisite class: MIG (Metal Inert Gas) Welding Part 1.  The class is open to those who have completed MIG #1 or the equivalent.  The emphasis of the class will be on technique development and practice.

    This is a hands-on opportunity to refine and practice what was learned in MIG #1. 

    The class will focus on how to perform different kind of welds – butt, lap,  “T”, corner, and edge.  The goal at the end of the studio is to feel comfortable with the operation of the welding machine and the MIG welding process in performing different welds.  Students may progress to a simple welded piece.

    The class will review the safety briefing, the introduction to welding theory and materials. 

    BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment.

    Students must wear long sleeves and long pants of natural fiber.  No stretch garments.  Dress warmly, the welding studio may be cold.

    When registering for class you will be required to pay an added $15 materials fee. This will then be added to the base price of the class and totaled. 

    This MIG #2 welding class is limited to 4 participants for one-on-one learning.  If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 


    Instructor: Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland, California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 

    Contact: 
    erinmunter@gmail.com

    • Saturday, March 10, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop ME1217-2PM+
    • 5
    Register

    In this open studio one or more experienced machinists will be on hand to assist you with your project. Must have taken the Introduction to the Machine Shop 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.

    Open Studio is free to Members and $10 for Non-Members. Please register so we know who is coming.

    Instructor Bio: Peter and Stan are retired mechanical engineers who have had or have their own metal machining work shops.

    Contact:
    Peter Mosley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org, or Stan Stumbo-stanstumbo@comcast.net

    • Saturday, March 10, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0318EM-2
    • 4
    Register

    This class requires completion of MIG #1, #2, #3 or permission of the instructor. Students must be able to cut, grind and weld. In this class you will design and make a simple trellis from standard available steel components.

    The work session will be spent on layout, cutting, bending and welding and grinding your project under the guidance of a professional and artistic welder.

    There will be an assisted studio on March 24 to complete unfinished projects. (Separate sign-up - please see our calendar.)

    There will be a safety briefing.

    There is an additional $25 materials fee for additional steel, wire, gas, PPE and consumables that will be added to the price of this class when you register.

    BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)

    Students must wear long sleeves and long pants of natural fiber and closed toe shoes (preferably of leather).  No stretch garments.  Dress warmly, the welding studio may be cold.

    Instructor Bio:
    Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 

    Contact Welding Studio Lead: Henry Sharpe
    HenrySharpe@gmail.com

    Contact Teacher:  Erin Munter

    erinmunter@gmail.com


    • Saturday, March 10, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Sheet Metal Studio
    • 3
    Register

    In this Metal Arts Sheet Metal Orientation and Tool Safety class, you will learn the proper use of the studios tools and equipment. This class is mandatory for all students to attend before you can sign up for classes or come to Open Studio. This class is free but please register as there is a class size limitation of 6 students. This is for safety so the instructor can focus on the presentation and to help students.  

    Instructor:  Chris Stanley: Model Maker, Educator, Artist. Chris spent the last 18 years teaching it all in the industrial design program at The Art Institute of Seattle.

    Contact Instructor with any questions: Chris Stanley at cstanley3@mac.com or Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com

    • Monday, March 12, 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0118DR-1
    • 3
    Register

    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 a lower amperage precision arc welding process particularly useful in artwork and metal sculpture.

    This hands-on introduction is the first of a three-part series. 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.

    The class includes shop safety and hazard awareness and proper use of Personal Protection Equipment. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and proper preparation of materials. Each student will go through the set up process for TIG welding on a Miller 215 Welder. 

    There will be approximately two hours of hands-on instruction in making a weld, different types of welds, and torch manipulation. 

    Additional Materials fee of $8 for steel coupons, gas, tungsten, and filler rod will be added to your total when you register for class.

    At the end of the initial class, students should be able to lay down a weld bead.

    BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE

    Participants must wear long sleeve shirt and pants in natural fiber clothing and closed toe shoes.  Stretch fabrics are prohibited.

    Instructor: Dave Roe.  Dave is an amateur welder and a  principal in the Metals Studio.  He is a Board Member at BARN.


    • Monday, March 12, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0218EM-2
    • 4
    Register

    MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is the easiest kind of welding to learn and a technique with broad applications.

    This is a hands-on introduction is the first of a four-part series. The class is aimed at students interested in trying MIG welding.

    Small class size (4) creates one-on-one learning and direct mentoring. Each participant will have the use of a fully equipped Miller 215 welder and will learn how to set up and adjust the welder.

    The goal at the end of the class is to feel comfortable with the operation of the welding machine and the MIG welding process. 

    The class begins with a safety briefing. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and materials. There will be approximately an hour and a half of hands-on practice and guidance on technique.  At the end of class, students should be able to lay down a MIG bead and to be able to identify and remedy problems with the bead.  Many students will have advanced to exploring different types of weld joints or welding different thicknesses of material.

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.

    Students must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.  (Auto-darkening sun glasses are not helpful)

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    There is a materials fee of $15 for steel coupons, gas, filler wire that will be added to the cost of the class when you register


    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 60 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 


    TEACHER:  Erin Munter

    Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland, California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 


    Contact: 
    erinmunter@gmail.com

    Contact: Henry Sharpe, Studio Lead: HenrySharpe@gmail.com.


    • Tuesday, March 13, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • Small Classroom at BARN, Class Code ME0318PM-1V
    • 8
    Register

    In this class you will learn about basic metal cutting, and the tools in the BARN machine shop studio used for drilling, turning, milling, sawing and grinding. There will be a basic demonstration of what the drill press, lathe, milling machine, cut off saw, band saw and surface grinder do. Throughout, there will be an emphasis on safety issues surrounding these powerful and potentially dangerous machines.

    This class is free but please register so we know how many to expect.

    Contact: Peter Moseley
    Metal.Lead@BainbridgeBARN.org

    • Wednesday, March 14, 2018
    • Thursday, March 15, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Metal Machine Shop, class code: ME0318CS
    • 3
    Register

    In this two session class, you will learn the basics of G-code programming used throughout industry for controlling machine tools, routers, plasma cutters, 3D printers etc. The focus in this class will be on the coding necessary to control the BARN CNC milling machine.

    Prerequisites:
    Introduction to the Milling Machine class or equivalent and the Using the CNC milling Machine in semi-automatic mode.

    There is an added $10 materials fee for aluminum stock and O'hds that will be applied when you register.

    Instructor: Chris Stanley

    Contact Metal Arts Studio Lead: Peter Moseley metal.lead@bainbridgebarn.org

    • Saturday, March 17, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
    • BARN Sheet Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0318BW-2
    • 4
    Register

    This is a continuing class designed to give participants exposure and practice in shaping sheet metal into compound curved forms. This class is designed so that you can start the class at any point or continue beyond previous lessons. Applications are in art and fabrication. You can even make a bowl.

    This class is intended to teach you the skills needed to form compound curves in sheet metal. We will start with hand tools such as hammers and dollies and shot bag to get a hands-on feel for what it takes to shape metal. Then we will progress to the English wheel, and on to the shrinker/stretcher. Time permitting; we may also use the pneumatic planishing hammer. There will be time allowed to work on your personal shaping project.

    Small class size of 4 creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring. Students will work in teams of two.  

    There is a materials fee of $10 that will be added to the class tuition when you register.

    This offering is unique in that participants can start at any point in the class cycle and develop their skills at their own pace. More classes will be posted in the future.


    Check out Bill Wentworth's website at: https://www.northwestsculpture.com/

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Instructor Bio: Bill Wentworth studied sculpture and industrial design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA, and at San Jose State College, San Jose CA. He became interested in metal work at a young age, and became fascinated by the handiwork that went into the custom-made bodies of Italian and British racing cars. As an adult, he studied drafting and the machine trade, which led to a to starting and operating a company that specialized in architectural metal fabrication. He began his career as artist after moving to Poulsbo in 2004, and opened a studio – Sterling Design – in Poulsbo, Washington. He finds that his attention is repeatedly drawn to the natural architecture of plants, a theme which often shows up in his abstract sculpture. You can see some of Bill’s work at NorthwestSculpture.com.

    • Saturday, March 17, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop ME1217-2PM+
    • 5
    Register

    In this open studio one or more experienced machinists will be on hand to assist you with your project. Must have taken the Introduction to the Machine Shop 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.

    Open Studio is free to Members and $10 for Non-Members. Please register so we know who is coming.

    Instructor Bio: Peter and Stan are retired mechanical engineers who have had or have their own metal machining work shops.

    Contact:
    Peter Mosley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org, or Stan Stumbo-stanstumbo@comcast.net

    • Saturday, March 17, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0318LD
    • 3
    Register

    Join Lori Dodge-Carson in creating an art piece or pieces from used stainless tableware. She will show you how to make examples of her prototypes.  General advice will be available on pursuing your own projects.

    Please check out some great ideas for tableware art by clicking here.

    This is a new and experimental class for BARN.  

    There will be an additional materials fee of $15 added to the class price when you register which will be for stainless tableware, gas, filler wire, and consumables.

    Participants must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics. Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Instructor Bio:
    Lori Dodge-Carson left her health service career to pursue her bucket list and learn to weld. She graduated from Olympic College with an Associate Degree in welding (with honors). While attending college she assisted 

    in teaching several Women in Welding workshop programs as well as assembled the Wale topiary that is now at the college. She has chosen to concentrate on Metal Art in the hopes to inspire all who wish to weld.  


    Studio Lead: Henry Sharpe, henrysharpe@gmail.com

    Teacher:  Lori Dodge-Carson, massagework4u@msn.com360-509-5800

    • Sunday, March 18, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • BARN Sheet Metal Shop, 8890 Three Tree Lane, Bainbridge
    • 6
    Register

    Our Northwest winters can wreak havoc on wooden fence posts. But when the posts have decorative metal caps, the rain runs off and the wood doesn’t rot. In this class, you'll learn to design and make post toppers suitable for square, rectangular or round posts. The caps can be pointed or not, depending on your bird-watching desires. If you want to make numerous caps, you will be able to follow through during the metal shop’s open studio times.  

    The additional materials cost, payable at the class, is $10 for two caps made from 26 gauge galvanized steel or $15 for two made from 12 ounce copper. The galvanized steel caps can be primed and painted to resemble copper. Students can choose a style that fits a 4-by-4 inch square post or a 5-inch round post. 

    No prior sheet metal experience is required, although it is desirable to have the two-hour Sheet Metal Safety class. ,

    Instructor: Instructor:  Chris Stanley: Model Maker, Educator, Artist. Chris spent the last 18 years teaching it all in the industrial design program at The Art Institute of Seattle.


    • Monday, March 19, 2018
    • 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Sheet Metal Studio ME0318LS
    • 6
    Register

    In this Metal Arts 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 learn proper use of the hand shear. You will try your hand with the equipment virtually all of which is hand operated.  This class is highly advised for all students to attend before you can sign up for classes.  This class is free but please register as there is a class size limitation of 4 students. Class size is for safety so the instructor can focus on the presentation and to help students.  

    Instructor:  Linda Sohlberg.  Linda is a registered architect.  She is also active in the woodworking studio at BARN.

    Contact Instructor with any questions: Linda Sohlberg at wyldwooddogs@gmail.com or Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com

    • Monday, March 19, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0118DR-1
    • 4
    Register

    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 a lower amperage precision arc welding process particularly useful in artwork and metal sculpture.

    This hands-on introduction is the first of a three-part series. 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.

    The class includes shop safety and hazard awareness and proper use of Personal Protection Equipment. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and proper preparation of materials. Each student will go through the set up process for TIG welding on a Miller 215 Welder. 

    There will be approximately two hours of hands-on instruction in making a weld, different types of welds, and torch manipulation. 

    Additional Materials fee of $8 for steel coupons, gas, tungsten, and filler rod will be added to your total when you register for class.

    At the end of the initial class, students should be able to lay down a weld bead.

    BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE

    Participants must wear long sleeve shirt and pants in natural fiber clothing and closed toe shoes.  Stretch fabrics are prohibited.

    Instructor: Dave Roe.  Dave is an amateur welder and a  principal in the Metals Studio.  He is a Board Member at BARN.


    • Tuesday, March 20, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0118em
    • 4
    Register

    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 a lower amperage precision arc welding process particularly useful in artwork and metal sculpture.

    This hands-on introduction is the second of a three-part series. 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.

    The class includes shop safety and hazard awareness and proper use of Personal Protection Equipment. There is a brief introduction to welding theory and proper preparation of materials. Each student will go through the set up process for TIG welding on a Miller 215 Welder. 

    There will be approximately two hours of hands-on instruction in making a weld, different types of welds, and torch manipulation. 

    Additional Materials fee of $12 for steel coupons, gas, tungsten, and filler rod will be added to your total when you register for class.

    At the end of the initial class, students should be able to lay down a TIG weld bead for different joints.

    BARN will provide Personal Protection Equipment (PPE

    Participants must wear long sleeve shirt and pants in natural fiber clothing and closed toe shoes.  Stretch fabrics are prohibited.

    Instructor: Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland, California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 
    Contact: 
    erinmunter@gmail.com


    • Tuesday, March 20, 2018
    • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • BARN, Metal Machine Shop, Class Code: ME0318CS-2
    • 3
    Register

    In this class you will be introduced to the components of the tool room lathe; safety issues, and how to use the lathe to make various types of shapes. During the class you will make a pretty and functional spinning top to take home.

    When registering for class, you will be required to pay an additional $10 materials fee for brass and steel. This will then be added to the base price of the class and totaled to give the amount due. 

    Instructor Bio: Chris Stanley is a professional model maker and educator. He has done work for IBM, NASA, the Smithsonian, and many other companies. He has taught many an industrial design student how to bring their creations to life in the machine shop

    For questions please contact the instructor acstanley3@mac.com


    Studio Lead Contact:
    Peter Moseley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org


    • Wednesday, March 21, 2018
    • 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
    • BARN Sheet Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0318BW-3
    • 4
    Register

    This is a continuing class designed to give participants exposure and practice in shaping sheet metal into compound curved forms. This class is designed so that you can start the class at any point or continue beyond previous lessons. Applications are in art and fabrication. You can even make a bowl.

    This class is intended to teach you the skills needed to form compound curves in sheet metal. We will start with hand tools such as hammers and dollies and shot bag to get a hands-on feel for what it takes to shape metal. Then we will progress to the English wheel, and on to the shrinker/stretcher. Time permitting; we may also use the pneumatic planishing hammer. There will be time allowed to work on your personal shaping project.

    Small class size of 4 creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring. Students will work in teams of two.  

    There is a materials fee of $10 that will be added to the class tuition when you register.

    This offering is unique in that participants can start at any point in the class cycle and develop their skills at their own pace. More classes will be posted in the future.


    Check out Bill Wentworth's website at: https://www.northwestsculpture.com/

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2. If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Instructor Bio: Bill Wentworth studied sculpture and industrial design at the California College of Arts and Crafts in Oakland, CA, and at San Jose State College, San Jose CA. He became interested in metal work at a young age, and became fascinated by the handiwork that went into the custom-made bodies of Italian and British racing cars. As an adult, he studied drafting and the machine trade, which led to a to starting and operating a company that specialized in architectural metal fabrication. He began his career as artist after moving to Poulsbo in 2004, and opened a studio – Sterling Design – in Poulsbo, Washington. He finds that his attention is repeatedly drawn to the natural architecture of plants, a theme which often shows up in his abstract sculpture. You can see some of Bill’s work at NorthwestSculpture.com.

    • Wednesday, March 21, 2018
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • BARN-ETA Studio and Metal Arts Studio, Class Code ME0318JE
    • 8
    Register

    In this beginners class you will learn how to to take your ideas and convert them to drawings that will allow you to plan and document how you will make what you want.

    You will be introduced to dimensioning, tolerances, the leadscrew, and the basics of the machine tools and their operations that can be performed. You will use some basic measuring tools to measure parts and makes drawings of them. 

    This class will be a great preparation for any of our hands-on classes in the machine, sheet metal, or wood shop.

    Bring a pad of paper, a straight edge and pencil and eraser to the class. If you have a 6” machinist scale and or a vernier or digital caliper please bring these. BARN measuring tools will be provided if you don’t have them.

    Teacher Bio:  Jerry Erickson is an engineer and machinist who has developed a lot of mechanisms and products for various companies.

    Contact:  Jerry Erickson, Jericksonhome@msn.com

    • Thursday, March 22, 2018
    • 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0318HS-2V
    • 3
    Register

    Cut shapes out of flat sheet steel.  Make an idea into hard reality. 

    Plasma cutting uses a highly focused electric arc and compressed air to cut steel.  Wiki (paraphrased) describes the process thusly:  Plasma cutting involves creating an electrical channel of super-heated, electrically ionized gas i.e. plasma, through the work piece forming a completed electric circuit. Compressed gas is blown through a focused nozzle at high speed.  The electrical arc ionizes some of the gas, thereby creating an electrically conductive channel of plasma. As electricity from the cutter torch travels down this plasma it delivers sufficient heat to melt through the work piece. The compressed gas blows the hot molten metal away, thereby cutting through the work piece. 

    Participants will use a plasma cutter to create a design in 16 gauge steel (roughly 3/32nds). Each student will have a 2 foot square sheet of steel to work with.  Bring a design to work with. Detail should be at a level you can draw with a sharpie or soapstone and trace with a somewhat awkward implement while wearing gloves that is not too complicated.

    There is a $25 materials fee that will be added to the cost of class when you register for steel 2'x2', cutter tip replacements, and PPE.

    Small class size (3) creates a learning atmosphere with direct mentoring.  Work space is limited on the plasma table.  Students will take turns using the plasma cutters.

    The class begins with a safety briefing.

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.

    Students must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Minimum class size is 2.  If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    Contact: henrysharpe@gmail.com



    • Thursday, March 22, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code ME0118HS
    • 4
    Register

    This is a workshop open to those interested in becoming Monitors for the Welding Studio. It is a familiarization and practice session so that prospective Monitors are comfortable with the range and use of equipment in the Welding Studio. Training will be provided in safety protocols and Welding Studio operating procedures.

    Prospective monitors should be safety conscious BARN members and sufficiently skilled welders to be able to assist open studio participants who have undertaken welding classes and are developing their skills. Prospective monitors need not be skilled or practiced in all types of welding. Monitors will be able to guide open studios that are limited to a single type of welding.

    Prospective monitors should contact the Welding Studio Lead (Henry Sharpe at henrysharpe@gmail.com) or the Metal Arts Studio Lead (Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com) when considering registering for this workshop.

    The goal of this and similar workshops is to develop a cadre of Welding Studio Monitors to support the growth of the Welding Studio and facilitate Open Studios for Barn Members and participants. 

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment will be provided by BARN.

    Participants must wear long sleeve natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    If only one student has registered 60 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    • Thursday, March 22, 2018
    • Thursday, March 29, 2018
    • 2 sessions
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop, Class Code ME0318CS
    • 3
    Register

    In this two session class you will learn how to safely use the Vertical Milling Machine. The Mill is one of the most useful machines for making simple to complex parts out of metal or plastic. We will cover work holding, cutters, the rotary table, and how to deal with different materials. 

    After completion of the class you will be able to make that part that they just don’t have at the hardware store. You will leave the class with a set of coasters or other useful items that you have made.

    Additional Materials Fee of $10 for plastic and metal used during class will be added to the tuition and then totaled when you register.

    Instructor Bio: Chris Stanley is a professional model maker and educator. He has done work for IBM, NASA, the Smithsonian, and many other companies. He has taught many an industrial design student how to bring their creations to life in the machine shop

    For questions please contact the instructor acstanley3@mac.com

    • Friday, March 23, 2018
    • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Sheet Metal Studio
    • 6
    Register

    In this Metal Arts 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 equipment virtually all of which is hand operated.  This class is very highly advised for all students to attend before you sign up for classes or come to Open Studio. This class is free but please register as there is a class size limitation of 4 students. Class size is for safety so the instructor can focus on the presentation and to help students.  

    Instructor:  Chris Stanley: Model Maker, Educator, Artist. Chris spent the last 18 years teaching it all in the industrial design program at The Art Institute of Seattle.

    Contact Instructor with any questions: Chris Stanley at cstanley3@mac.com or Peter Mosley at pmose268@gmail.com

    • Saturday, March 24, 2018
    • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts-Machine Shop ME1217-2PM+
    • 5
    Register

    In this open studio one or more experienced machinists will be on hand to assist you with your project. Must have taken the Introduction to the Machine Shop 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.

    Open Studio is free to Members and $10 for Non-Members. Please register so we know who is coming.

    Instructor Bio: Peter and Stan are retired mechanical engineers who have had or have their own metal machining work shops.

    Contact:
    Peter Mosley - metal.lead@BainbridgeBARN.org, or Stan Stumbo-stanstumbo@comcast.net

    • Saturday, March 24, 2018
    • 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    • BARN Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0318RH
    • 4
    Register

    This is an exceptional opportunity to work with master artisan Ray Hammar, a leading artist in salvaged and re-purposed metal.  He will guide and work with studio participants through the process of creating new objects from salvaged and/or new materials. The emphasis will be on artful re-purposing old materials and metal objects.

    Welding experience equal for BARN Introduction to Welding MIG #1 and #2 or permission of the studio lead (henrysharpe@gmail.com) is a prerequisite to registering for this class.  


    Bring your artifacts and salvage.
      Ray will have some stock of salvaged materials from his treasure trove available for sale. (His prices are very reasonable.) No salvage materials are supplied by BARN.  For those interested, Ray may have tips on where to find interesting materials.  He is a resourceful expert.

    BARN will provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

    Participants must wear natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics.  Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    There will be a $15 materials fee for gas, filler, and consumables that will be added to the class cost when you register.

    Contact: HenrySharpe@gmail.com

    Instructor Bio:
    Artist Ray Hammar makes artistic and functional pieces from a wide range of salvaged, reclaimed or “up-cycled” materials. His work is widely known and shown in the Northwest.  He is practiced and innovative in the procurement of items to use in his work. He is also a professional welder.

    Check out several web sites that feature Ray Hammar’s work:

    https://inhabitat.com/ray-hammars-blue-collar-art-upcycles-scrap-metal-into-functional-sculptures/

    http://archive.kitsapsun.com/news/local/from-discarded-to-art-gorst-shop-turns-out-metal-re-creations-ep-298474200-355723011.html/

    • Sunday, March 25, 2018
    • 1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Arts Welding Studio, Class Code: ME0218EM-3
    • 4
    Register

    MIG or TIG Welding #4 is the final class (of four) in the sequence leading to the use of the welding studio. Students should have completed Introduction to Welding #1, #2, and #3 for MIG or TIG.

    This class allows each student to design and work on a project of their choosing under the guidance of a professional welder. Your project should be the culmination of what you have learned in prior classes. The class will give you the opportunity to fill any gaps in your welding experience or knowledge and to demonstrate that you have the skills to work independently in the welding studio.

    In advance of the class, each student should design their project, create a cut list and procure their materials. You will find a drawing to be helpful in communicating with the instructor. You can use this as a starting point for a project to be finished later in open studio or on your own.

    Students will need to bring the materials necessary to work on their project. 
    A materials fee of $22 for 5 pounds of steel, filler wire, and consumables is required and will be added to the class price when you register.

    Safety and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) will be provided by BARN.

    Students must wear long sleeve natural fiber clothing, closed toe shoes, no stretch fabrics. Dress warmly, the studio may be cold.

    Instructor Bio:
    Erin Munter was raised locally on the Island. In her 20's she moved to Oakland California and attended the welding program at Laney College for 4 years. During this time she interned and volunteered at a metal arts school called The Crucible. She returned to Bainbridge Island and began doing furniture bases and other fabrication for Coyote Woodshop. Eventually she moved on to work at an Island fabricating shop as well as teach at another Kitsap area school aimed towards children's welding education. She still currently does fabrication all over Kitsap. Her passion is everything welded including large and small indoor and outdoor household amenities. She also takes part in the local art community with sculptures in local shows past and future. 

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    If only one student has registered 48 hours before the class, the class will be cancelled. 

    • Monday, March 26, 2018
    • 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    • BARN Metal Studio, Class Code: ME0118em
    • 4