The Muslala workshop is an open workspace that allows whomever is interested, to come and work. There is no need to be experienced or to be Gepetto’s grandson – all you need is a will to learn!
If you already have something planned and you’re looking for a place to work – come to the ‘Open Workshop’ that operates daily. The schedule for the Open Workshop is at the bottom of this page. The Sign-Up form is through this link. Before arriving, look for your name on this list – to make sure that your registration and insurance is valid.
If you wish to learn in an orderly and supervised setting – you are welcome to sign up for one of our courses.
The sign-up process for the next round of courses is now open, so if you have always wished to know how to build things on your own – now is your chance to improve your skills through a variety of courses being taught by our professional staff. If you’ve missed the sign-up dates but you still wish to come and learn, get information about the next course cycle through this link.
Beginners Introduction to practical carpentry
Class of 20th cycle >> Sundays 6pm-9pm | Opening date: 29.10.2017
Class of 21st cycle >> Mondays 3pm-6pm | Opening date: 30.10.2017
Class of 22nd cycle >> Fridays 9am-12pm | Opening date: 24.11.2017
This course aims to give basic tools for woodworking and will combine traditional techniques and work with electrical tools. This course is also intended for advance students who wish to take their carpentry skills one-step forward – these students will plan individual projects with the help of the course instructor, Aliza Ashkenzi, and build them under her supervision.
Furniture Building (Beginners Upholstery)
Class of 14th cycle >> Wednesdays 6pm-9pm | Opening date: 15.11.2017
The course will have both practical and theoretical lessons in which the students will gain furniture-building skills – starting from the planning stage and onto sawing, constructing, working with foam, sewing and assembly. During the course, the students will work with both new and used materials and with a variety of tools – sewing and carpentry machines, hand tools and pneumatic tools.
Mondays 6:30pm-9:15pm | Opening date: 6.11.2017
This course is intended for students with experience in furniture restoration who are interested in improving their upholstery skills. The course is taught by Arye Templehof – carpenter and upholsterer, instructor at the Ministry of Economies “type 1 carpentry” course.
4-6 meetings (chosen by the student).