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Artists need good nourishment and the dining hall is a focal point of life at Snow Farm.  And, it's not just about the bagels or brownies, meals with fellow classmates and instructors are an opportunity for extended learning and connection. The daily dilemma: linger at lunch with new friends or head straight back to the studio. Really, it's a win-win.  

 craft school, quiche, eggs for breakfast

The Kitchen

Our kitchen staff serves up homemade meals that are hearty and healthy, plus some wicked good desserts. A fully-stocked salad bar at lunch and dinner makes it easy for students with varying dietary needs to always find something delicious to eat. Please let us know on your Student Health Form if you are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, or vegan so we can plan accordingly.

salad bar, craft school

Fridays at Snow Farm

If you are taking a 5-day workshop, Friday night is a real treat. The week concludes with an exhibit of student work and a generous spread of wine and appetizers before dinner. Guests are welome to join the festivities and non-residential students may want to plan ahead to stay for Friday dinner. The kitchen always prepares something special and features a new signature dessert each season!

More info

  • All housing packages include all the meals during the workshop period

  • Non-residential students can choose to purchase a lunch package during registration @15/day.  Dinner and breakfast  can be added for an additional fee by making arrangements with the on-site coordinator during the workshop. 

  • A participant/instructor refrigerator is available for storing limited food and beverages. 

  • See the daily schedule for mealtimes. 

Still hungry? 

Dining Gallery