Woodworking Women

An Artist's Talk & Round Table Discussion

March 31, 2016, 7–9pm
Loring-Greenough House, 12 South Street, Jamaica Plain
Free admission

Women woodworkers are a force on the faculty of the Eliot School of Fine & Applied Arts. They also work as fine cabinetmakers, spoon carvers, expert turners, public artists, preservation carpenters and construction supervisors. See their work and talk about their artistry, their experiences in the field, and their roles as teachers, handing down skills to both adults and children. Women have been an important presence throughout the school’s 340-year history.

Speakers include: Alison Croney, Heather Dawson, Ellen Kaspern, Annette Lippert and Annie Meyer.

annie meyer heather dawson alison croney

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