A list of some of the classes presented by SAPFM members, advertisers and supporters.
Unless noted, you can register for online classes at any time.
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|Ray Journigan||Woodcraft of Virginia Beach / Norfolk|
|A Sampler of 18th Century Carving (Sep 30 - Oct 4, 2019)|
|Shannon Rogers||Hand Tool School|
|Frank Klausz||Joinery Master Class|
|Steve Branam||Introduction to Hand Tools|
|Mary May||Woodcarving Online|
|Dave Richards||SketchUp® Guide for Woodworkers – The Basics|
|Steve Latta||Federal Side Table|
|Phil Lowe||Queen Anne Lowboy|
|Marc Adams||Tablesaw Techniques|
|Mario Rodriguez||Foolproof Finishes with Shellac and Varnish|
|Joe Zeh||SketchUp Comprehensive|
|Frank Strazza||Woodworking Channel|
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In a time when many are seeking fresh ways of problem solving, seeing differently and communicating effectively, the School of Woodwork offers an opportunity for people of all skill levels to spend a weekend, a week or several immersed in craft of designing and making furniture, carving and tuning.
For some, it is the opportunity to study with leading, nationally-recognized makers who travel to the School to teach specific workshops and serve as the School’s foundation in ensuring the highest quality of innovative instruction. For others, it is the exceptional, well-equipped workshops where students can work safely and confidently in a professional-level environment. For many, it is the daily engagement among a diverse group of people from different backgrounds, coming together to learn and work in a supportive, creative environment.
Darrell Peart started his career making and selling small wooden items at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. To broaden his experience, he then worked for many years in various high-end custom shops throughout the Puget Sound area gaining an extensive background in both commercial and custom furniture making.
MASW is a very busy place with lots of activities during the week. Class instruction and use of power equipment goes from 8:00 a.m. to around 6:00 p.m. each weekday. After 6:00 p.m., when the power equipment goes off, students are more than welcome to stay and work, socialize, or do research in the library.
Instructors: Mary May, Ben Hobbs
Dedicated to promoting excellence in craftsmanship and in developing superior hand and machine woodworking skills. Workshops are designed to satisfy beginner, intermediate and advanced woodworkers in a relaxed, hands-on format.