Other Woodworking Schools Local and Abroad
Here are other woodworking schools we recommend, both local and around the globe. Each school offers lessons in a variety of disciplines, and a totally different experience.
School run by Don Weber, a woodworker, bodger, and blacksmith. Located in Paint Lick, Kentucky.
The Woodworking School at Pine Croft
Focused on providing engaging workshops that use both traditional and contemporary methods, taught by a rotating group of instructors, in a welcoming environment and idyllic location. Pine Croft continues Berea College’s 125 year commitment to crafts and crafts education. Located in Berea, KY, and run by Andy Glenn.
John C. Campbell Folk School
The folk school is a non-profit organization which offers year-round weeklong and weekend classes for adults in craft, art, music, dance, cooking, gardening, nature studies, photography and writing. Located in Brasstown, North Carolina.
The Boggs Collective
Reknown chair maker Brain Boggs sometimes teaches hand tool classes. The Collective is located in at Asheville, NC. Chair making classes are primarily taught by Jeff Lefkowitz in his shop in Strasburg, Virginia.
David Finck: Woodworker
David Finck studied at the College of the Redwoods under James Krenov. He finished James Krenov’s last cabinet. David offers workshops and plane irons for Krenov style planes. Located in Banner Elk, North Carolina