We are excited to announce our next build. It will happen April 1-3 at The Woodworking Show’s Atlanta event!
We are partnering with the Woodworker’s Guild of Georgia to build 10 Tabouret Tables at the show. All visitors to the show can stop by our space and help build the tables.
Good-bye Card Table
I met Stephan Murray with the Community Housing Partnership of Williamson County earlier this year and realized that they are exactly the kind or organization we should work with. We met and discussed candidate families and decided on a couple in Fairview, TN. The partnership had just finished renovation the house they lived in where they are raising their 2 teenage granddaughters. The card table in the kitchen wasn’t big enough for the girls to do home work at the same time and forget about having a family dinner there.
Earlier this year, Dan Zehner, who runs a small furniture making business in Lafayette, IN saw an article about Artisan Care and wanted to host a build in his city. After months of planning, it is coming together.
The build will take place October 10 – 11.
The next build date has been rescheduled for September 12-13. If you are interested in participating, please RSVP below.
We still need your help to raise the money needed. Please send this to people that would want to give and donate with the link below.
We are very exited to announce the design for the second Artisan Care project.
The event will happen September 12-13!
Please Contact us to RSVP.
Jeff Estes from 5 Strings Furniture in Nashville has created a bespoke kitchen table for our next project. The benches and table edges will feature hand carved lines and other dimensional elements.
Building our first table for Family Affair was a no brainer. We have known Glenda and Dair for over 10 years. We reached out and asked if any of the families they worked with needed a dining room table. Thankfully everyone was well provided for, but they were in the process of renovating a house on the property that would serve as a community space and refuge. We all decided it would be a great destination for the first project.