we're all makers
Put your hands to work. Learn new skills from pottery to poetry to permaculture. Explore your creativity, and engage your senses. Find the space to write that book. The future is handmade, the path is local.
Adult Clay classes
Fun and diverse courses for the beginner through advanced clay student
Learn how to make a cohesive dinner set including plates, cups and bowls
Learning to throw on the potter’s wheel is one thing on everyone’s “bucket list.” Join Us on Wednesday evenings in the clay studio.
FREE Friday evening Summer series of lectures and events in the Applebarn
2019 Programming will be posted soon!
Dynamic classes in the studio, the kitchen, or the classroom.
Skill building across all domains! Single-day, weekend, and week-long workshops.
A 3-day intensive introductory course on the science behind clay and glazes.
This week-long workshop’s goal is to reignite our sensory awareness through an in-depth, hands-on exploration of each of the five senses at Craigardan with Kate Moses and guest instructors.
pop-up dinners and special culinary events
Nurturing the next generation of artists, thinkers, growers, chefs, and leaders
FROM THE ARCHIVES
Announcing the second annual Winter Food Summit! Presented by the Food Justice Working Group at The W!ld Center.
Join Chef Luke in the kitchen for the start of a new winter cooking series.
Join us around the kitchen table for this experimental food and writing workshop with writer Erica Berry and chef Luke Ayres
Join us for a week long workshop as we focus on our lives as potters, makers, and human beings.
In this discussion, Prof. Pollans will provide an overview of agricultural exceptionalism within the context of the environmental movement and the more recent food movement.
Naomi joins us in August as a scholar-in-residence and will present two free community talks.
Naomi is an Associate Professor of Law at George Washington University Law School whose research centers on employment law, family law, antidiscrimination law, and gender. Naomi joins us in August as a scholar-in-residence.
Join us for a short course with scholar-in-residence, David Fontana. The conflict between rural and urban America is as old as the American Republic. It was what divided Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton in the late eighteenth century, and it is what divides our country in the early twenty-first century.