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Fine Woodworking : MAR/APR 1989 (75)
Events Listings of gallery shows, rIUljor craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are .free, but restricted to happenings of direct int eres We'll list events (including entry deadlines for future jurled shows) that printed on the cover of the rIUlgazine, with a little overlap when months be fore the Jan dead must be noti fied line for AUBAMA: CALI uary ing skiff, wi Simon Watts, April 22-29. Contact Crissy Field, National Maritime Museum Assoc., Bldg. 275, San Francisco, CA 941 29. (415) 929-0202. Workshops-Traditional Japanese woodworking shoji screen, tansu chest, joinery & hand sharpening by Jay Van Arsdale. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524·3700. wi Simon Watts, April 8-15. Contact Ann Smith, 240 12th St., Arcata, 95221. (707) 826-1544. Clas Clas COLO woodworking courses, day and evening. Red Rocks Community College, 12600 W. 6th Ave., Golden, 80401. For spring 1989 class information, call John Sperling at (303) 988·6160, ext. 211. RAD O: Clas CONNECTICUT: Workshops-18th-century joinery techniques, wi Eugene Landon, Mar. 4-5; surface design & techniques, wi Robert Dodge, Mar. 11-12; woodfinish· ing techniques, wi Gregory Johnson, Mar. 18-19. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Exhibit-"Beautiful Soup," tureens and bowls, Mar. 22May 6. The Elements Gallery, 14 Liberty Way, Greenwich, 06830. (203) 661·0014. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Show-1989 Washington Craft Show, April 20-23. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave., N.W. For info., call (202) 357-2700. Se turners, Mar. 30-April 1. Reception Suite, Nat'l Museum of American History. Contact Ted Crom, Route 2, Box 212, Hawthorne, FL 32640. (904) 475·1609 or 475-2291. lllin FLORIDA: Workshop- 1 ·week "Ultralight" canoe building workshop with Thomas Hill, Mar. 6-12. Contact Wally Mason, Florida Gulf Coast Art Center, 222 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Belleair, 33516. (81 3) 584-8634. ILLINOIS: Expo-5th annual American Craft Expo, Sept. 7-10. Application deadline: Mar. 1. Need duplicate slides of 5 works and nonrefundable S 15 application fee. Contact Christine Robb, 530 Willow Road, Winnetka, 60093. (312) 441-7964. Show-10th annual Fountain Square Arts Festival, June 24-25. Evanston. Application deadline: April 7. For appli· cation, contact merce, 807 Davis St., Evanston, 60201. (312) 328-1 500. Show-Chicago Art Buyers Caravan Show, May FSAF, IND saw, router seminar, scroll-saw use. Free. Contact Edward B. Mueller Co. Inc., 3940 S. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis, 46227. (317) 783-2040. IAN IOWA: Juri ed show-19th annual "Art in the Park," May 20-21. Four Square Park, Main Ave., Clinton. Closing date: April 1. Clinton Art Assoc., Box 132, Clinton, 52732. (319) 259-8308 (Carol Glahn). Exhibit-American Wildfowl Decoys, April 16-June 10. Shorebird and duck decoys carved between 1870-1960. Muscatine seminar, Mar. 30-31; installation of architectural woodwork seminar, April 9-12; veneering procedures & applications, May 4-7. Nat'l Wood Technology Ctr., Pittsburg State Uttiv., Pittsburg, 66762. (316) 232-5500 Juri KAN nat'l 3-dimensional ed show-"Dimensions '89," Lenexa's 5th annual show, May 19-21. Sar-Ko-Par Park, 87th Street Parkway at Lackman Road, Lenexa. For more info. and entry forms, contact William H. Nicks Jr., show director, City of Lenexa, 13420 Oak, Lenexa, 66215; (91 3) 541-8592 or 492-8800. art 112 Fine Woodworking 444 Park Ave. S., New York, Art Center, Muscatin. Contact Susan Flamm, 10016. (212) 481·3080. NY SAS: Seminars-1 3th annual wood technology pocenter, Chicago. Open to buyers from the trade only. Contact Paul Karel, ABC, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. (314) 421-5445. 6-8. A: Workshops-Sharpening techniques, tabledo Evanston Chamber of ComEx· NEW JERSEY: Show-Super Crafts Star Show, Mar. 31April 2. Meadowlands Stadium Club, East Rutherford. Contact Creative Faires Ltd., Box 1688, Westhampton Beach, Auction-C Holiday Inn, Clinton. 10 C Exhibit-Spring Showcase, contemporary crafꕅ譃 RAFTꕅ NY RAFTꕅ 11978. (516) 288·2004. of NJ annual tool auction, April 1. For more info., write , 85 Brunswick Ave., Lebanon, 08833. A.M. & jewelry, April 14-May 13. Will feature woodturn art, Show-5th Spring Fling Crafts Festival, April 28-30. Nas· sau Coliseum, Uniondale, Long Island. Contact Creative Faires Ltd., Box 1688, Westhampton Beach, 11978. (516) 288·2004. thru Thurs. American ect vessels by Michael Foster. Sheila Nussbaum Gallery, 358 Millburn Ave., Millburn, 07041. (201) 467· 1720. NEW YORK: Workshops-Hand-tool workshops by Robert Meadow. Mar. 11-12, April 15-16. Japanese tools, sharpetting techniques, joinery, furnituremaking, instrumentmaking. The Luthierie, 2449 W. Saugerties Road, Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246,5207. Juried show-3rd annual American Craft At The Armory exhibit and sale, May 4-7. 7th Regiment Armory, American I:::raft Enterprises, Box 10, New Paltz, 12561. (914) 255-0039. Show-1st annual Woodworking World Show, April 7-9. Erie County Fairgrounds, Hamburg. Contact W ANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) 521·7623 or (603) 536-3768 Mon. NYc. ar-Smithsonian Institution meeting of ornamental ses-Comprehensive carpentry and s-Building the Petaluma, a recreational rowing shell, l;for July and Augus� ifs May 1, even to spacꕅ issue date are perm its. We go to press of well in advance. For example, ts the be held in March or rIUlgazine and and Apri the two so on. Juried exhibit-"Magic City Art Connec- tion," April 7-8. MCAC, Eileen Kunzman, 1128 Glen View Road, Birmingham, 35222; (205) 595-3563. FORNIA: Exhibit-"Four Traditions," the revital- ization of the fine craft traditions within the larger arts community context, April 2-21. Southwestern College Art Gallery, 900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista, 92010. Contact Joanne Peterson at (619) 421·0349, 421-6700, ext. 636 or 423-7405 (home); or Judith Nicolaidis at 4210349, 421-6700, ext. 635 or 266-2605 (home). s-Building Sea Urchin, a traditional Nova Scotia rowl is t to cu rrent wood workers. with the months KENTUCKY: Workshop-Greenwood chairmaking, techniques, technology & design, April 1-2. Instructors: John P. Alexander Jr., Drew Langsner, Brian Boggs; Si lO. Contact Brian Boggs, 114 Elms St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986,9188. MAINꕅ: Le MARYLAN . Festival, Aug. Traditional and contemporary crafts (no kits). Deadline: April 1. Contact Lisa Land, Governor's Office of Art and Culture, 80 West St., Annapolis, 21401. (30\) 974,51 10. Juri � ed shows-14th annual Spring Arts & Crafts Fair, April 14-16. Montgomery County F 12th annual Spring Crafts Festival, April 28-30. Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. For info. and application, send 3 stamps (75¢) for postage to Deann Verdier, Sugarloaf Mountain Works Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. airgꕅ MAS SACHUSETTS: can Furniture," Thursdays, Mar. 16-May 25. Codman Carriage House, Codman Road, Lincoln. 7 C1as tact SPNEA, Harrison Gray Otis House, 141 Cambridge St., Boston, 02114. (617) 227-3956. Show-7th annual Woodworking World Show, April 2830. The Bayside Expo Center, Boston. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) 521·7623 or (603) 536,3768 Mon. thru Thurs. ExhibitS-Ceramics, fiber, furniture, glass and metal works by students and faculty of Swain School of Design, Southern Mass. Univ., Mar. 11-22. Turned wood by Dan Kvitka, April 29-May 27. The Society of P.M. to 9 P.M. 175 Newbury St., Boston, 02166. (617) 266· 1810. Workshops-Various weekend workshops. Contact Ho· rizons, The New England Craft Program, 374 Montague Road, Amherst, 01002. (413) 549-4841. Arts Clas NY EAIA, MINNE MICHIGAN: Meeting-Annual meeting of Early Ameri· can Industries field Village, Dearborn. Reservation deadline: April 10. Contact ny, Asso Box 2128, Empire State Plaza Station, Alba12220-0128. s-Lofting and building the Herreschoff pram, wi Simon Watts, May 6-13. Contact John Wilson, 500 E. Broadway Highway, Charlotte, 48813. (517) 543·5325. Show-Woodturning show, April 28-May 20. JaniS Wets· man 20th Century Decorative Art at Artpack Services, Inc., & A.I.R., 31505 Grand River, Door #10, Farmington, 48024. Call (313) 645·6212. SOTA: Show-ACC Craft Fair's American Craft Expo., Mar. 29-30 (trade) & Mar. 31-April 2 (public). St. Paul Civic Center, St. Paul. ACC Craft Fair, Box 10, 256 Main St., New Paltz, Marylou Krajci at (212) 420·1140. MIS NY, MONTANA: Festival-Western Montana College Industrial Arts Dep try, April 28-29. Cabinetmaking, furniture restoration and woodturning. Contact Western Montana College, Dillon, 59725. (406) 683-7011. artm ent's Annual Festival of Arts and IndusSOURI: Show-2nd annual Laumeier Contempo- rary Art and Craft Fair, May 12-14. Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis. Applications due Mar. 3. Contact Ginny Herzog, art chairman, Laumeier CACF, 12580 Rott Road, St. Louis, 63127. (314) 821·1209 or 391-8201. 12561. (914) 255-0039. Contact c., May 18-21. Ford Museum & Greenand Crafts, s-"Three Centuries of AmeriCon- PENNSYLVANIA: Show-1st Annual Graduate Apprentice Show, featuring woodworking of former apprentices of Jeffrey Greene, Mar. 4-April 14. Divergence Gallery, ey Alley, ew Hope. Contact Kay Lord at (215) 862-9620. Juri ed show-7th annual PA Nat'l Mar. 24-26. PA State Farm Show Complex, Harrisburg. PA. Nat'l Arts & Crafts Show, Box 11469, Harrisburg, 17108-1469. (717) 763- 1254. Workshop-japanese woodworking, wi Robert Meadows, April 29-30. PGC Craft Center, Tyler State Park, Richboro. 590. To register, contact the PA Guild of Crafts· men, Box 820, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Arts ton, Exhibit Committee, Appalachian Center for Crafts, Route 3, Box 430, Smithville, 37166. (615) 597-6801. SASE & Texas Crafts Exhibit, April 1-2. Winedale Historical Center, Univ. of Texas at Austin. Contact Gloria Jaster, Box 11, Round Top, 78954. (409) 278· 3530. nus: Juri ed show-Annual Winedale Spring Festival UTAH: Workshop-Annual Woodturning West Sympo· sium, May 8-12. Craft Supplies USA. Contact Craft Supplies USA, 1287 E. 1120 S., Provo, 8460\. (801) 373-0917. � WAS pieces by gallery members, Mar. 2-26. "Elegant Simplicity," of furnituremaker Ross Day, April 6-30. Northwest Gallery, 202 1st Ave. S., Seattle, 98104. (206) 625-0542. Workshop-Lapstrake construction by Simon Watts, Mar. 18-26. 8:30 HIN Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle, 98109. (206) 382·BOAT. Workshops-Pl 18; interior joinery, April 8; flat-bottom skiff, April 29-30. Contact Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 251 Otto St., Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-4948. Lec:ture!workshop-Woodworking joinery & design, wi Tage Frid, April 14 (lecture), 15-16 (workshop). The Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle, 98109. (206) 382-2628. ankiꕅ A.M. WEST wi David Finck, Mar. 10-12; wood turning, wi Alan Stm, April 21-23; progressive Windsor chairmaking, wi Randall Fields, April 24-29. Crafts Center, Cedar Lakes, Ripley, 25271. (304) 372-6263. VIR Arts, CAN WISCONSIN: Juri Arts, April 2. Fine Wisc.-Stevens Point. Contact John Morser, Festival of the Box 872, Stevens POint, 54481. (715) 341 -4655. Arts CHIN ADA: Workshops-Specialty lumber milling, wi Will Malloff, author of "Chainsaw Lumbermaking," The Taunton Press, which is course prerequisite reading, April 22-28. Contact Don Gillingham at Selkirk Rosemont Col· lege, 2001 Silver King Road, Nelson, B.C., V1L 1C8. (604) 352-6601, ext. 232. A: Study tour-Visits to famous woodworking factories, Imperial Palace Museum, Shanghai Furniture Factory, Xian Raw Lacquer Research Institute, June 3-19. S3,505 includes air fare. Contact Eva Frank, 3504 Beneva Road, Sarasota, FL 34232. (813) 923-3377. ed show-17th annual Festival of the Bldg (interior courtyard), Univ. of g, Mar. 4; sailꕅ GINIA: Workshops-Wooden handplanes, to 5 P.M. aking & repair, Mar. . Brigham Young Univ. Richard RaIfꕅ譃, VIRGINIA: Exhibit-Miles Carpenter Cententtial Ex· hibit, April 28-June 23. Hand Workshop, 1812 W. Main St., Richmond, 23220. (804) 353-0094. Seminar-"Maximizing Quality & Profit for Your Woodworking," April 29. Registration closes April 1. Contact Jack McClintock, 9901 Burke Lake Road, Burke, 22015. (703) 250-71 22. GTON: Shows-"Members' New Work," new May TENNESSEE: Exhibit-Seeking exhibit proposals in sculpture, painting, drawing, metal, clay, wood, printmaking, glass, textiles & designs. Deadline: Mar. 15. Send pro 12 slides wi dimension, resume and to Trent Whitingposaꕅ s, & Crafts Show, ound, Gaithersburg. velopments in design and construction of yachts, Mar. 1. The Rockport Apprenticeshop, Box 539, Sea Street, Rockport, 04856. (207) 236·6071. C1asses-2·week design-&·build courses, Mar. 6-17,June 12-23, Nov. 6-17. Shelter Institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. ctur D: Juri ed show-Rocky Gap Music & Crafts Rocky Gap State Park, Cumberland. e-Chuck Paine will review recent de- Shows-Frame·O·Rama, April 14-16. Piers 90 & 92, New York Passenger Ship Terminal, Pier 88. Open to buyers from the trade only. Contact Paul Karel, Art Buyers Caravan, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. (314) 421-5445. Workshops-Weekend boatbuilding workshops, Jan. May (last weekend of each month). South Street Museum, NYc. Shows-Pratt Creative Creative 200 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, 11205. (718) 636-3600. NYc. Arts Seagate Center, Toledo. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) oodw 521-7623 or (603) 536-3768. OREGON: Workshops-"Art Furttiture: Surface Treatments," by Beth Yoe, Mar. 5. Various workshops in woodworking for summer quarter, June 13-Aug. 22. Oregon School of Arts & Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Road, Portland, 97225. Call (503) 297-5544 for a summer schedule. OHIO: Conferenc:e-Northcoast Woodturners Turning Conference, Mar. 30-April 1. Coventry High School, 3257 Cormany Road, Akron. Rude Osolnik, Dale ish, Clead Christiansen & featured club members. Also, trade show and instant gallery. Contact Steve Geiger, 5834 Mallard Court, Mentor, 44060. (216) 257·0346. Show-1st annual W orking World Show, April 14-16. For r Therapy Institute, Mar. 12-18. Pratt Institute eserꕅ Arts atiOns, Therapy call Expo (212) 669-9416. Seapꕅ thru Galeria, April 14-16. rt , Mar. 18. Spring The Center for Wooden
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