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Event 

Subject:
Reproducing & Repairing Historic Mill work
When:
06/15/09 - 06/16/09 
Where:
Eastfield Village - Nassau
Category:
Workshop

Description

Fee: $325.00

This course is designed to give students an understanding of the original methods and materials used to produce historic millwork as well as techniques for its repair. An in-depth survey of paneling, flooring, doors, windows and moldings are discussed through the examination of Eastfield’s extensive collection of period examples in order to help the student understand appropriate marks & textures of the original methods used to produce them. Through a combination of demonstrations & class participation we use both period & modern tools to repair & reproduce moldings, panels, door & window parts, etc. Students are encouraged to bring samples of original millwork for discussion and/or class work.

Robert Adam, founder and special advisor North Bennet Street School’s Preservation Carpentry program, Boston, MA

Don Carpentier, Director of Eastfield Village, E Nassau NY

Venue

Venue:
Eastfield Village   -   Website
City:
Nassau
State:
NY
Country:
Country: us

Description