Kids Age 14–18, Adults ∙ December 11, 2021 ∙ 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
$60 ∙ Call 865-436-5860 To Register
Learn how to spindle sand a square piece of wood into a functional rolling pin! Students learn how to safely use the lathe and woodturning tools, such as the roughing gouge and bowl nose gouge. After completing the rolling pin shape, students sand and finish their piece — just in time for all holiday cookie-making.
Instructor ∙ Naomi David Russo
Naomi David Russo is a woodworker who makes both functional and non-functional objects. Russo is heavily inspired by structures found in playgrounds. She references these forms through her use of shape and movement. In 2019, she received her BFA in woodworking and furniture design from Maine College of Art. She was an Alumni Resident at MECA in 2020. Currently, Russo is an Arrowmont 2021-22 Artist in Residence.