In the face of remote instruction, Sheila Goloborotko turned to teach students how to bring the art studio into their homes—their kitchens, specifically. Using everyday kitchen materials and cooking analogies, Sheila has designed her printmaking courses to teach her students how to make prints in a “low-tech, sustainable, and non-toxic rudimentary studio” without having to come to campus. She’s created a collection of video demonstrations and provided artist interviews to bring her lectures and lessons into students’ home studios so they are equipped to create hands-on projects. Sheila’s students are guided through a series of modules in her Canvas course, where students have access to instructional materials and assignments. She also uses this space to share work, thoughts, and ideas, and to link students' weekly Zoom sessions to discuss the weekly topics, assignments, and project progress. Through both synchronous and asynchronous modalities Sheila emphasizes the importance of community building and idea sharing, and that we still have channels through which to create and connect even during remote circumstances.