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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1989 (77)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, 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 current 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 be held in March or April is january for july and August, it's May C Watts, July 15. Students bring their own woodworking tools and learn how to sharpen, adjust and use them. For more info., contact Crissy Field, National Maritime Museum Assoc., Building 275, San Francisco, 94 109. (415) 929-0202. ALI July 17-Aug. 11. College of the Redwoods Woodworking Program, 440 Alger St., Ft. Bragg, 95437. (707) 964-7056. ses- umcrous home· improvement, woodcarving, business, and furniture-making Clas Clas ses-Tools & For schedule, contact Ganahl Lumber Co., 1220 E. Ball Road, Box 31, Anaheim, 92805-5993 (714) 772-5444. Juried show-"California Wood 12-Feb. 9. Open to & 31. For infonnation and prospectus, contact BiU Dockjng, 3501 Teton Dr., Fullerton, 92635. (714) 526-7100. Show-ACC Craft Fair's Pacific States Craft Fair, Aug. 910 (trade), 11-13 (public). Fort Mason Center, Bay and laguna streets, San Francisco. For more info., contact ACC Craft Fair, Box 10, 256 Main St., New Paltz, Cali⦆ Aug. 5-8. Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim. For morc info Suppliers, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles 90025. (213) 477-8521. Workshop-Lumber drying workshop, Aug. 7-11 . UC Forest Products laboratory, 1301 S. 46th St., Richmond, 94804. (415) 231-9487. .• pram, Sea Lion. C1as s-Boatbuilding class, July 22-29. Build the sailing ational Maritime Museum Assoc., Crissy Field, Building 275, San FranciSCO, 941 29. (415) 929-0202. Juri ed exhibit-"The Fine Art of Woodworking," Sept. 2-0ct. 29; deadline Aug. 10. For info., contact Highlight Gallery, 45052 Main St., Box 1515, Mendocino, 95460. (707) 937-31 32. Workshop-Wood science and technology for conservation workshop, July 31-Aug. 4, Richmond. For info., contact Campbell Center, Box 66, Mt. CarrOll, IL 61053. (815) 244- 1173. Conference-4th annual Southern California Woodworking Conference, Aug. 9-13. Harvey Mudd College, Claremont. For more info., contact Southern California Woodworking Conference, 3825 W. 139th St., Hawthorne, 90250. (213) 679-2485. Clas 0-0 Sept. 3 COLO craft s-Building the Petaluma, a recreational rowing shell, ct. 7. For more info., contact National Maritime Museum Assoc., Building 275, Crissy Field, San Francisco, 94109. (415) 929-0202. For a free catalog, contact Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Juried exhibit-The 5th annual juried exhibition, Sept. 17-0ct. 29. Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum, Colorado Springs. Entries deadline Sept. 8-9. For more info., contact The Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, 918 N. Royer St., Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 632-8548. &RAD CON NE CTICUT: Workshops-Evening and weekend woodworkjng workshops in Brookfield, June thru Aug.; evening and weekend woodworking workshops in Sono, June thru Aug. Workshops focus on things like router techniques, woodworking techniques, elements of design, cabinetmaking and more. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Exhibit-"A New Elegance: Furniture for the '90s," thru July 16. The Elements, Gallery of Fine Contemporary Design, 14 Liberty Way, Greenwich, 06830. (203) 661-0014. Juried exhibit-54th annual exhibition of Society of Connecticut Craftsmen, thru Aug. 13. Mon.-Sat. 9 Sun. 1-5 Stamford. Contact Emily Zeitlin, (203) 267-8475. Show-Sono Arts Celebration, Aug. 5-6. Over 100 exhibiting and demonstrating artists in the streets of S. orwalk Contact Kristi Skjba, 134 Main St., Norwalk, 06851. (203) 846- 1 508. Juried exhibit-32nd annual crafts exposition, July 1315. On the Guilford Green. 12-9 P.M., P.M. Handcrafts, Box 589, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. P.M. 90 Fine Woodworking Contact Guilford Stamford Museum, 39 Scofieldtown Rd., A.M. to 5 O: Workshops-15 summer workshops in art furniture and product design, June thru Aug. & contact Association of Western Furniture (914) 255-0039. Exhibit-7th national lathe-turned objects exhibition, Aug. 5-31. Highlight Gallery, 45052 Main St., Box 1515, Mendocino, 95460. (707) 937-31 32. Show-Woodworkjng, machinery NY 12561. working ornia wood workers. Deadline Oct. Art & Craft," Jan. cabinetmaking classes. PO RN IA: Class-Morning tool clinic wI Simon 1, techniques, June 26-July 14; projects, and so on. 1; PLO hibit featuring artists from the 11 states of the Southeast Region of the American Craft Council, June 18-July 23. Univ. of Fla. Gallery, 102 F.A.B., Univ. of Fla., Gainesville, 3261 1. RID GEORGIA: Show-Art Buyers Caravan show, Sept. 9I 1. Atlanta Merchandise Mart, Atlanta. Contact Paul Karel, ABC, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. (314) 421-5445. Juried exhibit-36th Arts Festival of Atlanta, Sept. 1624. Piedmont Park, Atlanta. For info and prospectus, contact Arts Festival of Atlanta, 501 Peachtree St. N.E., Atlanta, 30308. (404) 885- 11 25. Exhibit-"New Work: Handmade Furniture," June 28 thru Aug. 19. Great American Gallery, 1925 Peachtree Road N.E., Atlanta, 30309. (404) 351-8210. Show-Prater's Mill Country Fair, Oct. 14-1 5. Prater's Mill, Dalton. An Appalachian folk festival featuring works of fine art and traditional crafts. 10 Admission is S3 for adults, children under 12 free. For more info., contact Prater's Mill Foundation, 101 Timberland Dr., Dalton, 30720. (404) 259-5765. A.M. ID Aug. 4-Aug. 6. Fort Sherman grounds, North Idaho College, Coeur d'Alene. For more info., contact Citizens Council for the Arts, Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. (208) 667-9346. Workshop-"Manufacturing AH ture," Aug. 21-22, McCall. For information, contact Dept. of Forest Products, Univ. of Idaho, Moscow, 83843. (208) 885-7402. & furniture supply fair, ILLINOIS: Classes-Numerous conservation and preservation training classes, April thru Aug. Campbell Center For Historic Preservation Studies, Box 66, Mount Carroll, 61053. (815) 244-1173. Juried exhibit-The 5th Annual American Craft ExpoSition, Sept. 7-10. The Henry Crown Sports Pavilion, Lincoln Street, Evanston. For more info., contact Chris· tine Robb, American Craft Exposition, 530 Willow Rd., Winnetka, 60093. (312) 441 -7964. Workshop-Veneer Contact Campbell Center, Box 66, Mt. Carroll, 61053. (815) 244- 1173. Show-Woodworkjng World Chicago Area Show, Oct. 68. The Metro Center, Rockford. For more information, contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768. & IND Crafts, thru July 16. Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne. Contact September McConnell, (219) 422-6467. Show-Chautauqua of the Arts art festival, Sept. 23-24. Outdoor show on Vine and Main streets, Madison. More than 200 artists and craftsmen, including woodworkers. For more info., contact Chautauqua of the Arts, 1119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. (812) 265-5080. IAN IOWA: Classes-Numerous one-day woodworking classes, June thru Sept. Contact Vesterheim NorwegianAmerican Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decorah, 52101. (319) 382-9681. Exhibit- 1989 Old-Time Country Music Festival neer Exposition of Arts Pottawauam_ie Fairgrounds, Avoca. For morc info., contact ational Traditional Country Music Assoc., 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs, 51501. Juried exhibit-8th annual exhibition of woodcarving in the orwegian tradition, July 28-30. Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, Decorah. Entry dates July 116. For more info., contact Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum, 502 382-9681. & W. Bluegrass Convention Center, Louisville. Contact Paul Karel, ABC, 408 Olive St., St. Louis, MO 63102. (314) 421 -5445. KE LOUIS al Juried Competition of Fine Art IAN July 10-28, Aug. 7-25. Post MAIN A: Juried show-Lafayette Art Assoc. AnnuOriginal Crafts, Oct. 9- ov. 10. Slides due July I. For prospectus and info., write Sara Parker, Lafay fayette, 70501. & ette Art Gallery, 700 Lee Ave., la- E: Classes-2- and 3-week homebuilding classes, beam class, Sept. 10-15. The Shelter Institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. Workshops-Various workshops focusing on boats, including boat building, July thru August. Contact TIle Rockport Apprenticeshop, Sea Street, Box 539, Rockport, 04856. (207) 236-6071. & Objects," July 2-Aug. 27. Washington County Museum of Fine Arts, Box 423, Hagerstown, 21741. (30 Juried exhibit-Rocky Gap Music Aug. MAR LAN 4-6. A.M. Y info., contact Governor's Office of Art to 5 ing woodworkers. Contact Cindy Hcight, Box 174, Havre P.M. Rocky Gap State Park, Cumberland. For more Culture, 80 West St., Annapolis, 21401. (301) 974-51 10. Show-26th annual Havre de Grace art show, Aug. 1920, 10 & Featuring over 200 craftsmen includ& I) 739-5727. Crafts Festival, D: Exhibit-"Small Contemporary Wood Water St., Decorah, 52101. (319) NTUCKY: Show-Art Buyers Caravan show, Aug. 21. Crafts, Aug. 30-Sept. 4. & PioA: Exhibit-"Artful Objects: Recent American marquetry workshop, July 9-13. Marketing Log FurniO: Juri to 6 P.M. ed show-21st Art on the Green festival, both days. A: Juried show-"Spotlight '89," a juried ex- de Grace, 21078. (301) 879-4404. Juried exhibit-Gaithersburg Craft Market, Sept. 30Oct. I. Summit Hall Farm Park, Gaithersburg. For more info., contact Lipman Designer Productions, Box 164, Dallastown, PA 17313. (717) 244-8438. Show-Southern Maryland Wildlife and Seafood Fest, Sept. 23-24, in Charles County. For info., contact Pamela Hungerford Frank, Box 400, Indian Head, 20640. (301) 753-61 11 . Juried exhibit-Sugarloafs 13th Annual Maryland Crafts Festival, Oct. 13-1 5. Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. Featuring 365 artists and craftsmen. For more information, contact Deann Verdier, Sugarloaf Mountain Works Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. MASSACHUSETTS: Classes-Various creative arts classes including woodworkjng, throughout the year. For more info., contact The Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 2674430. Exhibits-Floor coverings 021 16. (617) 266- 1810. Juried exhibit-"Surface and Substance: Exploration of Texture in Craft," thru Aug. 6. The Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Workshops-Housebuilding, June 26-July 14; timber framing, July 17-2 1. For a brochure, contact The Heartwood School, Johnson Rd., Washington, 01 235. (413) 623-6677, Show-Day-Iong workshops, Aug. 19, 10th annual Doll House & nis, Route 132, Hyannis. 10 & and competition, Aug. 5-6. Eddie Edgar Ice Arena, livonia. Contact Jim Rowe, 10953 Sherman, Southfield, 48034-4321. (313) 357-5741. Juried exhibit-30th annual Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 19-22. Set up in Ann Arbor's downtown area and next to the Univ. of Mich. campus. For more info., contact AASAF, Box 1352, Ann Arbor, 48106. (313) 994-5260. MI CHIG AN MIN NESOTA: Juri ed show-7th annual Upper Mid- west Woodcarving Exhibit, July 23-28, Blue Earth. For more info., contact Harley Schmitgen, 311 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Workshop-Villa Maria Woodcarving Workshop, Aug. 13-19, Frontenac. Contact Villa Maria Workshops, Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55431. Exhibit-7th annual Northern Woods Exhibit, Oct. 5-8. Bandana Square in Energy Park, St. Paul. Submission deadline Sept. 1. For more info., contact Elaine Carney, Orchard Woodworkjng, 948 Orchard Lane, Roseville, 551 13. (612) 483-5647. MI Why We Create June, July lenge," July 7-Aug. 12. Craft Alliance Gallery, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis. 631 30. For more info., contact The Wood Turning Center, Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Clas Exhi NEB Oct. 27-29. Elkhorn Middle School, Elkhorn. For more information, send SASE to Joanne Traise, 1803 cle, Omaha, 681 30. NEW H Institute workshops intended for violin builders, bowmakers, musicians, stringed· instrument craftspeople and music educators, thru Aug. For a brochure, contact Univ. of NH, Div. of Continuing Ed., Violin Institute, 6 Garrison Ave., Durham, 03824. (603) 862- 1088. Show-Pratt Institute's "Summer Creative Arts Therapy Institute," June 19-July 15. Lincoln. For more details, contact Leslie Abrams, Creative Arts Therapy Dept., at (718) 636-3428. Show-56th annual Craftsmen's Fair, Aug. 5-13. More than 100 League of New Hampshire Craftsmen featuring exhibits, demonstrations, workshops, performing arts. For more info., contact Judith Northup-Bennett, 205 . Main St., Concord, 03301. (603) 224- 1471. Show-31st annual Canterbury Fair, July 29, 9 RASKA AM PSHI RE P.M. Contact Doneta Fischer, Canterbury Fair, 99 Old TilA.M. ton Rd., Canterbury, 03224. (603) 783-9024. Sales-Antique & Craftsmans Tool Auctions: listed sales, to 5 s. 169th Cir: Workshops-16th Annual Violin : Show-Cottonwood Quilter'S Guild show, SSOURI: Conference-"The Purpose of the Object: Why We Collect," July 7-9. Craft Alli- ance Gallery, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, 631 30. Contact Wood Turning Center, Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. & ses-Classes cover a broad range of folk and fine arts, Sept. For catalog or more info., write or call Bethel Colony School of the Arts, Box 127, Bethel, 63434. (816) 284-6493. & bit-"Works Off The lathe: Turners Face A ChalMiniature Show contact Gordon Harris, Cape Cod Miniature Society, Box 1596, Orleans. (508) 155-3216. Juried exhibit-"Wood turners of the Northeast 1990," Fcb. 10 thru March 17, 1990. The Worcester Center For Crafts, Worcester. Entries deadline Sept 22. For more info. and entry form, contact The Worcester Center For Crafts, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, 01605. (508) 753-8183. & A.M. Sale, Aug. 20. Sheraton Hyanto 5 P.M. : Exhibit- 1 5th annual carving exhibition For more info., In II" featuring boxes in a variety of sizes, shapes and media, July 22-Aug. 26; group furniture show, Sept. 2-Qct. 21. The Society of Arts & lamps, thru July 15; "Boxed Crafts, 175 ewbury St., Boston,
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