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Under my tree this year is another tree and it looks like this: In the Book Arts class, “Ornamental Books and Boxes for the Holidays” with Dea Sasso we tackled three ambitious projects for the Long Weekend. The first project was the tree pictured above with a fancy triangular box. Dea bought a wonderful assortment […]

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Whole Bird Weekend with Mark Rosenstein

by Cory Marie Podielski on November 11, 2015

in Cooking, Featured Classes, Featured Teacher

Halloween weekend brought delicious dismemberment to the Folk School. Don’t panic! All the butchery occurred under the expert tutelage of Mark Rosenstein in the Cooking Studio for the class “Whole Bird Weekend,” where students learned advanced techniques for preparing duck, chicken, and turkey for maximum flavor and juiciness. Mark Rosenstein is a critically acclaimed veteran […]

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Judy Peppers is one of our featured artists in our upcoming Blacksmith & Fine Craft Auction. Judy has been a glass and wire artist since 1987 and has been making glass beads since 2002. She has shown and sold her work at craft shows and galleries throughout the Southeast and has her own gallery/studio. She […]

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Lorraine Cathey is one of our featured artists in our upcoming Blacksmith & Fine Craft Auction. A fiber artist of 15 years, she is known for creating award-winning, heirloom mohair teddy bears and whimsical, needle-felted bears and gnomes. Also a watercolor artist, Lorraine’s love of painting led her to create needle-felted landscapes. She was recently […]

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Firing It Up! Raku-Style

by Cory Marie Podielski on September 15, 2015

in Around Campus, Clay, Featured Classes, Featured Teacher

If you stroll by Studio Row when a class is doing a Raku firing at the outdoor kiln, you are in for an exciting, fiery surprise. I was lucky to catch Harry & Julie Hearne’s recent class, The Art of Throwing and Raku Firing, as they were firing their last pieces of the week. Western-style […]

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