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Workshop: WOODSHOP FUNDAMENTALS - Intermediate

  • Pratt Fine Arts Center 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98144 (map)

Level It presents an intermediate woodshop class geared towards art handlers, preparators, and specialty fabricators. In this intermediate class you’ll expand your knowledge of common woodworking equipment, diving deeper into alternative uses, tips, and tricks. There will be hands-on demos on the table saw, tips on how and when to use dado blades and feather boards, demos cutting compound miters on the chop saw, router basics and finally a section on various types of joinery.

This is an intermediate class so participants are expected to have some shop experience and a basic level of comfort around woodworking equipment. If you are not confident you fit this description - please sign up for our Woodshop Basics Intro class on May 11th. The intro class will provide you will a solid foundation of equipment operation and shop safety.  Enrollment for this workshop is open to our women-identified community, 18 and older. 

Date:

Saturday, June 15th

10am-2pm

 

Cost:

$65. Materials and use of safety equipment included.

 

Location:

Pratt Fine Arts Center

1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA 98144

REGISTER HERE

NEW SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY


Level It is proud to announce the launch of its new scholarship program: In every workshop we offer, we will now sponsor the cost for two attendees in an effort to make classes more accessible to all.
Sponsored slots are open to all women-identified individuals.

To apply, email:  Levelit.wahn@gmail and include the workshop you are interested in attending, a little about yourself, and why you would like the scholarship. 

Announcements will be made 2 weeks in advance of workshops  


About the Instructor:

Andrea Ramsay studied at the Port Townsend School of Woodworking. She spends her days as shop manager for the John Grade Sculpture Studio and teaching at Pratt Fine Arts Center. Her commissioned work ranges from custom designed built-ins for unique spaces to midcentury-styled record cabinets.