We hope to safely open and provide priority access to students starting on November 1. Faculty and staff members may return on December 1. This staggered timing will allow us to appropriately assess the COVID-19 trends in our community before expanding services and access to each additional group. Prior to entry, patrons will need to complete the UC Davis Daily Symptom Survey. The survey asks yes/no questions regarding your possible COVID-19 exposure.
Please note that this phasing plan is pending final approval from Yolo County Public Health. Should Yolo County shift back to purple tier status after reopening, the Craft Center will be required to close in-person operations at that time.
About the UC Davis Craft Center
Interested in art? Want to learn how to make crafts in your spare time? The Craft Center is the perfect place to learn a skill or perfect an art form you're already familiar with! Come see what we're all about! We offer classes for newcomers and studio space for both students and community members. Please note that all crafters must be 18 years or older to use our space due to safety concerns.
We offer recreational classes!
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make ceramics, glass art, or tools out of metal or wood? Register for a class today! We have classes in each of our studios that can teach you how! The classes we offer and their descriptions can be found on our Craft Center Classes Page! We offer small class sizes, so students can plenty of hands-on interaction and advice from our instructors. These classes are also recreational, creating a stress-free environment where you can just focus on being creative! Anything you make will be yours to keep!
We offer studio space!
The Craft Center we have on campus has 10 different studios in which students and community members can work on their projects. Anyone with prior experience in a particular type of art may use our studio space after purchasing a Quarter / Day Pass. For more information, check out our Studio Information page!
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