Remaining Spring Semester Classes

Spring semester’s not over yet! You can still register for these remaining classes:


You must be 18 or older, or a currently enrolled NC State student, and have health insurance to take classes at the Crafts Center.

Classes are available in varying session lengths as an ongoing study in a specific studio. For classes that are 15 hours and over, students will have access to the studio in which they are enrolled for the duration of the semester. For classes less than 15 hours, students have the option to sign up for other classes and/or purchase a membership.

Workshops are focused sessions that are held for several consecutive days. Workshops do not include additional studio access; however, students will have access to the studio during the time in which the workshop is being conducted.

Crafts Center classes are extracurricular, non-credit classes.


Class Prerequisites:

Each class is designed specifically for a designated level of experience. PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP FOR AN INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED COURSE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE REQUIRED EXPERIENCE.Please refer to this key, which designates each class level:Prereq Icon Key


 WOOD

Salad Bowl and Serving Set (Workshop)

Instructor: Jim Wallace

Wood Salad Bowl SetThis three-day workshop will explore making a salad bowl and salad serving set from green wood.  Beginning with a freshly cut log we will learn about orientation, splitting, and riving as well as using a band saw to obtain our turning blanks.  There will be discussion about different methods of making bowls from green wood.  We will experiment with different textures on the outside of the bowl and with different food safe finishing options.  The serving set will be made with handles turned on the lathe: the bowl of the spoon and the fork will be carved.  Crafts Center tools will be available for students to use.  You are welcome to bring your favorite bowl gouge and/or carving and spindle turning tools.

If you choose to bring your own tools, these are the tools we will be using most:  bowl gouge (3/8” is ideal), spindle roughing out gouge, skew chisel,  and #9 x 13mm carving gouge.

Friday, April 27, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, April 28, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 29, 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.


Prerequisite:
Completion of the Woodturning class at the Crafts Center or equivalent experience in woodturning.

Class fees by level:  I – $86     II – $124    III – $134

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