upcoming

  • July 6-12, 2015
    Image by: Brother Michael McGrath
    Due to family health concerns, Carla Orlando is not able to co-teach this class with Brother Mickey, as intended.  Guild Director Dan Oberg is...
  • July 6-12, 2015
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    Past students describe Angela Pollock as “inspiring, knowledgable, and open,” who responds to the interests of her students with...
  • July 6-12, 2015
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    Past students describe John Thompson as "extremely proficient" in the studio, and rave about how his confidence in them encourages students...
  • July 6-12, 2015
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    Come and study with one of our Guild Masters, whom past students have described as "fantastic!" and "knowledgable beyond expectation....
  • July 13-19, 2015
    Image by: Scott Dillman
    Explore basic pottery techniques in an intimate class setting (maximum of 6 students) from an instructor whom past students describe as "...

news

  • posted on: Jun 03, '15
    I almost wish we were butterflies and liv'd but three summer days - three such days with you I could fill with more delight than fifty common...
  • posted on: May 13, '15
    Lenten Reflection by Larkin Jean Van Horn, 2015   Summer 2015, Sustenance, is rapidly approaching!  People are signing up faster than in...
  • posted on: Apr 07, '15
    They will be like a tree planted by the water that sends out its roots by the stream.  It does not fear when heat comes; its leaves are always...
  • posted on: Mar 25, '15
      The Grünewald Guild campus is known by many as a magical place, a "thin" space where journeyers feel just a little closer to the...
  • posted on: Mar 12, '15
    Better than thrill a listening crowd, sit at a wise man's feet; but better teach a child, than toil to make thyself complete. - George...
  • posted on: Feb 12, '15
    Spring is nature's way of saying, "Let's party!" Robin Williams   In February, we often get teased with hints of early spring...
  • posted on: Jan 27, '15
    The Grunewald Guild is excited to invite you to Seattle next month for an innovative and inspiring conference on faith and the arts. The conference...
  • posted on: Jan 13, '15
    Living one day at a time, enjoying one moment at a time, accepting hardships as the pathway to peace.  Taking, as Jesus did, this sinful world...
  • posted on: Dec 29, '14
    Sandy Richardson was a beloved part of the Grünewald Guild from its very earliest days.  She had a focus in her art that cared for people and...
  • posted on: Dec 22, '14
    And The Light is shining in the darkness, but the darkness did not overtake it. John 1:5, Aramaic Bible in Plain English   Wishing you and...

guild blog

  • Jun, 12, 2015
    Reflections from Andy Stromberg, Intern from Regent College Ah, the Grünewald Guild. What a peaceful and encouraging and curious place. Art creating...
  • May, 06, 2015
    Welcome back to the Guild photo blog! It’s been a few days since our Liturgical Arts program ended, but we’re still savoring the richness of a really...
  • Jan, 14, 2015
    The Grünewald Guild recently debuted our third traveling art exhibit, What Sustains Us, which features 15 original artworks that address the question...
  • Dec, 01, 2014
    This past summer I had the opportunity to interview master weaver and longtime Guild faculty member Suzanne Halvorson. We talked about her lifelong...
  • Oct, 31, 2014
    Welcome back to the photo blog! It’s been a really special week here at the Guild, where three of our veteran faculty led participants in some really...
  • Oct, 17, 2014
    It’s photo blog time again! It’s been a quiet week here at the Grünewald Guild, where we’ve enjoyed cooler weather and several opportunities to...
  • Oct, 10, 2014
    Nice to meet you.  I’m Tony, and I’ve been cooking at the Grunewald Guild since May 2014. Cooking at the Guild offers many opportunities to be...
  • Oct, 10, 2014
    Welcome back to the photo blog! It’s been a particularly good week here at the Guild, with beautiful fall weather, & some extra time to enjoy one...
  • Oct, 07, 2014
    One of our first resident artists this fall was New York based weaver Bonnie Klatt, who taught on the summer faculty before joining us for a six-week...
  • Oct, 03, 2014
    It’s been a beautiful autumn week here at the Grünewald Guild. We’ve had a short break from hosting guests, which has allowed staff and guests alike...