Advanced Bowl Turning -- Not Offered Summer, 2017
This course will continue the art, science, and techniques needed to turn a block of wood into functional sculpture. We will explore some rough-edge and green-wood spindle turning, wood curing, selection, and tool sharpening. You may never look at a pile of firewood the same again! It is recommended for each student to provide their own safety glasses or shield and earplugs.
Instructor: Phil Armstrong
Dates: TBD Fall 2017 (8 weeks)
Location: Katherine Harper Hall Room 146
Registration will begin on the following dates and will remain open until three days before the class starts:
- FALL SESSION: August 10 at noon
- SPRING SESSION: December 1 at noon
- SUMMER SESSION: May 1 at noon
PLEASE NOTE: You may cancel a craft class up to two weeks before the class begins, with a $30 cancellation fee assessed. No refunds are allowed within two weeks of the start date, nor after the class begins.
Phil Armstrong is a furniture builder and has been a faculty member in the Technology Department at ASU for 27 years. He turned his first bowl more than 30 years ago and hasn't stopped. He works primarily with locally harvested hardwoods, normally destined for the fireplace, and he creates functional works of art. His latest obsessions are spalted maple and natural-edge bowls.
PLEASE NOTE: Most classes meet over multiple weeks. Registration for each class is open until the class fills or until three working days before the class begins, whichever comes first. If you miss the registration for this semester we hope you will consider taking this class the next time it is offered. Please contact Teri Reddick at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list if you would like to be notified when new classes are offered.
Director: Dacia Trethewey, email@example.com
Director Emeritus: Eric Reichard, firstname.lastname@example.org
If you experience problems completing the registration, contact Teri Reddick at 828-262-2530 or email Teri Reddick at email@example.com.
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