upcoming

  • May 3, 2014
    Photo by Jennifer Steensma Hoag
    People from all faith backgrounds are invited to join us for our first World Labyrinth Day gathering. From ancient times, the labyrinth has served as...
  • May 31, 2014
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    Come join us as we prepare the Guild campus for summer and get the garden started for growing!     Work weekends are free of charge (...

news

  • posted on: Apr 17, '14
    Oh come along with me Play with it while you have hands Dust settles, cities turn to sand Trespassing this is their land Time flies, make a statement...
  • posted on: Apr 04, '14
        To every thing there is a season To every season, a reason why I don't know why this fallow season, But I might rest here for...
  • posted on: Feb 26, '14
        "No matter what your age or your life path, whether making art is your career or your hobby or your dream, it is not too late or...
  • posted on: Feb 07, '14
        We may have single-digit temperatures right now at the Guild, but we are already prepping and planning for our 2014 summer season....
  • posted on: Jan 06, '14
      Our financial goal for 2013 was to raise $30k by year's end.  Through our fundraising brunch in November and a fall appeal letter we...
  • posted on: Dec 02, '13
        "Indeed, it feels right to call you family." -note from a recent Guild intern     Thanks to your generosity, we...
  • posted on: Nov 04, '13
      Winter is not far away here at the Guild: each morning the mountains around the valley are white with winter's intent.  We are...
  • posted on: Oct 31, '13
    Michele Koger is heading up the cooking for our Fundraiser Brunch, to be held on Saturday, November 16 at St. Mark's Cathedral in Seattle.  ...
  • posted on: Oct 10, '13
      Saturday, November 16 11 AM - 2 PM St. Marks Cathedral Seattle, WA   Join us for a champagne brunch as we celebrate the community and...
  • posted on: Aug 22, '13
        "August rain: the best of the summer gone, and the new fall not yet born.  The odd uneven time." -Sylvia Plath  ...

guild blog

  • Apr, 16, 2014
    Suddenly Jesus met them and said, “Peace be with you.” They came up to him, took hold of his feet, and worshiped him. Matthew 28:9 (Good News)...
  • Feb, 03, 2014
    It has been our delight to have Texas-based ceramic artist Jillian Blackwell here in residence for three months through the fall and winter. During...
  • Jan, 28, 2014
    We were thrilled to have Alaska-based artist and graphic designer Teresa Fitzgerald here in residence for three weeks this winter, during which time...
  • Jan, 27, 2014
    It was a pleasure to have Denver-based artist and educator Jeneve Parrish here in residence for three weeks this winter. I visited Jeneve in the...
  • Dec, 30, 2013
    [This is an excerpt from a homily given by Dan at St. Luke’s Episcopal in Wenatchee, WA, which hosted our "Wholly Family" traveling art exhibit in...
  • Dec, 02, 2013
    This summer we’re thrilled to offer a brand-new class from one of our most beloved faculty members. Eloiese Krabbenhoft will be exploring iPad...
  • Nov, 22, 2013
    This is a summary of a presentation that Dan gave at the 39th International Conference on Social Theory, Politics and the Arts at Seattle University...
  • Nov, 05, 2013
    We’re thrilled to have Wenatchee-based artist and educator Terry Valdez joining the Guild faculty this winter. I visited him in his studio last...
  • Oct, 26, 2013
    Conceptual artist Jennifer Steensma Hoag spent two weeks at the Grünewald Guild as a part of a sabbatical from Calvin College. During her time here...
  • Oct, 18, 2013
    This post is the second in a series of casual, studio-based interviews I am conducting with the Guild’s artists in residence. In addition to photos...