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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1986 (59)
Events Listings are free, but restricted to bappenings of direct interest to woodworkers. Our Sept.j Oct. issue will list events between Aug. 15 and Nov. 15; deadline July 1. Our Nov.jDec. issue will list events between Oct. 15 and Jan. 15; deadline Sept. 1. CALIPORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking for women, beginners and advanced, traditional furnituremaking, focus on handtools. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool St., San Francisco, 94 110. (4 15) 648-6861. Juded show Realist and Functional Aesthetics, Aug. 15-Sept. 1. California State Fair, California Works, PO Box 15649, Sacramento 95852. (916) 924-2015. Workshop-Lumber drying, Aug. 11-15. Limited enrollment. University of California Forest Products Labo· ratory, 130 I S. 46th St., Richmond 94804. Tom Breiner, (4 15) 231·9456. Exhlbltion-1986 Western Regional "Images in Marquetry," Oct. 1-31. Entry deadline Sept. 1. Center Hall Gallery, 931 N. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim. Contact Gor· don C. Olson, 16707 Garfield St., No. 12 17, Paramount 90248. (2 13) 630-2922. Show-Woodcarving, Sept. 6-7. The Barn, Pacific Ave., Livermore. Contact Liz Finigan, (4 15) 447-3 186. Show-1 1th Annual Pacific States Craft, ACC Craftfair, Aug. 8-10. Fort Mason Center, Pier 2, 3, San Francisco. Contact American Craft Enterprises, Inc., PO Box 10, New Paltz, - Workshops-Furniture design/construction, John Cedarquist, June 23-July 26; introduction to woodwork· ing, Randy Bader, July 28-Aug. 23; wood sculpture I, July 28-Aug. 23; wood sculpture II, July 28-Aug. 23. Laguna College of Arts, 2222 Laguna Canyon Rd., La· guna Beach 9265 1. (714) 497-3309. Workshops-Tools, techniques, June 23-July 18; woodcarving, July 2 I-Aug. 1. Contact Program coordinator, College of the Redw NY 440 Alger St., Ft. Bragg 95437. (707) 964-7056. Show-Orange County Woodworkers Association Fifth Annual, Aug. 8-10. Brookhurst Community Center, 227 1 W. Cresent, Anaheim. (714) 526·7 100 or 998·6733. Class-Building a recreational single rowing shell, Simon Watts, Oct. 11-18. National Maritime Muse· um AsSOciation, 680 Beach St., San Francisco 94 109. (4 15) 673-0700. oods COLORADO: Wo kshops-Furniture design, Peter Korn, June 16-27; furniture construction, Art Car· penter, June 30-July II ; style, James Krenov, July 14-25; chairs, John Nyquist, furniture, Sam Maloof, July 26-27; July 28-Aug. 8; veneering, Silas Kopf, Aug. 4-8; furniture techniques, Tage Frid, Aug. 1122. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village 81615. (303) 923·3 181 . Jurled exhibition-2nd annual Colorado Woodworkers, Oct.-Dec. 16. Pioneers' Museum of Colorado Springs, 215 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs. Contact Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, Box 9594, Colorado Springs 80932. (303) 632·8548 or (303) 630-1 422. r CONNECTICUT: Classes/workshops/exhibltionNumerous classes June 22-Aug. 31. Brookfield Craft Center and Brookfield/SoNo Craft Complex. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Inc., PO Box 122, Brookfield 06804. (203) 775-4526. 10th annual SONO arts celebration, Aug. 2·3. Contact Paula Mae Green, SONO Arts Celebration, Box 2222, Norwalk 06852. (203) 853·6155. Jurled exhibition-18th Annual Celebration of Ameri· can Crafts, Nov. 10-Dec. 23. Entry deadline July 15. Write Roz Schwartz, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audu· bon St., New Haven 065 1 1. Jur/ed exhibition-5 1 St annual , Society of Connecticut Craftsmen, Inc., Sept. 7-28. Entry deadline for members, Aug. I. The Arts and Crafts Association of Meriden, 53 Colony St ., Meriden 06450. Contact Society of Conn. Craftsmen, Inc., PO Box 615, Hart· ford 06142. Show-Woodworking World, New York, Sept. 26-28. Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Stamford. Sponsor, Wood· working Association of North America, Plymouth, NH. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., PO Box 485, Plym· outh, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768 GEORGIA: Show-1986 International Woodworking Machinery Georgia World Congress Center, including II th biennial student furniture design competition, Sept. 5-8, Atlanta Civic Center. Early registration advised. Contact International Woodworking Fair, Cahners Exposition Group, 999 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 06905. (203) 964·0000. & 90 IDAHO: Jurled show-18th annual "Art on the Green," Aug. 1-3. Campus of North Idaho College. Contact Citizens Council for the Arts, PO Box 90 I, Coeur d'Alene 83814. ILLINOIS: Workshops-Furniture conservation, July 7-25. Campbell Center, PO Box 66, Mount Carroll 61053. (8 15) 244-1 173. Fine Woodworking Furniture Supply Fair-USA, Sept. 6-9, , Fine Woodworking Pro gram , 12561. (914) 255-0039. California State Fair-California Works: Jurled exhibition-7th annual Fountain Square tival, June 28-29. Contact merce, 807 Davis St., Evanston 60201. (312) 328·1500. Show-1986 Woodworking World-The Chicago Show, Oct. 17-19. O'Hare Expo Center, Rosemont. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., PO Box 485, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768. IND classic, traditional, Sept. I-Oct. 12. Chesterton Art Gallery, 115 South 4th St., Chesterton. Contact Marsha Demkovich, Chesterton Art Gallery, PO Box 783, Chesterton 46304. (2 19) 926-304 1. Jurled exhibition-Madison Chautauqua of the IAN MAI NE: Sept. 27-28. Deadline July 1. Vine St. near Lanier Mansion, Madison. Madison Chautauqua of the McDonough, 1119 West Main St., Madison 47250. Workshops/show-Woodworking, basketmaking, dulcimermaking, 5-day, Aug. Brown County Colony Art Fair, Aug. 9-10. Entry deadline June 15. Contact Brown County Craft Guild, PO Box 179, Nashville 47448. Arts, Arts, KENTUCKY: Jurled exhibition-Kentuc wood boxes, furniturei David Keator, wood tables, July-Aug. Maple Hill Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland 04 101. (207) 775-3822. Fair-Deering Oaks Family Festival, July 22-27. Deering Oaks Park, Portland (Exit 6 on 1-295). Contact Donald McNamara, Chamber of Commerce Greater Portland Region, 142 Free St., Portland 04 101. (207) 772-2811. Wo Exh Sept. The Woodenboat School, PO Box 78, Naskeag Rd., Brooklin 04616. Show-11th Annual Directions Bar Harbor Craft, Aug. 15-17. Mount Desert Island High School, Bar Harbor. Contact Cheryl Wagner, Box #2, Bar Harbor 04609. door, July 18-20. Mid-Atlantic states. Crafts, Artscape '86, c/o MACAC, 21 S. Eutaw St., Baltimore 21201. (301) 396·4575. Jurled show-23rd Annual Havre de Grace Arts MARYLA r Village, Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge 01 566. (617) 347-3362, ext. 236. Show-Wooden furniture invitational, Aug. 16-Sept. 18. Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom, P.O. Box 176, Ashfield St., Shelburne Falls, MA 01 370. Wheelchair ac· cessible. Contact Nancy Dean. Show-Doll house and miniature, Aug. 17. Dunfey's Hyannis Resort, West End Circle, Hyannis. Sponsored by The Cape Cod Miniature Society. Contact Angela J. Goodwin, PO Box 98, Kent Rd., So. Harwich 02661. (617) 432-2840. Show-ACC Craftfair, June 20-22. Contact American Craft Enterprises, Inc., PO Box 10, New Paltz, 12561. (914) 255-0039. & MICHIGAN: Fair-Ann Arbor Street, July 23-26. South Universiry and East University Sts. Contact Suo san Froelich, 415 N. 4th Ave., Ann Arbor 48104. (3 13) 994-5260. MINNESOTA: Workshops/semina s-Numerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (612) 822-3338. Workshop-Woodcarving, Aug. 3-9. Villa Maria Retreat Center, Villa Maria Workshop, PO Box 3705 1, Minneapolis 55431. r NY ND: Jurled exhlbltlo -Artscape '86, out· Crafts, Aug. 16-17. Tydings Park. Entry deadline July 15. Contact Havre de Grace Arts 174, Havre de Grace 21078. (301) 879-4404. MASSACHUSETTS: Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497·1 136. Workshops-Woodworking for high school students, summer sessions. Craft retreat, Aug. 18-25. Horizons: The New England Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Rd., North Amherst 01002. Contact Jane Sinauer (4 13) 549-484 1. Exhibition-Scent bottle invitational, July I-Sept. 3. Signature Stores, Inc., Village Market Place, Stevens St., Hyannis 02601; Dock Square, North St., Boston 021 09. Jurled show-7th Annual Fair of Traditional Crafts, Nov. 1 & 2. Contact Frank G. White, Old Sturbridge Crafts Show, PO Box & n kshops-Numerous boatbuilding, June through Artists and Craftsman's 25th anniversary, July 25-27. Water Tower, Louisville. Contact KGAC 25th Anniversa· ry, Water Tower Art Assoc., 3005 Upper River Rd., Louisville 40207. (502) 896-2 146. ky ibitions-David and Susan Kirk, painted IOWA: Workshop-Furniture construction, July 21Aug. 1. Contact Northeast Iowa Technical Institute, Box 400, Calmar 521 32. (3 19) 562-3263. Show-Holzfest (woodfest), Aug. 16-17. Amana Colonies (Exit 225 on 1·80). Contact Holzfest, Box 193, Amana 52203. (3 19) 622-3100. Show-11 th annual old-time country music and crafts, Aug. 29-Sept. 1. Pottawattamie Fairgrounds, Avoca. Contact Traditional Country Music Association, Inc., 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs 51501. (7 12) 366- 11 36. Guild of c/o Dixie Evan� ton Chamber of ComArts A: Jurled show-Wood furniture, modern, Fes- Workshops-Woodcarving wildfowl, beginning Aug. 11-15. Contact Grant Goltz, Wildfowl Sculpture, HCR Box 520, Hackensack 56452. (2 18) 682-2 11 0. MONTANA: Workshops-Hand tool joinery, June 2329, July 21-27. Primrose Center, 401 West Railroad, Missoula 59802. Contact Steven Voorheis, (406) 728·59 11 . I, NEW HAMPSHIRE: Workshops-13th annual vio· lin and bow maker's summer institute, June 9-Aug. I. University of New Hampshire, Durham. Early registration advised. Contact Summer Violin Institute, Univ. of N.H. Continuing Education, 24 Rosemary Ln., Durham 03824. (603) 862·1 088. Tour-Switzerland, two weeks, gUide Wayne Barton. Sponsored by Woodworking Association of North America for woodworkers and woodcarvers. Sept. 30-0ct. 14. Contact W.A.N.A., PO Box 706, Plym· outh 03264. (603) 536-3876. Exhibition-Handcrafted hardwood tables, Michael Ciardelli and C. B. Oliver, July-Aug. The Woodworkers Gallery, 161 Nashua St., Milford. (603) 673-7977. Exhlbltlon-Woodworker's Day, Aug. 31. New Hampshire Farm Museum, Rte. 16, Plummer's Ridge, PO Box 644, Milton 0385 1. Contact Melissa Walker, (603) 652-7840. NEW JERSEY: Workshops/fair-numerous events, July 4-Aug. 29. Peters Valley Crafts Center, Layton 0785 1. (20 1) 948-5200. Annual Peters Valley Craft Fair, July 26-27. Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Layton. NEW MEXICO: Shows-Carved, painted wooden animals, William Jauquet, July 13-26; furniture, Larry and Nancy Buechley, Marc Coan, Jim Davis, Bill Hedden, Gerald Otis, Bruce Peterson, Alejandro Puig, Alan Radebaugh, John Sheriff, Lynn Sweet, David Trapp, Aug. 1030. Contemporary Craftsmen Gallery, 100 West San Francisco St., Santa Fe 8750 I. (505) 988- 100 I. NEW YORK: Jurled exhibition- lOth Anniversary American Crafts, June 28-29, July 5-6. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, American Concern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, PO Box 650, Montclair, NJ 07030. (20 I) 798-0220. Workshops-Hand tools, ongoing, Robert Meadow. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties 12477. (914) 246·5207. Jurled shows-Furni 30-Sept. 1. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Scott and Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, PO Box 825, Woodstock 12498. (914) 6798087 or (914) 246-34 14. Jurled show-Chautauqua Crafts Festival, '86, July 46 and Aug. 8-10.Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua. Contact Gale Svenson, Chautauqua Crafts Festivals '86, PO Box 89, Mayville 14757. Jur/ed exhibition-Mixed media, Dec. 6-7. Entry deadline July 7. Schenectady Museum t tition, June 24. 11 2th Street Gallery, 11 2th St., New York. Contact Metro Art, PO Box 286·H, Scarsdale 10583. (914) 699·0969. i n NORTH CAROLINA: Exhibition/fair-39th annual guild, July 17-20. Asheville Civic Center, Asheville. Contact Blair White, Southern Handicraft Guild, PO Box 9545, Asheville 28815. (704) 298-7928. Workshops-Tools, furniture, techniques, design, turning, through Sept. 19. Penland School, Penland 28765. (704) 765-2359 Workshops-japanese woodworking, July 14-18; Scandinavian woodenware, July 28-Aug. I; greenwood chairmaking, Aug. 18-22; white oak basketry with Darry Wood, Sept. 1-5. Contact Drew Langsner, Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Rd., Marshall 28753 (704) 656-2280. Show-1986 Woodworking World-The Charlotte Show, Nov. 21-23. Charlotte Civic Center, Charlotte. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., PO Box 485, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768. OHIO: Jurled exhibition- ontemporary woodwork- ing, Sept. 13-0ct. 12. Sponsored by Dairy Barn Southeastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center, Athens. Contact American Contemporary Works in Wood, PO Box 747, Athens 45701. (6 14) 592-4981. Wo kshops-Numerous craft, through July 18. Rowan Hall, Miami University, Oxford 45056. r C Nott Terrace Hgts., Schenectady. Contact Karen En· gelke, 1791 Central Pkwy., Schenectady 12309. (518) 372-9 155. Exhibltlon-Hand-crafted summer fu rniture, through July 20. The Gallery at Workbench, 470 Park Ave. South, NY 1001 6. Contact Vanessa Lynn, (2 12) 481 -5454. Demonstration-Dovetail joints, Maurice Fraser, Sept. 15. YWCA, Craft Student League, 610 Lexington Ave. (corner 53rd), Manhattan. (2 12) 755-4500. Jurled exhlbltion-33rd annual national, sponsored by Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Oct. 24-Nov. 9. Community Unitarian Church, Rosedale Ave., White Plains. Contact Open Juried Exhibition, Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery, 150 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont 10538. Jurled exh & bitio -International Art and Craft CompePlanetarium, NYc. ure, architectural crafts Aug. Contact Brenda Brigham,
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