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Crafts Center 210 Jensen Drive Campus Box 7320 NC State University Raleigh, NC 27695–7320 Email: crafts–center@ncsu.edu Phone: 919.515.2457

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The Crafts Center’s mission is to provide hands-on, immersive, life-long learning skills to NC State students, faculty and staff, affiliates, alumni and the general public to support research, enhance critical thinking through creativity, and strengthen personal and professional development.


The NC State Crafts Center: Make It Here!

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There’s a very little known fact about the Crafts Center at NC State: it is one of the largest university crafts centers in the nation. With over 20,000 square feet of facilities space, the Center is

Introduction ............................................. 1

optimized for on-site, hands-on education to students of all ages. The Center is supported primarily by NC State

Letter from our Director .......................... 2

student fees as a part of the University’s Division of Academic and Student Affairs and is one of six programs

Art on Paper ............................................. 4

comprising Arts NC State.

Clay ........................................................... 5

The Crafts Center’s mission is to provide hands-on, immersive, life-long learning skills to NC State students, Fibers ........................................................8

faculty and staff, affiliates, alumni and the general public to support research, enhance critical thinking through creativity, and strengthen personal and professional development.

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Established around 1954, the Center remains a thriving and significant part of campus and community life.

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We hope you will join us for the fall season!

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specialty courses. Please refer to the Crafts Center website for the most updated information: crafts.arts.ncsu.edu.

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Students and patrons from all disciplines, backgrounds, skillsets, and interests find a welcoming, supportive and creative home here. In addition to ongoing classes, there are many workshops, lectures, exhibits, and

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The Crafts Center: A Rich Legacy and A Strong Future

What exactly defines a “crafts center?” A place to make beautiful objects? A warm, inviting community center? A place to learn new skills and “use the other side of the brain?” Or consider this: a hub for collaborative, immersive practice that, through hands-on education, informs new innovations that have a strong economic impact and significant potential to drive growth in many sectors. The NC State Crafts Center encompasses all of these ideals and more, which makes it a unique and invaluable place on campus and within the Triangle community. Since I came on board as the director of the Center in March, I am constantly delighted and astounded by the quality of work that is made here by our students and patrons. The beauty of raku-fired pottery, the mastery of stained glass, and the lush tones of a woodturned bowl are part of the Center’s DNA – steeped in history and carrying forth valuable traditions in the making of handcrafted goods. Equally, in our STEM–based environment, the Center serves as the campus’s primary maker space – integrating creativity with engineering, science and technology. For example, each semester the Center hosts hundreds of freshman engineering students who learn to design and build their first projects here. Science students are using the Center’s clay studio and kilns to study the molecular makeup of clay based on various firing scenarios. In collaboration with the wealth of innovative thinkers and doers on our campus, the Crafts Center plays an integral role in researching, prototyping, and building – and in the process, delivering the ultimate fusion of form and function. Photo by Areon Mobasher

This is an exciting time to join the Crafts Center and explore your creativity and ingenuity in a welcoming, friendly and diverse environment. The Center is the embodiment of the NC State motto: THINK AND DO. And it is true: you can make it HERE! I hope to see you soon!

“The Crafts Center is the embodiment of the NC State motto: THINK AND DO.” Carol Fountain Nix, Director

Contact Information

Hours of Operation

Parking

Street Address

We have expanded our hours of operation! In order to give everyone

The campus coliseum parking deck is directly across the street

Thompson Hall

more time in our studios, we have added both week and weekend

from the Center. Parking on campus during the day prior to 5pm

210 Jensen Drive

hours as follows.*The Crafts Center operates in accordance with

requires a Visitor Parking Permit [$5 per day]. After 5 pm, parking

Raleigh, NC 27606

the NC State University calendar, including holidays, student work

is free. Learn more on our website before signing up for classes.

days and University closing dates. Check the Fall Schedule in the Mailing Address The NC State Crafts Center Campus Box 7320 NC State University Raleigh, NC 27695–7320 Email: crafts-center@ncsu.edu Phone: 919.515.2457 crafts.arts.ncsu.edu

back of this catalog for important dates. *Fall Semester Weekly Schedule Monday – Friday 12 – 10 pm Saturday 10 – 5 pm Sunday 12 – 5 pm


Class Prerequisites Please refer to this key, which designates each class level:

k Beginner: Students who have never taken the course previously J Intermediate/Advanced: Students who have previously taken a beginner course m Open to all levels: No previous experience or class enrollment required

H NC State students only: Must be an enrolled, fee–paying NC State student Each class is designed specifically for a designated level of experience. PLEASE DO NOT SIGN UP FOR AN INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED COURSE IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE REQUIRED EXPERIENCE.

crafts.arts.ncsu.edu We frequently add classes and events. Find out more about upcoming events, workshops, and special offerings on our website. You may also REGISTER and purchase memberships on our site.

Connect With Us! Find us online: @NCStateCrafts #makeithere

NC STATE STUDENT AND CRAFTS CENTER DESK ATTENDANT, CLAIRE STEFFEN, PUTTING THE FINISHING TOUCHES ON HER HANDMADE CUTTING BOARD

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ART JOURNALING

Art on Paper Watercolor Fashion Illustration Calligraphy Journaling Bookbinding Acrylic Painting Drawing

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FASHION ILLUSTRATION Instructor: Jillian Ohl

Art journaling is a great way to unlock and exercise your

Learn to express your fashion designs with vibrant illustrations!

creativity without the pressure of a solitary canvas. The focus

This class will cover everything from drawing the figure to learning

is on the process, not the product! Learn basic techniques for

how to create the look of different materials and fabric through

mixed media journaling, including painted backgrounds, collage,

mixed media. Some drawing and painting experience is preferred

lettering, and more. You will be guided through various creative

but not required. Methods will range from technical illustrations

exercises and prompts to get you started in your own art journal

to complete abstraction. Students will be responsible for

and you will leave the course with an extended list of prompts to

providing some of their own supplies from a supply list provided

keep you creating on your own! Students will be responsible for

upon registration. [Expect to pay $15 – $25 for supplies.]

providing some of their own supplies from a supply list provided

Visit Jillian’s artwork at jillianohl.com.

upon registration. [Expect to pay $15 – $35 for supplies.]

Thursdays [6 weeks] 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Tuesdays [4 weeks] 6:30 – 9:30 pm

August 24 – September 28

October 24 – November 14

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $78

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I –$52

II – $ 82

BEGINNER’S WATERCOLOR

II – $124

III – $136

III – $ 90

INTRODUCTION TO ACRYLIC PAINTING

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Instructor: Austin Caskie

Instructor: Laura Azzi

You will learn basic painting techniques using still lifes and

Learn the basics– from brush strokes to color mixing, color

exploring the different ways in which color interacts. Students

theory and composition. Students will be responsible for

will be responsible for providing some of their own supplies from

providing some of their own supplies from a supply list provided

a supply list provided upon registration. [Expect to pay $50–$125

upon registration. [Expect to pay $20 – $35 for supplies.]

for supplies.] Visit Austin’s website: www.austincaskie.com/art–1/

Friday, September 15, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Tuesdays [6 weeks] 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Saturday, September 16, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

August 22 – September 26

Prerequisites: none

Prerequisites: none

Class fees by level: I – $ 44

II – $ 68

III – $ 74

COPTIC BOUND BOOKS [WORKSHOP]

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Class fees by level: I – $68

II – $114

INTRODUCTION TO DRAWING

III – $126

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Instructor: Austin Caskie

Make your own hand-bound books! Learn basic skills for

Learn the fundamentals of design such as composition and mark-

decorating book covers, tearing and folding signatures, and

making. Students will be responsible for providing some of their

Coptic stitch. Decorative paper will be provided for the covers

own supplies from a supply list provided upon registration.

and feel free to bring your own papers, fabric or wallpaper.

[Expect to pay $25 – $35 for supplies.] Visit Austin’s website:

This two-day workshop will include materials for making two

www.austincaskie.com/art–1/

medium- sized books approximately 5”x 7” each.

Mondays [6 weeks] 6:30 – 9:30 pm, October 9 – November 13

Saturday, October 21: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Prerequisites: none

Sunday, October 22: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Class fees by level: I – $68

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $86

II – $117

III – $125

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Instructor: Hayley Nordstrom

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II – $114

III – $126


SIMPLE LANDSCAPE IN WATERCOLOR [WORKSHOP]

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CONTINUING WHEEL Instructor: Gaines Bailey

Not quite centered yet and need a little more practice before

Enjoy painting a simple landscape in watercolor. Use the creative

moving on to the next level? Continuing Wheel is a refresher

process of the watercolor medium to make a vibrant, moving

course of basic pottery wheel skills; centering, raising walls,

landscape through textures and techniques. Students will be

trimming, finishing and glazing. Projects include refining skills

responsible for providing some of their own supplies from a

for pulling handles for mugs, turning matching bowls, and small

supply list provided upon registration. [Expect to pay $25 – $35

plates. This is a wonderful class for novice potters as well as

for supplies.]

veteran throwers in need of more tips and tricks on how to master

Friday, October 27, 6:30 – 9:30 pm and

basic skills. Practice time outside of class is strongly suggested

Saturday, October 28, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

to develop throwing skills. Students must purchase their clay at

Prerequisites: none

the Crafts Center. Class fee includes use of studio tools needed

Class fees by level: I – $ 44

II – $ 68

III – $ 74

during class. See Gaines’s ceramic work at: facebook.com/ gainesbaileypottery. October 16 – November 20

Firing

Prerequisites: Completion of Introduction to the Potter’s Wheel class or equivalent. II – $104

Pottery Wheel Hand-building

Mondays [6 weeks] 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Class fees by level: I – $58

Clay

Slab Rolling

III – $116

Includes semester membership for this studio

FUNCTIONAL POTTERY: SETS AND MULTIPLES

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Instructor: Edge Barnes Explore approaches for designing a set or functional family of pottery. Learn methods, tools and techniques for repeating multiples of individual items. In your own design, you will create a set of related pieces with two or more functional

Carving Extruding Glazing Gas Reduction

items and produce a complete set of four of each. Discussions

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CLAY PUMPKIN PATCH [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Jennifer Siegel Back for the fifth year by popular demand and bigger than ever – 100 Clay Pumpkins!! Register for a seat in this unique carving activity where our Clay Studio Manager provides each participant with a wheel–thrown clay jack–o–lantern! The artistic possibilities are endless! Section A: Monday, October 9, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Section B: Tuesday, October 10, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

and demonstrations will include considerations of style versus difficulty of making, tools, jigs, templates and devices for repeatability of form and shape. Class includes the use of studio tools needed during class. Students must purchase their clay at the Crafts Center. See Edge’s work at www.edgebarnes.net Wednesdays [6 weeks] October 11 – November 15 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: Participants must have completed the Continuing Wheel class or equivalent. Class fees by level: I – $58

II – $104

III – $116

Includes semester membership for this studio

Section C: Thursday, October 12, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Class fees by level: I – $12

II – $17

III – $20

The Crafts Center is home base for seven arts guilds and several clubs.

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INTERMEDIATE / ADVANCED POTTER’S WHEEL Instructor: Edge Barnes

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Open only to students proficient in the basic skills of wheel throwing. Focus on improving your turning skills while introducing methods of making thinner and more attractive forms. Additional techniques of handles, lids and spouts will be included during this course. Practice time outside of class is strongly suggested to develop throwing skills and to finish projects. Class fee includes use of Clay Studio specialty tools during class. Students must purchase clay of their choice at the Crafts Center. See Edge’s work at www.edgebarnes.net. Wednesdays [6 weeks] August 30 – October 4, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: Participants must have completed the Continuing Wheel class or equivalent and be proficient in centering, opening and raising walls of cylinders, bowls and closed forms. Class fees by level: I – $58

II – $104

III – $116

Includes semester membership for this studio

INTRODUCTION TO HAND-BUILDING Instructors: Section A: Marina Bosetti Section B: Jennifer Siegel

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Coiling, soft and hard slab construction and extruding are

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will be a significant aspect of this class. Studio time outside of

Instructors: Section A: Gretchen Quinn Section B: Colleen Adair Section C: Edge Barnes Section D: Charlene Poisel Section E: Jo Ellen Westmoreland

class is strongly suggested to build skills as well as finish class

This class is a perfect introduction to working in our clay studio and covers the fundamentals of throwing basic forms: wedging,

projects. Class fee includes one 25 lb. bag of clay and use of

centering, pulling and shaping walls to make cylinder forms, mugs and bowls. Learn to trim and glaze to create finished pots. Practice

specialty tools needed during class.

time outside of class is strongly suggested to develop throwing skills. Class fee includes one 25 lb. bag of clay [which includes firing]

Section A: Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 22 – September 26,

and use of studio tools needed during class.

the main methods of hand-building this beginner level class introduces. Students will create functional as well as sculptural forms, such as cups, mugs, bowls and lidded boxes. Surface decoration through slips, stains, and wax, as well as glazing,

10:30 am – 1:30 pm *Note: Please refer to parking rules and information.

Section A: Mondays [6 weeks] August 21 – October 2 [skip Sept. 4] 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

Section B: Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 22 – September 26,

Section B: Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 22 – September 26, 6:30 – 9:30 pm,

6:30 – 9:30 pm

Section C: Wednesdays [6 weeks] August 30 – October 4, 10:30 am – 1:30 pm

*Note: Please refer to parking rules and information.

Section D: Thursdays [6 weeks] August 24 – September 28, 6:30 – 9:30 pm,

Prerequisites: none

Section E: [for NC State Students only] Fridays [6 weeks] August 25 – September 29, 9:45 am – 12:15 pm

Class fees by level: I – $90

II – $136

III – $148

Includes semester membership for this studio

*Note: Please refer to parking rules and information. Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $ 90

II – $ 136

III – $ 148

Section E: I – $81

Includes semester membership for this studio

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RAKU FIRING WEEKEND [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Jennifer Siegel

Instructors: Gaines Bailey and Jennifer Siegel

What are mason stains and are they for high fire? Learn to use

Is raku your favorite firing style? If so, register for this two-

them in clay and glazes so you can expand the creativity in

day raku firing event and start creating wares out of raku clay.

your home studio or to spice up your work at the Crafts Center.

Bring your bisqueware and spend two days glazing in between

Each member will work with a different color, relying on class

the active flow of kiln loads. You may bring your own glazes to

participation for a full rainbow of take-home test tiles. This class

share, along with some unique application techniques! Class fee

begins with mixing mason stains into clay and clay slips, playing

includes use of raku glazes, safety equipment, and gas for firing.

with application techniques while sharing color experience as a group. After exploring basic wet clay techniques, move on to discovering how mason stains can affect the color of glazes. After all tests have been gas fired, we will meet again to discuss our results. Class fee includes one 5 lb.bag of 257 clay, 5 lb. Zella stone, mason stains, and specialty tools needed during class. See Jennifer’s ceramic work at clayvoyant.com. Thursdays [5 weeks] October 19 – November 30 [skip Nov. 16 and 23] 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisite: Students must possess intermediate to advanced level wheel throwing skills. Class fees by level: I – $69

II – $107

III – $118

Includes semester membership for this studio

MY FIRST RAKU EXPERIENCE

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Instructor: Jennifer Siegel First–timers only please! Immerse yourself in the wonderful world of raku! Join us for wet clay work on the pottery wheel as well as hand-building. We will be creating a minimum of 8 pieces each that will allow for multiple glazing and firing styles all achieved using the Crafts Center’s large raku kiln. Experience the beauty of decorative, metallic raku glaze surfaces as well as an exploration in naked raku and horse-hair firing techniques. After completing this class, you will be able to register for a future raku firing weekend! Class fee includes one 25 lb. bag of raku clay [includes handling and firing], use of raku glazes, and safety equipment. Mondays [6 weeks] August 21 – October 2, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

See Gaines’s ceramic work at: facebook.com/gainesbaileypottery and Jennifer’s ceramic work at: www.clayvoyant.com. Saturday, October 21, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm [Jennifer] and Sunday, October 22, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm [Gaines] Prerequisites: Participants must have prior raku firing experience. NOT for beginners. Class fees by level: I – $84

II – $124

THROWING AND ALTERING

III – $135

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forms. Demonstrations and assistance will also be provided for strengthening throwing skills and glazing. Class includes the use of studio tools needed during class. Students will purchase clay of their choosing at the Crafts Center. See Gaines’s ceramic work at facebook.com/gainesbaileypottery. Thursdays [6 weeks] September 7 – October 19 [skip Oct. 5] 10:30 am – 1:30 pm *Note: Please refer to parking rules and information. Prerequisites: Completion of Continuing Wheel class or equivalent. Class fees by level: I – $58

II – $104

III – $116

Includes semester membership for this studio

[skip Sept. 4 & 11 and Oct. 9] and

Buy it here. Fire it here!

Saturday and Sunday, October 14 – 15, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Members and class participants must

[raku firing]

purchase clay for firing at the Center. All

Prerequisites: Completion of Introduction to the Potter’s

bags include fees for handling and firings

The Crafts Center now has a wide selection of handmade

Wheel class or equivalent.

in our kilns. We do not fire clay purchased

works on display in our gallery and windows. These items

elsewhere. We fire Crafts Center clay only!

are for sale and can be purchased at the front desk.

Class fees by level: I – $126 II – $199

III – $218

Includes semester membership for this studio

OPEN SEGMENTED BOWL BY BRETT OLSSON

Display, Purchase and Sell Work Here!

If you are interested in showing and/or selling your work here, please contact Carol Nix at 919.513.3677.

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BEGINNING KNITTING

Fibers Spinning Knitting Stitching Dyeing Weaving Quilling

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patterns and textures on scarves and cloth. A $25 materials

Instructor: Claude Bolger

fee, payable to instructor on first day of the workshop, includes

Learn the basic techniques such as: cast-on, knit-stitch, purl-

practice muslin, 3 silk scarves, dyes and all other supplies

stitch, binding-off, shaping, and basic finishing, Students may

needed during the workshop.

progress at their own speed. Advanced techniques will be taught

Saturday, November 4: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and

and projects chosen based on each individual’s interest and

Sunday, November 5: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

skill level. For beginners – a materials fee of $24 is payable to

Prerequisites: none

instructor at first class and includes knitting needles, Knit–Chek,

Class fees by level: I – $52 II – $82

III – $90

and yarn needles. Intermediate level students may purchase

SILK DYEING TECHNIQUES [WORKSHOP]

Center. Repeat students welcome!

Instructor: Wanda Borrelli

Tuesdays [4 weeks] 6:30 – 9:00 pm, August 29 – September 19

Add some color to your wardrobe or make a gift for that special

Prerequisites: none

friend. In this fun class we will learn different dyeing techniques

Class fees by level: I – $49

II – $79

III – $87

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using Procion MX dyes on silk scarves. Exciting patterns will emerge as we experiment with various techniques and color mixing. Colors can range from vibrant to pastels. In addition to immersion dyeing, we will learn shibori techniques and different

Instructor: Claude Bolger

forms of resist. A $30 materials fee, payable to instructor on

This short class is designed to teach techniques and give

first day of the workshop, includes 6 silk scarves, dyes and all

individualized help finishing projects. Come just to learn the

other supplies needed during the workshop. Extra scarves will

various techniques or may bring a work or works in progress

be available for purchase.

for finishing or assembly. Some of the things we will cover are:

Saturday and Sunday, October 21–22, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

assembly by sewing and Kirchener stitch, picking up stitches,

Prerequisites: none

knitting or crocheting bands, and making buttonholes. Students

Class fees by level: I – $56 II – $91

are expected to bring all the needles recommended by patterns

III – $100

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as well as yarn needles and crochet hooks. Bring any knitting tool

SPINNING 101

you think you might be useful. All pieces intended for assembly,

Instructor: Jane Bynum

must be blocked to size before they can be assembled.

Learn how to make yarn from fiber by the addition of twist,

Tuesdays [3 weeks] 12:30 – 3:00 pm, October 3 – 17

using a variety of tools, methods, and fiber sources. The first

Prerequisites: none

two weeks will focus primarily on spindles and other simple

*Note: Please refer to parking rules and information.

tools. The following weeks will involve the use of both spindles

Class fees by level: I – $25

and spinning wheels to develop new skills and to improve

II – $44

III – $48

SHIBORI DYEING AND THE NATURAL INDIGO VAT [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: TBD This two-day workshop will teach the basics of a traditional dyeing method and how to use and start your own natural indigo vat. Indigo is a traditional blue dye extracted from the leaves of

productivity. Class fee includes wool and cotton for use during class and a spindle that is yours to keep. Wednesdays [6 weeks] August 30 – October 11 [skip Sept. 20] 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $103 II – $149

III – $161

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certain plants. “Shibori” is the Japanese word for a variety of

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these tools if needed. Practice yarn will be provided by the Crafts

ways of embellishing textiles by shaping cloth and securing it

Note special member pricing for the Fiber studio.

before dyeing. We will twist, clamp, and stitch in order to create

See “Registration and Membership” on page 21.

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WEAVING ON A FLOOR LOOM

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3–D STAINED GLASS ORNAMENTS [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Maggy Inman

Instructor: Deborah Rodgers

Learn to weave! Wind a warp, dress your loom, and weave it

Celebrate your holiday season by making 3D ornaments in

off. Beginners will explore twill patterns and other weaving

stained glass. Create one significant piece such as an open-

techniques before completing a woven scarf. For continuing

center star, and/or make a series of simpler ornaments to give

students, it would be helpful to have your project planned before

away as gifts! Various patterns will be available to choose from.

the first class. Class fee includes materials and use of a loom

Glass and solder is included in the class fee.

through the end of the semester.

Friday, October 20: 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm,

Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 29 – October 17

Saturday, October 21: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, and

[skip Sept. 19 and Oct. 3], 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Sunday, October 22: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Prerequisites: none

Prerequisites: Students must have completed the

Class fees by level: I – $101 II – $147

III – $159

Crafts Center’s Introduction to Stained Glass class.

Includes semester membership for this studio

WOOL QUILLING JEWELRY [WORKSHOP]

Class fees by level: I – $104 II – $148

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Instructor: Roberta Morgan Jazz up your jewelry wardrobe with wool quilling. Make a cuff bracelet, pin and neck-piece using recycled wool strips. This unique jewelry is fun and easy to make and will garner lots of compliments when you wear it. All materials are supplied by instructor.

BEYOND BASIC FLAT GLASS

III – $159

Instructor: Deborah Rodgers Push yourself to learn more about the art of stained glass! Explore advanced construction and soldering technique as you create a box, lantern, or a more challenging two-dimensional panel. The class fee covers two 12”x12” pieces of stained glass, and studio

Saturday, September 23, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

must purchase own solder, foil, and additional glass.

Class fees by level: I – $13

Tuesday: [6 weeks] October 10 – November 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

III – $26

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supplies such as flux, patina, and polishing compound. Students II – $23

Glass

Soldering Lampworking Ornaments

Prerequisites: Students must have completed the Introduction to Stained Glass class. Class fees by level: I – $89 II – $136

III – $148

Includes semester membership for this studio

FUSED GLASS PAINTING

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Instructor: Danene Groenke Add color, design, and texture to your fused glass projects in this quick introduction to fusible glass painting. Various techniques including stamping, abstract and picture painting, and the use of thin–fire paper to transfer painted imagery will be explored. A materials fee of $5 payable to the instructor will cover use of paints and specialty supplies. An intermediate class – prior glass fusing experience required.

The Crafts Center is one of very few facilities in the region that has both looms and spinning wheels for fiber arts.

Visit Danene’s website: danenkejewelry.blogspot.com. Mondays: [3 weeks] October 16 – 30, 6:30–9:30pm Prerequisites: Prior glass fusing experience required. Class fees by level: I – $57 II – $80

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covers all glass used during the workshop. For more about Jonathan, visit: locallygrownart.com.

This class combines the excitement of kiln fusing and forming

III – $116

INTRODUCTION TO LAMP-WORKING

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Instructor: Kathy Driggers

Section B: Mondays: [4 weeks] October 9 – 30 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Prerequisites: None *Note: Please refer to parking rules and information. Class fees by level: I – $81

II – $111

III – $119

flame to form decorative beads around a metal mandrel. Class fee includes glass rods and fuel for use during class. Thursdays: [6 weeks] August 24 –Sept. 28, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: None. III – $154

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Add some color to your world! Learn to cut, foil and solder flat glass using the Tiffany copper foil method while making a simple sun catcher. Students in this beginning level class will also create an 8”x 11” panel using a pattern of their choice. The class fee includes glass and materials used to make the sun catcher and panel. Section A: Tuesdays: [6 weeks] August 22 – October 3 [skip Sept.12], 6:30 – 9:30 pm Section B: Wednesdays: [6 weeks] August 23 – October 4 [skip Sept.13], 6:30 – 9:30 pm, Section C [for NC State students only]: Fridays: [7 weeks] August 25 – October 20 [skip Sept.15], 9:45 am – 12:15 pm Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $99

II – $146

III – $158

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INTRODUCTION TO BOROSILICATE FLAME-WORKING [WORKSHOP]

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A DAY OF SILVERSMITHING [WORKSHOP]

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BEADING WITH ZOLIDUO BEADS [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Gary McCutchen

Instructor: Naomi Profesorsky

No experience needed as this is a quick introduction to the

For experienced beaders. Spend a day working with these new

fabrication of silver jewelry. All students will have the opportunity

beads – ZoliDuo – two-holed paisley shaped, which allow for

to walk away with at least one piece of wearable jewelry.

interesting and fun designs. Come and play, see what you can

Whether a simple pendant, bracelet, ring, or pin – think ahead

make out of these beads – we will talk about structure, weight,

about what you want to make and come ready to bring your ideas

open space and symmetry. Make an existing design or change

to life. Bring your cabochons, fused glass, or other suitable art

it. By the end of the workshop you will have a beautiful piece to

pieces made in Crafts Center classes and spend the day turning

wear. Visit Naomi’s website: jewelrybynaomi.com.

them into jewelry. Gary will have solder, metal, stones and other

November 4, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

materials available for purchase during the workshop. [Expect to

Prerequisites: None

pay $25 – $100 for materials.]

Class fees by level: I – $48

II – $66

Section A: Saturday, October 21, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Section B: Sunday, October 22, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

BEGINNING METALSMITHING

Prerequisites: none

Instructor: Amy Veatch

Class fees by level: I – $37

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Instructor: Ndidi Kowalczyk With this versatile technique, add color to any metal without heat or chemicals. Create a small pendant or brooch and a pair of earrings. A materials fee of $8 must be paid to instructor at the start of the workshop. View Ndidi’s work at etsy.com/shop/hothouseposey. September 16: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and

Metalsmithing

metal working techniques. Students will learn to saw, file,

Embellishing

texture, rivet, and solder using sheet metal and wire in this basic techniques class. Knowing these skills and completing these projects is a great first step to feeling comfortable in the studio!

Enameling

View Amy’s work on Instagram: amyveatch.art. Section A: Fridays [6 weeks] August 25 – September 29

Beading

9:30 am – 12:30 pm Section B: Mondays [6 weeks] August 28 – October 9

Casting

[skip Sept. 4] 6:30 – 9:30 pm Class fees by level: I – $90

Prerequisites: None II – $130

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Prerequisites: none

September 17: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Class fees by level: I – $95

III – $70

Design and construct a pendant and earrings by learning basic

III – $60

ALTERNATIVE COLOR [WORKSHOP]

Jewelry

II – $136

III – $139

BEADED RIVOLI PENDANT AND MORE Instructor: Naomi Profesorsky

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Students will continue building skills by using basic metalsmithing

In this class we will be bezeling a beautiful Swarovski Rivoli

techniques while learning to bezel set a stone and make hollow

crystal with fine beads to create a sparkling pendant. We will

forms using soldering and forming techniques. This class offers

use circular peyote stitch and netting to create one pendant then

a chance to further skill and meet the imaginative challenges of

make a second pendant using Brick stitch decorating around a

making jewelry from sheet metal, wire, and tubes. View Amy’s

focal bead. In the third class you will be learning the Right Angle

work on Instagram: amyveatch.art.

Weave [RAW] stitch to create a necklace to go with your new

Mondays [6 weeks] October 16 – November 20, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

pendant piece. Suitable for both beginners and more experienced

Class fees by level: I – $90

beaders. Visit Naomi’s website: jewelrybynaomi.com.

Includes semester membership for this studio

II – $136

III – $148

Thursdays [3 weeks] October 12 – 26, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $54

II – $77

III – $83

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A Day of Silversmithing. Having learned the basic skills in the

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introductory workshop, now you can turn your focus to creativity

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and have fun making more pieces in this weekend workshop.

BRACELETS

Bring your cabochons, fused glass, or other suitable art pieces made in Crafts Center studios. Gary will have solder, metal, stones and other materials for purchase during the workshop [expect to pay $25 – $100 for materials]. Saturday, November 4: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm and Sunday, November 5: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Prerequisites: Completion of A Day of Silversmithing class or prior experience in silver jewelry fabrication Class fees by level: I – $70 II– $107

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For beginners as well as more advanced metalsmiths. Improve your basic metal working techniques while constructing an embellished anticlastic bracelet. Use a torch to anneal, a rolling mill to texture, and a hydraulic press for shaping the form. The use of a patina to oxidize the metal will also be introduced. A $20 materials fee, payable to instructor at the end of the workshop, includes all materials for one base metal bracelet. Additional metal will be available for purchase from the instructor. Visit John’s website: bijoux–de–terre.com.

Saturday, October 14: 12:00 – 5:00 pm and Sunday, October 15: 12:00 – 5:00 pm Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $56

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III – $100

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fun making finishing touches for future work. View Ndidi’s work:

III – $55

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II – $102

III – $110

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Instructor: Sarah Tector For all skill levels. Experiment with alternative casting techniques that can be used in almost any environment. Explore ways to cast silver objects using water, frozen peas, coffee beans, rock salt, and broom straw. Explore charcoal casting techniques. Work toward creating charms, rings, or components that can be used in future jewelry pieces. Visit Sarah’s website: stectormetals.com. Saturday, September 30: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm and Sunday, October 1: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm AMY VEATCH PENDANT

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $114

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A $75 materials fee payable to the instructor on the first day includes one 25g package of PMC 3, along with stones and special supplies used to embellish your jewelry.

vitreous enamel and a torch. Students can come to class with a jewelry piece to finish or simply have

Prerequisites: none

EXPLORING THE POSSIBILITIES OF PMC

NAOMI PROFESORSKY

and other jewelry components embellished with stones set either before or after firing. Basic

Learn to fabricate bead and cone ends, a toggle clasp, and embellished ball headpins using copper,

Saturday, September 9, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm II – $51

kiln, this versatile material becomes 99.9% silver! PMC 3 is suitable for making earrings, pendants techniques will be demonstrated along with the opportunity to design and complete several pieces.

Instructor: John Fetvedt

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STACKING RINGS [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Leigh Griffin

Instructor: Sarah Tector

Expand your metalsmithing skills and learn to set irregularly

Create a sweet stack of rings from 14kt yellow gold–filled wire

shaped objects, including cabochons! The techniques learned

and silver while learning or refreshing the use of wire solder. By

in setting cabs can easily be applied to other objects with flat

the end of the workshop you’ll be proficient at single seams,

backs. Work with sterling and fine silver to make prong and/or

fabrication, along with embellishing and forging simple bands in

bezel settings for irregularly shaped stones and objects. Students

different gauges and types of metal. This workshop is suited for

should have a basic understanding of sawing and soldering. You

all skill levels. Visit Sarah’s website: stectormetals.com.

will expand those skills and work with silver to make custom

Saturday, October 28, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

settings for irregularly shaped objects. Students should supply

Prerequisites: none

their own cabochon or object to be set [round or oval shapes]. A

Class fees by level: I – $52

II – $70

III – $74

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materials fee of $25.00 must be paid to instructor the first day of class. Visit Leigh’s website: araleighstudios.com.

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CABOCHONS

Prerequisites: Open to all skill levels, but basic soldering will be useful.

Instructors: Section A: Neil Chernoff Section B: Linda Searcy

Class fees by level: I – $68

Cut slabs of stone and polish into convex forms to produce

metalsmithing skills such as sawing, drilling and II – $114

III – $126

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Cutting Polishing Faceting

gems worthy of setting into brooches, rings, or necklaces!

Dopping

This cut produces an evenly curved surface in a range

SPINNER RING [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Sarah Tector Rings unite! Create your own spinner ring using a forming technique known as anticlastic raising.  In this process an outer band will be formed in such a way to creatively “capture” one or more moving rings. Learn to size, shape and solder sheet metal and wire into rings. Basic soldering, forging, and forming techniques will be covered. Ample silver and copper will be provided to complete one spinner ring. This workshop is suited for all skill levels. Visit Sarah’s website: stectormetals.com. Sunday, October 29, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $38

II – $56

III – $60

of shapes. Students will begin the process with agate or quartz – great for rock hounds! Stones, equipment  and other supplies for use during class are included in the class fee. Section A: Tuesdays [5 weeks] August 29 – September 26 6:30 – 9:30 pm Section B: Wednesdays [5 weeks] October 18 – November 29 [skip Nov. 15 and 22] 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $81

II – $119

III – $128

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Instructor: Bob Bendelow Release the color and hidden light from within a precious gemstone! Participants in this class will learn to cut facets in crystals and gemstones, turning them into works of art. Students will begin by working with crystal quartz and then move on to fine gemstones. Stones, use of laps and other supplies for use during class are included in the class fee. Thursdays [6 weeks] August 31 – October 12 [skip Oct. 5] 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $96

II – $142

III – $154

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BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY

Photography Black and White Digital Developing Pinhole Camera Challenge Composition Digitizing

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PHOTOGRAPHING YOUR ARTWORK Instructor: Gary Knight

An introductory darkroom class. Capture light and motion on

Wouldn’t you like to take your own still pictures and not have to

film using SLR cameras. Bring your own camera or use a Crafts

pay others to create images for your portfolio or publication? This

Center loaner. Process exposed film and spend the remainder of

class will serve to orient students in the use of the Crafts Center’s

this class camped out in the darkroom exploring the traditional

photography studio while covering composition, camera control,

black and white printing process. Class fee includes film,

and lighting demands common to still photography. As a bonus,

photographic paper and other supplies used during class. Visit

students will receive an orientation in the use of Photoshop

Katy’s website: katyswalls.tumblr.com.

software and using a scanner for digitizing 35mm slides.

Section A: Mondays [5 weeks] August 21 – September 25

For more about Gary’s work, visit garydknightphotography.com.

[skip Sept. 4]. 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Thursdays [3 weeks] October 12 – 26, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Section B: Mondays [5 weeks]

Prerequisites: None

October 9 – November 6, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Class fees by level: I – $29

II – $52

Prerequisites: None Class fees by level: I – $76

II – $114

III – $123

DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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CONTINUING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY

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The digital camera…so much capability that so few people fully comprehend! From learning the various camera controls

Instructor: Gary Knight

to exercising the options of how and when they are best used,

Have you completed Gary Knight’s introductory level Digital

students in this nuts and bolts class will gain the confidence

Photography class and want to expand your photographic

needed to capture that perfect instant. Learn to use your own

knowledge? Charge up your camera batteries and take your

digital camera or use one of our Nikon D3000 loaners in order to

photography skills up a level. This class will consist of 4 sessions

get the most out of this series of hands-on discussions and photo

comprised of a short classroom lecture, an hour of shooting to

shoots. Bring your own SD card. For more about Gary’s work,

work to the day’s topic, returning to the classroom to do post

visit garydknightphotography.com.

capture work, and finish with a short review and critique of your

Section A: Wednesdays [4 weeks]

images. Learning to see light, textures, proper composition, and

August 23 – September 13, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

post capture processing are the topics that will be covered. You

Section B: Thursdays [4 weeks]

will get more out of the class if you have a laptop with photo

August 24 – September 14, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

software installed so you can adjust your images upon returning

Section C: Tuesdays [4 weeks] October 3 – 24

to class. Use your own SLR camera or use one of our Nikon

6:30 – 9:30 pm

D3000 loaners but bring your own SD card. For more about the

Prerequisites: None

Gary’s work, visit garydknightphotography.com.

Class fees by level: I – $49

Mondays [4 weeks] September 11 – October 2 6:00 - 9:00 pm Prerequisites: Students must have completed Gary Knight’s introductory Digital Photography class at the Crafts Center. Class fees by level: I – $49

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III – $87


THE 9TH ANNUAL PINHOLE CAMERA CHALLENGE [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Katy Walls

The tradition continues! Now open to everyone 18 years or older. Grab a friend or family member and register for this fun weekend of picture taking. It’s a magical process and a great way to see campus life through a different “lens!” Build Your Camera: Bring one or even two well–made, light-tight containers anytime from 4:00 – 8:00 pm Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, September 27, 28 or 29, to make your cameras. Oatmeal boxes, shoe boxes, Altoid® cans, metal tins of all types and even a small pumpkin have been transformed into cameras in the past…use your imagination! Plan on spending an hour to make your camera!

Take Your Pictures: Drop by any time on the Challenge Days – Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1, from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm [preferably early in the day]. We advise that you come early and make a day of it! Load your camera with photographic paper, practice a little, and go anywhere on campus to take your pictures. Then head back to the Crafts Center to process your own original prints. Take as many pictures as you wish until the 4:00 pm stop time. Wear good shoes – you’ll be doing lots of walking!

Win Prizes: • For NC State students: FREE crafts class of choice will be awarded to both the Judge’s Choice and People’s Choice winners [two winners] for the photos that best capture the spirit

of NC State! [max. value $58] plus a Crafts Center T–shirt. • For non–students: Crafts Center T–Shirt awarded to the People’s Choice winner.

PINHOLE CAMERAS CAN BE MADE OUT OF JUST ABOUT ANYTHING!

See all the details on our website: crafts.arts.ncsu.edu. Registration fee: Only $10.00 for NC State students [Level I] $20.00 for non–students [Levels II and III] Registration Deadline: Friday, September 29 Challenge Days: Saturday and Sunday, September 30 and October 1, 9:30 am – 4:00 pm Photo Exhibition: October 9 – November 10 [Winners to be announced on Friday, November 3] Prerequisites: None

The Crafts Center photography lab features 12 photo enlarger stations and a full array of professional-level darkroom equipment.

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HOW TO USE WOODSHOP MACHINES AND HANDTOOLS

Wood Woodturning CNC Router

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MAKING THE LONGBOARD SKATEBOARD DECK

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Instructors: Zach Gregory and Tal Bevacqua

Instructor: Hilary Smith

Interested in woodworking and have never been exposed to

No experience needed. Intensely hands-on! Make a custom-

the larger machines, tools and processes? Students in this

sized longboard skateboard you can ride and enjoy for years.

introductory hands-on class will learn the skill sets of machine

Students will learn to laminate plys of Baltic birch into the

woodworking while constructing a floating top table suitable for

necessary complex curves. The form will then be cut with the

use at home or in any residence hall room. Class fee includes

band saw, drilled, routed and sanded to final shape. By the end of

wood, hardware and use of tools during class.

the three classes, you will have a finished longboard deck ready

Section A: Zach Gregory

for wheels. The class fee includes Baltic birch plywood, glue and

Section B: Tal Bevacqua

use of all tools to make one board of your own design [trucks and

Wednesdays [6 weeks] August 16 – September 20

wheels not included].

6:30 – 9:30 pm

Mondays [3 weeks] September 11 – 25, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Thursdays [6 weeks] September 21 – November 2

Prerequisites: none

[skip Oct. 5], 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Class fees by level: I– $52

II – $75

Prerequisite: None Furniture Making

Class fees by level: I – $93

II – $139

MARQUETRY [WORKSHOP]

III – $151

Scroll Sawing

IMAGES AND SCRIPT: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SHOPBOT CNC ROUTER

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Instructor: Stephen Reeves Power Tools

No experience needed! Have you ever wanted to make the lovely imagery or floral inserts used in fine furniture and intricately detailed pictures? You can! Not only will students in this hands– on workshop learn the history of this ancient art form, they will

Students will design imagery, create tool paths and execute

also cut veneer with hand–operated fret saws and knives while

basic cuts. CAD [computer–aided design] software will be used

creating their own beautiful marquetry picture. A $25 materials

to develop imagery before setting up the machine to cut and

fee payable to the instructor at the end of the workshop covers

inlay designs into matching pockets on contrasting hardwood.

veneer and use of all tools needed to complete one picture.

Engraving of script and other designs will be explored to

Additional supplies will be available for purchase.

embellish wooden plaques. Class fee includes practice wood

Saturday, September 9, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

and cutting furnished during the class. You must provide your

Sunday, September 10, :00 am – 5:00 pm

own bits for use outside of class.

Prerequisite: None

Section A: Thursdays [3 weeks] August 17 – 31, 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Class fees by level: I – $62

Section B: Tuesdays [3 weeks] October 3 – 17, 6:30 – 9:30 pm Prerequisites: Must be proficient in digital drafting and related digital creativity Class fees by level: I – $42

II – $65

III – $71

Please note the prerequisite level of each class and workshop. Due to safety issues, beginning students are not allowed to take intermediate or advanced-level classes.

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PROJECTS IN WOOD

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Instructor: Tim Bevacqua

Instructor: David Trueblood

After completing the introductory woodworking class, are you

This step stool is designed to make tall things more accessible

eager to get started on your next woodworking project? From

using the bottom step and as a stool for sitting using the

a plan and materials of your choice, discussion on the first night

top. The cross-members and dovetailed steps make this step

is aimed at getting you going. From there, this class will be all

stool sturdy. Class members will use both machinery and hand

hands-on, requiring possible time outside of class to complete

tools to complete the project. Practice laying out, cutting and

your project. Expect to spend $50 – $125 for materials, depending

assembling dovetails before tackling the main project. The step

on choice of project and wood used.

stool can be left natural or painted to suit the maker’s taste.

Section A: Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 22 – September 26

Saturdays [6 weeks] August 26 – September 30

6:30 – 9:30 pm

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Section B: Tuesdays [6 weeks] October 24 – November 28

Prerequisites: Completion of an introductory woodworking

6:30 – 9:30 pm

class with basic woodworking skills

Prerequisite: Completion of an introductory woodworking

Class fees by level: I – $73

class with basic woodworking skills

Includes semester membership for this studio

Class fees by level: I – $68

II – $114

II – $103

III – $111

III – $126

Includes semester membership for this studio

SCROLL SAW ORNAMENTS [WORKSHOP]

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Instructor: Zach Gregory This class involves pushing the boundaries of what furniture and woodworking can be. Break away from traditional plans and dive

Let’s make some ornaments before the holiday rush! At the end

into sculptural forms and contemporary ideas . Please bring a rough

of this 2–day scroll saw workshop, you will bring home multiple

set of plans to first class along with an open mind and willingness

handmade ornaments: 2–D, 3–D, layered, ones that hang, ones

to experiment and have fun. Plan to spend around $75 – $200

that stand, or in whatever form you can think of! Wood and

for materials, depending on choice of project and wood used.

supplies provided.

Wednesdays [5 weeks] September 27 – October 25

Friday, October 27: 6:30 – 9:30 pm and

6:30 – 9:30 pm

Saturday, October 28: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Prerequisites: Completion of an introductory woodworking

Prerequisites: none

class with intermediate woodworking skills

Class fees by level: I – $48

II – $71

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Class fees by level: I – $59

II – $97

INSTRUCTOR, MARIA LAI, MAKING SMALL BOXES

III – $106

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Instructor: Maria Lai

WOODTURNING

Puzzles, portraiture, and layer-built imagery – all of these can be

Instructors: Bill Wallace and Jim Wallace

created out of colorful woods with the help of the scroll saw.

Turn wooden bowls and spindles! Students will have the

Gain confidence in scroll sawing as you work to complete a basic

opportunity to explore the very different experiences found in

project. Once the machine is mastered, explore more advanced

turning the side grain of a spindle and the end grain found in

techniques, work with more advanced patterns and even create

making a bowl. The class fee includes plenty of wood and use of

imagery of your own design. Class fee includes wood and use of

lathe tools during class and studio.

tools during class.

Visit Bill’s website: newlightwoodworks.com and Jim’s website

Thursdays [4 weeks] September 28 – October 26

at: jimwallacewoodturning.com

[skip Oct. 5], 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Tuesdays [6 weeks] August 22 – September 26 6:30 – 9:30 pm

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $49

The Crafts Center wood shop is one of the best in its class. With hundreds of tools and top-of-the-line machines, the shop is a destination for many of the area’s finest woodworkers.

II – $79

III – $87

Class fees by level: I – $91

II – $137

III – $149

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Special Classes and Events The Crafts Center has a number of special classes and events, many of which are not yet scheduled. Please check Facebook, Twitter and our website for up-to-date announcements.

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Bicycle Maintenance CRAFTernoons Local Artists Series Annual Crafts Fair

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Instructor: Deborah Rodgers For NC State students only. Learn to cut, foil and solder flat glass using the Tiffany copper foil method while making a simple sun catcher. Students in this beginning level class will also create instructor. The class fee includes all glass and materials used to make the sun catcher and panel.

Would you like to learn to play the guitar? For both electric and

Section C [for NC State students only]: Fridays [7 weeks]

acoustic guitar, students in this introductory class will build the

August 25 – October 20 [skip Sept.15], 9:45 am – 12:15 pm

basic foundation of chords and rhythm needed to play their

Class fees: $97

favorite songs. No prior knowledge of music is required! [The

Includes semester membership for this studio

Crafts Center has three electric guitars and one acoustic guitar for use during class by the first students registered who do not have their own instrument.] Repeat students welcome. Please check our website for class schedule and updates. Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $29

II – $45

III – $48

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INTRODUCTION TO THE POTTER’S WHEEL

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Instructor: Jo Ellen Westmoreland For NC State students only. Would you like to learn how to work on the pottery wheel? This class is a perfect introduction to working in our Clay Studio and covers the fundamentals of throwing basic forms: wedging, centering, pulling and shaping walls to make cylinder forms, mugs and bowls. Then learn to

Say goodbye to expensive bike repairs and learn to properly

trim and glaze to create finished pots. Practice time outside of

maintain your own bike. [Participating NC State students will

class is strongly suggested to develop throwing skills. Class fee

receive access to our repair facility for their entire college career!]

includes one 25 lb. bag of clay, firing, and use of studio tools

Whether you are a competitive racer or just a casual rider, this

needed during class.

class will provide you with the necessary skills to replace/repair

Section E: [for NC State Students only] Fridays [6 weeks]

flats, lubricate drive–trains, tune brakes and derailleurs, true

August 25 – September 29, 9:45 am – 12:15 pm

wheels, and much more. Please bring your own bikes.

Class fees: $81

Please check our website for class schedule and updates.

Includes semester membership for this studio

Prerequisites: none Class fees by level: I – $30 II – $45

III – $49

Artist, Joumana Medlej

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Instructor: Zach Gregory For NC State students only. Learn to spin wood in this rapidfire, intensively hands-on introduction to the lathe and all of the many shapes that it can make. Emphasis will be on experiencing

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making concepts rather than in making the perfect form. On Friday, we’ll turn a small bowl and matching chopsticks. On Saturday, expect a fast-paced day of making a goblet, lidded box and maybe even a spinning top or two! Class fee includes all wood and tools for use in this class. [for NC State Students only] Friday, October 20: 6:30 – 9:30 pm and Saturday, October 21: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm Class fees: $57

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For NC State Students Only Don’t have time to commit to a full–length crafts class? Come join us for an afternoon of fun and learning. Register for one or more sessions! Class fee: $10 per session. All supplies included. [Studio membership not included.]

All classes are on Fridays from 4 – 7 pm. Session A – Clay Bowl: Try your hands at the potter’s wheel, making a clay bowl during this fun crafternoon activity! Students will pick their favorite piece to be glazed and finished in the Crafts Center’s gas kiln! September 1

Session B – Squish Dishes: Roll slabs and play with texture to create two pieces – each to be glazed and finished in the Crafts Center’s gas and raku kilns! September 1

Session C – DNA Pendant and Earrings: Learn basic wire wrapping techniques to craft a scientifically accurate DNA pendant and earrings from craft wire and beads.

STUDENTS ENJOYING A CHAIN MAIL BRACELET CRAFTERNOON CLASS

September 8

Session D – Hanging Wood Planter: Make a small hanging planter for your room to house a small, self–sufficient air plant. September 15

Team-Building and Group Activities

Session E – Wood-Turned Bowl: Use the wood lathe to turn and block of poplar into the perfect little bowl.

The Crafts Center is the perfect place to host your next group event! The Center offers a range of activities for students,

October 13

Session F – Glass Holiday Ornament: Cut and solder stained glass to create a simple

faculty/staff, alumni, corporations and the general public throughout the year. Call us today at 919.515.2457 and learn how we can help facilitate your next event!

holiday ornament. October 27

Session G – Watercolor Pears: Learn fun watercolor painting techniques while painting a beautiful still life of pears. November 3

Session H – Hot Glass Beads: Learn to use the lampwork torches to make colorful glass beads. December 1

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Joumana Medlej: Art in Times of Crisis The Crafts Center is proud to work in collaboration with the NC State’s Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies and Arts NC State to host artist-in-residence, Joumana Medlej. Joumana’s visual language is based on Kufi calligraphy, the first great Arabic script, now largely forgotten even by native speakers. She received the essence of Kufi while working with master calligrapher Samir Sayegh, and went on to gain a deep understanding of it through her own practice and research. The stylized, repeated words that make up each art piece endow it with the script’s intrinsic qualities – an inner consonance of shapes and proportions that reflects classical teachings on beauty, making each of them a self-contained whole, a world with its own natural laws. Joumana will conduct several workshops and special sessions during her week here on campus. Please check our website for details and events!

September 17 – 23: Workshops and class sessions August 15 – October 30: Exhibited works in the R. A. Bryan Foundation WOODTURNED GIFT ITEMS BY STEVE DRIGGERS

Gallery at the Crafts Center OPENING RECEPTION: September 18th from 5:30 – 7:30 pm Please join us at the Crafts Center for a special evening! Artist in residence, Joumana Medlej, will give a talk and presentation of her work. Sponsored by the Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies and Arts NC State. Light hors d’oeuvres and beverages served at reception to follow.

PHOTOS BY STEVEN POWELL

The Annual Crafts Fair Join us for the 33rd Annual Holiday Crafts Fair! Enjoy one-of-a-kind works by more than 40 of the Center’s local artists representing a variety of media: clay, fibers, glass, jewelry, sculpture, painting, wood, photography and more! This is THE holiday event of the season! Come shop and mingle and meet the artists!

Saturday, November 18, 2017 Refreshments and free parking! Admission: $2/person, $5/family

“LONGING” BY JOUMANA MEDLEJ

“DICE2” BY JOUMANA MEDLEJ

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Registration and Membership

Membership: Join the Crafts Center! Studio memberships are available for purchase by those not taking a class, provided they have

The Crafts Center is primarily funded by NC State University student fees and community participation. The programs and facilities are available to everyone with the following qualifications: must be 18 or older or current NC State student and must have health insurance. Crafts Center classes are extra-curricular, non-credit classes.

sufficient experience and knowledge to work independently in the studio. First–time users must complete an orientation before purchasing a membership. Membership to the Crafts Center entitles members full access to special events and their studio of choice during open hours and when a class is not in session. [The Center’s schedule runs on the official NC State University schedule.]

Classes and Membership Fee Levels

Registration and Payment ONLINE ONLY Registration and payments must be conducted online via our e–commerce site:

LEVEL I

https://www.crafts.arts.ncsu.edu/register. Credit and debit cards only.

Cancellations Most of our classes fill quickly so there is often a wait list. Late notice cancellations require considerable processing and labor to try and fill the reserved seat. Therefore, cancellations under 10 days are not able to be refunded unless we can fill the space. • If cancellation occurs 10 or more days prior to the start of a class, a 75% refund of payment will be issued; 25% of payment is assessed for processing charge. • If cancellation occurs less than 10 days prior to the start of a class, a refund cannot be issued unless the space can be filled. If the space is able to be filled, a 50% refund of payment will be issued.

Fee–paying, enrolled NC State Students

LEVEL II

Affiliates: alumni, parents of currently–enrolled NC State students,

NC State employees, retired NC State faculty/staff, Centennial partners,

non–fee paying NC State students, OLLI members, senior citizens [60+],

active and retired military [Does not apply to spouses.]

LEVEL III

General public

*Annual Membership We are now offering an annual membership! Annual memberships are 10% off the total cost of semester–based [individual] memberships, therefore they offer overall savings, especially to members who use the Center year-round. [Non-refundable, one-time annual payment]

Absences

Annual Membership Inclusions and Benefits

To receive an optimal experience and get the most out of the class, attendance is important as there

• Full access to the studio in which you are registered

are no provisions for make-up sessions for missed classes.

• Open invitation to attend special events, lectures,“Lunch’ n Learn” sessions, etc. • 10% savings over purchasing per-semester memberships individually

Classes and Workshops Classes Classes are available in varying session lengths as an ongoing study in a specific studio. For classes

Membership Fees: Individually Per Semester and Annually

that are 15 hours and over, students will have access to the studio in which they are enrolled for

FALL

SPRING

INDIVIDUALLY

the duration of the semester. For classes less than 15 hours, students have the option to sign up for

LEVEL I

$58

$48

$58

$164

$148

other classes and/or purchase a membership.

LEVEL II

$92

$82

$92

$266

$239

Workshops Workshops are focused sessions that are held for several consecutive days. The Center often adds specialty workshops, so check our website often for updates. Workshops do not include additional studio access; however, students will have access to the studio during the time in which the

LEVEL III

$114

$104

$114

$332

$299

workshop is being conducted.

*SUMMER

*ANNUAL SPECIAL

*Summer sessions are discounted due to the shorter summer schedule.

FIBER STUDIO ONLY Membership Fees: Individually Per Semester and Annually

Parking

FALL

7 a.m. and 5 p.m., you’ll need to either purchase a parking permit or pay hourly. Parking in the deck

LEVEL I

$25

is free after 5 p.m. and on weekends. To purchase a permit, visit the “About” section of our

LEVEL II

$45

LEVEL III

$50

Visitor parking is available in the Coliseum Parking Deck. If you visit campus on a weekday between

website. Please note that parking on the streets is for employee or NC State residence hall permits only – all others may be fined or towed.

*SUMMER

SPRING

INDIVIDUALLY

$22

$25

$72

$40

$45

$130

$117

$45

$50

$145

$130

*ANNUAL SPECIAL

$65

Supplies Class supply costs are included unless otherwise noted.

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Our Staff Meet the Crafts Center administrative staff and studio managers who make it all happen! CAROL FOUNTAIN NIX, DIRECTOR Carol joined the Crafts Center as the new director in March 2017 but she is not new to NC State. She received her MA from the College of Design and eventually taught there as the Associate Professor of the Practice, where she lead multi-disciplinary professional practices courses in design. She has an extensive business/marketing background as an entrepreneur and retail product designer, having owned her own business for over 20 years. She is a practicing artist as a calligrapher and mixed media painter. Carol will be teaching several classes in calligraphy/lettering as well as speaking on topics such as “The Business of Art.” Please visit: carolfountainnix.com to view some of Carol’s work.

Here at the people’s university, we welcome all people

JO ELLEN WESTMORELAND, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

regardless of ethnicity, race, national origin, age, gender,

Jo Ellen believes that finding creativity can improve your quality of life. It is something she knows to

sexual orientation, socioeconomic background, religion or

be true, having taught clay classes at the Crafts Center for over a decade. Jo Ellen oversees the glass, lapidary, jewelry, fibers and art-on-paper studios and manages the Center’s front desk.Her devotion to

disability. While these may be things we choose to identify

learning over the years has helped her nurture many wonderful friendships and memories both as a

ourselves as, they do not define us. Instead, we choose to

teacher and crafts lover. With pottery and needlework at the top of the list, Jo Ellen has a variety of skills

be defined by our excellence and our commitment to growth.

to share with NC State students and her local community of over 35 years. DUSTY FLETCHER, PROGRAM ASSISTANT Dusty Fletcher is the hardworking engine behind the Crafts Center’s Registration and Bookkeeping. Her dedicated and helpful attitude has kept things running behind the scenes since summer of 2006. As a mother of three and resident of North Carolina for over 45 years, Dusty loves being surrounded by the wide and unique variety of students and community members the Crafts Center serves. Quilting, beading, and handmade books are just a few of the craft hobbies that Dusty enjoys. Surrounded by creativity, she looks forward to further growth and development at the Crafts Center.

Because diversity is what makes our lives richer and gives us the chance to advance our university, NC State will continue striving to be more diverse in hopes of creating a culture that values empathy, respect, tolerance and equality for all. In doing this, we hope to serve as pioneers in a much

JENNIFER SIEGEL, CLAY STUDIO MANAGER Jennifer’s contagious enthusiasm for “everything clay” started in 2003 when she began studying ceramics at Anderson University in South Carolina. Jennifer has served as the Clay Studio Manager since August of 2012. She has worked extensively to develop the studio’s class offerings and enhance the studio’s facilities. Jennifer has become a master of her craft, exhibiting in galleries throughout the area with her personable, eccentric style of creating. You can learn more about Jennifer and her work at: clayvoyant.com. ZACHARY GREGORY, WOODSHOP MANAGER As a Raleigh native, Zach graduated with a BFA in Sculpture from the Cleveland Institute of Art in 2014 where he gained knowledge in woodworking, metalworking, casting and fabrication. Zach also worked in many shops, galleries, and museums and began doing commissioned work for clients. Zach took the position of Wood Studio Manager in 2014, which brought him back to North Carolina. He has been passionately working on improvements to the shop and fulfilling the visionary mission of the Crafts Center by adding new courses and initiatives that engage students. Please visit: stedfastdesigns.com to view Zach’s portfolio.

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larger way, paving the road for a more diverse and inclusive world – both at home and abroad.” NC State University Chancellor, W. Randolph Woodson


Give to the Crafts Center Your gift to the NC State Crafts Center plays an essential role in providing arts education to all of NC State’s students and to the greater Triangle community. We offer different ways to support the Crafts Center so you can choose the one that’s best for you. Other personalized opportunities, such as endowments and facilities naming opportunities are also possibilities.

Ways to Give CASH GIFTS Cash gifts are the simplest for a donor to value for tax purposes. You can make a gift today online, by phone, in person or by mail. An unrestricted donation to the Crafts Center Enhancement Fund goes to helping maintain the facilities and equipment in each studio. For example, in the woodshop, we recently replaced some older equipment with new machines that have safety stops, which has saved us replacement blade costs – and fingers! The Crafts Center has a vast number of machines that are costly to maintain. Your contribution keeps everything running efficiently so our students and patrons can concentrate on their amazing creations.

STOCK GIFTS A gift of appreciated securities, including stocks and bonds, is an easy way for you to make a gift to the Crafts Center. These gifts provide both significant tax and financial benefits, such as bypassing capital gains taxes and providing income tax deductions.

GIFTS-IN-KIND We accept gifts-in-kind for those who want to donate equipment, artwork, furniture, supplies or materials that can be used by our many programs. Gifts of tangible items can help us broaden our course curriculum and enhance the learning experience.

MATCHING GIFTS Many companies and foundations will double or even triple the value of charitable gifts made by employees and their spouses, board members, and retirees. To find out if a particular company or foundation has a matching gift program,

Donate to the Crafts Center today and give the gift of life-long learning.

please visit matchinggifts.com/ncsu. If you work for a matching gift company, please check with your Human Resources department to see if you are eligible.

Your valued contribution will help keep the Center

PLANNED GIVING

running safely and efficiently with updated

A bequest is one of the easiest gifts you can make to significantly impact the Crafts Center. Your estate planning attorney

equipment and facilities, improved classroom

can include a provision in your will that leaves a lasting impact on the Center and its programs. It’s also easy to designate beneficiaries for assets such as a retirement plan, life insurance policy, bank accounts and investment funds.

experiences and the ability to add more classes and specialty events.

CONTACT To set up your donation or discuss your giving plans, please contact: Jill Orr, Director of Development 919.513.4101 or jhorr2@ncsu.edu.

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Fall Schedule *Please note key registration dates! 2017 October 5 – 8 *July 17 9:05 a.m.

Crafts Center closed – Fall Break

Registration opens for NC State students *August 7 9:05 a.m.

October 14 University Open House

Open registration begins for all. Registration for NC State students resumes

August 10–11

* November 13 9:05 a.m. Spring 2018 registration for NC State students begins

Woodturners Guild Conference/Workshop Featuring: Mark St. Leger

November 18 33rd Annual Crafts Fair

August 15 Crafts Center opens for fall semester, 12 pm Open House, 4 – 6 pm

November 22 – 26 Crafts Center closed – Thanksgiving Break * December 4 9:05 a.m.

August 15 – Oct. 30 Gallery exhibition: Joumana Medlej: “Art in a Time of Crisis” Artist Presentation/Reception: September 28, 5:30pm

August 19

Spring 2018 registration for all begins. Registration for NC State students resumes

2018 Jan. 4

Packapalooza 12 – 6 pm

Crafts Center opens for spring semester

August 26 Gregg Museum grand opening

September 2 – 4

Jan. 13–15 Crafts Center closed – Martin Luther King Day

Crafts Center closed – Labor Day

September 15 – 17 Parents and Families Weekend

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INSTRUCTOR, DEBORAH RODGERS, DEMONSTRATING STAINED GLASS CUTTING

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crafts.arts.ncsu.edu We frequently add classes and events. Find out more about upcoming events, workshops, and special offerings on our website. You may also REGISTER and purchase memberships on our site.


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The Crafts Center is part of the University’s visual and performing arts programs – Arts NC State – under the Division of Academic and Student Affairs.

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Dr. Mike Mullen Vice Chancellor and Dean, Academic and Student Affairs Rich Holly Executive Director, Arts NC State Carol Fountain Nix Director, Crafts Center

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NC State Crafts Center Fall 2017 Catalog  

A wealth of classes offered at NC State University's own Crafts Center!

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