Friday March 27th: 1:30pm – 5:30pm
Saturday March 28th: 9am – 1pm
This is a two-day workshop.
Guthrie Lead Carpenter Nate Saul
Guthrie Staff Carpenter Molly Diers
Working with steel is quickly becoming virtually a prerequisite for employment at many scene shops around the country. The techniques of this incredibly versatile and useful skill transfer easily to industries besides technical theatre, and its applications are widespread indeed.
This workshop does not assume any prior knowledge of steelworking. However, given the fact that steelworking is easy to learn impossible to improve without real-world practice time, this workshop is also tremendously useful for those who wish to hone their skills. Our experienced instructors will provide instruction, suggestions and techniques rooted in years of actual practice.
All work will be done with gas wire-feed MIG welders, and the material used will be 16ga and 18ga steel. All materials, tools and safety equipment will be provided.
Normally a $300 cost, we are able to offer this at a $220 reduction or 74% savings thanks to generous funding from the Minnesota State Arts Board via the Clean Water Land and Legacy Amendment and the generous support of the Guthrie Theater Scene Shop.
We are committed to making working in the arts accessible to everyone. If this cost is a financial hardship to you, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about scholarship opportunities.
All Bedlam Members receive a 20% discount.
Guthrie Staff Members also receive a 20% discount!
*Photos may be taken at this event for Technical Tools of the Trade promotional use.