Using traditional woodworking techniques you will carve a functional cooking spoon and will learn about designing, sourcing wood and be shown how to safely use carving hand tools
Each participant will leave with a functional cooking spoon and the knowledge to start their own carving projects.
This session has been partially subsidised with the support of our funders to provide this opportunity.
Photographs will be taken during the course of the workshop and may be shared online, in print material and to promote the National Festival of Making and/or Studio Critical’s work in the future. Please let us know before the session if you would not like to be included in any photography.
Thursday 16th March
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery.
If you have purchased a ticket and are no longer able to attend the workshops, please request a refund so that the ticket may be available for someone else.
Studio Critical: is a Manchester / Salford-based studio creating tactile wooden objects. Designer/Maker Nick Vorstermans focuses his practice on using locally and sustainably sourced materials. His wooden spoons, bowls, furniture & other objects are handmade – many of them from green wood salvaged from urban trees that fell naturally or were trimmed.
Photography Credit: Alex Macdougall