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Woodworking - Intermediate

Haliburton School of Art + Design
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Enrol in Woodworking - Intermediate

Course Code: ARTS0271

Please note: This course is not suitable for beginners. The ability to perform a variety of core woodworking activities and comfortably use hand and power tools such as a table saw, jointer, and planer is required.
Instruction will cover a wealth of practical fine woodworking skills, with particular emphasis on joinery and construction techniques. Explore skills such as wood selection, how to measure, saw, sand and assemble wood into furniture, and construct dovetails as you increase your understanding of the sequence of construction. Learn about hard and soft woods, how to safely operate and maintain tools, and how to bring out the natural beauty of wood. Great woodworking isn't about not making mistakes. It's about learning how to avoid or fix unintended errors in the pursuit of ever-increasing skills and abilities. Techniques learned are easily transferable to a variety of furniture styles and projects.



Attend this course in person

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday (9:00am - 4:30pm)

Section: 41

Material List and Important Details:


Project: Three drawer Shaker side table. There will be a $275 material fee payable to the instructor.