Welcome to BARN (Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network)
Find out how BARN can add craft and invention to your life. A non-profit makerspace and learning place, BARN has studios for everything from Electronic & Technical Arts to Woodworking. Take a class, work on a project, or come to share your knowledge with others. BARN is a unique place where well-equipped studios invite exploration and innovation.
- Everyone is welcome – you do not need to be a BARN member to participate. Taking a class is a great way to learn more about a studio and meet others who share your interests. All classes are open to ages 14 and up.
- Interested in joining a studio? Visit the studio pages on our website to learn more about each studio and see a complete schedule of upcoming events.
- Have questions, want to take a look inside the studios, or share BARN with family and friends? Take a free guided tour any Sunday between 1pm and 3pm. You’ll learn how BARN works, and how to become a member.
You can always help sustain BARN’s mission by donating! Donate here to join your friends and fellow community members in making this center a well-equipped and welcoming place.
All photos by BARN members Rick Gordon and Abby Wyatt
BARN offers classes, workshops and open studios for:
Take a look inside BARN:
BARN in the News
From Farm to BARN: Bainbridge Makerspace Promotes Art Accessibility, Eyes Expansion: Seattle Times
Creativity born in the BARN: Bainbridge Island Review
Make it Yourself at BARN: Bainbridge Island Review
BARN Volunteers Build a Tiny House: Bainbridge Island Review
Island Astonomers Team with BARN to Refurbish Battle Point Telescope: Bainbridge Review
Bainbridge Island Gets a New Creative Space for Artists: KOMO 4 News