This intensive class will guide you from basic hand and machine skills to advanced techniques in furniture making. Through a series of demonstrations and exercises, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to build most tables and case pieces. Complete a…
This intensive class will guide you from basic hand and machine skills to advanced techniques in furniture making. Through a series of demonstrations and exercises, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills to build most tables and case pieces. Complete a number of small projects before moving on to a building a shaker nightstand and a cabinet on stand.
These major topics are covered throughout the course:
Please contact us if you have questions about a particular topic. This class is suitable for beginners to lifelong enthusiastic hobbyists and everyone in-between. For those who wish to apply to one of our Full-Time programs and who don't have much prior woodworking experience, this course provides prerequisite skill-building.
Students are required to bring the items on this supply list to the first day of class. Many of the tools and supplies for Continuing Education classes are available in our Gallery/Store. Please call our Store Manager in advance to place an order at 617-227-0155 x140, or stop by during open hours to browse. Click here for Gallery/Store hours and other information.
$6,000 is the full cost of the class.
$1,000 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit is due at the time of registration. $5,000 is due one month before start of class. A reminder email will be sent and you can complete payment anytime here.
Note: General Registration and Cancellation Policies do not apply to this class. Deposit is non-refundable and non-transferable. NBSS reserves the right to to withdraw a student from the class due to attendance or interpersonal issues. Students with 5 unexcused absences may be withdrawn from the course and refunds will not be issued.
Qualifying Veterans may use their post-911 GI Bill to cover the tuition for this course. Download a PDF here for more information on the steps needed to do so. Withdrawal from the course may impact VA housing benefits for those receiving them.
Monday, February 25 to Friday, May 24, 8:30am-4:30pm (no class March 18, April 15). Class does not meet on weekends. Instructor: Jamey Pope CF '06.
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