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Winter 2013-2014

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Woodworking Schools (TX)

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The Center for Essential Education School of Woodworking

   608 Dry Creek Rd.

   Waco, TX 76705

   254-799-1480 Paul Sellers

 

Homestead Heritage School of Woodworking

   The Center for Essential Education,

   School of Woodworking

   P.O. Box 869

   Elm Mott, TX 76640

   (254) 799-1480

Offers short-term, one- to 12-day foundational workshops in traditional hand woodworking and fine furniture making.

 

Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation | Explore your creative nature at the Majestic Ranch Arts Foundation

   543 Hwy 46 West

   Boerne, TX 78006

   (830)537-4654

 

Renaissance Custom Furniture

   170 Yates St. 

   Hawkins, TX 75765

   (903) 769-1017

Apprenticeship program in custom furniture design, building, and finishing. Carving, turning, and veneer work included. One year, no tuition.

 

Spring Harvest School of Fine Woodworking

   1523 East Commerce St.

   San Antonio, TX 78205

   210-232-2899 George Huron

 

Wortheffort Woodworking - school & gallery

   122 S. Edward Gary St.

   STE B

   San Marcos, TX 78666

   (512) 396-2014

Wortheffort is a dedicated woodworking school positioned in the middle of an art gallery, also dedicated to woodworking. A place to inspire, educate and motivate new artisans in this craft. We have afterschool programs, evening classes and long weekend classes targeting all skill ranges. Starting out we'll specialize in hand tool and basic machinery education but hope to quickly expand into carving, turning, scrolling and sculpting. We also have a YouTube Channel and Facebook page.


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