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Fine Woodworking : MAR/APR 1987 (63)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lee· tures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We'll list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are cur· rent with the months printed on the cover of the magazine, with a little overlap when space permits. We go to press two months before the issue date of the magazine and must be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline for events to for july and August, it's May be ARKA CALIFO en, beginners and advanced, traditional furnituremak· ing, focus on handtools. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool St., San FranCiSCO, 94 11 0. (4 15) 648·6861. Show-6th annual Woodline·East Bay woodcrafters, Mar. 7-8, 1731 Clement Ave., Alameda. Contact Dick Compton, 435 1 Whittle Ave., Oakland, 94602, (4 15) 531·6455, or Nancy Horowitz, Woodline, The Japan Woodworker, 1731 Clement Ave., Alameda, 9450 I. (4 15) 521·18 10. RN Workshops/lecture-The assembly of a japanese style house, slide lecture by Len Brackett, Mar. 9; duck de· coy carving, Chester Wilcox, Mar. 14, 21; woodturn· ing, Dave Dempsey, Mar. 28. The Woodsmith Store, 1836 Fourth St., Berkeley, 94710. (4 15) 540·6247. Show-Northern California woodworking show, Apr. 10-12. San Mateo County Fairgrounds, Fiesta Hall, 2495 S. Delaware St., San Mateo. (800) 826·8257; Calif. residents call (213) 477·8521. COLORADO: Workshop-From concept through construction of tables, chairs, cabinets, john yquiSt, Apr. 25-26. WoodWorking Weekends of Colorado, Ray Scott, 12922 W. Montana Ave., Lakewood, 80228. (303) 986·9102. Workshops-Anderson Ranch ArtS Center summer pro· gram. Frid, Hucker, Kopf, Maloof, Maruyama, Peters and more. Contact Peter Korn, A.R.A.C. Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923·3 181. CONNECTICUT: Exhibition-30th annual crafts ex· position, July 16-18. Application deadline Feb. 21. 30th Annual Guilford Handcrafts Expo, Box 22 1, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. Contact Fernn Hubbard or joyce Wright, (203) 453·5947, 453·6237. DELA W information, contact Bates ARE : Auction-Antique tools, Apr. I I. For Brown, Inc., Rte. 3, Box 159G, Hockessin, 19707. Seminar-Inca demonstration, May 9. Holiday Inn, Dover. Contact Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, RD #3, Box 547·A, York, PA 17402. (7 17) 755·8884. & DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: }uried exhibitionWashington craft show, Apr. 24-26. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave., ton, 20036. (202) 357·2700. .W., Washing· FLORIDA: ShOW-Woodworking, Mar. 20-22. Ma· chinery, power and hand tools, demonstrations, work· shops. Florida State Fair and Expo Park, Florida Living Center, 4800 Highway 30 1 North, Tampa. Contact (800) 826·8257; in Calif. (2 13) 477·852 1. GEORGIA: Show-Atlanta woodworking show, Mar. 13-15. Machinery, power and hand tools, seminars, workshops. Atlanta Civic Center, South Exhibit Hall, 395 Piedmont Ave. N.E., Atlanta. For more information, contact (800) 826·8257; in Calif. (213) 477·852 1. ILLINOIS: }uried show-8th annual Fountain Square arts festival, june 27-28; outdoor show. Application deadline Apr. 10. Contact Evanston Chamber of Com· merce, 807 Davis St., E Seminars-Plastic laminates, Mar. 13-14; routers, May 11-12; finishing, May 13-14. Write Coordinator of Program Registration, College of Cont. Ed., Adams Hall, Rm. 131, Northern Illinois Univ., DeKalb, 6011 5. vans INDIANA: Exhibition-Country Collections: A Gath· ering of Folk Artists and Craftsmen, May 30-31. The Breeding Farm (country roads 800 N. of Columbus. Sponsored by Bartholomew Counry His· torical Society. Contact the Society at (812) 372·354 1. & KANSAS: }uried show-Topeka Crafts Competition II, Mar. 29-Apr. 29. Entry fee SIS, deadline Mar. 8. For further information or prospectus, contact Larry Peters, Gallery of Fine Arts, Topeka Public Library, 1515 West 10th, Topeka, 66604. (913) 233·2040. 106 100 W.), north ton, 60201. (3 12) 328·1 500. held in March or April is january and so on. ARIZONA: Seminars-Woodcarving, Mar. 16-18, Jack Bayman; Apr. 2-4, Dave Rushlo. Contact Dave Rushlo Woodcarvers Supply, 2530 N. 80th Place, Scottsdale, 85257. (602) 994· 1233. 1, NSAS: Show-Arkansas Ozarks ans, crafts and country antiques festival, May 1-3. Exhibitor space available. Contact Arkansas Ozarks Promotions, Box 1041, Bentonville, 72712. IA: Workshops-Woodworking for worn· The Show and Competition is being held in Abington, Penn., April 4th and 5th. LOUIS tion, Louisiana Crafts Council, through Feb. 26, South· down Plantation/Terrebonne Museum, Box 2095, Houma, 70361. Contact Sheri Watkins (504) 868· 4926; Mar. 8-Apr. 4, Bolton Library, Louisiana State University at Alexandria, Alexandria, 71032. (318) 473·6438. 1987 IAN termediate, advanced. Application deadline Apr. 15. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, 04627. Contact j.M. Michaud, (207) 348·2306. Exhibition-Furnituremaker Robert Hannan, Mar.Apr. Maple Hill Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland, 04 101. (207) 775·3822. MA and crafts, Apr. 10-22, Montgomery County Fair· grounds, Gaithersburg. 10th annual spring crafts festi· val, May 1-3, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. For information, send three stamps (66') for postage to Deann Verdier, Dir., Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (30 I) 540·0900. }uried show-Artscape '87, july 17-19. Slide deadline Mar. 31, fee $75. For information send SASE to CraftsArtscape '87, c/o Mayor's AdviSOry Committee on Art and Culture (MACAC) , 21 South Eutaw St., Baltimore, 21201. (301) 396·4575. MARYLA Maloof, Feb. 23 through Apr. 5; Worcester Craft Cen· ter's 17th annual craft fair, May 15-17. Contact Craft Fair Registrar, Worcester Craft Center, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (617) 753·8 183. Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497·1 136. Workshops-Cabinetmaking, Apr. 27-May 1; finish car· pentry, May 11-15. He MA johnson Rd., WashingtOn, 01 235. (4 13) 623·6677. Workshops-Intensive one·day sign carving workshop. Contact Paul McCarthy's Carving Place, 132 Front St., Scituate Harbor, 02066. (617) 545·2480. artw MICHIGAN: }uried show-28th annual national fine artS and crafts fair, july 22-25. For application write the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Box 1352, Ann Ar· bor, 48 106. MINNESOTA: Workshops/seminars- umerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (6 12) 822·3338. Exhibition-Minnesota woodcarver's annual show, Mar. 14-15. Northtown Center, Blaine. MISSOURI: ShOW-Woodworking, Mar. 27-29. Hand and power tools, machinery, demonstrations, seminars, workshops. Chase Park Plaza Hotel, Exhibit Hall, 212 N. Kingshighway, St. Louis. (800) 826·8257; in Calif. (213) 477·852 1. NEV to 5 ADA: Show-3rd annual miniatures and doll house show and sale, sponsored by the Miniature Clubs of orthem Nevada; May 30, 10 Reno, 89507 or contact Mary D. Shipp (702) 826·2959. PM. Fine Woodworking NEW JERSEY: Exhibition-Craft Concepts '87-8th annual exhbition and sale, June 13-17, all media. Entry fee S 1 0 and slides deadline Apr. 3. For prospectus, TENNESSEE: Show-Master furnituremakers show, Apr. 24-26. Sponsored by Dogwood Arts Festival, 203 Fort Hill Building, Knoxville, 379 15. Contact Carol Evans (6 15) 637·456 1. Bally Grand Hotel, Reno. Write c/o Box 8664, AM to 5 PM, May 31, II AM ood Owner·Builder School, SSACHUSETTS: Workshop/exhibitions-Sam ND: }uried shows-12th annual spring arts INE: Workshops-Summer seSSion, beginners, in· A: Exhibition-25th anniversary exhibi· Miq.Atlantic Woodcarving 1; send SASE to Craft Concepts '87, jewish Communiry Center, 501 North jerome Ave., Margate, 08402. NEW MEXICO: Workshop-Woodturner Richard Raffan, Apr. 17-19. Includes demonstration and hands· on instruction. For information write Albuquerque Woodworkers Association, Box 40407, Albuquerque, 87196, or call Patricia Quick, (505) 835·0987. NEW YORK: Exhibition-Appalachian Mountain Dulcimers, Bernd Krause, month of April. Chase Lin· coin First Bank, 2 Court St., Binghampton. Contact (607) 772·201 I. WorkshopS-Small projects, japanese hand tools. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246·5207. Exhibition-II th annual American crafts festival, July 4, 5, I I, 12. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, New York City. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Mont· clair, N), 07042. Exhibition-MFA Sculpture Exhibition, through Mar. 13. Parsons Gallery, 2 West 13th St., New York, 1001 1. (2 12) 741·7572. Exhlbition-Southtowns Wood Carvers 10th annual, May 2-3. Erie County Fair Grounds, Hamburg. Contact Bernie Schenk, chairman (71 6) 632·5 149. }uried show-Crafts: National II, Sept. 9-0ct. 8. Buf· falo State College. Sponsored by State Univ. of N.Y. Fac· ulty of Arts and Humanities. Fee $20, maximum three entries, due june I. Write or call, Chair, Design Dept. Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, 14222; (7 16) 878·6032. ShOW-Woodworking, May 1-3. Machinery, hand and power tools, seminars, workshops. Rockland Counry Community College, Field House, 145 College Rd., Suffern. (800) 826·8257; in Calif. (2 13) 477·8521. Show-Woodstock· New Paltz arts Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Scott & crafts, May 23-25. Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, P.O. Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (91 4) 679·8087 or 246·34 14. & NORTH CAROLINA: }uried exhibition-Showcase of woodcarvings, Feb. 28-Mar. I. Park Center Audito· rium, 310 North Kings Dr., Charlotte, 28204. Contact Showcase of Woodcarvings, 1418 Armory Dr., Char· lotte, 28204, or Bonita Heffner (704) 336·2584. }uried show-12th annual Highland Heritage Art Craft Show, june 11-13. Ashville Mall. Contact Dana Kropf, High Country Crafters, 29 Haywood St., Ashe· ville, 2880 I. (704) 254·0072. & O Feb. 21, 9 KLA HO MA Lacer, Feb. 28, 9 A.M. : Seminars-Bowl turning, Alan Lacer, to 4 Moore·Norman Vo·Tech School, 4701 12th Ave. A.M. P.M.; between center turning, Alan to 4 P.M. Fee S 30 (each seminar). Norman, 73069. Contact Deanna, (405) 364·5763. Seminar/demonstration-Sam Maloof, furnituremak· er, Mar. 20-2 1. Paxton's Beautiful Woods of Oklahoma City. Call (405) 235·44 11 for details. NW , OREGON: Exhibitions- umerous shows, exhibi· tions. The Gallery, World Forestry Center, 4033 SW Canyon Rd., Portland, 9722 1. (503) 228·1 367. Workshops/seminars-Japanese tools and joinery with Jay VanArsdale, Feb.; tablesaw jigs and fixtures, Mar. 28; woodworkers on film, weekly showings through Mar. 13. Contact The Wood Workshop, 1108 NW 21st, Portland, 97209. (503) 242·1849. Workshops-Numerous classes, Mar. 30-june 6; regis· ter early. Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Rd., Portland ,97225. (503) 297·5544. PENNSYL VANIA: }uried shOw-9th annual Long's Park art and craft festival, Sept. 5-7. Final jury dead· line June I. Entry fee S 10. For application send '10 SASE to Dick Faulkner, Long's Park Arts and Craft Fes· tival, Box 5153, Lancaster, 1760 I. Seminar/demonstration-Woodturn i ng with O'Neill, Stirt, Sharpless, Ellsworth, Stone, and more, Mar. 20-22. Contact jon Alley, Fine Arts Dept., Bucks County Community College, Swamp Rd., ewtown, 18940. Workshop-Basic wood turning practicum, Dale Nish, May 14-16. Continuing Education Dept., Millersville University, Millersville, 1755 1. Contact Grace Evans at Millersville University, or call (7 17) 872·3030. Exhibition-Wharton Esherick Museum, sculpture, furniture, utensils, 1920-70, daily. For reservations or directions, write or call The Wharton Esherick Museum, Box 595, Paoli, 1930 I. (215) 644·5822. Show-Woodcarving, Apr. 4-5. Sponsored by Penna. Delaware Valley Wood Carvers. Penn State (Ogontz), Abington Campus Gym., Abington. Contact Howard Clarke, 1306 Friendship St., Philadelphia, 191 11. Seminars-Chip carving, Mar. 7; Inca owner's, Mar. 14; sharpening, Apr. 4; Inca demonstration, Apr. 11 ; japanese joinery with Toshio Odate, May 15-17. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, (7 17) 755·8884. RD 3, Box 547·A, York, 17402.
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