Illawarra Woodwork School in conjunction with Japanese Tools are organising the inaugural Illawarra Festival of Wood, 6th & 7th October 2017 at Bulli Showground / Raceway. The festival will be showcasing local & regional wood artisans as well as celebrating a variety of wood related crafts & forest industries. The wood related industries would be spoon carving, knife makers, traditional toolmakers, timber surfboard makers, woodturning, floristry, basketweaving,jewellery and timber millers.
Local magazine 2508 & 2515 are publishing an article about The Illawarra Woodwork School in January 2017 issue.
Spoon carving with The Spoonsmith is on again
Sat Jan 28th & Sun 29th 2017
Time – 9am – 4pm.
Cost $240 & lunch provided
Chair making course – Jan 23rd – 27th 2017
5 days – 9am – 4pm
Cost – $700 / $150 for materials
Spoon carving weekend with the spoon smith Mr Jeff Doone 20/21st February 2016 $240.00