Student Work: open project classes, highlighting current student work
The VWA offers students the opportunity to choose their own projects which can be worked on over the course of one term or several. Take a glimpse at some of the work that has been going on lately at the Meat Market in North Melbourne.
Erina is making a stepping stool from Blackwood timber using some through dowel joinery as a feature.
Liam is making a desk for his keyboard and has created a geometric pattern as the feature for the top. Made from stained and natural timbers the inlays are orientated in different directions and fitted one by one. Liam has made this over several terms under the guidance of our Tutors Bailey Farmer and Isabel Avendano.
Nic has been learning all about wood movement while making this solid timber herringbone door. Allowing for seasonal movement in the timber meant some strategically placed slotted screw holes for fixing the featured front to the frame.
Eugene is making a hallway bench seat using bridal joints as a feature to his frame work.
Sam with the help of Tutor and Tenant Isabel Avendano is gluing up some plywood drawers’ that will be part of a change table he is making.