Building an End Table

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Building an End Table

450.00

This class will introduce students to the basics of woodworking while creating an end table from reclaimed wood. Students will learn how to use woodworking tools such as a jointer, planer, table saw and band saw, and learn proper techniques for wood joinery.

Mondays 6pm - 9pm, October 30th - December 4th, 
$450, materials included.

Location: 14500 Kercheval Avenue, Detroit, MI 48215

Instructor Biography:
Wayne Maki was born and raised on the East side of Detroit. After studying at Michigan State, the University of Oklahoma, and the College for Creative Studies, he has worked extensively in both artistic and commercial settings as a photographer. With a deep respect for material and a curiosity for technology and process, he is a skilled mechanic, woodworker, and craftsman. When he is not working with wood or riding motorcycles, he is reading about wood or motorcycles. Wayne is the co-owner of Mutual Adoration, a woodworking studio in Detroit.

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