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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1986 (60)
Events deadline Sept. will list events between Dec. deadline Nov. Listings are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. Our Nov'; Dec. issue will list events between Oct. jan. ARIZONA: Seminar-A Day with Todd Hoyer: Wood· turner, Sept. 13, sponsored by the Arizona Woodwork· ers Association. Wilreb Wood Products, 555 Blackbird Roost, Flagstaff 86001. (602) 774·2362 or 774·7172. Exhibition-Wood, fiber and clay, Sept. 12-0ct. 17. Coconino Center for the Arts, North Fort Valley Rd., Flagstaff 15; 1. 1. 15 15; Our jan./Feb. issue and Mar. 15 ARKANSAS: )uried exhibition-Heart of the Ozarks annual fall arts and crafts, Oct. 3-5. Fairgrounds, Harri· son. Entry deadline Sept. 7. Contact Marcel Ooe) De Fyn, PO Box 1475, Harrison 72601. (50 1) 743·1608. en, beginners and advanced, traditional furnituremak· ing, focus on handtools. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool St., San Francisco 94 110. (4 15) 648·6861. )uried show-California State Fair-California Works: Realist and Functional Aesthetics, Aug. 15-Sept. I. California State Fair, California Works, PO Box 15649, Sacramento 95852. (916) 924·20 15. Show-Woodcarving, Sept. 6-7. The Barn, Pacific Ave., Livermore. Contact Liz Finigan (4 15) 447·3 186. Show-Northern California Woodworking, featuring demonstrations, seminars, Nov. 21-23. San Jose Con· vention and Cultural Center, Exhibit Hall, 291 South Market St., San Jose. Contact Irene Devine, (800) 826·8257. Exhibition- 1986 Western Regional "Images in Mar· quetry," Oct. 1-3 1. Entry deadline Sept. I. Center Hall Gallery, 93 1 N. Harbor Blvd., Anaheim. Contact Gor· don C. Olson, 16707 Garfield St., No. 12 17, Para· mount 90248. (213) 630·2922. Exhibition-Valencia arts and sports festival, Sept. 7. Valencia Meadows Park, Valencia. Contact Ms. Grant, 24 107 N. San Fernando Rd., Newhall 91321. (805) 259· 1750. Workshop-Building a recreational single rowing shell, Simon Watts, Oct. 9-18. National Maritime Museum Association, 680 Beach St., San Francisco 94 109. (4 15) 673·0700. Workshop-Building a Herreshoff Pram, Simon Watts, Sept. 27-0ct. 4. Contact Grew·Sheridan Studio, 500 Treat Ave., San Francisco 94 11 0. (4 15) 824·6161. CAL COLORADO: )uried exhibition-2nd annual Colo· rado 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· 1422. CONNECTICUT: )uried exhibition-18th Annual Celebration of American Crafts, Nov. 10-Dec. 23. Write Roz Schwartz, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audu· bon St., New Haven 06511. )uried exhibition-5 1 st annual, Society of Con· necticut Craftsmen, Inc., Sept. 7-28. The Arts and Crafts Association of Meriden, 53 Colony St., Meri· den 06450. Contact Society of Conn. Craftsmen, Inc., PO Box 615, Hartford 06 142. Show-Woodworking World, New York, Sept. 26-28. Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Stamford. Sponsored by Woodworking Association of North America, Plymouth, NH. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., PO Box 485, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536·3768. Workshops-Boatbuilding, Sept. 26-0ct. 12; bird· carving, Sept. 18-Nov. 6; woodworking, Sept. 17-Nov. 16. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, PO Box 122, Brookfield 06804. (203) 775·4526. Exhibition-"Just for fun," multi·media, Oct. 5�25. The Mill Gallery, Guilford Handcrafts Center. 8th.annu· al holiday, Nov. 8-Dec. 23. Contact Pat Seekamp or Anly LentZ, Guilford Handcrafts, Inc., PO Box 22 1, 411 Church St., Guilford 06437. (203) 453-5947. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Exhibition-George Kaufman collection of Anlerican furniture, opening Oct. 12. National Gallery, Washington. (202) 737·4215. 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 Interna· tional Woodworking Fair, Cahners Exposition Group, 999 Summer St., Stamford, Conn. 06905. (203) 964·0000. & ILLINOIS: Show-1986 Woodworking World-The Chicago Show, Oct. 17-19. O'Hare Expo Center, Rose· mOnt. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., PO Box 485, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536·3768. Exhibition-2nd annual American craft, Sept. 12-14. McGraw Hall Welsh Ryan Arena, Northwestern Campus, Evanston. Contact Carol Sedestrom Associates, 240 East 27 St., New York City, Show-16th annual midwestern woodcarvers, Nov. 1-2. NY 108 Fine Woodworking 10016. (2 12) 686·2291. Furniture Supply Fair-USA, Sept. 6-9, IFORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking for worn· and Belle·Clair Exposition Hall, 200 South Belt East, Belle· ville. Contact Don Lougeay, 1830 East ville 62221. (618) 233·5970. Seminar-Illinois Woodworking Teacher's Association, Nov. 7. Illinois State University, Circus Room of Univer· sity Union, Normal. Contact Steven M. Pille, 11502 West Grubb Road, Mapleton 61 547. "0" Sept. 27-28. Vine St. near Lanier Mansion, Madison. Madison Chautauqua of the I I 19 West Main St., Madison 47250. IOW Arts, Tavern, 128 Main St. (Rte. 27), S. Acton Village. Exhibition-Wood sculpture, Robert St. Pierre, through Sept. Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St., Duxbury 02331. (6 17) 934·6634. & MICHIGAN: Show-Metro· Detroit Woodworking, featuring machinery, tools, supplies, Sept. 26-28. Michigan Exposition and Fairgrounds, Mart Building, 11 20 West State Fair Ave., Detroit. For more informa· tion, (800) 826·8257. Workshop-Timber framing, hands·on, Sept. 14-20. Riverbend Timber Framing, PO Box 26, Blissfield 49228. (5 17) 486·4044. MINNESOTA:. Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (612) 822·3338. Class-9th annual kiln drying short course, Sept. 1519. University of Minnesota, St. Paul Campus, St. Paul. Contact Harlan Petersen, Ext. Forest Products Special· ist, 202 Kaufert Laboratory, University of Minnesota, 2004 Folwell Ave., St. Paul 55108. (612) 624·3407. Show-Twin Cities Woodworking, featuring machin· ery, tools, supplies, Oct. 10-I 2. Minneapolis Audito· rium and Convention Hall, Lower Exhibit Hall, 1403 Stevens Ave. South, Minneapolis. (2 I 3) 477·852 I (in Calif.);, (800) 826·8257. )uried exhibition-4th annual Northern Woods, spon· sored by Minnesota Woodworker's Guild, Oct. 8-12. Contact the Guild, Box 8372, Minneapolis 55408. (612) 483·3489. MISSO cabinets, Sept. 19-21. Ananda Kanan, Ozark Retreat, Rt. 2, Box 45, Willow Springs 65793. Contact Michael McClure, (4 17) 469·3 143. NEW H MA guide Wayne Barton. Sponsored by Woodworking Asso· ciation of North America for woodworkers and wood· carvers. Sept.30-0ct. 14. Contact W.A.N.A., PO Box 706, Plymouth 03264. (603) 536·3876. Convention-94th Hoo·Hoo International, Sept. 1418. Mount Washington Hotel and Resort, Bretton Woods. Contact Laura Schoepf, Furman Lumber, Inc., PO Box 96, Astor Sta., 108 Massachusetts Ave., Boston, 02123. (800) 843·9663. URI AM NEW YO NEW JERSEY: )uried exhibition-New Jersey arts annual, fiber, metal and wood, Nov. I-Jan. 11. New Jersey State Museum, 205 West State St., Trenton 08625. (609) 292·5420. Seminar-Making furniture, woodworking jigs, Tage Frid, Oct. 18. Brookdale Community College, Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft 07738. Contact Or. Gabriel Longo, (201) 842·1 900. Exhibition-3rd annual woodworking: tools of the trade, sponsored by Force Machinery, Oct. 10-12. Westfield Armory, Westfield. (201) 688·6222. ert Meadow. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties 12477. (914) 246·5207. RK : Workshops-Hand tools, ongOing, Rob· PSHIRE: Tour-Switzerland, two weeks, : Workshop-Bill Oakley, build your own Village, Sturbridge 01 566. (617) 347·3362, ext. 236. Show-Wooden furniture invitational, Aug. 16-Sept. 18. Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom, PO Box 176, Ash· field St., Shelburne Falls 01 370. Wheelchair accessible. Contact Nancy Dean. Exhibition-The Cabinetmakers of South Acton. Fine period and contemporary furniture; 8 exhibitors; demo onstrations. Sept. 6-21, Sat. & INDIANA: )uried show-Wood furniture, modern, classic, traditional, Sept. I-Oct. 12. Chesterton Art Gal· lery, 1 15 South 4th St., Chesterton. Contact Marsha Demkovich, Chesterton Art Gallery, PO Box 783, Ches· terton 46304. (2 I 9) 926·3041. )uried exhibition-Madison Chautauqua of the Arts, c/o Dixie MCDonough, A: Show-11th annual old·time country music and crafts, Aug. 29-Sept. 1. Pottawattamie Fair· grounds, Avoca. Contact Traditional Country Music Assoc., Inc., 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs 51501. (71 2) 366·1 136. MASSACHUSETTS: Workshops/seminars-Nu· merous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2 I 54 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497·1136. Workshops-Woodworking for high·school students, summer sessions. Craft retreat, Aug. 18-25. Hori· zons: The New England Craft Program, 374 Old Mon· tague Rd., North Amherst 01002. Contact Jane Sin· auer (4 13) 549·484 1. )uried show-7th Annual Fair of Traditional Crafts, Nov. 1 2. Contact Frank G. White, Old Sturbridge Sun. only, 12-5. Jones St., Belle· )uried shows-Furniture, architectural crafts, Aug. 30-Sept. 1. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Scott and Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, PO Box 825, Woodstock 12498. (914) 679· 8087 or (9 14) 246·3414. )uried exhibition-Mixed media, Dec. 6-7. Schenec· tady Museum ectady. Contact Karen Engelke, 1791 Central Pkwy., Schenectady 12309. (5 18) 372·91 55. Classes-Beginning to advanced woodworking levels, Maurice Fraser, Sept. 15 through Jan. Registration Sept. 15. (corner 53rd), Manhattan. (2 12) 755·4500. )uried exhibltlon-33rd annual national, sponsored by Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Oct. 24-Nov. 9. Commu· nity Unitarian Church, Rosedale Ave., White Plains. Contact Open Juried Exhibition, Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery, 150 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont 10538. Exhibition-FRESH-never shown in N.Y. market, Sept. II-Nov. 2. Contact Vanessa S. Lynn, The Gallery at Workbench, 470 Park Ave. South, New York 10016. (2 12) 481·5454. YWCA, NORTH Conference-Sponsored by Cryder Creek Wood Shoppe, lecturers/demonstrators, Ellsworth, Stirt, Sharpless, Loar, Nov. I. Alfred University, Alfred. Con· tact Cryder Creek Wood Shoppe, Box 35, Whitesville 14897. (607) 356·3304. )uried show-1st annual international carving, art of the wooden bird, Nov. 15-16. Best Western Red Jacket Inn, Niagara Falls. Contact Melvin J. Ott, Dovetails Etc., 324 Ward Rd., North Tonawanda 14120. Show-Hudson Valley Woodcarvers 3rd annual wood· carving, Oct. II . Hyde Park Dutch Reformed Church, Rt. 9, Hyde Park. Contact James R. Curran, RD I, Haight Rd., Box 350, Poughkeepsie 12601. (9 14) 452· 1737. techniques, design, turning, through Sept. 19. Penland School, Penland 28765. (704) 765·2359. Workshops-Green·wood chairmaking, Aug. 18-22; white·oak basketry with Darry Wood, Sept. 1-5. Con· tact 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, Plym. outh, NH 03264. (603) 536·3768. Workshop-Timber framing, hands·on, Oct. 19-25. Contact Riverbend Timber Framing, PO Box 26, Bliss· field, MI. (5 17) 486·4044. CAR PENNSYLV sculpture, furni Museum, )uried show-8th annual Longs Park Art and Craft Festi· val, Aug. 30-Sept. 1. Contact Dick Faulkner, Longs Park Art and Craft Festival, PO Box 5153, Lancaster 17601. )uried exhibition-1st annual Pennsylvania national and crafts and Christmas, Dec. 5-7. Entry deadline, arts PO Oct. 1. David Lawrence Center, Penn. Ave., Pittsburgh. Contact Kay Kishbaugh, Pa. National Christmas Show, OHIO: )uried exhibition-Contemporary woodwork· ing, Sept. 12-0ct. 12. Sponsored by Dairy Bam South· eastern Ohio Cultural Arts Center, Athens. Contact American Contemporary Works in Wood, PO Box 747, Athens 45701. (614) 592·4981. )uried exhibition-Cincinnati Woodworking, Nov. 29-Dec. 21. Emery Galleries, Edgecliff Campus, Xavier Univ., 2220 ViCtory Parkway, Cincinnati 45206. )uried show-3rd annual national furniture invitational, Sept. 26-0ct. 26. Sylvia Ullman American Crafts, 13010 Larchmere·W Show-27th Indian Summer arts and crafts festival, Sept. 12-14. "Contact Indian Summer Festival, Box 266, Marietta 45750. (6 14) 373·8027. OREGON: )uried show-"Masks," mixed media, Oct. 9-Nov. 9. Hoffman Gallery, Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 SW Barnes Rd., Portland 97225. Exhibitions-Life·size bird carvings, Del Smith, Nov. 9; New Zealand craftsmen, their native materials, Dec.Jan. The Gallery, World Forestry Center, 4033 SW Can· yon Rd., Portland 9722 1. (503) 228·1367. oodi RHODE IS ANIA: Exhibition-Wharton Esherick, ture, utensils, daily. The Box 595, Paoli 19301. (215) 644·5822. Box 11469, Harrisburg 17108. (717) 763·1254. Seminar-Woodturning, David Ellsworth, Oct. 18. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, RD 3, Box 547·A, York 17402. Whar쒕 PO woodworkers, Oct. 15. Rosanne Somerson, furniture maker, Oct. 16. Philadelphia College of Art, 333 South Broad St., Philadelphia 19102. Contact Michael Hur· witz, (215) 875·1 048. Aug. 21-24. Newport Yachting Center, Newport. Con· tact Abby Murphy, (40 1) 846· 1600. LAN D: Show-6th annual wooden boat, TENNESSEE: )uried exhibition-"Space: New Form, New Function," mixed media, Oct. 25-Jan. 24. Attowmont School of burg 37738. (615) 436·5860. Show-20th annual fall, Nov. 14-16. Civic Center, Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge. Contact Foothills Craft Guild, Inc., PO Box 99, Oak Ridge 37831. Arts and Crafts, Box 567, Gatlin755·8884. presentation-Bee ken/Parsons on Esherick and, Cleveland 44 120. (216) 231·2008. OLINA: Workshops-Tools, furniture, & Craft Student League', 610 Lexington Ave. Planetarium, Nott Terrace Hgts., Schen·
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