Florida School of Woodwork offers six-week intensive

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The Florida School of Woodwork, a furniture making, turning and carving school in Tampa, Fla., announced the availability of the first six-week Furniture Makers Intensive Course and Apprentice Program of 2019.

This course is specifically designed for people who want to immerse themselves in the craft of furniture making either as a sabbatical, or as a start of a career in woodworking and furniture making, according to the school.

The course will be taught by designer/maker Michael Fortune, furniture maker and sculptor Michael Cullen, and Tim Coleman.

The culmination of the course is a short apprenticeship where students build under the guidance of furniture making professionals. The apprentices will work from a design idea to proof-of-concept and into fabrication.

For more, visit www.schoolofwoodwork.com.

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