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You can contact the organizer via the event if you are interested in a particular class or email [email protected] If you already have training on this equipment and just need to be checked off to use it as a member, sign up for one of our testing sessions.
Each of our two-week programmes is made up of between two and four academically-rigorous courses; one-week options are also available.
YOU can control what to see on our Telluride webcam!
* Change the view by hitting the 'Control Now' button on the bottom right of the picture.* Once the button turns green and says "in control", click "Select preset" right beside it (grey box).* That will provide you with 6 different views of Telluride. that means someone else is controlling and your in queue to be next. Stay a while and check out the links below and see all that Telluride has to offer and how easy it is to plan and book your trip!
Assorted & Multimedia Bicycle Building & Maintenance Business & Marketing CAD, Design & Engineering CNC Prototyping & CAM Electronics & Robotics Fiber Arts Glass/Enameling Jewelry/Metalsmithing Machining Metalworking & Welding Screen Printing Woodworking ↑ Go To Top All classes at Artisan’s Asylum are 18 , open to the public and do not require membership to attend.
Each course includes classroom sessions (Monday to Friday), theme-related plenary lectures which explore new ideas and will extend your knowledge of your chosen subjects, and more general evening talks designed to add to your enjoyment and introduce you to other subjects.
9 – 22 July 2017 This programme offers a rich selection of courses on a range of past cultures and civilisations taught by leading experts and allows you to explore and immerse yourself in the latest thinking on ancient and classical worlds.
Paying particularly close attention to the words on the page, enthusiastic lecturers draw on writings of many different kinds and periods to offer a rich variety of voices and approaches.
Read more » 23 July – 5 August 2017 This programme gives you the chance to study in detail specific historical figures, periods and events.
Many of our students come to learn how to make at Artisan’s Asylum with no prior experience. Email our front desk team at [email protected] your questions.