February Meeting: Note different Day, Time, and Place

NCSU / TWA Joint Meeting

 Trends in Woodworking and Design Considerations

 Guest Speaker: Dr. Russel Flinchum  

Thursday, February 23, 7:30 PM

NCSU Craft Center (directions) 

 

Woodworking has come a long way since the days when budding crafters were driven predominantly by historical style and joinery techniques. No longer are they confined to a traditional narrative. Instead, digitization along with the spontaneity of conceptual ideation has changed how we create. It's a new world where Google and You-Tube are integral to the master-apprentice relation!

Come join us on the evening of February 23 for this special presentation led by Dr. Russell Flinchum of NC State College of Design. A great opportunity for woodworkers, artists and entrepreneurs; come participate in this discussion offered through the support of the Triangle Woodworkers Association. 

George G. Thomas – Director

NC State College of Design

 

March Meeting and Workshop 

The speaker for our March program will be Tom McLaughlin, a nationally recognized woodworker with a NC connection. He will also conduct a 2-day workshop on Designing a Personal Masterpiece with Embellishments.  For more information go to:

Program - Friday March 24th

Workshop -  Sat and Sun, March 25th & 26th

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TWA is a nonprofit educational corporation.  TWA is dedicated to teaching woodworking techniques through seminars, classes, and workshops.  TWA promotes woodworking education and community interest in woodworking and in general sharing a love for wood. 

Please take a moment to browse our website and find out more about us.  The links on the left provide information for both members and non-members, so please browse around and see what TWA has to offer.

 

In our Membership Information area, you’ll find an application for membership along with a link to email your questions regarding membership.  At the bottom of the page you’ll also find an email link for any questions you have regarding the site, or TWA in general.

 

We hope you find the site both informative and fun – please come and join us!