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Alex Finberg

Cup / Bowl / Spoon Series: 28.01.24 / 04.02.24 / 03.03.24

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Workshop: Cup / Bowl / Spoon Carving Workshop Series
Dates: 28.01.24 / 04.02.24 / 03.03.24 
LocationAmbios, Lower Sharpham Barton Farm, Ashprington TQ9 7DX 
Experience: Suitable for beginners and intermediate woodcarvers 
Includes: All Tools, Resources, Tea, Coffee & Biscuits Provided

Cup Bowl Spoon Series
Cup / Bowl / Spoon is series of 3 workshops inspired by the tactile wonders of eating and drinking from wooden vessels. The series offers a wonderful journey into the magical world of woodcraft, from cup to spoon. Attend one or ideally, all three for an immersive learning journey 

Sunday 28th January 2024 - Kuksa Cup Carving - 09:30 - 16:00

Sunday 4th February 2024 - Bowl Carving - 09:30 - 16:00

Sunday 3rd March 2024 - Spoon Carving - 09:30 - 16:00

Experience Required
This is a perfect introduction to green wood working workshop with no previous experience required, and yet it is also suitable for more advanced woodworkers who would like to delve into the world of carving bowls with hand tools 

If you have any learning needs such as adjustments due to mobility or other abilities please get in touch, I'm more than happy to explore how to support your learning together. Please note this site requires a five minute walk from the car to the carving area

Approach to Learning
My approach to running workshops is to make them as enjoyable and as accessible as possible. Together as a group we create a positive learning environment where there is no such thing as a stupid question(!) and everyone is put at ease to relax into and enjoy the day. 

There is a wonderfully meditative state which can be found when carving wood which can be quite addictive! You'll come away with the opportunity to take away all the tools, skills and resources needed to carry on carving at home. 

Our venue is located at Lower Sharpham Barn by the edge of the River Dart, home to Ambios and a large scale re-wilding project with some of the most stunning views in the South of England! 

The venue is best navigated to via what3words (professed.lions.scoop) as it can be tricky to find for the first time. Please allow an additional 5 minutes to get down the track for the first time

What To Bring  
Sturdy Footwear 
Warm Clothes, Hat & Gloves (we will ideally be carving outside) 
Packed Lunch 
Tools if you have them (none required though!)
A wooden or ceramic bowl you are fond of. 

Terms & Conditions
Suitable for Adults (18+) 
Non Refundable, Transferable

Concessions will be made available once 6 places are filled. If you would like to sponsor a concessionary place, feel free to add a tip at checkout. This will be added to the concessions pot and go towards funding someone on low income with a place. 

The workshop requires a minimum of 6 participants to run, should the course not fill 6 places, the workshop will be postponed and scheduled with a minimum of 2 weeks notice prior to the course, with the option of a refund or transfer onto the subsequent course.