UPDATE SEPTEMBER 1, 2020: Due to the pandemic, I had to cancel plans to teach this class. It was nevertheless a great honor to be asked, and the school is certainly an impressive operation which I heartily endorse! After the school delayed the start of this year’s program, their classes are now underway with strict protocols in place.
I’m honored to have been invited by Marc Adams to teach a course next Fall at his renowned school just outside Indianapolis, The Marc Adams School of Woodworking—the largest school of its kind in North America. The week long course, “Picture Frame Making for Woodworkers”, will take place October 26-30, 2020.
Follow the links to read the course description—and maybe sign up!
Marc Adams is a master woodworker who founded the Franklin, Indiana school in the early 1990’s. In the last few years MASW has branched out to include a great range of crafts, including glass blowing, copper, calligraphy, bookbinding, basket weaving, and even paper sculpture and neon. Our good friend Ted Ellison taught stained glass & mosaic there this year and will return in 2020 to teach the same week as me.
Ted reports that the facility is truly amazing—as appears evident in this video tour of the school. Below is a photo of a classroom.
Looking forward to this opportunity!« Back to Blog