Dear BARN community:
In compliance with Governor Inslee’s guidance to stay home as much as possible, BARN is no longer holding open studio sessions or in-person classes of any sort, through February 28.
On the other hand, BARN’s online classes are gaining an enthusiastic following! And community service projects responding to the pandemic, such as BARN Bites, will continue along with a handful of other service projects, with permission. May this slow-down prove to curb the spread of the virus!
With fervent hopes for your well-being,
Denise M. Dumouchel, PhD
Find out how BARN can add craft and invention to your life. A non-profit community center for artisans and makers, 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.
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 Member Rick Gordon
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Take a look inside BARN:
BARN in the News
“It’s Wood” Podcast with Mike Morgan, BARN Woodworkers’ Lead
Learning and Creating Collaboratively at BARN: Westsound Home & Garden
A Cathedral For Crafts: Bainbridge Island Magazine
The Creative Spirit Thrives at BARN: Westsound Home & Garden
Island Astonomers Team with BARN to Refurbish Battle Point Telescope: Bainbridge Review