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Register soon.  Classes start October 1st.

Woodturning Workshop—starts October 1

Create functional and nonfunctional lathe-turned objects. Woodturning has a long and rich history, the lathe being the earliest documented woodworking machine. This workshop examines the evolution of turning and explores how the lathe and its tools are used today to produce art as well as functional objects. A variety of processes are introduced, including: wood selection and preparation, spindle turning, bowl and vessel turning, hollow turning, box making, off-center turning, and finishing. Students at all levels are free to explore their own interests. Open to beginners as well as advanced enthusiasts.

CED 1040 / noncredit / $710
Discount price: $685 (Purchase College matriculated students, employees, alumni, and Broadview Charter Members; and early registration discount)
Instructor: Alan Dorsey
Location: Visual Arts Building, room 1029
October 1 — November 5 (6 sessions)
Sundays, 9:00 am — 2:30 pm
Registration Form / Credit Card Authorization / Risk Waiver