The NWBA Mentoring Center event planned for August 8, 2015 has been changed. Previously there was to be a hardy tool making work party and open forge, but we have enough hardy tools now! So, it is a great opportunity for us to catch up on a much needed inventory of the tools we do have. Please join us at the […]
Come join MFA in AC&D 2016 candidate Annie Aube on a walking tour of Leland Iron Works. The walking tour will delve into the history and conceptual nature of Lee Kelly’s work as well as the natural history of the land. Walking is the basis for much of Aube’s work, and the tour will incorporate […]
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Anvils ringing, exhaust fan roaring, and a half-dozen Chinese teenagers commenting on each other’s work and clamoring for advice from “Mr. Steve”: To me, that made a perfect holiday. Blacksmithng outreach — introducing new people to the craft — is as much fun as anything can be. Outreach activities like spending a day with Boy […]
April 10th, 1942 – April 26th, 2015 It is with a heavy heart that we recently learned of Richard Tinder’s passing. Richard had been serving on the board of the NWBA since January 2014 and had been a member for many years. He spent most of his working career as the Metal Shop Instructor at […]