TALK and its STEAM partners, Marwood Veneer, and Woodcraft, are pleased to invite you to participate in a class to build a mini-cruiser, skateboard, or longboard Saturday March 19 and Sunday, March 20, at the Indiana State Museum (ISM) in Indianapolis from 1:00 to 5:30. Recently, there was a “Rad Science: Skatepark Physics” Exhibition at the ISM, which ended January 3, 2016.
Teaching the class will be Master Skateboard Builder, Brian La Vallee who is a Technology and Art teacher at Lake Placid Middle High School in New York. Brian will demonstrate a “hot knife” method for making foam molds that he has used for years in his skateboard building classes at the High School. Assisting will be Al Huls, veteran store manager and woodworker of Woodcraft in Indianapolis, and Jim Martin President of Marwood, Inc. in Jeffersonville, Indiana.
Each participant will design and build their very own custom skateboard deck.
The cost of the class to make your own deck is $135 for a Mini Cruiser, $150 for a Skateboard, or $170 for a Longboard. If you are under the age of 18 your parent must attend, but at no cost. All supplies, including trucks & bearings, are included in the fee. The maximum class size is 15 participants.
Please call Cece to register at (812) 288-8344 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org