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The Alan Lacer Woodturning Fellowship

Although there are a lot of great turning programs in America today, not one offers a sound curriculum that challenges students to achieve beyond simply learning techniques or design. Working closely with Alan Lacer as the program's director, MASW has created a unique opportunity for woodturners. This is a chance to challenge yourself and certainly broaden your woodturning skills in exploring a wide array of different forms of woodturning. This program will require students to take specific turning classes that will not only develop technique and design skills but will also establish guidelines for individuals to use in judging their own skills. The MASW Alan Lacer Woodturning Fellowship will encourage research and exploration of the diversities of turning.

For complete guidelines on the requirements of the Alan Lacer Fellowship and detailed information on the assistantship, article criteria and work submission, contact marc@marcadams.com.

Woodturning Fellowship Requirements

(FULL-WEEK CLASSES ONLY)

  1. Spindle Turning
  2. Design (Any Weeklong Design Class)
  3. Turned LIdded Boxes
  4. Bowls
  5. Hollow Turning/Vessels
  6. Carved Turned Surfaces or Laminated Construction
  7. Finishing (Any Weeklong Finishing Class
  8. Elective (Any Turning Class)
  9. Assistantship

Turning Classes at MASW