About this Event
Get back to basics and learn the centuries old, meditative art of spoon carving. In one class you’ll take a chunk of wood and get well on your way to creating a usable kitchen utensil and piece of functional art.
We’ll start with drawing the shape you want on a piece of wood then cutting the rough shape with a band saw and coping saw. You’ll refine your piece and carve out the middle with hand carving tools like hook knives, sloyd knives and gouges. We’ll cover carving safety and how to make final refinements to your piece at home.
REFUNDS AND EXCHANGES
If you can’t make it to a class, you can transfer your ticket to someone else. Please email i[email protected] with their name and email address.
If Rebuilding Exchange needs to cancel a workshop, we will notify you 24 hours before the class and give you the option of refund or reschedule.
We do not currently offer other refunds or transfers between classes.
Workshop Policies: Please review policies below before committing to a workshop.
- All workshops are 18+ unless otherwise specified
- If you are unable to attend your one-time workshop, email us 48-hours before the class starts. If you are unable to make your series class, email us one week before the class starts;
- Materials are included in the fee for the workshop
- We are not able to accommodate last minute attendees. If a workshop is sold out, there are no open spots.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
ReBuilding Exchange, 1740 W Webster Ave, Chicago, United States