New England School Of Metalwork
7 Albiston Way
Auburn, Maine 04210
The New England School of Metalwork is a full 501 C3 non-profit educational facility devoted to the promotion and strengthening of metalworking skills. Located in beautiful Auburn, Maine, the concept of the school was developed by Maine Oxy and Dereck Glaser, a local artisan metalsmith. After several years of individuals inquiring about ornamental and artistic metalworking instruction, the decision was made to build the school. We set to the task of designing and planning a metalworking studio/lab with forging, blacksmithing, metal sculpture and welding technologies as the main source of inspiration. Plans were drawn, budgets were established and away we went to building the school.
Haywood Community College
185 Freedlander Drive
Clyde, North Carolina 28721
For more than 30 years, Haywood’s Professional Craft program has played a key role in the cultural and economic development of Western North Carolina. We offer groundbreaking, innovative studio programs in clay, fiber, jewelry, and wood. Students come to Haywood from across the United States in order to explore the creative spirit, develop sound technical expertise, and sharpen marketing and business skills. Through a unique blend of studio experience, classroom education, and hands-on business experiences, students achieve the skills necessary to become viable independent studio craftspeople or to become valuable, skilled employees in the expanding craft industry.
19 Kuhn Road
Layton, New Jersey 07851
Peters Valley Craft Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation, founded in 1970 in partnership with the National Park Service to promote and encourage education and excellence in craft. From our humble beginnings as an artist colony to our recognition today as an internationally renowned center of fine craft, our presence in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area defines Peters Valley and the experience for our visitors, resident artists and students.