- Remember that CanIRON 8 offers registered members not only the chance to SEE - but also to DO.
HANDS ON WORKSHOPS
This separate area (the red & white tent) has one 'masters' forge plus six additional forge work stations. These stations have a coal forge, anvil and basic set of hand tools.)
1) Three hour long sessions run Thursday afternoon, plus both morning & afternoon of Friday / Saturday, plus Sunday morning.
2) Those interested should already have basic level forge skills as a minimum. Although some basic level tools are available, those wishing to participate are strongly suggested to bring their own personal hand tools. Forge suitable clothing and safety glasses are a requirement.
3) Participants will be chosen by lottery before each session. Names will be drawn from those submitted, to occur after the evening meal, the night before a particular session. Those names will also be posted on the central notice board.
The exception will be Jake Powning's session on Thursday afternoon. Those interested should gather at the Workshop area for the class start at 1:30. The draw will take place at that time.
Of course others will be free to observe these sessions from outside the rope line.
Thursday : 1:30 - 4:30
6 students, intermediate level
Friday : 9 - 12
Laminating for Tool Making
6 students, intermediate level (forge welding experience not required)
Friday : 1:30 - 4:30
6 students, basic level
Saturday : 9 - 12
Gate Elements 1
6 students, intermediate level (different class than Gate 2)
Saturday : 1:30 - 4:30
Forging an Acanthus Leaf
6 students, basic level, a materials fee may apply
Sunday : 9 - 12
Gate Elements 2 / Assemble
6 students, intermediate level (different class than Gate 1)
In the evenings (Thurs/Fri/Sat) The SIX work stations will be available for pick up work, inspiration, or just plain messing around. There will be teaching supervision provided in the evenings from 7 - 9 pm only.�