We are looking forward to starting up classes once again on the Roycroft Campus. Please understand we are doing everything we can to ensure the safety and health of our staff, instructors and students. Please read through and follow all of the instructions below before enrolling and attending a class on the Roycroft Campus.

  • All class sizes will be limited.
  • Masks are required while in buildings on the Roycroft Campus.
  • Staff, Instructors and students enrolled in a class will have their temperature taken before entering the class space.
  • Hand sanitizer will be available upon entering the class space and for use at any time during the workshop.
  • Students should be mindful of social distancing as much as possible during class.
  • There will be an extensive cleaning protocol both before and after all classes, including the sanitizing of all tables, chairs, doors, bathrooms, shared supplies, and frequently touched surfaces.
  • Any person experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, has tested positive for COVID-19, or had close contact with someone who has had symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of their visit should stay home. We will offer full refunds for any pre-paid tour/museum/class registrations.
  • Any person who has traveled to or from one of the restricted states that meet the criteria for required quarantine in New York State within 14 days of their visit should stay home. Information on the NYS Travel Advisory can be found at: https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory.

Please understand that class dates and guidelines are subject to change based on the guidance we receive from NYS. We will be sure to communicate any changes to you if and when they occur.

Wild Bird Care for Winter – December 9th VIRTUAL


Wild Bird Care for Winter

(with Naturalist, Mary Jo Graham)
Wednesday, December 9th from 7:00pm – 9:00pm through Zoom

The birds that over-Winter in Western New York are a hardy bunch. But humans put far more stress on wildlife than Nature and the Winter season offers an opportunity for us to make up for some of these pressures by helping our avian friends through the frigid months. Learn some easy steps and projects you can make that birds will appreciate, allowing you to discover more about their behaviors as they find your property a very hospitable place to visit.


Mary Jo is founder and director of Oakmoss Education, which works to bring people and Nature into harmony through workshops, lectures and field outings. Additionally, she works as a Naturalist for a number of well-respected environmental education organizations, developing programs and teaching at schools and to the general public. Ms. Graham is also a SUNY Chancellor’s Award Assistant Professor in the Physics Department at Erie Community College teaching Environmental Science and Field Ecology. Mary Jo graduated Summa Cum-laude from the University at Buffalo with a degree in Environmental Studies focusing on Environmental Education and Native American culture.


Class Tuition $15
Registration is required and seating is limited. (Max. of 25 students)

Register online or email us at info@roycroftcampuscorp.com and we will return your message or give you a call if you prefer.

Due to the current global health crisis this class will take place virtually through Zoom. Once registered, you will receive a link to the virtual classroom a few days prior to the class date.


Intro to Letterpress Printing: Holiday Edition – December 5th & 6th


Intro to Letterpress Printing – Holiday Edition

(with Artist, Necole Witcher)
Saturday, December 5th & Sunday, December 6th from 1:00pm – 4:00pm

In this special holiday edition of our popular workshop, students will create a beautiful, handmade holiday gift. Typesetting a quote, embellishing it with a variety of images including holly borders, Christmas trees, snowflakes, etc. for a festive or classic feel.

The Roycroft was founded on the creation of printing pamphlets and beautiful books. In this introduction workshop, students will gain a basic history of letterpress printing, with highlights on Arts & Crafts individuals such as Ruskin, Morris and Hubbard. Printing vocabulary will be taught so that students can identify key components of a platen press and the tools used to prep a chase, such as quoin, reglets, slugs, pica, etc. Participants will take a quote of their choosing and learn how to hand-set type on a composing stick, transfer it to a chase and lock it up for printing. From there students will set their locked chase in position on the press and make multiple prints.

Supplies include all materials needed to make multiple copies of their typeset quote. The tools provided during the class project; type, chase, etc. will remain the property of the Campus. Students are asked to bring a quote of no more than two lines to the first class or they can choose from a variety of Hubbard quotes. You are also highly recommended to bring magnification glasses if needed, and to wear appropriate clothing while working with ink and mineral spirits.


Motivated to reconnect communities through art, Necole brings energy to overlooked places. She studies, paints and communes with many versions of Western New York, trying to derive its essence. When she is not in the woods or hamlets sketching, she’s most likely making prints at the Print Shop at the Roycroft Campus, educating people in this age-old art form. Necole has a diverse background in art, science and education.

Class Tuition $80 + $10 Supplies = Total Cost – $90
Registration is required and seating is limited. (Max. of 4 students)

Register online or email us at info@roycroftcampuscorp.com and we will return your message or give you a call if you prefer.

All students must wear a mask during class

Please read and follow all additional safety procedures found on our website – Click Here