The Silva Bay Shipyard School invites women to join us for the Women in Woodworking weekend course taught by local woodworker Jan Sabine. This two-day introductory course will teach participants shop safety, use of basic woodworking tools and an introduction to power tools while working on a small project that will be taken home at the end of the weekend. Through our short courses we hope to foster involvement in the Silva Bay Shipyard School by encouraging members of our community to get involved in woodworking and the shipyard school. Participants from Nanaimo and surrounding areas are encouraged to join us, please inquire about shuttle service to Silva Bay from the ferry terminal on Gabriola.
Now Scheduled for TBA
Price: $100, all materials and tools provided
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or the Silva Bay Shipyard School at 250.247.8809
The casting demo was a great success with about 45 people in attendance. The school will definitely be running at least one bronze casting short course and will add a casting furnace and setup to the tools available to students at the school. Details of course dates and outlines forthcoming.
A huge thanks to both Quill and Peter for doing a fantastic job showing off their skills.
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The Silva Bay Shipyard School is hosting a bronze casting demonstration on the weekend of January 23-24th 2010. The demonstration is going to focus on both marine and artistic castings with boat builders Peter Gron and Quill Goldman.
The event is being held ahead of the SBSS’s upcoming bronze casting short course where students will learn how to cast their own patterns.
Peter and Quill will be preparing and casting from 1-3pm on both Saturday and Sunday at the school.
The demo is free and all are welcome. Please stop by and see how casting is done!