Saturday 9 December and Sunday 10 December
This two day lab provides a practical introduction to woodwork through the guided production of an exhibition support.
Delivered by maker Luke Boyle, participants will produce an ovular plinth with a removable lid. This intensive making presents an opportunity for participants to familiarise themselves with key processes and tools involved in producing an exhibition support.
The workshop aims to assist those approaching exhibition making as an independent artist practitioner, or those working as technicians roles seeking professional development. Materials will be provided by The Kit.
Understanding capacity and limits of material, reading construction drawings, measuring and marking dimensions, cutting timber with a track and jigsaw, laminating ply, using a trim router.
The Introduction to Woodwork Skills Lab is suitable for technicians and artists.
Luke Boyle is a maker and artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau. His practice spans visual arts, carpentry, spatial design and sound. He graduated from Auckland University with a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in 2015.
Maximum Participants: 3
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