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Fine Woodworking : MAR/APRIL 1979 (15)
SOURCES OF SUPPLY Summer Woodwor schools and compiled the information below from their replies. The list is not complete, as many schools won't settle their schedules until later in the spring. We hope readers will tell us about other schools so we can keep the listings up to date. 279 Californla-Baulines Craftsman's Guild, Box 305, Boli· nas, CA 94924. Wood Semi"ars, days. Tuition: $1 35, includes materials, use of tools. 12 students. Dates to be determined. 10 consecutive Satur- California-Calif. College of Arts and Crafts, Wood Pro�ram, 5212 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94618. Woodwork· mg, classes/wk., 4 hrs.lclass. Tuition: $360. College cr. Lodg· ing. 15 students. Apply before first class to E.E. Benson. May I4-June 14, June 18·July 19, July 23·Aug. 23, 4 California-Calif. State University, Industrial Studies Dept., 5151 State University Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90032. Wood Construction Technology II (Cabinefnlakil'lg). Wood hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident $112.50, nonresident $35/cr. Prerequisite: College-level woodworking or of instructor. College cr. 18 students. Apply 25 to S. Cappiello. Wood Technology, evenings. Tuition: $60. S students. Basic Woodworking: An Introductory Weeke"d, 9-27; FunJiture Design, $35. 6 students. Apply by date of first class. Sculpture, June IS-July 6; Fine Furniture Making, June 21.Aug. 30. 3 hrs.lclass, I class/wk., July 7-S, 8 hrs. daily. Tuition: Colorado-Anderson Ranch Arts Center, P.O. Box 2406, Aspen, Col. 8161 1. Dollhouse Making, Clinic, Aug. 20·24. Contact D. Garwood. June 25·July July 30-Aug. 17; Guitar-Making Connecticut-Eastern Connecticut State College, Extension Division, Windham St., Willimantic, CT 06226. Sculpturing, P.M. Tuition: $105 noncr., $120 undergrad. cr. Lodging for families. IS students. Apply to Shirley Wood. W. Fullerton, Design, Boat tools, text. Contact Ron Phillips for specific dates. Kentucky-Eastern Kentucky University, Intermediate, and Advanced Woodworking, Advanced 12-wk. courses in Wood Turning, Tuition: $1 75, includes materials, Academy of Fine Woodworking, 744 IL 60614. IS-wk. courses in Basic, Carving and 7, Ed. and Tech., Richmond, KY 40475. resident $93, nonresident $234 for both: 3 college courses in 6·18, both 56 practical experience. Lodging. 15 students. Albert G. Spencer before May II for Workshop 25 for Advanced Technical Problems. May 15·July IS to Bill Huston. Massachusetts-Boston Center for Adult Education, Crafts class/wk., evenings. Tuition: $44. 12 students. Apply before June 21 to registration orrice. 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 021 16. Fine Furniture, both June 14-Aug. 23, 1 Massachusetts-Boston University Program in Artisanry, 620 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, MA 02215. Wood Furniture Design I, College July 5·Aug. 10, both 5 classes/wk., 6 hrs.lclass. sign II, students. cr. Lodging for families, about $42/wk.ladult. 20 Design II. to Elmer Taylor. Appl� May 1·16 for Design May 22-June 30. Wood Furniture DeJune 5·27 for Massachusetts-Cambridge Center for Adult Education. 42 Brattle St., Cambridge, MA 02138. Woodwork and Carpentry, Massachusetts-Hoosuck Design and Windsor Mill, 121 Union St., orth Adams, MA Woodworking Skills, �i�� �!lf;�o�JI��'i��t�����;s�s Apply to Richard Siegel June 4·9, June 18·23, July 9·13, June 15·Aug. 8, I class/wk., 2 hrs.lclass. Tui· I, classes/wk. Tuition: $375, includes materials. for families, $35 I adult, $100 family. Apply at least weeks before class to Continuing Education, North Adams State College, N. Adams, MA 01247. Massachusetts-New England working/Furniture Making, June I-Sept. 15. Continuous. Tuition: $4/hr. 4·6 students. Apply to Shirley Norton. PO Box 47, 5 Bridge St., Watertown, MA June 4 ($750), Advanced Gllilarmaking, Woodworking Techniques, June 11-16, July 16-2 1, Design for Woodworkers, July 23·28. All 7 hrs.lclass, 6 Center, Wood· Massachusetts-Stringrellow Instruments. Windsor Mill, 121 Union St., North Adams, MA 01247. Beginning Guitannaking, of Ind. ill In· dustrial Education and Technology-Musical Instrument Construction, ogy, June 25.Aug. 3, 5 classes/wk. hrs.lclass. Tuition: cr.). Prerequisite or equivalent to June Maine-Maine School of Cabinetry, Box 12, Cobb's Bridge Rd., New Gloucester, ME 04260. Introductory June 4- 16, Advanced Woodworking, Tuition: $395. 14·16 students. tion: resident $62, nonresident $156 (grad. cr.). Advallced Tech"ical Problems in June 11-22, 5 classes/wk., 6 hrs.lclass. Tuiand Wood Tee/mol- June 18·Sept. I, 2 classes/wk., 2V, May Technology II, Introduction California-Evolution Art Institute, 6030 Roblar Rd., Petaluma, CA 94952. Basic Woodworking-Hand and Machine Tools, 10 June 11·15; Wood July 5 classeS/wk., 8:30 A.M.·IO:oo Many woodworkers find summer vacation a convenient time to go back to school and hone their skills, either at short sessions that can be part of a family vacation or at full-time courses. To survey this summer' s offerin�s, we sent a questionnaire to woodworking means for July 23 ($1000), both 6 wks., 6 classeS/wk., 8 hrs. daily. Materials and tool use included. Col. cr. through orth Adams State College or S. Vermont College. 9 beginning students, 6 advanced. Apply to William Cumpiano. Tuition: $105. incl. materials, but students should bring tools. Col. cr. through Mass. College of Art and Lesley College. Lodging, $70/wk. 10 students. Apply to registrar. Massachusetts-Truro Center ror the Arts/Castle Hill Inc., Castle Rd., Truro, MA 02666. Wood Wood Technology, Aug. 6-17, 5 classeS/wk., 3 h classeS/wk., 6 hrs.lclass. Tuition: $180. Massachusetts-Worcester Craft Center, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, MA 01605. for families, $50 wk./adult, $60 wk.l2 adults, $5 12 students. Apply before June IS to registrar. MISSIssI!J'I-Delta State University, Art Dept., Box 0·2, f6�v5e��ss�U8,7�\;S�r;::�'t:l�io�e$i!5/'s1��s:��h�. College cr. Lodging, $1 68Iterm. 15 students. Apply before July 9 to Malcolm Norwood, chairman. 4/classes, 8 hrs.lclass, Fi",shing Materials-Wood, Montana-Western Montana College, Ind. Arts Dept.. Dillon, MT 59725. Workin8 with Wood, 20-22, 7 hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident $49, nonresident $79. College cr. Lodging, $5/wk. 8·15 students. Apply to Clayborn J. Anders. July 27·Aug. 4, July New Hampshire-University of New Hampshire, Continuing Education, 6 Garrison Ave .. Durham, H 03824. Stringed Instrumel7l Making, classes/wk., 4 hrs/class. Tuition: $75·$ 100. Woodworking helpful. 5 students. side Ave., W. June IS-Sept. 1, 2 Mass. 01742. New Jersey-American Carving School, Box 11 23, Wayne, NJ 07470. Basic Carving mer Aug. 20·30. Lodging. 7·10 students. Contact Sum· niture, Woodworking, Aug. 2-4; Basic Joinery, Workshops for details. Construction and Carvi'lg, continuous June-Sept. Tuition Studio, 39 W. $95. 10 students. Contact Ron Mineo before June 30. New York-John Harra hrs.lclass, 10 classes. Tuition: $190. College cr. can be ar· ranged. 7 students. 19th St., ew York, Y 10011. 12 wks., for 3 hrs. Tuition: $135. Contact Division of Continuing Education in April. offered in sculpture courses, 1 class/wk., New York-The Woodsmith's Studio, 142 E. 32nd St., New York, NY 10016. 2-wk. mini-courses in WoodlUrn($1 55), Pic"'re Frame Making 30·Aug. 10, Aug. 13·24. 5 classes/wk .. 60 hI'S. Tuition: �el;:r 2C�! �f� b�f�� to Jerry Gerber, president. June 25, I ($195). 5 classeS/wk., 2\1, hrs.lclass, except Cabinetmak· ing (4 Fumil1lre Finishing ($145), and Cabinetmaking 10-wk. courses in same areas begin :�����2 Apply to Keith Walker at ($1 55), Woodcarving 2\1, hrs.lclass. 3·10 students. Apply North Carolina-Appalachian State University, Industrial Arts Dept., Boone, N.C. 28608. Wood Tech., Adv. Wood Tech, Indus. Finishing, Conslructio,-" June 4-Aug. 10. Contact B. Hanner. and Furniture Design North Carolina-Central Piedmont Community College, Art Dept., Box 4009, Charlotte, NC 28204. Basic Wood· Furniture Restoration, dent $39.50. College cr. IS students. Apply before June II to Don Chapman. 2· 3 hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident $9.25, nonresi· both July 12-Sept. 13, 2 6; & North Carolina-Country Workshops, Inc., Route 3, Box 22 1, Marshall, NC 28753. Country Woodcraft, Make a Chair From a Tree, Aug. 14-18; Log dates not set. Ail S classes/wk. Tuition: $165, includes materials, campsite and meals. Send self·addressed, stamped envelope for info. Apply to Drew Langsner. North Carolina-Guilford Technical Institute, Adult Ed. Dept., Box 309, Jamestown, NC 27282. Furniture COI1struction, 20·25 students. Apply before June to W.C. ture, 1 class/wk., 3 hrs.lclass, both 2 classeS/wk., 3 h rs.lcl ass. and Wood SculpFee: $5. July New York-Thousand Islands Museum Craft School, 314 John St., Clayton, NY 13624. Bird Carving, ing ($250), I·wk. sessions (40 hrs.), materials included. 8 students. Apply before June IS to M. DeNike. New Jersey-Peters Valley Craftsmen, Star Route, NJ 07851. Basic Furniture, 9-13; Musical Instrumel7lS, to Thomas E. Knatt, 83 River· ($200), Advanced Carv· July 5-7; Lumbering, July 16-27; Sculptural Aug. 6-17; Fur- New York-Art Life Craft Studios, 1384 3rd Ave., New York, NY 10021. Sculptural Wood Carving 4 New York-School of Visual Arts, Fine Arts Dept., 209 E. 23 St., New York, NY 10010. Beginning to intermediate woodworking and Wood July 9·27, 5 cr. Lodg· and ass. king Courses The schools are listed alphabetically by state. Tuition does not in- clude materials, and it sometimes depends on whether college credit is sought. Courses offered by schools with dorms sometimes can accommodate the vacationing families of students; this is indicated by the for families. " Otherwise, "lodging, " where only. Woodworkers should check with the schools for full details, and it's best to apply early. Woodworking courses are in great demand and enrollment is often limited. June 4, 18, July 2, 23, Aug. 13, Sept. 3. Tuition: $75. Col· lege cr. North Carolina-Penland School of Crafts, Penland, NC 28765. Courses in furniture design and construction, students. East Tenn. State University. Lo-dging. 10 to registrar. Ohio-Agricultural Technical Institute, Wood Science Wooster, OH 44691. Internship ill Forest Products June IS-Aug. 24. Tuition, $310. College cr. Ap- ply before June I to Dr. Peter R. Mount. hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident. $65, nonresident, $1 33. College cr. Lodging for families, $9 wk.l adult, children half price. 24 students. Apply to W. Heasley. Ohio-Kent State University, School of Tech., Kent, OH 44242. Woods I, June 18·July 20, 5 classes/wk., 2 Oklahoma-East Central State College, Woodworking Dept., Ada, OK 74820. FUl1damentals of Woodworkil1g, June 2-July 29, 4 classes/wk., dent $1 l.95/semester hr., nonresident $18.7S/semester g�fo��I�eJ�eC5 t;CI���fe[oi fB classes/wk. Tuition: resident $3S.85, nonresident $101. 10, except Finishing (resident $41.85, nonresident $110.10). Col. cr. Lodging for families, 15·20 students. Apply before June 6 to V. Isom. Oklahoma-Northeastern Oklahoma State University. Ind. Ed. chil1e :::'�i��. Tahlequah, OK 74464. General Wood, Ma· Finishil1g of Materials, all June 4-July 31, 5 2 Oklahoma- orthwestern Oklahoma State University, Ind, Ed. Dept., Alva, OK 73717. Bel1ch Woodworkil1g, Furniture and Cabinetmaking, classes/wk., I resident $1 2.45, nonresident, $32.45. For Cabinetmaking, resident $1 3.45, nonresident, $34.45. College cr. for families, $20 wk.ladult. 10 students. Apply July 2 to Jerry Brownrigg. chairman. Y2 hrs.lclass. Tuition: Bench Woodworking, May 31·July 27. Tuition: $15.50/cr. hr. Lodging for fam· ilies. 20 students. Apply before June 4 to Dr. J.B. Tate. 4 classes/wk. Industrial Crafts, Pennsylvania-Edinboro State cette Hall, Edinboro, PA 16444. ;'1g, Basic Furniture, June 4-22, 5 classes/wk., 6 hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident, $1 17, nonresident, $213. for families, $27 wk.ladult, $54 wk.l2 classes/wk., 3 hrs.lclass. Tuition: resident $1 20. College cr. 12 students. Apply to Christopher Weiland. 15701 . Adval1ced Woodworking, Pennsylvania-Kutztown State College, School of Art, Kutztown, PA 19530. Wood Design I, Wood Design II, Wood Design Studio, 6·24. 5 classes/wk., 3 hrs.lclass. Tuition: $1 53/cr. Some prerequisites. Room and board $33/wk. adult. 25 stu· dents. Apply before Aug. 24 to John E. Stolz. hrs.lclass. Grad. or undergrad. cr. Tuition: resident $39/cr., nonresident $7 1/cr. Grad. Wood Design, hrs.lclass. Tuit ion: $260. June all Aug. 6·24, 5 classes/wk., 3 Aug. Rhode Island-Rhode Island School of Design, Box E·16, 2 College St., Providence, RI 02903. Woodworking/Fumi· ture COllstruction, Tuition: $2400 for IS crs., room, board. 8 students. Apply berore May 15 to Summer Arts Community. Vermont-Goddard College, Plainfield, VT 05669. Hand Woodworking, students. Apply before June 25 to John Dunnigan. June 2·Aug. 22, 2 classeS/wk., 3 hrs.lclass. Vermont-Russ Zimmerman, RFD 3, Box 57 A, Putney. VT 05346. terials, tools, lodging. 8 students. Apply to C. Fox. hrs. Tuition: $150. Virginia-Woodshed Studio, 5003 W. Leigh St., Rich· mond, VA 23230. Woodworking, Cabinet MakiHg, Fur,.,ilure Making. Washington-Northwest School of Instrument Design, P.O. Box 30698, Seattle, WA 98103. Intro. to Hand Tool Woodworking, hrs.lclass. Tuition: $150. Dulcimer Makers' Workshop, June 25·July 6, Aug. 6·17, 5 classes/wk., 5 hrs.lclass. Tui· tion: $250, incl. materials. tools. 10 students. lecture hrs.lclass. Tuition: $250. 20 students. Contact registrar. 011 for 10 classes, I 3·hr. class weekly. Apply to R.W. Haine. June 4·15, July 16·27, 5 classes/wk., 5 instrument making, 10 weeks, 3 classes/wk., students. Apply to Russ Zimmerman, $.25 for brochure. Classes offered continuously. Tuition: $100 Workshop, continuous, 16-17 meals, lodging, tools. 2 Vermont-Guitar Research and Design Center, South Strafford, VT 05070. Guitar Construction and Design, 3()'June 8, June 18·July 27, Aug. 6-Sept. 14, 6 S· 12 hrs.lclass. Tuition: $1000, incl. rna· 3, 3 classes/wk., 7 cr. Lodging. IS of Fine Arts, Woodworking Dept., Indiana, PA June 25·Aug. 2, 2 total. Apply before June 4 to R. Laing. University of Pennsylvania, cr. IS Oklahoma-Oklahoma State Univ., Ind. Arts Ed., 104 In· dust rial Bldg., Stillwater, OK 74074. Production Shop· work, 2 classes/wk. Both Art Dept., Dou· Furniture I, Tum· hrs.lclass. Tuition: resi· IS students. Apply both July 2-Aug. 3. 5 83
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