Class will be held outside on our farm and in our open outdoor kitchen. A delicious lunch will be served from the wood-fired oven at Long Table Farm, and eaten off of Kiko’s wooden spoons and bowls!
Necessary precautions will be in place to ensure appropriate social distancing and current Covid safe protocols will be in place. Please indicate in the notes of your order if you have dietary restrictions and/or if you will be taking this class with a friend or family member who you can share a table with.
Price: $120, includes materials fee and tool rental (If the fee presents an obstacle for you, please email Eva and we’ll work something out.)
About the Instructor
Kiko has been a friend and mentor to us at Long Table Farm for many years. We are very inspired by his sculptural work in both wood and natural building as well as his skills as a teacher of craft! His commitment to folk arts also extends into the arts of storytelling, writing, and etymology which together help to provide a rich context for his work and our time together.
From Kiko: I have been a teaching artist for about 20 years; spoon carving since about 2010; I also turn bowls on a foot powered lathe. I started carving stone at ten, and went to Italy at 17 to carve marble. Bill Coperthwaite put a crooked knife in my hand during a 2007 yurt-building workshop. Few folks need a marble statue, but everyone needs a beautiful wooden spoon! I also publish at www.HandPrintPress.com and on Instagram, @kikodenzer @earth.oven