[Originally this studio] Making of old wooden food utensils / Hsinchu City

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Workshop summary
Take a piece of wood and make a wooden utensil. After hand grinding, knife cutting and oiling, a small wooden spoon (fork) is completed. Looking at rough old wood, becoming a boutique in your hands and exploring in craftsmanship is a journey of healing.
2020/4/11 (Sat
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Workshop location
Taiwan / Hsinchu City
Workshop language
Mandarin, Cantonese, English
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Admission time
10 minutes before the workshop begins
Workshop duration
1.5 hours
Age restriction
Aged 12 and over
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[Originally this studio] Making of old wooden food utensils / Hsinchu City

Workshop description

Date: 4/25/2020 (13: 30 ~ 15: 00 pm), 5/5/2020 (19: 30 ~ 21: 00 pm) Time: 1.5 hr Number of people: 8 (when 3 people start classes) Venue: Original Studio (No. 43 Yuying Road, Hsinchu City) Cost: 650 yuan (cost includes wood, sandpaper consumables, packaging bag, small bottle of wood wax oil) **- course features-** ・ Under the guidance of the teacher, make an old wood utensil **-Course Information-** ・ Applicable object: friends who are 12 years of age or older and have no wounds on both hands ・ Venue: This is the original studio at 43 Yuying Road, Hsinchu City (next to Hsinchu Tiangong Altar) ・ Course length: 1.5 ~ 2 hours ・ Language for handwriting classes: Chinese, English, Japanese (Elementary), Taiwanese, Cantonese **-This lesson you will get-** 〇 The content of the project includes the cost of works materials 〇 Small wooden teaching **- Course content-** ▼ Materials-Knowing Old Wood ▼ Paper Mold-Provide a standard size for making food utensils ▼ Engraving-Use the blade to feel the various hardness changes and feel of the wood ▼ Grinding-Use white sandpaper to share various grinding methods ▼ Painting-Apply a protective film to the work