Wood is one of the most common building materials. From timber frames in construction to small parts and accessories, the range of its uses is impressive.
The woodworking course is a course where you will learn the basics of woodworking, how to handle basic woodworking machines correctly and safely. And most importantly, you will make several wooden objects of your choice.
At the Woodworking Course, participants will cut, mill, turn, and grind parts, and assemble finished products. In addition, they will get acquainted with the techniques and possibilities that are the basis for the quick and safe realization of ideas in woodworking. Everyone will also learn how to process wood using a computer-controlled milling machine.
The residents of the woodworking workshop of the Parasolka Open Workshop, Borys Yaskevych and Ilya Boychuk, will share their experience of working with wood.
And no, the Woodworking Course is not about theory or visualization of processes. All participants will practically apply the learned woodworking techniques. And as a result, you will take home an object made by yourself during the course.
What can you make?
A coffee table, a tray for a dining table, or a candlestick.
The woodworking course will last for 3 days at the Parasolka Open Workshop, 23 Akademika Sakharova St:
- July 28 (Wednesday) - from 18:00 to 21:00;
- July 29 (Thursday) - from 18:00 to 21:00;
- July 30 (Friday) - from 18:00 to 21:00.
Hurry up, because the number of places is limited.
Participation in the Woodworking Course is free of charge.
We provide each participant with all the necessary tools, materials and supplies.
If you have any questions or need any clarifications, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0685965976.
The woodworking course is a part of the Urban Scanning Session 2021 festival and is held in partnership with the Teple Misto platform with the support of the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation.