Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging is scheduled for September 3+4, 2016. There are two spots available. Please contact me if you are interested in taking this workshop ASAP at email@example.com, or call (262) 626-2208. Please refer to the Workshop Curriculum above for workshop details. Thanks, and I hope to see you here. …Dan Nauman Advertisements
The following workshops have been scheduled for June 2016: “Forging Workshop I:Beginning Forging” June 11 + 12 There are currently two spots open for this workshop. Please contact me ASAP if you are interested in this workshop. …Dan Nauman
I have a total of three workshops scheduled for July. “Forging Workshop III: Forging a Rose”. Monday and Tuesday, July 25th and 26th. Three spots remaining. “Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging”. Wednesday and Thursday, July 27th and 28th, one spot remaining. “Forging Workshop II: Kitchen Utensils”. Friday and Saturday, July 29th and 30th. Three spots… Continue reading Three Workshops Scheduled for July
I have one student interested in taking “Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging”, on July 27th and 28th, which is a Wednesday and Thursday. Typically, I schedule workshops for weekends, however this person is coming in from Pennsylvania for a reunion the following weekend, and thoughts he’d like to kill two birds with one stone. If… Continue reading Special “Forging Workshop I: Beginning Forging” Date
Hello, and welcome to the newly completed blog site for Nauman’s Northern School for Blacksmiths. It is my hope that this site helps you understand what the school offers, how registration works, etc. For more on my work, please see my web-site at http://www.bighornforge.com , or my blog at http://www.bighornforge.wordpress.com Hope to see you here… Continue reading NNSB Blog Site Completed!
Greetings! This is a new name, and a new blog, for an existing school, though it never had a name. Since 1994, I have simply advertised that I teach forging through my main business, Bighorn Forge, Inc. While I am still very active as a designer and metalworker, I have decided to put an… Continue reading New Title for an Established School for Blacksmiths