Join us for a week long workshop as we focus on our lives as potters, makers, and human beings.
Handbuilding pottery is an exciting addition to using the potter’s wheel, and it gives the artist a new opportunity to experiment with form and texture.
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.
Amanda is a place-based artist-in-residence working with relief block printing techniques. This artist talk coincides with a gallery opening of her work in the Farmhouse Gallery.
Eric is a studio artist-in-residence working in clay. This artist talk coincides with a gallery opening of his work in the Farmhouse Gallery.
Mixed-media artist Jason Vivona and special guests will lead a series of discussions - and tastings! - on site specific art, the relationship of the artist to the surrounding environment, and the importance of inter-disciplinary collaboration - particularly with chefs.
Take a close look at the North Country's food system and food justice issues identified at FEED BACK, our region's first food justice summit.
Jeff is an interdisciplinary filmmaker, photographer, writer, and amateur chef. He joins us in June as our Place-Based Artist-in-Residence.