Workshop Proposal Form
Complete this form if you want to teach a workshop at The Curious Forge. This process may take you 15 - 30 minutes, but take as much time as you need; it is important that the information be complete and accurate.
Please enter a proposed title for your workshop:
Select at most one word that best describes your workshop. If your workshop falls under a discipline that isn't listed, or combines multiple disciplines, select "other" and describe.
CNC / Machining
3D Printer / Laser Cutter
Computers and Programming / Applications
Most of our workshops welcome participants of any age, however it is up to the facilitator to choose what type of audience they are comfortable teaching. Select the age groups that you wish to instruct.
Youth age 6-9
Youth age 10-13
Teens ages 14-18
Young adults ages 19-30
Audience Skill Level
Please indicate If a higher skill level or a prerequisite workshop is required
Please list what kind of experience or any prerequisite workshops participants are required to have (e.g., "wood certification", "Ten hours of sewing", "Two years of metal fabrication", etc.) If not applicable, indicate 'N/A'.
How many participants can attend this workshop? Make sure that you are realistic. Scroll right to see more options.
This description will be displayed online and in the catalog. Please describe: What is the workshop about? Who is it for (Beginners? Kids? Intermediate? etc...) ? What will the participant learn and make? How does it relate to other disciplines if any. Write something inspiring! We want to spark curiosity and communicate what is special about this workshop. Check our website for examples of class descriptions, please visit
Skills and Techniques
List the skills and techniques that each participant will learn in your workshop. List them, rather than writing a paragraph. Be concise but precise! This information is important for the promotion of your workshop(s). For example, if "Designing" is the skill you have in mind, the techniques used might be: drawing, drafting, and/or making prototypes.
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