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Running Errands with Erlend Part II: Trondheim to Askvoll

Posted August 31, 2018
by Angela Robins
Resident Artisan, Angela Robins, recently returned from a research trip to Sweden and Norway. The…
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Have a Seat - Part 1

Posted August 2, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
I’ve always loved sitting at a shaving horse with a drawknife making shavings. I’m not…
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Jane Mickelborough and Breton Spoons

Posted July 6, 2018
by Marybeth Garmoe
There are a lot of fun elements of the Artisan Development Program, but one of the elements I most…
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Log to Timber

Posted June 21, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
In May I had the opportunity to assist with a course titled Log to Timber taught by Gerald David and…
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Bird Bowl Bonanza

Posted May 10, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
I want to take this opportunity to tell you all about a project I've been working on.  I…
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Water, Woods, and Mountains

Posted April 26, 2018
by Angela Robins
This past week I traveled to the Pacific Northwest to visit my partner and to study with the artist…
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A Folk-Art Retreat

Posted April 4, 2018
by Marybeth Garmoe
This past weekend a group of folk artisans working in varied media (mainly wood, clay and metal)…
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Wood Week

Posted March 30, 2018
by Mike Loeffler
A few weeks ago a horde of wood workers descended on campus to participate in wood week. The event…
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Pop and Lock it: Lidded Boxes on the Lathe

Posted March 15, 2018
by Angela Robins
Snap, pop, squeak. These are a few of my (new) favorite things: the sounds of a well-fitted wooden…
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Revisiting the Past

Posted February 15, 2018
by Marybeth Garmoe
Marybeth is one of the newest Resident Artisans in our Artisan Development Program. To learn more…
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