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Ellen Adams

Start Date

01/06

Time

10am–2pm

Room

DMC DOO4, Woodshop

End Date

01/07

Meeting Day

Friday and Saturday

Credits

0

In this introductory, course participants will learn how to design and carve wooden utensils. Students will be shown how to safely and efficiently use the bandsaw as well as hand tools such as gouges, rasps, files, scrapers, and a variety of handsaws. Whether it’s spoons, spatulas, forks, knives, or something completely new – students will leave with a small collection of unique tools. Great for those who are new to woodworking or interested in getting started in wood carving. No shop experience is necessary.

Early registration is recommended for on-campus classes.  Please check massart.edu (see link on the upper right corner of the page) for current COVID protocols. Indoor masking and vaccination (and booster if eligible) are required. Please complete this Vaccination Attestation before attempting to go to campus.

Wooden Utensils Workshop is also being offered on another date and time. View Wooden Utensils Workshop (NC690-01) for details.

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Ellen Adams is an object maker and woodworker based in Boston, MA. They create functional sculptures that celebrate beauty and utility. Adams is an alum of Massachusetts College of Art and Design and has since worked as a teaching assistant, technician, manager and teacher at various woodshops in the Greater Boston area.