SPAIN: STEM Course Woodworking tradition & innovation in Galicia

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Woodworking & forest management: tradition and innovation in Galicia.

Please send us an expression of interest email (seona@archnetwork.org or libby@archnetwork.org) if you like to be informed when the course dates are set and then you can complete a full application at that stage.

Hosts: XERA Agency for Forest Based Industries Galicia

Course Dates: TBC
Application Deadline: TBC

Preparation Meeting Dates: TBC

Aims & Themes: exploring traditional woodworking alongside forest management: innovation, enterprise and strategy in Galicia

Draft Itinerary: the details for this course will be posted soon but it will involve XERA Santiago de Compostella & Ourense, visits to local woodworkers using a variety of traditional & innovative techniques, forest managers, government support agencies and cultural heritage organisations.

Click here for the full list of STEM 2020 course.

Click here for the STEM 2020 application form.

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