A205/A205A – Woodshop

Work in this shop requires the supervision of a Studio Manager or Lab Monitor at all times, as well as the completion of a safety training workshop.

The Woodshop is open to all members of the SMFA community, and offers fabrication and safety training in support of a wide variety of sculptural approaches. Whether you want to make stretcher bars for your paintings, frames for your prints, or structures for your installations, students get the support they need for projects. The shop is well-equipped to accommodate projects involving anything from woodcarving to furniture and guitar making, to installation work. A variety of hand tools are available to all students and students who have taken proper safety training gain access to the shop’s power tools.

Maximum Capacity – 4

Reservable Capacity – 3

Supervision – Monitored

Access Policy

Previously-trained and certified users may reserve time during monitored hours. Separate entry and exit doors. Users reserve one of three physically distanced work benches. Users have shared access to stationary tools, but must coordinate usage while maintaining physical distance. One-way circulation around stationary tools labeled with floor markings.


No new users trained this fall. New users will have access to the services offered by the studio, but will not have access to the studio itself.

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