Are you aged between 18 to 32? Two scholarships are on offer for a production woodworking class

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Evan Dunstone is on a mission to share some of his and his team’s hard-won specialist knowledge with the wider woodworking community, in particular with makers aged 18 to 32 of years of age.

‘An emphasis on workshop efficiency and personal productivity is lacking in Australian fine woodwork education’, says Evan Dunstone. ‘Our Production Masterclass was conceived to help bridge this gap’, he explains. The class takes place in Dunstone Design’s commercial workshop using the jigs, templates and techniques employed for one of the company’s long-standing and most popular designs – the Waterfall stool.

Two paid-for places are on offer, one sponsored by the Woodworkers Association of NSW and the other by the Gottstein Trust. Britton Timbers are supplying the wood.

The course costs $2650 and the 7 non-sponsored places are now filled. The course runs from 14–18 October, 2024. Participants leave with one of the Waterfall stools made.

The Woodworkers' Association of NSW Skills Scholarship of $3,500 covers course fees and contributes to associated travel and accommodation costs.

The Gottstein Trust Skills Scholarship of $4,000 covers course fees and also contributes to associated travel and accommodation expenses.

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