- Windward Community College, Iolani 117, The Carving Studio
- Instructor: Eddie Fuentes
Tuesdays, Oct 8 – Nov. 26
Iolani 117, The Carving Studio
COST: $60 Instruction, and access to tools, equipment, and first piece of wood
**Class limited to first 15 students who pay the fee. You can either hook up with me, Kalawaia at the college, or paypal the fee at firstname.lastname@example.org
Students are encouraged to bring their own tools if they have them, some tools will be made available
Students will learn to carve wood starting with a basic projects using chip cutting, whittling, and/or progressing to relief, figure, and other projects of student interest. Students will learn to safely use both hand and mechanical tools in their woodcarving. More advanced students can use this class for individual studio use and access to tools for wood carving.
Kalai La'au, Hawaiian Wood Carving
Steven D. Hobbs
9/24/2015 08:24:39 pm
Would you accept a 10 grade student in your class from Le Jardin Academy? He has minimal wood carving experience (scout carving merit badge) but is eager to learn. As he is hapa-Hawaiian he chose this as his 10th grade school product.
Jenny - AVAKONOHIKI Webmaster
9/25/2015 01:03:29 pm
@Steven D. Hobbs,
Eddie Fuentes Jr
10/8/2016 03:00:09 am
Aloha e Steven. I will be offering more non-credit woodcarving classes this month and 11th grade students with minimal woodcarving experience are welcome to enroll. Feel free to contact kumu Kalawaiʻa by email if you have further questions : email@example.com
9/17/2017 12:28:59 am
Aloha e Steven,
8/9/2017 09:25:18 pm
9/17/2017 12:16:15 am
Aloha mai kākaou e nā hoa kālai,
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12/18/2019 06:00:42 pm
I would like a basic introduction course to wood working. The use of basic tools and dremel and others. Every web site I visit is very dated.
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