It's nice to see that the trades are making a comeback to schools in the bay area even in the heart of Silicon Valley tech. Here is a good read from http://www.7×7.com
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Woodworking—that most fundamental of age-old trades—would seem to be having a renaissance. After all, it's a slow craft whose sometimes rough-hewn results can't help but appeal to modern hipsters with a taste for authentic, handmade goods.
Unsurprisingly, the Bay Area maker community supports a number of contemporary woodworkers, each of them with a unique approach ranging from classic carpentry to more glamorous, Instagrammable spins. Also not surprising is the concentration of these urban carpenters and artists across the bridge in Oakland, where cheaper rents, a slower pace, and a strong sense of solidarity among creative folks is luring fabricators of all stripes away from the city.
But wherever they live and work, these craftspeople share in common a hardy devotion to their trade, often working 12 hours each day in their studios, many of them housed in warehouses, drilling, carving, and shaping humble wood into beautiful, masterful designs.
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