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monthly and bimonthly conversations with makers exploring creativity and why they make

Latest Episodes

Why Make? Episode 8: Joel Urruty

Trained as an industrial designer in San Francisco and then discovering a passion for furniture and getting a MFA at the School of American Craftsmen at RIT, we discuss with the Joel his journey and influences to ultimately creating figurative sculpture and wall hung assemblages.

64 MIN1 w ago
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Why Make? Episode 8: Joel Urruty

David Scott Episode 8

With a career spanning close to 40 years and one of the first graduates of the program in production crafts at Haywood Community College, David gives us some practical insight into what it takes to make a career as an independent craftsperson

60 MIN3 w ago
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David Scott Episode 8

Why Make Episode 7 : Susan Link

A revealing and heartfelt conversation with Canton, North Carolina woodworker and maker, Susan Link. After growing up in Brevard, NC and attending the Professional Crafts: Wood program at Haywood Community College in 2004, Susan has made a life for herself designing and building furniture in Western North Carolina. Susan talks with Erik and Robb about the importance of her community & friends, dedication, good shoes, and the blood, sweat & tears it has taken to follow her earliest childhood dreams of becoming and maintaining a career as a woodworker.

69 MINAUG 16
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Why Make Episode 7 : Susan Link

Why Make? Episode 6 : Russell Gale

From growing up in rural western North Carolina to living in Costa Rica after high school and then venturing out west to attend the renowned woodworking program at the College of the Redwoods to life in his own shop and finally director of Grovewood Galllery in Asheville , Russell describes an interesting path as a maker

50 MINJUL 11
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Why Make? Episode 6 : Russell Gale

Why Make? Episode 5: Brian Wurst

An in-depth conversation with Brian Wurst, the lead woodworking instructor in the Professional Crafts: Woodworking Program at Haywood Community College in Clyde, NC. Erik and Robb talk with Brian about his journey from architecture to woodworker to educator.

65 MINMAY 16
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Why Make? Episode 5: Brian Wurst

Timothy Maddox

Timothy Maddox the creative force behind the hand painted sign company Mighty Fine Signs in Asheville NC

62 MINAPR 16
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Timothy Maddox

Melissa Engler & Graeme Priddle

This months conversation is with the wood turners, sculptors and creative collaborators Melissa Engler and Graem Priddle in their studio at Grovewood Village in Asheville NC.

41 MINMAR 15
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Melissa Engler & Graeme Priddle

Wayne Raab our instructor at Haywood Community College

An engaging and wide ranging conversation with Wayne Raab the now retired lead instructor in the program in fine woodworking at Haywood Community College and both Robb and Erik’s instructor during their time in the program. Having this conversation with Wayne was part of the inspiration for Why Make podcast so Robb and Erik could begin to explore their roots as makers and why they make.

81 MINFEB 6
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Wayne Raab our instructor at Haywood Community College

Why Make : The Beginning

Robb and Erik discuss just what they want the Why Make podcast to be about and Erik has the very first Why Make conversation with Robb about what inspires him

31 MINJAN 28
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Why Make : The Beginning
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Latest Episodes

Why Make? Episode 8: Joel Urruty

Trained as an industrial designer in San Francisco and then discovering a passion for furniture and getting a MFA at the School of American Craftsmen at RIT, we discuss with the Joel his journey and influences to ultimately creating figurative sculpture and wall hung assemblages.

64 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Why Make? Episode 8: Joel Urruty

David Scott Episode 8

With a career spanning close to 40 years and one of the first graduates of the program in production crafts at Haywood Community College, David gives us some practical insight into what it takes to make a career as an independent craftsperson

60 MIN3 w ago
Comments
David Scott Episode 8

Why Make Episode 7 : Susan Link

A revealing and heartfelt conversation with Canton, North Carolina woodworker and maker, Susan Link. After growing up in Brevard, NC and attending the Professional Crafts: Wood program at Haywood Community College in 2004, Susan has made a life for herself designing and building furniture in Western North Carolina. Susan talks with Erik and Robb about the importance of her community & friends, dedication, good shoes, and the blood, sweat & tears it has taken to follow her earliest childhood dreams of becoming and maintaining a career as a woodworker.

69 MINAUG 16
Comments
Why Make Episode 7 : Susan Link

Why Make? Episode 6 : Russell Gale

From growing up in rural western North Carolina to living in Costa Rica after high school and then venturing out west to attend the renowned woodworking program at the College of the Redwoods to life in his own shop and finally director of Grovewood Galllery in Asheville , Russell describes an interesting path as a maker

50 MINJUL 11
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Why Make? Episode 6 : Russell Gale

Why Make? Episode 5: Brian Wurst

An in-depth conversation with Brian Wurst, the lead woodworking instructor in the Professional Crafts: Woodworking Program at Haywood Community College in Clyde, NC. Erik and Robb talk with Brian about his journey from architecture to woodworker to educator.

65 MINMAY 16
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Why Make? Episode 5: Brian Wurst

Timothy Maddox

Timothy Maddox the creative force behind the hand painted sign company Mighty Fine Signs in Asheville NC

62 MINAPR 16
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Timothy Maddox

Melissa Engler & Graeme Priddle

This months conversation is with the wood turners, sculptors and creative collaborators Melissa Engler and Graem Priddle in their studio at Grovewood Village in Asheville NC.

41 MINMAR 15
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Melissa Engler & Graeme Priddle

Wayne Raab our instructor at Haywood Community College

An engaging and wide ranging conversation with Wayne Raab the now retired lead instructor in the program in fine woodworking at Haywood Community College and both Robb and Erik’s instructor during their time in the program. Having this conversation with Wayne was part of the inspiration for Why Make podcast so Robb and Erik could begin to explore their roots as makers and why they make.

81 MINFEB 6
Comments
Wayne Raab our instructor at Haywood Community College

Why Make : The Beginning

Robb and Erik discuss just what they want the Why Make podcast to be about and Erik has the very first Why Make conversation with Robb about what inspires him

31 MINJAN 28
Comments
Why Make : The Beginning
the END