When he set up his foundation, Sam Maloof envisioned an enduring arts center, with a museum and educational workshops to teach woodworking.
Now, the Sam and Alfreda Maloof Foundation for Arts & Crafts has begun fulfilling this dream by offering woodworking courses at the historic Maloof compound in Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
With support of several generous individuals and corporations, including equipment manufacturers, hardwood vendors, and various local woodworking stores, two former wood barns on the North side of the property have been converted into woodworking classrooms. One barn is a fully-equipped machine shop, while the second barn contains workbenches for hand tool work, sanding, and assembly.
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January.- February 2019