Due to WA Food & Safety rules and regulations that the Kitchen Arts studio needs to follow to maintain its professional kitchen permit, fob access to the Kitchen Studio is granted on a case-by-case basis by the Kitchen Studio Lead and Barn’s Event Coordinator.
Does the Kitchen Arts Studio have open studio hours?Abby Wyatt2023-02-09T16:20:47-08:00
The Kitchen Arts Studio does not currently have Open Studio Hours. Occasionally the studio offers supervised “Open Studio” events when both members and non-members can use the kitchen for their special projects under the supervision of a trained instructor or kitchen assistant.
How do I get started/involved in the Kitchen Arts Studio?Abby Wyatt2023-02-03T11:26:24-08:00
The best way to explore the Kitchen Arts Studio is to take a class! You can also take the FREE Kitchen Orientation course. You’ll learn how to use all the equipment in a professional kitchen and receive an overview on the food and safety rules and regulations required to use the kitchen safely.
Another great way to get involved in the Kitchen Arts Studio is to become a Kitchen Assistant. Work directly with talented instructors and learn from supporting them as they deliver their classes. For more information on how to become a Kitchen assistant volunteer, see the FAQ listed below.
How do I become a Kitchen assistant volunteer or dishwasher?Abby Wyatt2023-02-09T16:22:46-08:00
To become a Kitchen Arts Studio assistant volunteer or paid dishwasher, you need to obtain a WA Food Handlers permit and take a Kitchen Orientation class, offered monthly. Additionally, you need to fill out our volunteer application form and supply any other need materials (background check authorization, etc.). Please contact BARN Volunteer & Membership Coordinator (Kate Henderson) for more information.
How do I go about renting the Kitchen Arts Studio for a private event or food production project?Abby Wyatt2023-02-09T16:24:29-08:00