Teaching and Preserving Heritage Crafts & Trades
About the school
The Waterford Heritage Crafts School seeks to teach and preserve heritage crafts and trades by offering classes to the public taught by experts in each field.
Classes will vary each session but will include topics such as quilting, weaving, pottery, furniture-making, basket weaving and blacksmithing.
Classes in building arts will also be provided including traditional construction methods, old and historic building restoration, and adaptive reuse.
Classes will include 12 hours of instruction over two days (Saturday-Sunday) and includes lunch each day. Course material will be designed for students ages 18 and up. Classes will be held in the Waterford National Historic Landmark either in or around Waterford Foundation buildings.
Interested in teaching at the Heritage Crafts School in 2018? See the Instructor page for more info.
2017 Class Information
Session 3: June 3-4
Session 4: July 8-9
2 days of instruction.
Saturday 9-12, 1-5
$175 per class.
Additional materials fee if applicable.
Discounts available for early registration and members.
Read the policies.