Education

There are a number of different opportunities and programs designed to teach someone a craft.  We offer short  workshops to longer apprenticeships which can last for a number of years.  The primary education which is offered at the Guild is aimed at not only learning the technique of the craft, but at the education and growth of the craftsman or woman, as a whole person.  For most of us this three centered approach, involving the heart, mind, and body, is a life long learning process.

Apprenticeships & Internships

The Guild offers a wide variety of apprentiships and internships in the different Craft and Agricultural areas.Learn More

Courses

Courses in both wood-turning, and ceramics are offered at the GuildLearn More

Pottery Residency

The Rochester Folk Art Guild Residency Program provides the opportunity for a functional potter to enjoy a large, spacious, and well equipped studio and kiln shed with other potters.