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March 4-9, 2014
Let the woodchips fly! Our first
ever Woodcarver’s Week is on the books for early March 2014.
For the first time ever, we’re introducing a week devoted
solely to woodworking in its many forms.
Classes will kick off on Wednesday, and
continue throughout the week. On Saturday, all students will
have the opportunity to mix and mingle with other carvers &
instructors and options to choose from a variety of
mini-courses on milk paints, sharpening, and sheath making,
or a snowshoe hike through the winter woods to learn how to
spot material in the field, a trip to the Grand Portage
National Monument or simply hang out and carve with fellow
enthusiasts. Coursework will resume on Sunday. Registration
for any of the two or three day Woodcarver’s Week courses
also includes participation in Saturday mini courses and
excursions. More information will be provided upon
for our ENews to get updates as planning progresses!
Featured event coursework surround the entire Woodcarver's Week. To review all of the
courses in calendar format follow this link to see all the
March 2014 calendar of courses.
Starting Wednesday, March 5
Bowl Carving with Axe, Adze and Gouge - w/Jon Strom; 3 days
Wooden Bowl Turning: Norwegian Ale Bowls - w/Roger Abrahamson; 2 days
Spoon Carving Tutorial I - w/Fred Livesay and Jarrod StoneDahl; 2 days
Starting Thursday, March 6
Letters, Numbers & More: Incise Carving - w/Jock Holmen; 3 days
Filling the Handmade Toy Box: Carving Simple Wooden Toys -
w/Harley Refsal; 3
Automata: Making Wood Move - with Cecilia Schiller; 4 days
Kind & Snarly Nordic Dragons: Carving in Relief and in the Round
w/Phillip Odden; 4 days
Starting Friday, March 7
Spoon Carving Tutorial II - w/Fred Livesay and Jarrod
StoneDahl; 3 days