CraftStudies offers year-round craft and art classes, workshops and vacation camps in
- Clay (wheel and handbuilding)
- Metal (jewelry and sculpture)
- Other media — basketry, felting (nuno, wet, needle), sewing, bead weaving, and other media for people of all ages and abilities
- Children, youth and teens can take after-school classes or vacation camps in any of these three studios
- Recovery Through Craft – a program for people experiencing an ongoing illness, their personal caregivers, and family members
Our instructors are highly skilled craftspeople with a deep knowledge of their medium.
We encourage experimentation, exploration, and artistic expression. Experience the satisfaction that comes from handcrafting something unique and beautiful!
Art classes and workshops for adults are offered mornings, evenings and on weekends.
After-school classes for children, youth, and teens are offered most weekday afternoons. Our week-long summer camps can be taken as a morning, an afternoon, or a full day camp. Your child can experience a five-day intensive in one medium/material or, if in a full-day camp, work in one material in the morning and a different material in the afternoon. Whatever the combination, our camps provide hands-on experiential learning.
Some adult classes also allow teens.
We offer scholarships for all classes, workshops and camps. To apply, please download the application form and return it to us via email or mail.
$10/$5 discount on tuition for classes/ workshops respectively for League members or early payment.
A $25 discount off your (full) tuition when you and a friend sign up for a class (certain restrictions apply).
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OUR MISSION: The mission of the League of NH Craftsmen is to encourage, nurture and promote the creation, use and preservation of fine contemporary and traditional craft through the inspiration and education of artists and the broader community.
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Partial funding for development of this website made possible by a Rural Business Enterprise Grant through the Northern Community Investment Corporation from USDA Rural Development.