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Fine Woodworking : JAN/FEB 1989 (74)
Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We'll list ture juried shows) that even Jan c/.e磼�l be ALASKA: uary noti are ts (including entry printed on the cover of the overlap when space perm months before the issue must are fied well in ine for events to l;for July and Augus� it's May be advance. date ARIZONA: Clas thru Show, Jan. 13-15. Long Beach Convention Ctr., Long Beach. Show's open to buyers from the trade only. For info., call Paul Karel at (314) 421-5445, or write him at Art Buyers Caravan, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. Workshop-A Day With Sam Maloof, master w Feb. 25 CALIFORNIA: & Watts, Jan. 28-Feb. 4. Contact Crissy Field, National Maritime Museum Assoc., Bldg. 275, San Francisco, 941 29. (415) 929-0202. Clas COLORADO: Workshops-I- expo, July 13-15. Historic Guilford Green, Guilford. ApplicatiOns due: Mar. 10. Write 32nd Annual Guilford Handcrafts Expo, Box 589, 411 Church St., GuiJdford, 06437, or call Ferno Hubbard or Joyce Wright at (203) 453·5947Exhibit-An exhibit of turned wood, Feb. I-Mar. 18. The Elements, Gallery of Fine Contemporary Crafts, 14 Liberry Way, Greenwich, 06830. (203) 661-0014. Workshops-Router techniques, Feb. 4; European cabinetmaking, with Paul Levine, author of "Making Kitchen Cabinets," Feb. 25--26; 18th CONNECTICUT: DISTlUCT OF COLUMBIA: woodfinishing techniques, Mar. 18.-19. For more info., contact the Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Brookfield, 06804, or call (203) 775-4526 or 853-6155. - FLOlUDA: info., contact The Micropolis, Inc., 251 Rolling Oaks, St. Augustine, 32086. (904) 797-2600. Annual Convention and Exposition, Jan. 20-23. World Congress Center, Atlanta. For registration info., contact Betry Chrisry, Public Affairs Division, NAHB, 15th and M Streets, N.W., Washington, DC 20005. (202) 822-0200. Juried Exhibit-36th Arts Festival of Atlanta, Sept. 16-24. Piedmont Park, Atlanta. Application deadline: Jan. 25. For prospectus, write Arts Festival of Atlanta, 50 I Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta, 30308, or call (404) 885- 1125. GEORGIA: ILLINOIS: IOWA: Apr. 2-May 1. Slides due Jan. 9. Open to residents. 815 for up to 3 entries; include KANSAS: Show Nat l Assoc. of Home Builders 45th - ' Show-"Artists in Wood," carving show, Feb. 18-19. Contact Rock River Valley Carvers, Box 204, Sterling, 61081, or call Steve Majewski at (815) 625-8531 or 625-3203 (evenings). Show-'89," Apr. 22-23. Waterloo Arts Show-16th annual "Iowa State Woodcarvers Rec. Center, 225 Cedar St., Waterloo. For info., contact Roger Seehusen, & Juried exhibit-Topeka Competition 13, MO KS, NB, metalwork/jewelry, fiber, wood or a combination. Contact SASE; 11 0 Fine Woodworking clay, glass, & I, Parkersburg, 50665, (309) 346-1 319 or Gary Loshman, 317 Oak Park Circle, Waterloo, 50701, (309) 232-6198. RR OK & Show-6th annual Wood- working World Show, Feb. 18-20. The DC Armory. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264; or call (800) 521-7623 or (603) 536-3768 Mon. thru Thurs. Fellowships-2nd annual fellowship program for scholarly research in the modern American craft movement. Applications due: Jan. 15; appointments on or after June 1. Write the Office of Fellowships tute, Ste. 7300 L'Enfunt Plaza, 20560. (202) 287-3271. & Show-Orlando Art Buyers Caravan Show, Feb. 11-13. Expo Centre, Orlando. Show's open to buyers from the trade only. For more info., call Paul Karel at (314) 421-5445, or write him at Art Buyers Caravan, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. Shows-"A11 About Wood," presentation of woodworking, forestry, tools, crafts, furniture. Located at various malls throughout FL between Jan. 19 Apr. 16. For more Grants, Smithsonian insticentury chairmaking, Mar. 4-5; furnituremaking and design. Contact Anderson Ranch Arts Ctr., Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923·3181. & Juried exhibit-32nd annual crafts 2-week workshops in Apr. 29. Contact Barbara Moore, Univ. of Univ. Extension, Riverside, 92521-0122. (714) 787-4102. s-Building the 10·ft. Herreschoff pram, with Simon oodw CA, orker, cu rrent its. We go to press of the magazine maga磼 held in March 1, dead free, but restricted lines for fu- with the months ine, with a little For example, the or and so on Apri Exhibit-"Design '89," an exhibit of furniture and jewelry, Jan. 6-29. Civic Center Gallery, A1askaland, Fairbanks. For more info., contact Frances Brann Woodworking, Box 298, Delta Junction, 99737. (907) 895-4281. Seminars/workshops-Yearly seminars and workshops. Contact the Alaska Creative Woodworkers Assoc., Box 201796, Anchorage, 99520· 1 796. (907) 345-3077. seslworkshops- I-yr. woodworking program, 4-mo. guitar-building course, various workshops, Jan. iery, 4011 S. 16th St., Phoenix, 85040. (602) 243· \179. Show-California Art Buyers Caravan Dec. Write Roberto-Venn School of Luthl is two and MARYLAND: Gallery of Fine Arts, Topeka Public Library, 1515 W. 10th, Topeka, 66604- 1374. (913) 233-2040. Exhibit-The Winter Market of Ameri- can Crafts (ACC Craft Fair), Feb. 14-16 (trade), 17-19 (public). Baltimore Convention Center, Pratt St., Baltimore. Contact ACC Craft Fair, Box 10, 256 Main St., New Paltz, Furniture," Jan. 3-27. Clark Gallery, Box 339, Lincoln Station, Lincoln, 01 773. (617) 259-8303. Juried fair- 19th annual craft fair, May 19-21. Grounds of the Worcester Center For Crafts. Application fee MASSACHUSETTS: by Dr. Bruce Hoadley; 8285 fee. Contact Alice SzIosek or Trudie 3-6. MICHIGAN: MINNESOTA: techniques, joinery, furnituremaking, instrumentmaking, Jan. 7-8, 21-22 MONTANA: NEW YORK: NYc. W. Saugerties Road, Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Juried show -13th annual American Crafts Festival, July 1-2, 8-9, 15-16. Lincoln Center, Fordham Univ. Plaza, Application deadline: Jan. 28. Contact Brenda Craftsmanship, & Brigham, American Concern for Artistry Juried show-4th annual Lilac Art Show, May 13-14. Highland Park, Rochester. Entry deadline: Feb. 10. Contact Arts for Greater Rochester, 335 E. Main St., Ste. 200, Rochester, 14604. (716) 546,5602. Exhibit-Kamakura-Bori: 500 years of traditional Japanese lacquered woodcarving, Jan. 17 & Gallery, 333 E. 47th St., NYC, 10017. (212) 832- 1155. Revival-Clearwater's 1989 Great Hudson River Revival, June 17-18. Westchester Communiry College, Valhalla. Application deadline: Feb. 25. Contact Clearwater's Great Hudson River Revival Crafts Committee, do Joan Silberberg, #2, Pudding St., thru Juried show-New Paltz Art RFD "Winterfest Art Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 46 Haywood St., Asheville, 2880 I. (704) 254-7547 or 253-6893. Workshop-Ladderback chairmaking, Jan. 23-27; Windsor chairmaking, Feb. 6-10 or 20-24. Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Road, Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. Exhibit-"Showcase of Woodcarvings," Mar. 4-5. Grady Cole Center, 310 N. Kings Drive, Charlotte. Deadline: Feb. 10. Contact Showcase of Woodcarvings, 1418 Armory Drive, Charlotte, 28204. (704) 336-2584. Exhibit-American Wildfowl Decoys, Jan. 22-Mar. 18. Shorebird and duck decoys carved between 1870-1960. Hickory Museum of Art, Hickory. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., New York, & World Show, Jan. 13-15. Veterans Memorial Hall, Columbus. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264; or call (800) 521-7623 or (603) 536-3768 Mon. thru Thurs. OHIO: Strom, Jan. 28; opening of "Backwoods Whittier," Feb. 2; Japanese Ainu carving workshop with Masamichi Nitani, Feb. 26; art furniture: surface treatments workshop with Beth Yoe, Mar. 5. Contact Oregon School of Arts OKLAHOMA: OREGON: PENNSYLVANIA: 8245 S.W. Barnes Road, Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. & Expo-Northeast Wood Products Crafts, Workshop-W ood turning: berween cen- ters, Feb. 11 ; woodtuming/bowl turning, Feb. 18 by Alan Lacer. Contact Deanna at Moore-Norman Vo-Tech School, 4701 12th Ave. N.W., Norman, 73069. (405) 364-5763. Workshops-Gilding workshop with Fran NY 10016. (212) 481-3080. Show-4th annual Columbus Woodworking Carm NORTH CAROLINA: el, 10512. (914) 454-7951. and Sept. 2-4. Ulster Counry Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Application deadline: Feb. 1. Contact Scott & stein, Quail Hollow Events, Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679-8087 or 246-3414. & Juried show-10th annual Craft Show," Feb. 9-12. Asheville Mall. Neil RubinCrafts Fairs, May 27-29 Feb. 5. Japan Sociery 53rd, NYC, 10021. (212) 735-9732. P.M Box 650, Montclair, NJ 07042. (201) 746-0091. Classes-Woodworking (3 levels) wi Maurice Fraser; bowl turning wi Bill Gundling; finishing wi Susan Perry, all beginning week of Feb. 6. Free dovetailing and bowl turning demo, Jan. 30, 6 610 Lexington Ave. & The Craft Studenls League, Feb. 4-5, 18-19. The Luthierie, 2449 dell Bldg., Univ. of MA, Good Univ. of Mass. at Amh child, Div. of Continuing Art Fair, July 19-22. S. Juried fair-30th annual Ann Arbor Street E. Univ. Avenues, Ann Arbor. Application deadline: Feb. 15. Write Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Box 1352, Ann Arbor, 48106. (313) 994-5260. Amh & Classes/seminars-For information, write Woodcarving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Class-Building the Chamberlin Dory-Skiff, with Simon Watts, Feb. 25-Mar. 4. Contact Scott Lohmuller, 3681 Sawmill Road, Kelly Canyon, Boseman, 59715. (406) 587-3003. Workshops-Japanese tools, sharpening erst, 01003. (413) 545-2484. Ed., Room 608, Goo deadline Feb. 14. Write Craft Fair Registrar, WCFC, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, 01605. (508) 753-8183. Workshop-lOth annual Wood Identification Workshop, Jan S 15; Show/sale-9th annual Harford Day School Waterfowl Show and Sale, Feb. 18. Harford Day School, 715 Moores Mill Road, Bel Air, 21014. (301) 879-2350 or 838-4848. NY Exhibit-"Specific Spaces: Unique & 12561. (914) 255-0039. Charles Expo '89, Mar. 2-4. The Hershey Lodge and Convention Ctr., Hershey. Intended for small- to medium-size manufacturers of primary and secondary wood products. Contact NEWPEX, Inc., Frank Netherwood, Dame Associates, Inc., 51 Church St., Boston, MA 021 16. (617) 482-3596. Workshops-Beginning bird carving with Bill White, Feb. 17-19; intermediate bird carving, Feb. 24-26. Chambersburg. 3-legged Windsor stool with Kai Pederson, Mar. I I. Lititz. Contact The PA Guild of Craftsmen, Box 820, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Workshop-33rd annual Hardwood Lumber Grading and Inspection workshop, Feb. 20-24. Penn. State Univ., Univ. Contact AgriculturaI Conference Coordinator, 410).0. 16802. (814) 865-9547. & Park. erst. Introductory workshop Keller Conf Ctr., Univ. ate to advanced with Del Stubbs, Feb. 27-Mar. 3 or Mar. 6-10; hollow vessels-beginning to advanced with David Ellsworth, Mar. 13-17; tools Conover, Mar. 20-24. Contact Arrowmont School of Arts Crafts, Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436-5860. TENNESSEE: & World Show, Mar. 3-5. Pasadena Convention Ctr., Pasadena. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264; or call (800) 521-7623 or (603) 536-3768 Mon. TEXAS: 48th annual multi-media art exhibit, Apr. 6-28. Slide deadline: Jan. 30. For prospectus, send UTAH: Cedar Ciry Art Committee, clo Braithwaite Gallery, Southern Utah State College, 351 W. Center, Cedar Ciry, 84720. Show, Jan. 6-8. The Norfolk Scope, Norfolk. For more info., contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264; or call (800) 521-7623 or (603) 536-3768 Mon. thru Thurs. Exhibit-"Works in Wood," Mar. 3-Apr. 14. Furniture sculpture, boxes and vessels by contemporary Southeast woodworkers. Hand Workshop, 1812 W. Main St., Richmond, 23220. (804) 353-0094. VERMONT: VIRGINIA: son, Feb. 6-1 I. Contact Timbercraft Homes, 85 Martin Road, Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-3051. Show-"For The Office," Jan. 5-29. Decorative wood artwork for the office by Northwest woodworkers. "Hands On Furniture," Feb. 2-22. Inlay as "hand" imagery as decoration for simple and elegant forms. Northwest Gallery, 202 First Ave. S., Seattle, 98104. (206) 625-0542. s-Building Sea Urchin, a 10-ft. traditional Nova Sco- WASHINGTON: Clas tia rowing shell, Mar. 18-25. Contact Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle, 98109. (206) 382-2628. Workshops-Steam bending, Jan. 7; marine engine installation, Jan. 21; oar making, Feb. 11; pattern making and keels, Feb. 25. Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 251 Otto St., Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-4948. ousel Art From The Charlotte Dinger Collection," Jan. 29-Mar. 25. Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington. For more info., contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., New York, NY 10016. (212) 481-3080. MASTERS Carving Competition, Feb. 25-26. Racine's Festival Park, 5 Fifth Ave., Racine. Contact Dremel, MASTERS Carving Competition, 4915 21st St., Racine, 53406-9989. WEST VIRGINIA: WISCONSIN: 19. Western Fairgrounds, London, Ontario. Contact london Show Productions, 565 3rd St., London, Onto N5V 2C1. (519) 455-5888. Juried exhibit-"Knock on Wood," Jan. 15-Feb. 12. Langley Centennial Museum and National Exhibition Centre, 9135 King St., Fort Langley, B.C. Furniture, sculpture, musical instruments, toys, boats, turnings and marquetry. Contact Diane Thorpe, assistant curator, at (604) 888-3922. Show-The Canadian Workshop Show (formerly Woodworking World), Feb. 3-5. Exhibition Place, Toronto. Exhibits, demos, seminars, sales. For info., call (416) 4758440 or write 130 Spy Court, Markham, Onto L3R 5H6. Show-Toronto Woodworking World Show, Feb. 17-19. The Skyline Toronto. For more info., contact COl Productions, Box 796, Rt. 3 CANADA: 03264. (603) 536-3768. & IRELAND: factories, Imperial Palace Museum, the Shanghai Furniture Factory, Xian Raw Lacquer Research Institute, June 3-19, 1989. S3,505 includes air fare. Contact Eva Frank, 3504 Beneva Road, Sarasota, FL 34232. (813) 923-3377. CHINA: Tour-Guided tour by Liam O'Neill for woodworkers, turners and carvers, May 9-23. Departure points: Boston or New York. Deadline: Feb. 28. Call the Woodworking Assoc. of N. America at (603) 536-3876. Study tour-Visits to famous woodworking Cummings Hill Rd., Plymouth, NH Co peti o -Dreme m ti n llD ks uc Show-The Forest Ciry Wood Show, Feb. 17Unlimited Exhibit-"Catch a Brass Ring: CarClass-Timber framing with Tedd BenWorkshop Shaker basketmaker John McGuire, Mar. 18-19. Contact the Vermont State Craft Center at Frog Hollow, Middlebury, 05753. (802) 388-3177. - Show-2nd annual VA Woodworking World SASE Show-Dallas Art Buyers Caravan Show, Mar. 11-12. Hyatt-Regency, DallaslFt. Worth Airport. Open to buyers from the trade only. Contact Paul Karel, Art Buyers Caravan, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. (314) 421-5445. thru Juried exhibit-"Exhibition '48," Cedar Ciry's (letter size) to Thurs. & Show-4th annual Houston Woodworking W rkshops-Woodtu o Park, rn ing techniques with Ernie : intermediGrace
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MAR/APR 1989 (75)