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. The MASW Alan Lacer Woodturning Fellowship will encourage research and exploration of the diversities of turning. For guidelines on the program please contact Alan Lacer direct at email.

Woodturning Fellowship Requirements (Full Week Classes Only)

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