“Everything you can imagine is real.” 
― Pablo Picasso

 

Utilizing our Studio Spaces

Living on the island (even for a bit) and interested in becoming a working member of Woods Hall? We would love to have you! There are a few steps laid out here to help get you in the door.


Become a working member…

Each person using the studio(s) must be a working member of Woods Hall. To become a member you must sign an annual Studio Agreement Form which releases Woods Hall from any liability, damages or losses. By signing our agreement, you commit to putting in a minimum of 30 minutes in helping with studio functioning (ie cleaning, assisting management with repairs, etc). Members are asked to pay an annual membership contribution of $25 for the current calendar year., this gains you access to the studio of your medium, as well as to the others if you would like to experiment. Materials and supplies for each studio are separate from this contribution, and differ depending upon the studio. Please contact the appropriate Studio Manager to determine how to purchase your supplies and learn the policies are for using the space and equipment.

A general understanding of the medium and equipment is expected. We expect you are coming in with at least a beginner level of knowledge in order to safely and effectively use the spaces. If you do not have experience in the medium of which you are interested, we do offer mentorship programs to familiarize you with the materials and tools you will be using. If you are interested in being mentored, please email an appropriate studio manager from the list below. You can also print off a studio agreement form below. We require a basic walk through of the facility and grounds with a manager before being OK-ed to work on your own.

A deposit of $5 for a key will give you access to our facility before/after gallery hours.

 Karen Madson can often be heard beating away her weft on the rugs in the early mornings of summer.  We love our mornings with Karen.

Karen Madson can often be heard beating away her weft on the rugs in the early mornings of summer. We love our mornings with Karen.


 Mother Daughter Time on the Wheel with the Butlers

Mother Daughter Time on the Wheel with the Butlers

Studio Management

Weaving Managers:

Michele Auger :: turtletracks@cheqnet.net

Dolly Schneeberger :: dollynphil@centurytel.net

Ceramics Managers:

Sally Brown :: salpalbrown73@gmail.com

Jewelry Managers:

Hilary Nelson :: hilaryoqn@icloud.com