DetailsCome take a break from your normal week and be outrageous!Spend 3 days at MusicMedic.com with a group of your peers studying engraving with Ryan Walker. In this class setting, you will learn and practice several hand engraving techniques on a predetermined design. This course will include an overview of engraving techniques, a history of engraving and engravers, graver types, tool making/modifying, graver sharpening, workpiece holding, patterns, and pattern transfers. Participants will leave this immersive clinic with the basic knowledge and understanding of the art of hand engraving.No experience necessary, but this course would be best suited for those with an eye for detail and skill at drawing. Note that the nature of engraving involves handling very sharp tools, so there is some mild inherent risk associated.All supplies engraving supplies are provided. The materials fee ($200) includes a Sharpening Stone, various gravers, and handles, as well as engraving surfaces. Participants should bring something to take notes (computer or notebook), something to take photos (phone or camera), and a good attitude, and willingness to learn!
Clinic dates and registration:
Dates: August 5, 6, 7
Cost of Clinic: $600 plus $200 material fee.
Attendance is limited so register early; contact:
We are able to offer housing at a reduced rate should you need it. The cost is $75.00 per night per bed. You will stay with other participants in one of two downtown historic homes. In some cases, it may be necessary to share a room but not a bed. You need only what you would bring to a hotel, as amenities such as coffee, towels, soaps, linens, etc. are all provided. The homes are side by side and located within walking distance to downtown food and shops. The house has a modestly stocked kitchen for you to use.
Transportation to and from the airport is approximately $9.00 by Uber and $15 by Taxi.
Transportation to and from the Sax ProShop will be available daily at no charge.
It is very possible to attend this week and not rent or bring a car if you are comfortable walking 6 blocks to downtown.