On November 13th and 14th the AWGB is holding a virtual woodturning seminar featuring 12 turners from around the world.

This seminar will be virtual which means that you will be in the front row to enjoy the skills of some of the World’s best turners from the comfort of your own sofa. No need to travel many miles so, even better for our environment than ever before.

Each pre-recorded demonstration will last for 90 minutes. During the demonstration and for 30 minutes afterwards the demonstrators will be available to receive live chat questions. Sessions will run from 10.00 am until 8.00 pm (GMT) both days.  Each demonstration will only be broadcast live once but, all will be available for online viewing for 30 days after the seminar for paid subscribers.

Concurrent to the demonstrations there will also be breakout sessions covering various topics, where subscribers can ask questions on the topic or share their experience with others.   This will be an opportunity to share knowledge and experience, and to learn new and different methods from a wide variety of turners from around the world.

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Demonstrators

To find out more about each of our demonstrators please click on their photo.

Timetable

Saturday 13th November

Time Presenter Chatroom
9.30am
Opening address
10am
Jay Heryet - Thread chasing
Robert Sorby Demonstration and Q&A
12 noon
Emmet Kane
Ornamental turning
2pm
Pat Carroll - Decorated square platter
Thread chasing
4pm
Keith Gotschall - Hollywood bowl
Piercing
6pm
Jacques Vesery
Texturing
8pm
Michael Kehs - Burn texturing & fire sanding
10pm
End of day 1

Sunday 14th November

Time Presenter Chatroom
10am
Yann Marot
Club leadership discussion
12 noon
Joss Naigeon - Guardian Angels
Sharpening
2pm
Chris Fisher - Turning the outside of a bowl and colouring
Colouring
4pm
Mary Ashton - Pierced square platter
Resin casting
6pm
Tim Yoder - Branchwood vase
Jigs & fixtures
8pm
Margaret Garrard - Involuted turning
10pm
Closing address

All times are GMT
Subject to change please check back regularly

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