Woodwork Classes Sydney
Woodwork classes in Sydney at Heartwood Creative. Learn woodworking skills. Create beautiful objects and furniture in wood. Master traditional hand tools and woodworking techniques.
Woodworking for the Creative at Heart
At Heartwood Creative Woodworking you can master the traditional skills of creating beautiful objects in wood.
Using finely crafted hand tools and state of the art machinery, you will discover your own surprising abilities, and find new levels of patience and appreciation for beauty in the items you craft by hand.
Our teachers have a broad range of professional skills including design, cabinet making, finishing and restoration, and teaching appointments in some of Australia and New Zealand's premier Wood Schools.
Make an appointment to meet owner and principal instructor Stuart Faulkner at the workshop located in Sydney's inner city suburb of Marrickville and see the possibilities.
8 x 8 Intro to Woodworking Course for Beginners
This course offers the best of both worlds! An introduction to hand tools and hand skills, woodworking techniques and the language of woodworking, plus supervised access to our machine room. This course is all about the basics, and a good place to start if you are waiting for a spot in one of our ongoing group classes. Further Information.
"thank you very much for the fantastic woodwork course you just took me through. I very much enjoyed myself over the past 8 weeks and I'm so proud of the projects I was able to take home with me at the end. It's more than I was expecting to be able to build in 8 weeks! Camilla 21 Sept, 2016
"I absolutely loved the intro course. I think you are doing great work, so keep it up!" Daniel 16 Sept, 2016
"Loving the classes. If I wasn't moving overseas I'd be signing up for the next course ASAP!" Nick 18 Aug, 2016
NEWS & EVENTS
It's Back to School
We were invited by Head of Visual Arts, Mr Isidoro Felman to present a lamination workshop at the Dulwich High School of Visual Arts and Design. Students made laminations with formers, improvised by wrapping ply around a bin and then tried their hand at freeform laminations. Each student then created their own unique design using pre-prepared laminations. Here are a few images of completed projects by talented students Sonnet and Laura, featuring Fijian Kauri, leather, chording and buckets full of youthful enthusiasm!