Explore segmented turning on a lathe, a process of transforming small scraps of hardwood into stunning forms on a lathe. Design and create aesthetically pleasing bangle bracelets, napkin rings, or sculptural forms, while utilizing scraps leftover from old projects or scrap bins. All levels welcome.
Saturday. August 7, 2021 1-5 PM
Sunday, August 8, 2021 1-5 PM
$160 (materials included)
Financial aid available upon request. Contact email@example.com
Instructor: Dyllan Nguyen
Dyllan is a Boston based artist/designer/builder. When not working in his studio, he can be found teaching children and adults to make things, developing curriculum and programs for youth, and mentoring teens in design and fabrication at the Eliot School of Fine and Applied Arts, and Artists for Humanity.
With Brooke Scibelli, he founded Non Issue Studio in 2016, where they craft one-of-a-kind items in wood, felts and fibers: "Joining our interests in various media and processes, we make distinct handmade objects to solve everyday problems and add simple texture to life." Their work complements our mass-produced, technology-driven world.
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