Gene Sparling will guide you on an exploration of how to make various styles of “Natural Edge Bowls, and Vessels” – from regular natural edge open bowls to enclosed pot forms – from green logs, on the lathe. August 29-31.
Then look what’s coming in September…..
- September 6 & 7: Split and Suspended Vessels with Alan Carter
- September 10 – 14; or September 12 – 14: Dovetail Log Construction with Dave Smith
- September 13 & 14: Beginning Rug Hooking with Aileen Anderson
- September 19 – 21: Introduction to Knife Making with Jim Crowell
- September 19 – 21: Beginning Bobbin Lace with JoMichael Stoddard
- September 22 – 26: Mountain Dulcimer Construction with John Van Orman
- September 27 & 28: Eggstravagant Art – The Ukrainian Pysanky with Bob Byers
The Arkansas Craft School is a center for craft education, dedicated to helping aspiring and practicing craft artisans gain the skills they need for success in the creative economy. Located on Main Street in Mountain View, in the beautiful and serene Ozark Mountains of North Central Arkansas, the Arkansas Craft School offers weekend and week long workshops in clay, glass, metal, fiber, wood, and other craft related media. The School also offers workshops in marketing and management practices geared specifically for artisans, crafts for kids, and community craft programs