November 20, 2016 - Malcolm Zander
Time: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost: Free for current TWG members. For guests and other interested persons: $50.00. Resfreshments and lunch are included.
Description: Form, Design, Thin-walled Turning and Piercing
In the first half of this presentation, Malcolm will share his sense and knowledge of form and design. This is a talk with a very extensive slide presentation, which looks at different aspects of form. The goal is twofold:
The second half of the presentation will explore thin-wall turning, both cross-grain and end-grain, including videos of the techniques used in turning thin walls from dry wood and of the tools and techniques used for piercing.
There will be two short live lathe demonstrations, and a discussion of a number of Malcolm’s pieces and how they were made.
Location: Humber College's Centre for Trades & Technology.
Malcolm's website includes many photographs of his work.
For more information or to register, contact John Buccioni firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here for notes that provide a more detailed outline of the demonstration. Download, print and bring it with you for the demonstration.
For those TWG members who are also interested in a practical follow-up, Malcolm has agreed to do an all-day, hands-on session at Lee Valley in Vaughan on Tuesday, November 22, for a maximum of 6 people. For more details and to register, go to Lee Valley's web page.