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This course offers those with basic-to-intermediate woodworking skills a flexible, open studio format in which you can work on independent projects in consultation with a master craftsman. The instructor will offer consultation and encouragement throughout the course as well as four dialogue-driven workshops on 9 adhesives, sanding, freehand routing techniques, and the preparation and use of a cabinet scraper. The supply fee will provide each student with approximately 15 board feet of rustic cherry to use for his or her chosen project (the project can be decided upon after the course has begun).

Instructor : Brian David Johnson 

Start date: 01/16/18

8 sessions.

Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (1/16/2018-3/6/2018)

Tuition: $234.00

Supply/Model Fee: $45.00

Location : Studio 7 Location : 
  Studio 7.

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This course offers those with basic-to-intermediate woodworking skills a flexible, open studio format in which you can work on independent projects in consultation with a master craftsman. The instructor will offer consultation and encouragement throughout the course as well as four dialogue-driven workshops on 9 adhesives, sanding, freehand routing techniques, and the preparation and use of a cabinet scraper. The supply fee will provide each student with approximately 15 board feet of rustic cherry to use for his or her chosen project (the project can be decided upon after the course has begun).

Instructor : Brian David Johnson 

Start date: 03/20/18

8 sessions.

Weekly - Tue 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (3/20/2018-5/8/2018)

Tuition: $234.00

Supply/Model Fee: $45.00

Location : Studio 7 Location : 
  Studio 7.



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In the artist’s proverbial toolbox, there is no greater device for self-improvement than criticism, but used without proper training and practice, it can be an unwieldy tool, useless, or even destructive. Through weekly in-depth group critique sessions, learn to use criticism ethically in a supportive community and take home valuable advice from classmates and the instructor. This course revolves around the critique of completed or in-progress work, so some previous art experience is encouraged—perfect for those who have completed previous art courses or who regularly produce their own art outside of class.

Instructor : Art School Faculty 

Start date: 03/29/18

7 sessions.

Weekly - Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (3/29/2018-5/10/2018)

Tuition: $199.00

Supply/Model Fee: $0.00

Location : Studio 8 (Gen Purpose) Location : 
  Studio 8 (Gen Purpose).



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