Great Woodshops: A School Built to Thrive and Last
A passion for creativity lies at the heart of this woodworking institution.
By Scott Gibson
It’s 3 p.m. on a February afternoon when Peter Korn gathers a class at the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship around his workbench and launches into a 90-minute lecture on dovetailing. His students are in the first few days of a 12-week course and they’re just settling in. Korn is disarmingly at ease as he unravels the mysteries of this fundamental-but-all-important woodworking joint. By the time the students are finished, they’ll have the foundation for what Korn hopes will be a new way of looking at the world of woodworking.
From the November 2005 issue #151
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