Beginners Lamp Making - Tue 5/16

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Beginners Lamp Making - Tue 5/16

95.00

with Elise McMahon

Tuesday, May 16 5:30pm-8:30pm

Location: 442 Warren St.

Class size limited to 10

 

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Hudson-based furniture designer and educator Elise McMahon will lead participants through a discussion of the endless potential of lighting: the variety of materials, the skills needed, and design concepts.   Participants will learn how to safely use basic carpentry tools like a chop saw and drill, as well as learning the proper way to attach and wire lamp hardware. Each participant will be supplied with everything they need to make one floor or table lamp and walk away with all the skills needed to continue designing and making lamps long into the future!

Supplies: All supplies will be provided.

Sustenance: Light snacks and beverages provided.

Elise McMahon is an artist, designer, and teacher, living and working primarily in the Hudson Valley, NYC and sometimes in Ghana, W Africa, where she is the Design Director of the Kokrobitey Institute.  Elise believes that developing design and build skills empowers people to improve their own Quality of Life, and keeps all of us out from under the thumb of a mass produced world! Her furniture design business LikeMindedObjects