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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1992 (95)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are curmnt with the time period indicated on the cover of the magazine, with overlap when space permits. We go to press three months before the issue date of the magazine and must be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline fOt· events to be held in March and August, it's May 1, and so on. NATIONAL 01' World Turning Conference, April 21-25, 1993. Wilmington, Delaware. Application deadline: Aug. I. Contact Albert LeCoff, Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Juried exhibition-Redefining ihe Ladle-Turned Object. Call for entries. Slide deadline: Oct. SASE to Arizona State niversity Center, Tempe, 0- Festival-International Craft Festival '92 Toyama, Sept.817. Toyama Prefecture, Japan. Contact Mr. Yamashita, Mr. Kuyo, Ms. Gen, Toyama Industrial Technique Center 150 Futakami-machi, Takaoka-City, Toyama Pref., Japan 933. 81·(0)766-28· 1838. Student competition-Design Emphasis '92, Aug. 2124. Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, GA. For furdler information on the competition, contact Shirley Byron, Competition Coordinaror, Design Emphasis '92, lWF, 8931 Shady Grove Ct., Gaithersburg, MD 20877. (301) 948-5730. Show-1992 National Hardware Show, Aug. 17. 3M, 530 Fifth Ave., New York, Arts signs in Wood, thru July 5. Sponsored by San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association. For info, contact Souihern California Expo, Entry Office, Del Mar, 92014-2216. Workshops-Woodworking for women. Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648·6861. Solicitation-New artists wanted for ihe Los Angeles Craft CALI lectors, curators, architects, designers. For info, contact Craft Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90036. (213) 934-7239. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Proposals-The National Museum of Women in ihe Arts, Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and the Virginia Center of ihe Craft Arts invite submissions of proposals for ihe conference Women and The Craft Arts, scheduled for Oct. 1993 in Washington, DC Proposal abstracts should be no longer ihan one typewritten page and sent to TIle National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 & & Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20005-3920, Ann. Angela A. Adanlas. Deadline: Sept. 30. For info, contact Paula Owen, Executive Director, The Hand Workshop, 1812 West Main St., Richmond, Va. 23220. (804) 353-0094. Festival-The Best of the Arts 20, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco. Contact Lori Loan (707) 778-6300 Exhibit-The Art of Function through Aug. 23, Baulines Crafts Guild, UC Museums at Blackhawk, Danville. Con· tact Baulines Crafts Guild, Schoonmaker POint, Sausalito 94965. (415) 331-8520. Exhibition-California State Fair Fine Arts, Aug. 21Sept. 7, California Works/California State Fair, Box 15649, Sacramento 95852. (916) 924-2282. Fair-Pacific States Craft Fair, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco. For information contact American Craft Enterprises (800) 836-3470. Classes-Various woodworking progranls ihrough Aug. 7. 440 Alger St., Fort Bragg 95437. (707) 964-7056. Fair-A celebration of ihe California Northcoast's woodworking tradition, July 10-12. College of ihe Redwoods, 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd., Eureka. For general wood fair info, call (707) 445·6915 or (707) 445-6966; for gallery exhibition details call (707) 445-6915. & COLORADO: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshops-Summer woodworking and furniture design workshops, ihru Aug. Instructors include: Silas Kopf, James Krenov and Sam Maloof. For a free catalog, contact Anderson Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Seminars-Woodworking seminars, Sept. thru April. Contact Schlosser Tool and Manufacturing Co., 30 I Bryant St., Denver, 80219. (303) 922-8244. Rancl1 CONNECTICUT: Juried show-SoNo Arts Celebration, Aug. 1-2. Waterfront district of Souih Norwalk. For an application, send SASE to SoNo Arts Celebration, Exhibit· ing Arts Committee, PO Box 2222, South Norwalk, 06852. (203) 849-9366 Juried show-New Views-A show for emerging artists, Sept. 26-0ct. 17. Application deadline Aug. 8. For appli- Arts Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Folk Art Museum Research Library. Used by colFolk Art Museum Library, c/o the May Co., 6067 AZ 85287-2911. (602) 965-2787. Art I. more info, contact Michael R. Virgintino (212) 536-7921. NY FORNIA: Competition and exhibition-De10036. (212) 536-7930. For April isJanuary l;for July INTERNATIONAL: Conference- cation send SASE to New Views, Guilford Handcrafts Center, PO Box 589, Guilford 06437. (203) 453-5947. Exhibition-Colorful Carvings and Bird Houses by Raintree Carving (Barry Leader), thru Aug. 2. Brookfield Craft Center, Route 25, Brookfield. (203) 775-4526. Juried exposition-35th July 16-18. Town Green, Guilford. (203) 453-5947. Workshops-Bandsaw boxes, July 19-20; Shaker Oval Boxes, Aug. 1-2; Advanced Bowl Tu rnin arullI Exhibition-57ih annual Society of Connecticut Craftsmen, July 18-Aug. 9. ew Canaan. For prospectus send SASE to Society of Connecticut Craftsmen, PO Box 615, Hartford 06142. Building an Adirondack Guideboat, Aug. 17-22. Brookfield Craft Center, PO FLO For prospectus, send Museum, Nelson Fine Guild, second Thursday of every month, Winter Park. For information, contact Ed Harte (407) 862-3338. MeetingS-Sarasota Woodworking Club. Second TIllIrs· day of every monih. For info, contact Tom Clark, 3544 Oak Grove Drive, Sarasota, 34243. (813) 351-9059. Show-Riverside Art Festival, Sept. 12-13. Riverside Avondale Preservation, 2623 Herschel St., Jacksonville 32204. (904) 389-2449. Festival-30ih annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Feb. 13-15, 1993. Deadline Sept. 15. For an application, write Coconut Grove Arts Festival, PO Box 330757, Miami 33233-0757. (305) 447-0401. RID GEORGIA: Competition-Design Emphasis '92 furniture design competition, call for entries. Sponsored by and held in conjunction widl the International Woodworking Machinery 24, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta. For info on dle competition, contact Shirley Byron, IWF, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. (301) 948-5730. Workshops-Japanese woodworking by ToshillirO Sahara. One Saturday each monih, year-round. Contact Sallara Japanese Architectural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place N.W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355· 1976. Courses-Various woodworking courses, Feb. tllru May. For info, contact Chris Bagby, Highland Hardware, 1045 N. Highland Ave., .E., Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. & IDAHO: Festival-24tll annual Art on ihe Green festival, July 31-Aug. 2. Fort Sherman area of Norih IdailO College campus, Coeur d'Alene. For more info, contact Citizens Council for the Arls, PO Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. (208) 667-9346. ILLINOIS: Exposition-8th annual American Craft ExpOSition, Sept. 9-12. The Henry Crown Sports Pavilion, Evanston Lincoln St. Contacl Shelly K. Robinson, Winger Associates, 320 N. Michigan Ave. Suile 1901, Chicago 60601; (312) 263-4313, or Wendy Loeser, Evanston Hospilal Public Relations Office, 1301 Central St., Evanston 60201; (708) 570·5105. & York Crafts World, Sept. 18- workshops including general woodworking, lathe and router seminars. Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, 46250. (317) 849-0193. Juried show-Works in Wood. For more info, contact Marsha Demkovich, Chesterton Art Gallery, PO Box 783, Chesterton, 46304 (2 19) 926· 3041. Classes Various log building classes tl,ru Nov. 14. William M. Lasko School ofLog Building, PO Box 274, Camby 461 13·0274. (317) 856-6868. INDIAN KENTUCKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery instruction. One-day to one-week courses. Contact Jim HalI, Adventure in Woods, 415 Center SI., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Mee tin each month. Bethel Uniled Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. (502) 426·2991. Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking instruction. One-week courses. Contact David Wright, 503 Prospect, Berea, 40403. (606) 986-7962. MAIN summer pro of Crafts, E: ClasseS-Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, . Contact 1992 Haystack Mountain School Box 518, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348-2306. Exhibition-Guild of Maine Woodworkers, July ll-Aug. 22. Thomas Moser Galleries, 415 Cumberland Ave., Portland. (207) 774-3791. Contact Jack V PO Classes-Boatbuilding and woodworking, tllfU Aug. WoodenBoat School, PO Box 78, Naskeag Rd., Brooklin 04616. (207) 359-4651. C1asses-Woodworking for adults and children in daylime, evenings and on weekends. Portland School of Art, 97 Spring St., Portland, 04101. (207) 775-3052. eserﬣ ihru July 13. Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville. For more info, contact Mac Ehrlich, 6540 Bradley Blvd., Be· dlesda, 20817. (301) 365· 1133. Exhibition-10th annual Artscape '92, July 17-19. Crafts exhibition and market, Baltimore. For more info, call (410) 396-4575. Juried show-29th annual Havre de Grace Art Show, Aug. 15-16. Tydings Memorial Park, Havre de Grace. For morc information, contact Art Show, PO Box 174, Havre de Grace, 21078. (410) 879·4404 or (410) 939-3303. MARYLAN 94 Fine Woodworking D: Show-20ih biennial Crafts Collection, (207) 829-6650. gram A: Classes-Various woodworking classes and Furniture Supply Fair '92, Aug. 21Box, Brookfield, 0680 4. (203) 775-4526. A: Meetings-Central Florida Woodworkers ai Guilford Handcrafts, g, Aug. 15-16; MASSACHUSETTS: Workshops-Summer workshops at TIle Heartwood School, Johnson Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Workshops-Fundamentals in Fine Woodworking, July 13-24 and Aug. 10-21; Shaker Nightstand, July 13-24 and Aug. 10-21; Bow Repair and Restoration, July 20-31; Violin Repair, Aug. 3-14. For info, contact orth Bennet Street School, 39 N. Bennet St., Boston, 021 13. (617) 227-01 55. ses-Woodworking classes, ihroughout most of the year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealih Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267-4430. Workshops-Summer w C1as ieisen, Dir. of Admissions, NOrtll Bennel Street School, 39 Bennet St., Boston 02113. (617) 227-0155. oodw west Woodcarvers' Exhibition, July 25-31. Blue Earih. For more information, contact Harley Schmitgen, 311 E. 14ih St., Blue Earih, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Clas MINN ESOTA: Juri orking cl asses Classes-Sculpture, Expressions in Wood, Aug. 13-16. For more information, contact Horizons, 374 Old Montague Road, Amherst. 1002 (413) 549-4841. Fair- 10th annual Artisans' Fair of Crafts, Sept. 13. Codman HOllse, Lincoln. For more inio, contact Millie O'Connell or Gretel Smitll, (617) 227-3956 or (617) 259-0076. MICHIGAN: C1asses- Stiles Education Center,July 15Sept. 30. For more info, contact ihe Center 3965 44th St., S.E. Grand Rapids 49512. (616) 698-7500. ed show-IOih annual Upper Mid. Contact Roy ses-Woodcarving classes year-round. Also, seminars on woodturning, chair caning and whittling. Special oneweek summer session Aug. lo-I4. For info, contact ihe Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (61 2) 927-7491. Workshops-9tll annual villa Maria Woodcarver's workshop, Aug. 9-15, Old Frontenac. For info write Villa Maria Woodcarvers Workshop, Box 37051, Minneapolis 55431 or call (612) 827-6590. MISSISSIPPI: Classes-Various classes. Allison Wells School of Arts 489-2787 or (601) 859-5826. & MISSOURI: Show-Third annual Wonders of Wood, Sept. 12-13. SI. Peters Cultural Art Center, 3960 Mexico Road, St. Peters. For more info, call (314) 928-8571. NEBRASKA: Classes-Carving a Big-Horned Sheep, Sept. 18-20. Midwest Woodworkers Supply, Omaha. For more info, contact Midwest Woodworkers Supply, 13209 I St., Omaha, 68137. (402) 330-5444. NEW HAMPSHIRE: ClasseS-19th summer Violin Craftsmanship Institute. University of New Hampshire. For more information, contact Violin Institute, tinuing Education, Brook House, 24 Rosemary Lane, Durham, 03824. (603) 862- 1088. Clas Clas Arts gs-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., flfSt Thursday of UNH small boxes, kitchen utensils, lalhe-turning, hand-carving, more. Contact TIle Hand Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476,5121. AuctionS-Antique and craftsman's tool auctiOns, yearround. Contact Richard A. Crane, Your Country Auctioneer, 63 Poor Farm Road, Hillsboro, 03244. (603) 478-5723. Fair-59th Annual Craftsmen's Fair, Aug. 1-9. Mt. Sunapee State & 1, of New Hampshire Craftsmen Foundation (603) 224- 1471. NEW JERSEY: Juri Park, 26-27. Waterloo Concert Field, Stanhope. For info, call ihe Stella Show Management Co. al (201) 384·0010. Workshops-Summer woodworking program, ihru Aug. For brochure, write to Peters Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Road, Laylon 07851, or call (201) 948-5200. Arts NEW MEXICO: Exhibition-1 992 New Mexico Woodworkers, July II-Aug. 9. Santa Fe Community College, PO Box 4187, Santa Fe 87502-4187. For more information, call Marilyn Batts (505) 438-1230. Seminar and juri ed exhibition-Seminar with master cabinetmaker James Krenov and an exhibition of fine woodworking, July 10-1 1. For more info, contact Santa Fe Community College, Community Services, PO Box 4187, Santa Fe, 87502-4187. College, Santa Fe 87502 (505) 438-1361. NEW YORK: Classes-Boatbuilding, Clas Clas ses-Woodworking classes. Norihern ew Mexico Community College, El Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. ses-Fine woodworking classes, Santa Fe Community Boat Museum, 750 Mary St, Claylon, 13624. (315) 686-4104. Workshops- Japanese Hand Tool workshops by Robert Meadow, July 11-12. TIle Lutllierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties 12477. (914) 246-5207. Exhibition-Step Lively: The Art of the Folk Cane, thru Sept. 7. Museum of American Folk Art, 2 Lincoln Square, New York. Contact Susan Flamm at (212) 977-7170. Festival-Chautauqua Crafts Festival, July 3-5 and Aug 7-9. Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution. For info, con- Ihru Sept Antique & ses-Fine arts and studio arts. Manchester Institute of and Sciences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. ses-Various woodworking classes, year-round. Including antique repairs, carving canes walking stiCks, PO Box 264, Route 25, ConCrafts, Inc., PO Box 950, Canton (800) Newbury. For more info, contact League ed show-22nd annual Peters Valley Craft Fair, July 25-26. For more info, contact Peters Valley Craft Fair, 19 Kuhn Rd., Laylon, 07851. (201) 948-5200. Juried festival-Waterloo and Crafts Festival, Sept.
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