It's that time of year: looking back and looking ahead. After an abbreviated season in 2020, we are extra grateful for the robust program we were able to offer in 2021. Thank you to everyone who came to visit, and we hope to see even more of you in 2022.
Executive Director Mary Jo Murphy reflects on how a $500 scholarship received in high school impacted her life.
No matter how we are connected, YOU have been a vital part of the Snow Farm experience, and now is the time to deepen your connection and commitment.
As you probably know, Snow Farm is a relatively young nonprofit; the last four years were a period of strong growth. However, Snow Farm does not have an endowment or significant cash reserves. We have invested nearly $20,000 to make our campus safe for learning and teaching during a global pandemic.
As a craft school, we work toward a more a just and equitable world for all.
Executive Director Mary Jo Murphy shares some hard truth about the financial impact of cancelling more than half of our season.
Snow Farm Summer serves young artists ages 14 - 18. One third of students who participate in the program would not be able to attend without a need-based scholarship from Snow Farm to offset the cost. We are seeing an increase in scholarship requests, and we need YOUR help to support every passionate young person who seeks a creative community in which to learn new skills and connect with a community of artists.
2019 was a rockin' year at Snow Farm. Look at all these smiling faces! Click to see the highlight reel.
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.