Spoon Carving

Explore spoon carving, a great introduction to woodworking that combines both hand and machine work. You’ll learn to use hand tools such as chisels, gouges, rasps and files to hollow and shape. You’ll also use the bandsaw, drill press and sanders. Plan to enjoy your next meal with one of the hand-carved spoons, bowls, cheese boards or other kitchenwares we will explore.

Special Notes

  • No previous woodworking experience required. All materials provided.
About the Instructor

Alicia Dietz

Alicia Dietz served in the U.S Army for ten years as an officer, Blackhawk maintenance test pilot, and Company Commander. She flew combat and peacekeeping missions in Iraq, Egypt, Israel, and in Europe. After the military, Alicia studied traditional woodworking at Vermont Woodworking School and is currently earning her MFA at VCU. Alicia has received numerous awards including the VMFA Visual Arts Fellowship. Her current work is the beginning of a journey to expose the visible and invisible wounds of veterans, and to explore her thoughts about what war does to soldier's bodies, minds, and to their humanity.

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Spoon Carving

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Class Details
March 26 - April 166:30 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Day: Mon
Tuition: $105.00
Member Tuition: $94.50
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Instructor: Alicia Dietz
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Level: All Levels