The Farmhouse Notebook is a series of occasional short articles by the Snow Farm staff. In this installment, Property Manager Micah Litant reports on the first steps in renovating the ceramics studio.
The Farmhouse Notebook is a new series which features short articles by the Snow Farm staff. In this first installment, Executive Director Mary Jo Murphy reflects on her daughter's graduation from high school.
Congratulations to Snow Farm Summer alums Graham Deckers, Kali Vom Eigen, and Ella Samson for receiving honors in the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards.
To further our mission of providing exceptional craft and art workshops to people of all ages, we are excited to introduce the Workshop Access Program. We invite artists, students, nonprofit employees, and others with financial need to apply before March 7, 2019.
2018 was an excellent year at Snow Farm. We offered 161 workshops and welcomed over 1000 students! Did YOU get into highlight reel? Watch below and enjoy the memories.
As the year ends, please give generously to keep Snow Farm vibrant and strong.
We hope to see you again - or see you - in 2019!
Excecutive Directory Mary Jo Murphy reflects on the changing of the seasons at Snow Farm and what each season brought in 2018.
It's not just kids who are counting down until the last day of school. Math teachers, art teachers, the principal - by this time of year, each one of them knows exactly how many days, hours, and minutes until vacation starts. It's not that they don't love their jobs - they do. But still . . . .
Pippin is the flameworking ninja pictured on the cover of the 2018 Snow Farm Summer brochure. Check out the video she made about her experience and see more of her wicked cool art work.
Mary Jo Murphy, Snow Farm's Executive Director, shared these thoughts in a recent e-mail newsletter.
What happens when a young artist in Illinois breaks her wrist just weeks before a dream-come-true summer opportunity to travel to New England for two weeks of uninterrupted art-making? For Maria Zamudio, it was a little challenge - emphasis on little.