WOODWORKING CLASSES IN MAINE
Our woodworking school offers courses in furniture making
and related skills such as carving, turning, marquetry and finishing.
In 2019, approximately 70 individuals contributed their time and expertise to governance, fundraising, marketing, jurying exhibitions, gallery staffing, and facilities maintenance, as well as to preparing delicious food and hors d’oeuvres for our many events.
If you are interested in helping to continue this tradition of excellence, we welcome your participation! For current or future opportunities please contact Victoria Allport, Volunteer Coordinator, at 207-594-5611 or Victoria@woodschool.org.
A heartfelt thanks to the following individuals who generously volunteered in 2019:
Anita Brosius-Scott and Geoff Scott
William G. Butman
Robert J. Campbell
Ed Freitag and Molly Haley
Ariel Hall and Jan Leth
Ernest and Veronica Harrington
Joe and Donna Holub
Richard C. Kellogg
Thomas C. Maginnis
Robert M. Milardo
Aaron and Lisa Moser
Roger Rittmaster and Jeannie Hutchins
Dick and Abby Whittington
Immerse yourself in woodworking for one or two weeks with the guidance of outstanding, professional craftsmen dedicated to sharing their skills, and the companionship of other enthusiastic participants.
If you are considering woodworking as a profession or serious avocation, these courses are for you - twelve weeks of furniture making or eight weeks of turning in fully equipped shops with daily personal instruction.
Designed for the aspiring professional furniture makers and dedicated amateurs who seek in-depth training at the highest standard of excellence.
Outstanding instruction and facilities in a convenient weekend format.