Presented by The National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education
“Bringing math, science and music…center stage”
Workshop is open to all participants including educators, hobbyists and beginners.
Participants build their own custom electric guitar using STEM application (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) in a state of the art shop setting at Edmonds Community College Material Science lab.
Facilitators and organizers teach and provide hands-on instruction for every step, including assistance with CADD program to design the custom guitar head stock. "Paint swirl dip" technique is an option for a custom, one of kind paint design.
The $795 registration includes complete guitar kit, all tools, supplies, equipment and a few extras! www.guitarbuilding.org
The participating educators will earn 40 clock hours to meet their ongoing education requirements (OSPI).
For more information, contact:
Kevin Murphy, (206) 349-6091 -
The National Resource Center for Materials Technology Education - www.materialseducation.org