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Classes: March 17-23, 2012
Scandinavian Heritage Week
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Basketry
Birch Bark Weaving
Instructor: John Zasada
Explore the traditional Scandinavian/Russian style of plaited basketry using the outer bark of Paper Birch. We will first...
Basketry
 
Blacksmithing
Viking-style Iron Work
Instructor: Elmer Roush
Enjoy blacksmithing with an historical perspective? This class will focus on reproducing 10th-century Viking relics,...
Blacksmithing
 
Clay
Lamps, Lamps, Lamps
Instructor: David Voorhees
For the intermediate to advanced potter or clay sculptor, the lamp form offers many options for creativity. We will make a...
Clay
 
Cooking
Scandinavian Desserts Made Simple
Instructor: Kim Hendrickson
Food is the heart of the Scandinavian home, scrumptious pies, delicate pastries, cakes and tortes, cookies and little cakes,...
Cooking
 
Dolls, Bears, & Figurative Sculpture
Wild & Whimsical Wool Figures: Needle Felting
Instructor: Sharon Costello
Create fanciful, soft-sculpted figures out of carded wool fiber using a special barbed "felting" needle. For Scandinavian...
Dolls, Bears, & Figurative Sculpture, Felt Making
 
Enameling
The Essence of Enamel
Instructor: Christie Schuster
This class usually concentrates on four S's in enameling- color Selection, Sgraffito (line drawing), Stamping, and...
Enameling
 
Felt Making
Wild & Whimsical Wool Figures: Needle Felting
Instructor: Sharon Costello
Create fanciful, soft-sculpted figures out of carded wool fiber using a special barbed "felting" needle. For Scandinavian...
Dolls, Bears, & Figurative Sculpture, Felt Making
 
Genealogy
Starting Out in Genealogy
Instructor: Marie Roth
Explore basic genealogical research techniques: recording methods, software, internet resources, heirloom and old photo care...
Genealogy
 
Jewelry
Unfinished Business
Instructor: Barbara Joiner
Do you have a drawer full of unfinished pieces- ones you started and never completed? Perhaps you want new to try something...
Jewelry
 
Knitting
Estonian Knitting
Instructor: Nancy Bush
Come on a knitting journey to Estonia and learn about this Nordic land through its knitting customs and traditions. The...
Knitting
 
Music
Intermediate Fiddle
Instructor: David Kaynor
Expand your repertoire, technique, and musical horizons by learning airs and dance tunes from the traditions of North...
Music
 
Painting
Beginning to Intermediate Rosemaling
Instructor: Peg Piltingsrud
Norwegian rosemaling is a traditional art form based on the acanthus vine. We will concentrate on the graceful, yet...
Painting
 
Weaving
Towels and Other Kitchen Textiles
Instructor: Susan Leveille
The colors and patterns typical of Scandinavian towels and other kitchen textiles can brighten any food preparation area....
Weaving
 
Woodcarving
Scandinavian Flat-plane Figure Carving
Instructor: Tom Zarle
Complete one or more woodcarvings based on traditional carvings from Scandinavia. The initial piece will be an authentic...
Woodcarving
 
Woodturning
The Joy of Woodturning
Instructor: Phil Colson
Starting with a basic vessel or bowl, help it evolve into a unique form through textures, color, and even a little fire....
Woodturning
 
Woodworking
Norwegian Bentwood Boxes
Instructor: Chris Schleier
Learn to construct Norwegian-style bentwood boxes. These are fine oval boxes similar to Shaker boxes, but much more open to...
Woodworking
 
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