Did you know that the oldest known musical instrument in the history of humankind is a flute? Learn how to craft your own Native American Flute and be amazed at the incredible sound it makes! In this workshop students will learn to bore, shape, sand, and finish a flute out of common and exotic woods. Techniques will also be taught to adorn the flute with wood burning, carvings, paints, stains, and more to make it uniquely personalized. This work shop is a great bonding experience for the instructor and student who collaborate on a design and work side-by-side to make an artful flute that can be handed down for generations.
Dates/time: Open enrollment - work at your own pace.
Ages: 16+ (under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
Instructor: Fred Ochoa
Campus location: Wood Shop
Materials: $25 materials fee first day of class paid to instructor.
Call Fred to register and for more information:
"Each flute has its own voice and calls out to people in different ways. I believe the true purpose for the flutes is healing. What could be better: beauty, art, and healing all in one thing."