Splinter & Callous.

BLOG: Renewing the appreciation for craftsmanship and woodwork skills.

Ellis Jones  •  Monday April 4, 2016
Arts  •  Social Impact
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If there’s a maker inside all of us, how do we find it?

Imagine if everyday people had a place to find that inner maker. A place to learn timeless skills from master craftsmen, build things and connect with people across a workbench.

Well,  Melbourne now has just the place – Splinter & Callous.

Splinter & Callous is a wood and metal workshop where people find their inner maker with expert guidance from master craftsmen. It’s a communal place where everyday people can learn real skills while building well-crafted things and connecting with like-minded people across a workbench.

Splinter & Callous’ concept was born from multiple social purposes. Their business creates employment opportunities for older workers, helps urban professionals find mental wellbeing, and renews the appreciation for craftsmanship and woodwork skills.

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Ellis Jones is helping Splinter & Callous launch and run a crowdfunding campaign at the end of April (2016).

The funds raised will help Splinter & Callous secure and fit out a permanent workshop in Melbourne that is open to the community 12 hours a day, 7 days a week.

You can help us build momentum for Splinter & Callous’ campaign  by joining their Thunderclap – a mass, simultaneous social media post.

To get involved, simply visit the Splinter & Callous Thunderclap campaign page and select the online platform you wish to show your support via (Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr).

To follow the Splinter & Callous journey, visit their TwitterInstagram or Facebook pages.

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Talk to us about Crowdfunding or running your Thunderclap campaign.