Print & Book Studio Orientation: Member Fob Activation

Print & Book Arts

Print & Book Studio Orientation - Member Fob Activation

This introduction is required for members seeking fob access to, or press certification in, the Print & Book Studio.

Meeting Times
  1. Thur, 10/12/2023 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM

Thur, 10/12/2023


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Studio Orientation

Print & Book Arts Studio

Letterpress, Printmaking, Book Arts


This free orientation covers safety, policies, etiquette, supplies, clean-up procedures, and an overview of equipment in the Print & Book Arts Studio. 

At the end of this session, members can obtain fob access to the studio, allowing them to use the studio independently during BARN hours, whenever it's not in use by a class or another event. 

This also is a prerequisite for gaining certification for the studio's etching presses and letterpress equipment, and explains the additional steps needed to get that certification.


  • This is NOT a class to learn how to use the printmaking and letterpress equipment.
  • This class is free, but registration is required.
  • If you have questions about orientation, fob access, or are interested in volunteer opportunities in the studio, email Print & Book Arts Studio Lead Jane Kim:

Class Policies

  • Ages 14 and up are welcome.

BARN Policies

Instructors or Guides

Lynn Agnew

Lynn is a working book artist and retired educator. In addition to working as a teacher and school administrator, she worked for Microsoft and created curriculum for the WA State Arts Commission. Her artistic focus is currently on making books and fabric pieces. Her work can be found in university and private collections around the country. She still teaches both book arts and printmaking classes. Lynn graduated from Middlebury College and holds a Master’s degree in Administration and the Visual Arts from Bank Street College of Education and Parsons School of Design. Lynn has served as a trustee on the boards of Hyla Middle School and The Bainbridge Community Foundation. She lives in Kingston with her husband Bill Agnew.

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