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David Baker lights up any room with creative energy and joy. You may see him in a pink Easter bunny outfit in the spring, dressed as the spirit of fall at Fall Festival, or, on a more casual day, gliding around the Dining Hall in a flouncy, fluorescent tutu. In the spirit of the Folk […]

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Around the World in the Cooking Studio

by Cory Marie Podielski on July 27, 2015

in Cooking, Featured Classes

Have you ever gone to an Asian market or stood in the ethnic food aisle at the supermarket and stared blankly at the bottles and spices, each staring back at you like a mystery waiting to be solved? It is challenging to jump into another ethnic cuisine without a helping hand or guidance. Many weeks […]

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I stopped by the Wet Room to visit Kathy Hays’ recent class “Eco Printing Meets Felt Making” to see what they were creating. I talked to Kathy about her craft and the joys of eco printing. Enjoy our interview! CP: Tell me about where you’re from, what you do there, and about your craft. KH: […]

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I don’t know about you, but I am awash in changing technology and the new world where I shop, make reservations, and bank–all through apps. I read the newspaper online and can communicate instantly anywhere with my phone. I rarely use cash anymore – and who even understands bitcoins? Anything I could possibly want is […]

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Magical. That’s the word used over and over to describe a week at the Folk School. And there’s always something that makes the visit extra special: last May it was the baby barn swallows peeking over the edges of their nests in the rafters outside Davidson Hall. This year it was the mountain laurel in […]

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