Celebrating Local Carpenters | Slow-make Wooden Jewelry
Learn the art of Ikigai and create your own wooden jewelry.
About the workshop
Carpentry is a traditional trade in Singapore and many pieces of wood are discarded and wasted along the production line. Wood waste is one of the most common rubbish that fills up the landfills. In 2013, Singapore generated 332,400 tonnes of wood waste – that's about 66,000 elephants!
Thankfully, more businesses are realizing the importance of reducing waste. Studio Mu Yu believes in sustainable production, and they work closely with local carpenters to up-cycle discarded wood pieces.
In this workshop, learn from head designer Lyn on how to give discarded wood pieces a new lease of life, and transform them into wooden jewelry for the modern fashionista! Experience working on wood that is locally sourced in Singapore too!
Note: Please come in long pants and covered shoes.
Planning a teambuilding or private event? Customized workshops are available! Learn more here!
What you will experience
1. Explore a new and therapeutic world in woodworking.
2. Learn about the importance of trees' sustainability & the carpentry industry in Singapore.
3. Be introduced to different types of wood.
4. Identify the importance of the direction of wood grain, and its impact in the beauty of your final handcrafted woodwork jewelry.
5. Learn about the right kind of finishing/staining to use for your product.
6. Receive demonstrations of how to use traditional woodworking hand tools!
7. Design, create and cut your own jewelry template.
8. Bring home your handmade creation of earrings or a necklace!
Booking & Cancellation Policy
Unfortunately, cancellation is not permitted for this workshop.
Booking must be made 12 hours before the scheduled start time.
If you would like to arrange for a private woodworking workshop in Singapore, please contact [email protected] for more details!
Note: Full workshop address will be included in booking confirmation email.
Nearby this workshop
Kaki Bukit Station (Dowtown Line)
Paya Lebar Air Base