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June Chapter Meeting - Carveture Shop Tour

JUNE CHAPTER MEETING

Exploring the Contemporary Process of Woodcarving

Carveture Shop Tour AND Announcements of Parklet Design Competition finalists!

Wednesday, June 21 - 5:30-7:30 pm
(at the end of N Brooklyn Ave. in Glenwood)

Hosted by Joe and Eric at Carveture, our Chapter Meeting for June takes us inside a working design studio and modern production facility on the Northeast edge of Glenwood. Down a small gravel lane, inside an unassuming red building originally constructed for craftsmen who hand-fabricated pipe organs, Carveture has reclaimed the craft in woodcarving for the 21st century.

Explore and learn how this facility uses the modern machine in place of mallet+chisel for architectural wall panels, doors, and expressive trim decoration. Presentation and tour of this creative space begins at 6:00 with complementary light snacks and drinks available from 5:30.

For additional information about this venue, visit their website at www.carveture.com

In addition to the tour/presentation, the finalists for the Parklet Design Competition will be announced at the start of the program!!!  If you are interested in submitting an entry, the deadline is Friday June 16th.  Find more information and the application packet here:  www.aiaswo.org/parklet

Agenda:

5:30 Social hour
6:00 Announcement of Parklet Design Competition finalists!!!
6:15 Program
7:15 Discussion/Q+A
7:30 Conclusion

Costs:
Free program (no credit)
$10 Credit (1 HSW)

Dinner:

This month's chapter meeting will not offer dinner. Complementary light refreshments will be available. (There is a possiblity of a Food Truck - Stay Tuned)

Learning Objectives: (1 HSW available)

1. Compare the techniques, aesthetics, and possibilities of traditional woodcarving vs. digital/CNC fabrication.

2. Consider the opportunity to repurpose reclaimed/salvaged materials and give them a new and/or unique application through CNC fabrication/alteration.

3. Explore how designers can utilize CNC fabrication techniques to add visual interest to standard building materials that meet fire/life/safety requirements for rated construction types/assemblies.

4. Consider how working with local artisans/fabricators can contribute to sustainability goals for the project and for the community as a whole.  

 

Earlier Event: June 21
ATA Construction Tour
Later Event: June 22
Eugene Springfield CoLA Meeting