Tapered Bent Lamination,
with artist, Jennifer Anderson
Sponsored by the Windgate Foundation
UALR artWORKS presents a two-day “Tapered Bent Lamination” workshop with furniture designer and maker
Jennifer Anderson. During the workshop Jennifer will demonstrate how to build the necessary jigs, re-sawing and planing the wood, glueing up the laminations using the vacuum bag and how to square up the finished bends. Each participant will build their own bending jigs and will prepare materials for one or two bent laminations.
Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15th, 2015 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Skill Level: Must be experienced woodworkers.
Cost: The workshop is free, but each participant must bring the wood to be used. Please consult with Prof. Mia Hall before purchasing wood.
Space is limited to 12 participants and is reserved on a first-come-first-served basis.
This is a FREE workshop and space is limited, so register early by e-mailing Mia Hall firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: UALR Applied Design Facility, University Plaza Suite 300 (next to Big Lots).
Public Lecture by Jennifer Anderson:
Monday, March 16, 2015, at 4:30 p.m. in UALR Applied Design Facility, University Plaza Suite 300 (next to Big Lots).
Lecture is free
About The Artist:
Jennifer Anderson trained as a fine woodworker at the College of the Redwoods where she spent two years studying under master craftsman, James Krenov. Her undergraduate work was completed at UC Davis where she studied Environmental Design.
Her most recent education consists of a Master of Fine Arts Degree in Furniture Design from San Diego State University where she studied under Wendy Maruyama. Currently, Jennifer divides her time between building speculative and commission pieces of
furniture and teaching foundation art and
furniture design classes at a variety of colleges in the San Diego area.
You may see more of Jennifer Anderson’s artwork at: