Directory of Hands-On Learning
Collection of local and small-town workshops
Location: Gravette, Arkansas
Description: Sigma 3 Survival is an extremely unique entity in the survival community. We are setup to offer a broader array of training than any other survival school in the country. Sigma does not differentiate between the different skills sets involved in the survival philosophy. Because just as bushcraft is pivotal for your survival in the wilderness, tactical and defense related skills are important for your urban and combat related survival. All in all, survival is the study and practice of keeping your ASS alive no matter what is happening around you!
Contact: https://www.survivalschool.us/, 314-308-6955
Category: survival, trapping, first aid, plant ID, backpacking, foraging,
Search Results for: metal work
Location: 7865 Main Street, Waitsfield, VT 05673
Description: In hands-on classes that explore and engage, we teach the arts of design and building as an integrated process, and provide instruction in fundamental skills. We offer nearly 100 classes in sustainable building and design, construction, natural building, architectural craft, woodworking, working landscapes and ecosystems, energy efficiency, and building science.
Category: homebuilding, carpentry, timber framing, permaculture, off the grid, leather, cabinetry, electric, plumbing, basket making,forestry, milling, sustainable agriculture, metal work,composting,
Location: 10 Tyler Street, Somerville, MA, 02143
Description: Artisan’s Asylum is a non-profit community workshop in Somerville, Massachusetts. Our mission is to support and promote the teaching, learning and practice of fabrication.
Category: carpentry, fiber arts, crochet, jewelry,metal work, welding,
Location: 70 Linden Street, Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464
Description: A school with the hopes of providing people that are interested in the art of blacksmithing a venue to go to and learn the basic skills needed to create hand forged objects and art
Category: blacksmithing, metal work
Location: 50 Guinan Street Waltham, MA 02451
Description: Metalwerx is an innovative school and community studio for jewelry making and metal arts, located in Waltham, Massachusetts. We are dedicated to providing a welcoming, creative, and well equipped environment where outstanding instructors, inquisitive students, and dedicated practitioners can inspire each other in the pursuit of jewelry and metalworking skills.
Category: jewelry, metal working
Location: 24 Porter Street Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Description: Stonybrook Fine Arts is a small school of qualified and dedicated artisans who provide education in a variety of sculptural media with a focus on jewelry, welding, metal casting, stone carving, mold making and live figure modeling.
Category: jewelry, welding, metal 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: 4472 Basin Harbor Rd. Vergennes, VT 05491
Description: The 1,800-square-foot Rinehart Blacksmith Arts Center is a state-of-the-art facility for blacksmith instruction. Four fully equipped work stations are available for student use, and LCMM offers courses & workshops for nearly every level of blacksmith instruction, from teens to expert. This facility was made possible in large part by Warren Rinehart, whose inspiration and generosity founded this center. He continues to inspire us with his work - stop by and see what he's working on now!
Category: blacksmithing,metal work
Location: 7 Albiston Way Auburn, ME 04210
Description: The New England School of Metalwork is a full 501 C3 non-profit educational facility devoted to the promotion and strengthening of metalworking skills. Started in 2000 and located in Auburn, Maine, the concept of the school was developed by Maine Oxy, a local welding distributor and Dereck Glaser, a local artisan metalsmith. After several years of individuals inquiring about welding skills and ornamental metalwork instruction the decision was made to build the school. We set to the task of designing and planning a dual purpose facility for metalsmithing and welding.
Category: blacksmithing, metal work, welding,
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