$260 for 4 sessions, materials not provided
$15 per person, please bring your own materials or use our basics
$75, all materials incuded
$75 per person, all materials included, each guest will take away a custom perfume
$35 per person, all materials included
Join us in the Art Farm Studio (next to the Blue Eyed Daisy, entrance opens to the Courtyard) for our two session hand-building workshop. We will be creating handmade small plates + bowls, approx. 2-3 per person. Our fearless leader will be Katelyn Hardwick of Feast & Fern, whose gorgeous functional pieces speak for themselves.
Whether you’re a total beginner or a long-lost knitter who needs a refresher–if you’ve been wanting to learn this fun, meditative skill, this class is for you. In this workshop, you’ll learn the basics of this simple, portable, ancient craft of turning fiber into fabric. With a pair of needles, some yarn and a little basic know-how, you’ll be on your way to knitting a complete hat or scarf.
Join us in the Art Farm Studio (next to the Blue Eyed Daisy Bakeshop, entrance opens to the Courtyard) for our two session hand-building workshop. We will be creating a gorgeous boat-shaped vessel with local artist Julie Genda McKinney.
Join Chatt Hills Gallery + Art Farm Studio for an extra special happy hour on December 7th, 2018. Warm up with an artisanal hotty toddy upstairs in the Chatt Hills Gallery space, and pick out a piece of art for a loved one.
Join professional fine-art photographer, Billy Newman, as he shows how you can take better photos - using your smartphone! During this hands-on workshop, you will learn all the buttons and features of your smartphone, and you will actually take photos during class for some hands-on learning.
Stephen Wilson is a commercial fashion and portrait photographer who spent 10 years in New York City refining his aesthetic before returning to Atlanta, where he grew up. Stephen developed his skills while working in fashion advertising, contributing to global campaigns for Banana Republic, Jimmy Choo, BeBe Sport and more. He also shot a 5 seasons of New York City Fashion Week for multiple fashion houses, and was published in print and web versions of Elle Canada, Elle.com, Style.com, Vogue.com, Vogue.uk, and WWD. Stephen's personal work lingers on the quiet intimacy of portrait, relishing in fleeting moments of time. Currently, Stephen is trying to leverage his work and aesthetic to grow his client base in the South.
Art Farm Studio is proud to present a two-day indigo, natural dyeing, and slow stitch workshop with Nashville-based artist Aaron Head.