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Ceramics Classes At Art Farm Studio Are “Kilnin’” It

Art Farm Director Megan Schaeffer was elated to receive a kiln for the Art Farm Studio in Fall 2018. She immediately decided to put ceramics classes on the Studio calendar and recruited artist Julie McKinney to help her set up the kiln and lead the first ceramics class.

That first class sold out in 12 hours. So she added another…that also sold out in less than a day. Art Farm Studio has now hosted 5 ceramics classes, each packed with eager artists (from budding to experienced).

Julie McKinney    instructs the first Ceramics Class at Art Farm Studio. Photo by    J. Ashley Photography   .

Julie McKinney instructs the first Ceramics Class at Art Farm Studio. Photo by J. Ashley Photography.

A group of friends visit Serenbe for the first time for an Art Farm Ceramics Class.

A group of friends visit Serenbe for the first time for an Art Farm Ceramics Class.

The Art Farm Studio offers year-round arts programming for all skill levels, from absolute beginners to professional artists. Their mission is to promote understanding and appreciation of visual art mediums by offering a variety of immersive experiences, led by studio artists and professional instructors. To learn more or to sign up for a class, visit the Art Farm Website.