If you’re passionate about woodworking but you’ve been doing it as a hobby you have to read this…
“For nearly 30 years Selkirk College woodworking program has been educating exceptional furniture makers and gaining an international reputation for dovetailing human imagination with the flexibility and temperament of wood. “Custom-built will never be budget furniture,” says Ringheim, a former graduate of the program who returned as an instructor three years ago. “But more and more people are valuing something that is hand-crafted. . . where did it come from and what is the story behind it?”
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I remember woodshop in high school, but who would have thought a college would teach this. I found this article at http://www.macleans.ca/education/woodworking-program-selkirk/
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