June Guild meeting coming up! Details.
ROAD TRIP ...
Enjoy a great day trip this summer to see The Art of Fine Furniture Exhibit.
Come on down to Winona between June 22 and August 11, 2013 to see works by Craig Johnson, Ethan Hagenbuch, Greg Wood, Jamie Schell, Jason Wismar, John Nessett, Linda Sue Eastman, Mark Laub, Richard Helgeson, Peter Wright,and Richard Judd. Fine work in a beautiful setting. Join us!
A message from Robert Van Norman of the Inside Passage School...
- Inside Passage School of Fine Cabinetmaking is pleased to offer active members of the Minnesota Woodworkers Guild 10% off any of our Impractical Studies programs including our ten week program.
- The Impractical Studies focuses on the wood, tools and details of fine cabinetmaking as presented by James Krenov in The Fine Art of Cabinetmaking and The Impractical Cabinetmaker.
- Students have the flexibility of taking the program a week at a time or as a complete ten week program. This program, is available to all and is registered with PCTIA. This program serves as an inspiring introduction to the teachings of James Krenov and is a great place to begin your journey.
- Tuition is $6750 or $790 per week All prices are in Canadian dollars. All programs run from 9am - 4pm Monday - Friday. School is available to students from 7am-11pm Monday - Saturday.
- 2013 Intake Dates: May 27; August 26; November 25; February 24, 2014
The Minnesota Woodworkers Guild is a group of professional and amateur woodworkers bound together by three goals:
- to advocate high standards in our craft
- to meet new friends and discuss woodworking
- to educate ourselves and the public about woodworking
The Guild hosts monthly educational meetings, produces a bi-monthly newsletter, and sponsors the annual “Northern Woods” show, an exhibition of fine woodworking. We welcome membership by all woodworkers, regardless of what they build, their level of skill, style of work, or their profession.
Our goal is to encourage the highest standards in woodworking, while allowing each of our members to grow at their own pace, from whatever level of skill and accomplishment they begin with.
Simply put, we want each of our members to become the best woodworker they are capable of, and to enjoy telling their Guild friends about it along the way.