What's the difference between materials and supplies?
Materials are items used in class that you may not have ready access to and don't have to bring with you to the Folk School. Examples include: copper for enameling classes, iron for blacksmithing classes, clay for pottery classes, silver for jewelry classes, wood blanks for woodcarving and woodturning classes, etc. There is usually a charge for these items payable on the last day of class. The costs will be estimated on the statement you receive from the Folk School when you register.
Supplies are items your instructor requests that you bring with you from home. Examples include: aprons, paint brushes, paper, rulers, fabric, certain readily-available tools, etc. A supplies list will be included on the statement you receive from the Folk School when you register.