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Fundamentals of Woodworking with Power Tools

Price: $175.00

Date: June 6, 2015

This workshop is for beginning woodworkers or for those who simply want to hone their skills in the wood shop.

The class will cover jointing, planing, cutting on the table saw and band saw, using a router, and power sanding. This class will also cover a small amount of hand tool use and basic oil finishing. Students will be supplied with a raw cut of wood at the beginning of the class and leave with a cutting board, serving board, or cheese board in a shape of their choice.

Please wear close-toed footwear and appropriate studio clothing.

Materials will be supplied.

June 6th, 2015

11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

$175

Members get a 20% discount

About the Teacher: 

Glenn Russell Coburn was born in Nashville, TN. As a child, he was surrounded by artists and musicians who encouraged him to pursue the arts. He attended Nashville School of the Arts for high school and during his time there, his love for the arts broadened. Through his many travels, abroad and in the United States, Coburn decided to attend college to acquire a BFA Degree in woodworking. Through his rambling college experience, studying at Nashville State Community College, The Appalachian Center For Craft, and University of Tennessee Chattanooga, Glenn decided to settle at The Appalachian Center For Craft at Tennessee Technological University in Smithville, TN. This is where he currently resides and studies under award-winning woodworker, Graham Campbell.

Blown Glass: Form and Function

Price: $400.00

Date: June 18, 2015

3 Day Class - June 18th, 19th and 20th

10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Over the course of 3 days, This class will study the most basic steps of starting to work with hot glass out of a furnace. Each student will learn how to work with solid glass, as well as blown glass. Students will learn basic beginner shapes that lend to form and function, like the cup and bowl. The class will cover color theory and the most basic applications of colored glass, to help personalize the students’ work. In addition to 6 hours of demos and class time participation (demos on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 12 p.m.), each student will have 6 hours of guided, solo work time in the studio, as well the opportunity to assist a fellow class mate in their studio time. This class will be a stress free environment, to learn how to enjoy the amazing art of glassblowing, and enjoy one-on-one time with the instructor making a piece to take home!

$400

Members get a 20% discount

Mandatory Dress Code: Closed-Toe Shoes and Long-Sleeved Cotton Shirt

About the Teacher: 

Johnny Glass (yes, that is his real name) began his glass career in Los Angeles, CA, where he was first introduced to glass at Santa Monica College. He has spent multiple summers studying at Dale Chihuly’s world renowned Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, WA, where he studied with master glassblowers from around the world. His interests range from fine Italian cane work to the abstract arts of some of Japan’s most crafted masters. Glass by Glass grew quickly from a hobby to Johnny’s full time job. In 2012,  Johnny decided to expand his market and returned to Knoxville, Tennessee, where he grew up, to open Glass by Glass’ east coast mobile hot shop and to finish his education at Tennessee Techs Appalachian Center for Crafts, under world famous glassblower and teacher, Curtis Brock.  He is currently in his senior year and will graduate next fall with a BFA in Glass.  2014 was a big year for his new east coast branch. Johnny gave over 30 days of live demo’s throughout the east Tennessee area from Gatlinburg to Lenoir City. Johnny has shown the live art of glass blowing to well over 60,000 people last year. 1000s of whom said they had never seen it done live before. Johnny’s work can now be found at The Knoxville Museum of Art, as well many retailers in the east Tennessee and Los Angeles areas.

 

 

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