Teen Woodworking II - Ages 14-17

Teen Woodworking II Eliot School

For students who have taken Teen Woodworking I for several semesters and are ready for the next level. Increase your skills and your comfort with tools and processes. Begin to design your own projects. As you continue to further semesters, increase your projects' elegance and complexity.

Students in this class have won Honorable Mention in the national Scholastic Art Awards, and have had their furniture exhibited with work by Eastern Massachusetts Guild of Woodworkers. They have worked as aides in our Summer Program for Children, and applied to college to study architecture and engineering.

By instructor's permission only.

The first session each term will be a field trip related to furniture construction and design.

Course Number

CC783

Class Size

8

Age Range

14-17

Skill Level

Intermediate

Prerequisite

Teen Woodworking I (several semesters) or equivalent, plus instructor’s permission

Before entering the wood shop, read about SAFETY.

Materials

Most materials will be supplied in class. For larger projects, students may be guided to bring their own materials.

Find out where to buy supplies.

Instructor, Schedule, and Cost


WINTER

Section 2W: 8 Sundays, 2-4 pm
Jan 18 - Mar 15, 2015 (no class Feb 15; snow day make-up Mar 22)
$220 – OPEN
Instructor: Dyllan Nguyen

Cost includes museum admission.