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« on: December 02, 2009 09:32:32 AM »

The Pittsburgh Craft Collective is proud to announce a wood working class:
Come spend an afternoon learning woodworking and printmaking skills. We will be sanding and shaping wooden game boards (Students can pick from a variety of wood species) then carving print elements with linoblock tools and printing them on the boards. All materials and playing pieces supplied as well as an instruction book for games from around the world you can play with your finished project.

When: Sunday, December 13th
Time: 1:00 3:30pm
Where: 2224 Delaware Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15218 (412.371.8385 for further info)
Cost: $40 (PCC members) $45 (non PCC members)

Class Size: 4 Students
If interested, please RSVP to pghcraftcollective@gmail.com.  We do require that you pre-pay for this class to reserve your spot.

Due to the limited class size, if you must unavoidably cancel, please let the PCC know no later than 48 hours before the class. A waiting list will be maintained if slots become available.

please wear old clothes as well. printing can be a messy job!

Artist Bio:
Todd Sanders is a graphic designer, book artist and furniture maker who has lived in Pittsburgh his whole life. After an architecture degree from Carnegie Mellon University he turned to graphic design and book publishing. His work has been featured in several local galleries, and his work can be seen at locusgraphic.com and aanpress. He recently became a member of the Pittsburgh Craft Collective.
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