Directory of Hands-On Learning
Collection of local and small-town workshops
Location: 2047 Hall Rd. Nicholasville, KY 40356
Description: In 2002, Owner Tevis McCauley combined his love for the outdoors and Southern Hospitality to chase his childhood dream of creating one of the nations most recognized hunting destinations. Whitetail Heavens gross score for harvested bucks is right at 150 inches. We anticipate a rise in our average from year to year. All of our properties are cherry picked and are scattered across the trophy filled bluegrass region of Central Kentucky, Southern Ohio and Southern Indiana.
Category: hunting, firearms
Search Results for: glass work
Location: 25 Sagamore Road Worcester, MA 01605
Description: Become a creative maker through classes and workshops at the Worcester Center for Crafts. Our talented instructors are all professional artists with teaching experience who can guide and direct you in learning and exploring ceramics, glass, metals, and photography—among others.
Category: glass work, metal work, pottery, jewelry
Location: 1260 7th Street Oakland, CA 94607
Description: At The Crucible, classes are designed for beginners as well as experienced artists and tradespeople. The Crucible’s educational programs serve over 8,500 people each year in over 175 classes and workshops. Our hands-on classes average one instructor for every six students, guaranteeing that each student receives personal attention and learns technical methods in a format that allows them to gain practical, working knowledge of material processes.
Category: Welding, Glass work, Blacksmithing, Metalwork,
Location: 286 Whisconier Road (Route 25) Brookfield, CT 06804-0122
Description: Brookfield Craft Center is recognized as one of the finest professional schools for creative study in America, dedicated to teaching traditional and contemporary craft skills, and fostering the appreciation of fine craftsmanship. Students can explore blacksmithing, bladesmithing, ceramics, fused glass, flameworking, jewelrymaking, woodturning, weaving and fiber arts. Other areas of special interest include business, marketing and photography for artists; decorative arts; drawing and painting.
Category: pottery, fiber arts, glass work, jewelry, carpentry, blacksmithing,
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