The phrase ‘women’s work’ rarely conjures images of a woman wielding a mallet and chisel, navigating a jigsaw or gliding a power sander as she puts the finishing touches on a dining table or dresser. But two woodworking professionals are planning to make that image more commonplace. We meet Sarah Marriage, founder of Baltimore's new “A Workshop of Our Own," a cooperative space for women and gender non-conforming furniture makers. We also hear from Nancy Hiller, a nationally known cabinet and furniture maker who has been subverting male dominance of the woodworking field for more than three decades. She recently published a humorous memoir, “Making Things Work.” She speaks at A Workshop of Our Own on Friday, May 26 and you can learn more about that event here.