About Make Works
Make Works is a unique resource within the School. We have highly skilled specialist staff in areas as diverse as textiles, rapid prototyping, jewellery and silversmithing, musical instrument making, print and many more.
Our core philosophy is to work with our students and staff at the school to realise the potential of the workshops and technical facilities as unprecedented places for designing and making.
Specialist workshops and facilities
- specialist wood workshop
- musical instrument workshops
- upholstery workshops
- finishing area
- metal fabrication workshop
- model-making workshop
- jewellery and fine metal workshops
Print and textiles
For further information contact Marcus Bowerman at email@example.com
Open access time
Please see the PDF schedule that is updated every week in the downloads section below. This lists the principal Make Works workshops, where you can find them and when they are available.
make.WORKS Email and Online Technical Support - Week 41 - Monday 10 August to Friday 14 August 2020
Cass Works Team
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