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Fine Woodworking : NOV/DEC 1986 (61)
listings are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. Our jan./ Feb. issue will list events between Dec. Mar. ARIZONA: 1. CALIFORNIA: will list events between Feb. deadline jan. Events 15; Blvd., Anaheim. Contact Gordon C. Olson, 16707 Gar· field St., No. 1217, Pardmount, 90248. (213) 630-2922. Exhibition-West Marin Woodworkers Association 5th annual exhibit, Nov. 29-Dec. 15. Closed Sun· days. Adraskand Gallery, Main SI., PI. Reyes. (4 15) 663- 1775. try, do Woodworkers, through 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. Workshops-Furniture design and construction; bandsawn boxes; Art Carpenter, Nov. 1;·16. Contact Ray SCOtt, Woodworking Weekends of Colorado, 12922 W. Montana Ave., Lakewood, 80228. (303) 986-9102. COLORADO: Celebration of American Crafts, Nov. 10-Dec. 23. Write Roz Schwartz, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon SI., New Haven, 065 1 I. Jurled fair-15th Annual Woodbury League of Women Voters craft fair, Nov. 22. Mitchell Elem. School. Contact Helen Cronk, 13 White Deer Rd., Woodbury, 06798. Jurled exhibitlon-3rd Annual Woodworkers Guild of Connecticut exhibition. through Dec. 7. Wethersfield Historical Sociery, Old Academy Museum, 150 Main St., Wethersfield. CONNECTICUT: OCI. 31 -Nov. 2; basic joinery, Zach Etheridge, Nov. 8; routers and jigs, Zach Etheridge, Nov. 15. Highland Hardware, 1045 N. Highland Ave., Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. carvers, Nov. 1-2. Belle·C1air Exposition Hall, 200 South Belt East, Belleville. Contact Don Lougeay, 1830 East 'D' St., Belleville, 6222 1. (618) 233·5970. Seminar-illinois Woodworking Teacher's Association, Nov. 7. Illinois State UniverSity, Circus Room of University Union, Normal. Contact Steven M. Pille, 11 502 West Grubb Road, Mapleton, 61547. GEORGIA: ILLINOIS: Annual Louisiana Crafts Coucil, Jan. 30-Feb. 20. Slide entry deadline Nov. I. Anlerican Crafts Council SoutheaSt Conference, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge. For prospectus send SASE to: K.B. Davis, 1717 Stanford Ave., Baton Rouge, 70808. LOUISIANA: merous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497·1 136. jurled show-7th Annual Fair of Traditional MASSACHUSETTS: 116 I and 2. Contact Frank G. White, Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, 01 566. (617) 347-3362, ext. 236. Show-Contempol"dry folk art, including painted wood sculpture by Sandra Berry. Oct. 26-Nov. 22. Contact Ten Arrow Gallery, 10 Arrow St., Cambridge, 02138. (617) 876·1 1 17. Show-Anlerican Furniture: Past and Present, antique and contemporary furniture, through OCt. 27. Contact Meryl Zassman at The Society of Arts and Crafts, 175 Newbury SI., Boston, 021 16. (6 17) 266-1810. Fair-Worcester Craft Center's 17th annual craft fair, May 15-17. Application deadline Feb. 14. Contact Craft Fair Registrar, Worcester Craft Center, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (617) 753-8183. Workshop-8th annual wood identification, R. Bruce Hoadley, Jan. 20-23. Registmtions accepted from Oct. I st. Contact Antoinette E. TomaSik, Program Coordina· tor, Div. of Continuing Education, Goodell 608, Univ. of Mass., Amherst 01003. (4 13) O"Jf㵅, Room Fine Woodworking Workshops/seminars-NuNov. Jurled show-Made in the Shade, 19th Show-16th Annual Midwestern Wood- Workshops-Birdcarving, through Nov. 6; woodworking, through Nov. 16. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Show-II th annual creative arts festival, Nov. 22-23. Sponsored by Westport Young Woman's League. Staples High School, North Avenue, Westport. Contact Sharon Schroeder, (203) 226-3247. Seminars-Bowl turning, Liam O'Neill, Jurled exhibition-18th Annual Jurled exhibition-2nd annual Colora· Edward Burak's smoking pipes are in the inaugural exhibition at the new American Craft Museum, York, nual show by Michigan Woodworkers' Guild. Oct. 30Nov. 2. Somerset Mall, Big Beaver at Coolidge, Troy. Contact Greg Cornell, (517) 546·3688. events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (61 2) 822-3338. MICHIGAN: MINNESOTA: timber frame construction. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties, 12477. (9 14) 246-5207. Exhibition-The Chair Fair, seminars and display. Nov. 10-Dec. 6. International Design Center, New York, Center Two, 30-20 Thomson Ave., Long Island City. Contact Christopher Flacke, The Architectural Center of New York, 457 Madison Ave., New York, 10022. Tour-Moroccan Cmft Tour, Nov. 15-29. Contact Tom Muir Wilson or Sherry Clark, Directors, Cmft World Tours, 6776 Warboys Rd., Byron, 14422. (7 16) 548-2667. Jurled exhibition tady Museum NEW YORK: Wor ks p ectady. Contact Karen Engelke, 1791 Centml Pkwy., Schenectady, 12309. (5 18) 372-91 55. jurled exhlbltlon-33rd annual national, sponsored by the Mamaroneck ArtistS Guild, OCI. 24-Nov. 9. Commu· nity Unitarian Church, Rosedale Avenue, White Plains. Contact Open Juried Exhibitibn, Mamaroneck Artists Guild Gallery, 150 Larchmont Ave., Larchmont, 10538. Exhlbltlon-FRESH-never shown in N.Y. market, through Nov. 2. Contact Vanessa S. Lynn, The Gallery at Workbench, 470 Park Ave. South, New York, 10016. (212) 481 ·5454. & 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. Jurled show-I st 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. Exhibition-Bent Wood and Metal Furniture: 18501946, through Nov. 15. Sponsored by The American Fedemtion of Science and Art, New York City. Contact Sandm Gilbert, 41 E. 56th SI., New York, 1002 1. (212) 988-7700. Arts, Derek Ostergard, curator. IBM Gallery of Mixed media, Dec. 6-7. Schenec· Planetarium, Nott Terrace Hgts., Schen- - Annual, fiber, metal and wood, Nov. I-Jan. II . New Jersey State Museum, 205 West State St., Trenton, 08625. (609) 292-5420. Show-Creative Cmfis 1986 show and sale. Glass, textiles, wood, peWler. Nov. 2-5. Sponsored by Sisterhood Temple Emanu-el, 756 East Broad St ., Westfield, 07090. Contact Susan Rosenbaum, (201) 232·0711. Show-Holiday toys for big girls and boys, Dec. 2-Jan 3. Sheila Nussbaum Gallery, 358 Millburn Ave., Millburn, 0704 1. (201) 467-1720. and Crafts Festival. Nov. 14-16. New Mexico State Fairgrounds, Albuquerque. Write Southwest Festival, Box 11416, Albuquerque, 87192. NEW JERSEY: NEW MEXICO: Arts Jur/ed exhibition-New Jersey Arts Festival-14th Annual Southwest Arts and Crafts ho s-Japanese hand tools and Workshops/seminars-Numerous NY 10019, 40 West 53rd St., New opening October 26th. Exhibition-Woodworking '86, 5th andeadline Nov. 1. Our Mar./Apr. issue and May 15 15 15; Shows-Ed Moulthrop, wood artist, Nov. 1-30; The Art Form of Wood Turning, works by 19 art· ists. Nov. 20-Dec. 31. At The Hand and the Spirit Gal· lery, 4222 North Marshall Way, Scottsdale, 8525 1. Workshops-Woodworking for worn· en, beginners and advanced, traditional furnituremak· ing, focus on handtools. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool SI., San Francisco, 94 1 10. (4 15) 648-6861. Show-Northern California Woodworking, featuring demonstrations, seminars, Nov. 21-23. San Jose Convention and Cultural Center, Exhibit Hall, 291 South Market SI., San Jose. Contact Irene Devine, (800) 826-8257. Exhibition-I 986 Western Regional Images in Marquethrough Oct. 31. Center Hall Gallery, 931 N. Harbor and Photo: Geoqte Erml Exhibition-4th Annual Theater Place Showcase of Craft ArtS, multi-media. Nov. 9-10. 101 Theater Place, Buffalo 14202. Contact Charles Breihof, Executive Director, Downtown Buffalo Management Corp., 67 1 Main St., Buffalo. (7 16) 856-3 150. World-The Charlotte Show, Nov. 21-23. Charlotte Civic Center. Contact Convention Designs, Inc., Box 485, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768. tablesaw, Mark Duginski, Nov. 4; Inca machinery, Nov. 18. Call for details. Woodcrafters Supply Co., 20 Arcadia, Columbus, 43202. (614) 262-8095. juried exhibition NORTH CAROLINA: OHIO: Demonstrations/seminar-New Inca 12-in. Dec. 21. Emery Galleries, Edgecliff Campus, Xavier University, 2220 Victory Parkway, Cincinnati, 45206. Show-Artistry in Wood, woodcarving and woodworking, Nov. 22-23. Registmtion deadline Nov. 3. Hara Arena, Dayton. Contact Ralph Moeller, Registmtion, 22 Temple Dr., Xenia, 45385. - through Nov. 9. Hoffman Gallery, Oregon School of ArtS and Crafts, 8245 SW Barnes Rd., Ponland, 97225. Exhlbltlons-Life·size bird carvings, Del Smith, Nov. 9; New Zealand cmftsmen, their native materials, Dec.Jan. The Gallery, World Forestry Center, 4033 SW Can· yon Rd., Portland, 97221. (503) 228- 1367. Workshops-Box building, Nov. 1-2. Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. OREGON: PENNSYL VANIA: Civic Center, Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge. Contact Foothills Craft Guild, Inc., Box 99, Oak Ridge, 37831. jurled exhibition/workshops-Space: New Form, New Function, mixed media, OCI. 25-Jan. 24. Spring 1987 aSSistantships, Mar. 9-Apr. 3, application deadline Jan. 17. Arrowmont School of Arts and Cmfts, Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436·5860. 24-26. Radisson Hotel, Lynchburg. Contact LynChburg Fine Arts Center, 1815 Thomson Dr., Lynchburg, 24501. (804) 846-8451. TENNESSEE: VIRGINIA: Juried show- nual hand crafts, Oct. An sponsored by Northwest Carvers Association, Nov. 89. Western Washington Fairgrounds Expo Hall, 9th and Meridian, Puyallup. Contact Evelyn Gosnell, 115 Del Monte Ave., Fircrest, 98466. (206) 564-3278. Show-Western Washington woodworking, Oct. 31Nov. 2. Seanle Center, Exposition Hall, 305 Harrison, Seattle. Contact Irene Devine, (800) 826·8257. Classes-Basic and precision woodworking and furniture making, Nov. 1-15. Contact George Herrmann, Everett Community College, 80 I Wetmore Avenue, Everett, 9820 I. (206) 259-7151, ext. 448. Classes-Cutting 5·10 tenon miter joints, Nov. 16. Contact Charles Mastro, 4268 10th Avenue South, Seattle, 98 108. (206) 767-9 185. Workshops/demonstrations-Tools-ln.Action se· ries, free, every Saturday, 10 WASHINGTON: WISCONSIN: AUSTRALIA: ONTARIO: carving, sharpening, other woodworking topics. The Wooden Boat Shop, 1007 NE Boat St ., Seattle, 98105. (206) 634-3600. A.M. Show-Multi-media craft show, Nov. 26-30. Sydney Showground. Write Australian Craft Show, 5 Henley SI., Lane Cove, N.S.W. 2066. (02) 27-6 120. Exhibition ronto Design Centre Gallery, 160 Pears Ave., Toronto. - Virtu '85, Nov. 6-30. Tojuried show-15th annual festival of the arts, Mar. 29. College of Fine Arts, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point campus. Write: 15th Annual Festival of Arts, Box 872, Stevens Point, 54481. Show-6th annual woodcarving, Show-10th annual Philadelphia Craft Show, sponsored by the Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Handmade mixed-media. Nov. 7-9. 103rd Philadelphia. (215) - Armory, 33rd St ., Guided bus tour of pri· vate homes, Nov. 7. (215) 787-5448. Exhibition-Wharton Esherick, sculpture, furniture, utensils, daily. The Wharton Esherick Museum, Box 595, Paoli, 19301. (215) 644-5822. Symposium-Jack Lenor Larsen on decorating with crafts, Nov. 8. Stein Auditorium, Drexel Univ., Philadelphia. For reservations call (215) 787·5448. jurled exhibition-1st annual Pennsylvania National Arts and Cmfts and Christmas, Dec. 5-7. David lawrence Center, Penn. Ave., Pittsburgh. Contact Kay Kishbaugh, Pa. National Christmas Show, Box 11469, Harrisburg, 17 108. (717) 763- 1254. Seminars/demonstrations-Ornamental carving and inlay, Will Tillman, Nov. I; small repairs, Nov. 15; Inca power 1001 demonstrations, Nov. 8, Dec. 6, 13; power tool joinery, Chris Schwamb, Jan. 17. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, RD 3, Box 547·A, York, 17402. (717) 755-8884. Show-20th annual fall, Nov. 14-16. juried show-Masks, mixed media, Show-1986 Woodworking Cincinnati Woodworking, Nov. 29Boatbuilding, wood
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