Centre for Fine Woodworking - Green Woodworking

New Zealand's premier furniture making, woodworking & design school

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Green Woodworking

Tutor: Richard Hare

We are delighted to add into our ongoing programme the addition of green woodworking workshops under the guidance and tuition of the very experienced Richard Hare — read more about him here.

Our intention is to offer a range of workshops taught by Richard over the next few years, giving students the opportunity to learn, return and increase their skill level in these traditional techniques. These workshops are suitable for all skill levels — beginners and experienced woodworkers alike.

Imagine the satisfaction gained from participating in this very creative hands-on workshop learning the skills of bygone times. With a maximum of only six students per course, using hand tools and a freshly felled tree, under the guidance of a master artisan, you will have an experience of a lifetime.

2019 date to be confirmed.

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Enrolling on a course

To enrol on a course or workshop - please complete the form below. As the maximum number of students we have in any class is eight, some of our courses fill up quickly so please check with us first if there is a space available - we wouldn't want you to be disappointed.

To secure a place we require a non-refundable deposit of $350 and once this is received we will confirm your enrolment. The balance of the course fee is due 30 days prior to the start of the course.

Please complete the form below or if you prefer please phone us on
(03) 5452674.

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Master Classes are frequently available to assist students to move from project–based courses into opportunities for designing and creating their own work and developing complex skills.

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