The Studio

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The Studio is made possible by a generous gift given to the Library from the Staffileno Family, in order that the library create a space to honor the memory of Constance E. Staffileno. The Studio was created to embody Mrs. Staffileno’s love for art and art education, and to inspire generations of innovators and art enthusiasts. Located in the lower level of the Winnetka Library, The Studio features the latest technology and equipment, such as 3D printers, Adobe Creative Cloud software and a laser engraver, as well as classic art mediums like paint and canvas, to inspire and educate a community of artistic makers and creators.

If you have any questions, feel free to email us at studio@winnetkalibrary.org

Hours

The Studio is open whenever the Library is open, although certain projects may not be started less than 30 minutes before closing.
Monday-Thursday: 9am-9pm
Friday and Saturday: 9am-5pm
Sunday: 1-5pm

We encourage everyone to attend one of our creative project courses, which are a great way to learn how to use the equipment. If you have any questions, feel free to email us at studio@winnetkalibrary.org Equipment may be available for walk-in use, but may be in use by other patrons and a small wait time may be applicable.

The Studio Guidelines & Waiver

The Studio is open to all; however, to use certain pieces of equipment, users must have signed the usage agreement liability waiver. Anyone under age 18 must have the Minor Child document signed by a parent or guardian.

      Liability Waiver
 
      Minor Liability Waiver

At times, The Studio may not be appropriate for the very young due to the equipment in use and projects in progress. Please read the following General Guidelines for use of The Studio:

General Guidelines for use of Equipment and Tools in The Studio

If you have any questions, feel free to email us at studio@winnetkalibrary.org