Two students from the fine furniture program are heads down and working at their separate stations.

Fine furniture students from Camosun College take a seat

The talents of students from the Fine Furniture Program at Camosun College will soon be on display at the Cedar Hill Recreation and Arts Centre.

A class scene of students in a large wood shop, head down, working at their stations.

Mark Savoie

Fine furniture students work on their capstone projects.

The display titled ‘Chairs Chairs Chairs!’ will showcase chairs designed and built by students as part of their capstone exhibition.

“Creativity, an eye for detail and a love for woodworking will be on display,” says Sandra Carr, Fine Furniture Program instructor at Camosun. “All of the seating on display is made mainly out of locally salvaged arbutus and Garry oak woods, which were generously donated by the Vancouver Island Woodworker's Guild.”

The gallery opening and awards will take place on Wednesday, June 22 from 7pm until 9pm. The exhibition continues during all open hours at the Cedar Hill Recreation Centre and Art Centre until July 10. For more details please visit the website.

For more information on the Fine Furniture Program at Camosun please visit

Contact information

Rodney Porter

Camosun college