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Woodworking Open Shop 1W22

Age Group: 
Teens, Adults

Choose your time of the week and join a shop away from home, with tools, mentorship and community. Design and construct projects of your choice.

Projects must be a manageable size due to limited storage; check first with instructors. Once you select your section, that is your weekly time in the wood shop.

We do not permit switching between sections. Prerequisite: Basic Woodworking. Limit 8 students.  Masks must be worn at all times indoors.  Vaccinations required.

No class January 17th or February 21st.


I got great help right from the start.  Joe was great about explaining things like how to work out how much wood I needed to buy and how to draw a pattern for a piece of wood I’ll be cutting on the band saw. Jazz is also very knowledgeable and has helped me a lot with setting up the machines.

Joe Stanewick

Joe Stanewick

Joe Stanewick has been associated with the Eliot School since 1984 as a student and instructor. He learned cabinetmaking at Wentworth Institute and North Bennet Street School, and worked as a furniture restorer at Trefler & Sons.



Jasmanie Gonzalez

Jazz Pic webiste

Jasmanie Gonzalez started woodworking a few years ago by making small furniture. Soon after, he came to the Eliot School to take classes. For the past year, Jasmanie has worked as our Shop Assistant and has taught classes within our School & Community Partnership Program. In his free time, Jasmanie collaborates with other artists on murals and graffiti projects.

Materials to bring to class:

Materials included in tuition.