An unrestricted financial contribution to CraftStudies @ the Hanover League of NH Craftsmen, allows us to use the funds to cover operating expenses, offer scholarships, replace and repair tools and equipment.

Our faculty are all local artisans. Financial contributions from people like you allow CraftStudies to pay them a decent wage for sharing their expertise with you and your friends and family.

We strive to keep the tuition of classes, workshops and camps affordable to everyone. By covering operating costs with donations and grants we are able keep the tuition low. The more donations the lower the tuition for classes, camps and workshops.

Functional arts include pottery, metalsmithing, basket making, sewing, beading and more. We have been offering classes in these media since 1957. Our community of student-artist number about 700 annually. They range in age from 5 to 80 and come from diverse socio-economic groups.

Thank you for supporting the functional arts in the Upper Valley. We are a non-profit organization, therefore, donations are tax-deductible and gladly accepted. Thank you!

Also, save the date of March 18, 2017 to attend our annual fundraiser ... Bowls and more ...

Membership

Another great way to support the art of craft is by joining the League of NH Craftsmen as a member.

We are grateful to the following organizations, as well as individuals, for supporting our effort to promote the art-of-craft!

  • New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
  • Mascoma Savings Bank
  • Lane and Elizabeth C. Dwinell Charitable Trust
  • League of NH Craftsmen
  • Sands Foundation