VISITING ARTISTS AND CRAFTSPEOPLE offer occasional workshops at The Makers Shed throughout the year. Learn new skills in a variety of art and craft techniques!
with Phillip Doye of Fig & Spoon
Join Inverell’s friendly spoon carver for a fun day learning the basics of how to create your own cooking spoon out of wood, using conventional hand tools. ‘Everyone will start with a similar blank, and we will all end up with something individual at the end,’ Phill says. ‘They will be guided through the wonderful world of green wood working.’ Participants should wear closed shoes, all other tools will be provided.
When: Saturday August 8, 2020, 10am-4pm
Cost: $125 (includes use of tools on the day)
Book: via the form below. Spaces strictly limited to 5 participants.
- TIME: Full-day workshops start at 10am SHARP and run until around 3-4pm. Half-day workshops run from 10am to 1pm or 1pm to 4pm.
- NUMBERS: Workshops run with a STRICT minimum of 3 people and a maximum of 6. Some workshops have a lower limit on numbers.
- LOCATION: Workshops take place at The Makers Shed, 123 Grey Street, Glen Innes, in the NSW New England region.
- BOOKING: Please fill out and submit the online booking form (below). We will send you an online payment request. Your booking will be confirmed by email when you’ve paid in full via online bank transfer. EFTPOS payments can also be made at the studio prior to your workshop.
- CANCELLATIONS: We understand that things sometimes need to change, but workshop cancellations are non-refundable. Instead, participants who have booked and paid may alter the date of their booking by mutual agreement (see our terms and conditions).
- LUNCH: For all-day workshops, a break will be scheduled at an appropriate time during the middle of the day. Glen Innes has plenty of great spots for you to grab your lunch, or bring your own and picnic in our sunny yard!
- WEAR: Closed shoes and bring an apron if you want to protect your clothing.
Before booking, please read our simple terms and conditions.
BOOK FOR AN UPCOMING WORKSHOP AT THE MAKERS SHED