do what you love every day

Today’s blog post is a group of inspirational places, first North Bennet Street School, an amazing place that has been teaching the highest quality of craft skills since 1885

Another inspirational place is North House Folk School, I am hugely impressed by their work. See the website here

In Sweden the national folk craft school at Sateglantan is a very special almost magical place, I have spent time there three times including teaching two courses there, if you ever get the chance to go don’t miss it. website

and last one not craft related but another educational video which I find inspirational.

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2 Responses to do what you love every day

  1. TJIC October 31, 2012 at 10:36 am #

    It tickled my funny bone that I'm following a UK turner's blog, and I came across a video that I had not previously seen…of a school just down the road from me here in Boston, MA, US!I've taken a one week turning class at North Bennet Street School, and am thinking of taking off from work and taking a 3-month furniture making class.Good video, thanks.

  2. Clive McGoun November 1, 2012 at 5:41 pm #

    Inspirational stuff. If you don't know of it, 3rd Ward (http://www.3rdward.com/) looks like a really interesting project. Its founder, Jason Goodman, is interviewed here: http://bit.ly/MHy52u

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