Larry Spitz showed us a fine tapestry/quilt rack over in apbw. What I was
blown away by was the exhibition of the fine work done at this Centre for
Fine Woodworking. Here are the links.
Larry, if you are reading, can you tell us a little about this school? Most
of this stuff is way out of my league.
What would you like to know? I could go on a long time and bore everyone.
A lot of information is available on the web site
http://www.centre-for-fine-woodworking.co.nz or if you prefer to type less
If you look at the calendar page you will see how the individual courses are
laid out and how they are aggregated into Modules and how Modules
comprise "full-time" study.
I am a retired computer scientist who practiced casual wood butchery for a
few years. When I met up with John Shaw I started learning real woodworking
from him. Now I am the chair of the board of the charitable trust that runs
the school and in return I get to hang around and do my woodworking in the
school environment. I don't follow the curriculum and the students, even
those who arrive with no experience, quickly surpass my level of skill.
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