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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1992 (95)
Events (continued) tact Gale Svenson, Director, Chautauqua Crafts Festival '92, PO Box 89, Mayville, 14757. (716) 386·6043. Juried festival-16th annual American Crafts Festival, July 4-5 and July 11-12. Lincoln Center, New York Ciry. For more info, contact Brenda Brigham, American Con· cern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, clair, NJ 07042. (201) 746·0091. Oasses-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes. Constantine, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461. (212) 792· 1600. Mee tin PO on Design and American -New York International Gift Fair, including Accent International Crafts. Aug. 9- 13. Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York. Festival- 15th annual ew York Renaissance Festival, Aug. I-Sept. 20 (weekends). Sterling Forest, Tuxedo. For more info, call (516) 288·2004. Exhibition-More 111an One: Contemporary Studio Pro· duction. Aug. 13-Nov. 8, featuring Skip Abelson. Ameri· can Craft Museum, 40 West 53rd St., New York 10019. (212) 956·3535. Festival-Market Street '92-A Festival of the Arts, Aug. 22-23. Historic Market Street, Coming. Contact Linda Faulkner (518) 584· 1819. Fair & -Woodstock-New Paltz Art Ulster Counry Fairgrounds, New Paltz. For more info, con· tact Scott Rubinstein/Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, PO Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679·8087 or (914) 246·3414. Festival-8th annual Autumn Crafts Festival, Aug. 29-30, Sept. 5-7. Lincoln Center, Fordham Universiry Plaza, New York Ciry. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, PO Box 650, Montclair, NJ 07042. (201) 746·0091. Exhibition-Craft Art: Western New York, 1992, Sept. 19-Nov. 29. Burchfield Art Center, Rockwell Hall, S & College at Buffalo, 1300 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo. For more info, contact the Center at (716) 878·6012. Show-28th annual antique boat show, July 30-Aug. 2. The Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary St., Clayton 13624. (315) 686·4104. SeminarslWorkshops-Tools of the Woodworking Trades, July 5-8; Shaker oval boxes, whirligigs, July 5-8; faux finishes, coopers trade workshop, July 8-1 1. For morc info contact Seminars on American Culture, New York State Historical Association, PO Box 800, Cooper· stown, 13326 (607) 547·2534. UNY NORTH C and 4th annual Mountain Magic Art and Craft Show, July 10-12. Carolina Day School, Asheville. High Country Crafters, 46 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254·2787. Workshops-Summer woodworking workshops, thru Aug. Penland School, Penland. For a catalog, write to Pen· land ScI1ool, Penland, 28765 or call (704) 765·2359. Video course-W ood Craf磭 AR LIN O Box 8005, Raleigh, 27695·8005. (919) 737·3181. Workshops-Woodworking and woodcarving work· shops, year· round. For info, contact John Campbell Folk School, Route 1, Box 14·A, Brasstown, 28902. (800) 562· 2440 or (704) 837·2775. Mee tin dence course on the wood Moore, Dept. of Wood PO & Pape磭 gs- orth Carolina Woodturners, second Satur· day of every month. Also, wood turning workshops for all levels. For info, contact Eric Hughes, Route 3, PO Box 300, Conover, 28613. (704) 464·5611. Oasses-Woodworking, design business marketing, asso· ciates degree program. Haywood Communiry College, Freedlander Dr., Clyde 28721 (704) 627·2821. For more info, contact Wayne Raab. Show-8th annual Woodworking World Carolina Show, Sept. 25-27. Omni Durham Hotel, Durham. For more info, call (800) 521·7623 or (603) 536·3768. Juried shows-13th annual Summerfest Art Aug. 21-23. Asheville Civic Center. Juried by slides/photos. Legal SASE. Fcc; 15th annual Indian Summer Art & Show Oct. 8-11. Asheville Mall. Juried by slides/photos. Le· gal SASE. Fee. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 46 Hayw ood & St., Asheville 28801. (704) 254·7547. Workshops-17th century joinery, July 6-1 1; toolmak· ing for woodworkers, July 20-24; Windsor chairmaking, Aug. 3-8; ladderback chairmaking, Aug. 17-22; Japanese woodworking, Aug. 3 I-Sept. 4; crafts and chalet tour of Switzerland, Sept. 29-Qct. 8. Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Rd., Marshall 28753. (704) 656·2280. Fair-45th annual Guild Fair, July 16-19. Asheville Civic Center, Asheville. Contact Folk Art Center (704) 298· 7928 OHIO: Se vid Wright, July 25. O 12. Tulsa Promenade Shopping Mall, 4107 S. Yale Ave., Tul· sa, 74135. For info, contact Henry and Sally Moreland, 803 Comet St., Claremore 74017. (918) 341·3809. KLAH MA O ton 45424. For info, call min Carri (606) ar-Traditional Windsor Chairmaking, Da· age Hill Fann, 7860 986· 7%2. Shull Rd., Day· : Show-16th annual woodcarving, July 10Craft show, Craft A: Shows-2nd annual Heritage Art Show, July 1-5. Old Threshers' Reunion, Denton; Crafts Fair, Sept. 5-7, gs and classes-New York Woodturners Associ· ation, first Tuesday of each month. Woodturning tech· niques, exhibits, morc. Also, Woodworking with Maurice Fraser. The Craft Student League, YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave., ew York Ciry. Festival-Southampton Fine Craft Festival, Aug. 7-9. Long Island Univ., Southampton. Contact Linda Faulkner (518) 584· 1819. Fair Box 650, Mont· O ferson contact Toni Gilbert at (503) 327·2543. Workshops-Special English Finishing T 13-17; Co RE Gallery, GON: Show-About Beds, tor: Bruce Luckhurst. Oregon ScI100l of 8245 S.W. Barnes Road, PonIand, 97225. (503) 297·5544. Juried show-Nehalem Fine Woodworking Show, Aug. 1-31. Artisans's Gallery, 12870 H St. (Highway 101). Contact Deborall Kerner, Artisan's Gallery, PO Box 367, Nehalem, 97131. (503) 368·7301. Meetings-Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, third Friday of every month. For location, contact the Guild at nser磭 Arts Craf磭, Box 1866, Portland, 97207. (503) 293·5711. Exhibition-Hugh E. McKay, July 4-Aug. 8, sculpted turned wood vessels. Earthworks Gallery, 2222 Hwy. 101 N., Yachats 97498. (503) 547·4300. Workshops-English and French Wood Finishing Tech· niques, July 13·17; Conservation and Restoration of Period Furniture, July 20·24. Oregon ScI100l of PO Southwest Barnes Road, PonIand 97225. (503) 297·5544. Meetings-Cascade Woodturner's Association, third Thursday of each month. For location, contact Wood turners, Arts & PENNSYLV Art in Contemporary Crafts, Aug. 8-Sept. 20. For more info, contact Luckenbach Mill Gallery, 459 Old York Road, Bethlehem, 18018. (215) 691·0603. Festival-9th annual Penn's Colony Festival, Sept. 19-20 and Sept. 26-27. For info, contact Penn's Colony Festival, 603 E. End Ave., Pittsburgh, 15221. (412) 241·8006. ses-Woodcarving at Sawmill Center for the Arts, AN thru Aug. For more info, contact Cook Forest Sawmill Center for the Arts, PO Box 180, Cooksburg, 16217. Juried festival-Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, July 9-12. For irtfo, contact Katherine Talcott, Assis· tant Director, Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, PO Box 1023, State College, 16804. (814) 237·3682. Classes-Windsor chair making, all levels, weekly and weekends. Contact Jim Rendi, Philadelphia Windsor Chair Shop, PO Box 67, Earlville, 19519. (215) 689·4717. Oasses- Woodturning with David Ellsworth. Three·day weekend workshops in private studio. Limit 4 students. July 17-19, 24-26; July 31-Aug 2. For irtformation, con· tact David Ellsworth, Fox Creek, 1378 Cobbler Rd., Quakertown 18951. (215) 536·5298. Seminars-Spindle turning, Palmer Sharpless, Aug. 2226; natura! and chemical coloring, color bleaching and difficult stain removal, Prew Savoy, Sept. 19-20; build a sack back Windsor, Mike Dunbar, Sept. 26-30; woodfinish and antiques, George Frank, Oct. 10-1 1; period restora· tion and touch· up, Eli Rios, Oct. 17-18; traditional Shaker oval boxes, John Wilson, Oct. 25; chip carving, Wayne Barton, Nov. 14-15. For registration irtfo contact Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, 1660 Camp Betry Washington Rd., York, 17402. (717) 755·8884. Exhibition-Guild Oas Galleries, 210 West Washington Square, Philadelphia (215) 922·6440. For info, contact Jack Vesery, (207) 829·6650. of Technology, 6·lesson correspon· industry. Contact Ms. Vann Science, N. C State Univ., RH Call ODE IS Masters of Furniture Design, July 3-Scpt. 14. Newport Art Museum, ewport. Contact Ms. Sharp, (401) 848·8200. for entries-Call for entries for major woodwork· LAN ing exhibition at the Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design (ProVidence). Entry deadline April 1, 1993. For further information, send SASE with rwo 29· cent stamps to: Seth Stem, Box 4· 14, Rhode Island School of Design, 2 College St., Providence 02903·2784. TENNESSEE: Workshops-Woodcarving with Jess Betschart, July 20-24; Woodturning with John Jordan, July 20-24. For more info, contact Ilene Quail, Appala· chian Center for Crafts, PO Box 430, Route 3, Smithville, 37166. (61 5) 597·6801. Workshops-Summer workshops at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, thru Aug. For information, contact Reg· istrar, Arrowmont School, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (61 5) 436·5860. Exhibition-Summer Faculry and Staff, rowmont School of Arts and Crafts, PO Box 567, 556 Parkway, Gatlinburg 37738·0567. (615) 436·5860. thru TEXAS: RM VE ONT: Classes-Shop courses, morc info, contact Yestcrmorrow, PO Box 344, Warren, 05674. (802) 496·5545. Oas thru Convention-Los Amigos del Mesquite annual convention, competition and trade show, Sept. 24·27. Wyndham Hotel, Austin. For more info, contact Herb Nordmeyer, Los amigos del Mesquite, PO Box 68, Knippa 78870 (512) 934·2616. Aug 1. For ses-Cedar/Canvas Canoe Construction, July 5-10 and Sept. 6-1 1. For more information, contact Sterling College, Craftsbury Common, 05827 or call Horace Strong at (802) 586·2575. Classes-Woodcarving: Ornamental and three·dimen· sional. July 6-Aug. 21. Fletcher Farm School for the and Crafts, Route 1, PO Box 1041, Ludlow 05149. (802) 228·8770. For more information, contact Alma Rounds, 77 Chestnut Street, Brattleboro 05301. VIRGINIA: Exhibition-Spotlight '92, thru July 31. Sponsored by Southeast Region of the American Craft Council and Hand Workshop, Virginia Center for the Craft Arts 96 Fine Woodworking Aug. 14. Ar· D: Exhibition-Nine Rhode Island Maine Wood workers, 1110S. Moser PO Box 91486, Portland 97291. Casc IA: Juried exhibitions-The Narrative Crafts, 8245 ade 3259 Jefferson Scio Drive, Jefferson. For info, thru ation and Restoration, July 20-24. Instruc· and echn磭 ques, July June 14. Made in Jef· Arts. For info, contact Spotlight '92, Hand Workshop, 1812 W. Main St., Richmond, 23220. (804) 353·0094. Show-14th annual Claytor Lake Claytor Lake State Park, Dublin. Contact Kathy Firebaugh, Virginia Mountain Crafts Guild. (703) 977·4686. No tions should be no longer than one rype written page and sent to The National Museum of Women in the Arts, 1250 New York Ave., N.W., Washingron, DC 20005·3920, Attn: Harriet McNamee. For morc info, contact Paula Owen, The Hand Workshop, 1812 West Main St., Richmond 23220. (804) 353·0094. Competition-Call for entries, toys and games, Target Gallery at the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria. Deadline Sept. 1. Exhibition Dec. 6-Jan. 30, 1993. Fee. For prospectus, send a #10 SASE to The Game Show, Tor· pedo Factory Artists' Association, 105 N. Union St., Alex· andria 22314 (703) 549·5543. min WASHINGTON: Mee tingS-Northwest Woodworkers Guild, last Wednesday of each month. For more info, con· tact John Gruenewald 622 9th Ave., Kirkland, 98033. (206) 827·8012. Workshops-Various boatbuilding workshops The Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle 98109. (206) 382·BOAT. Workshops-Boatbuilding workshops and seminars year· round. For more information, contact Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 251 Otto St., Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385·4948. thru WEST Windsor chairmaking and basic cabinetry, thru Aug. 17. For more information, contact Crafts Center, Cedar Lakes, Ripley, 25271. (304) 372·7005. Workshops-Workshops include Banjo Construction, Log House Construction and Chip Carving, July and Au· gust. Contact Augusta Heritage Center, VIR INIA G and Elkins College, Elkins, 26241·3996. (304) 636· 1903. Festival-16th annual Lake Union wooden boat festival, July 3·5. The Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle 98109. (206) 382·BOAT. PO WISCONSIN:Semin Sept., Nov., Jan., Mar., May 1993. Fox Valley Technical College, Oshkosh. For more information, contact Karen ScI1 aJTh ars pus, 150 North Campbell Rd., 54903·2217. (414) 236·6110. orn, Fox Valley Technical College, Oshkosh cam· Box 2217, Oshkosh PO CANADA: Juried exhibition-Southern Alberta Woodworkers Sociery. Call for entries. For more informa· tion, write Southern Alberta Woodworkers Sociery, PO Box 6753, Station D, Calgary, Alberta, T2P 2E6. Contact, Doug Haslam: (403) 270· 3195. Show-Woodturrtings by Bob Gonzales,July 4-5 and July 11-12. Arno ld Mikelson Mind and Matter Gallery, 13743 16th Ave., White Rock, Surrey, B.C (604) 536·6460. Juried exhibition and show-9th annual Wood Show, Aug. 7-9. Durham Communiry Centre, Grey Counry. For brochure or info, contact The Wood Show, PO Box 920, Durham, Ont., NOG· IRO. (519) 369·6902. Workshops-Furniture workshops, thru Aug. 8. Sheridan College Summer School of the Oakville, Ont., L6H 2Ll. (416) 845·9430. Se 1-3, Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon. Instructors: Del Stubbs, Richard mina磭 Clas mation, contact Saskatchewan Craft Council, 813 Broad· way Ave., Saskatoon, Sask. S7N 1B5 (306) 653·3616. ses-Furnituremaking, carving, lathe turning. router Raffa and more. Tools 'n Space Woodworking, 338 Catherine St., Victoria, B.C, V9A 358. (604) 383·9600. Mee tin gs-Canadian Woodturners Association meetings, throughout the year. Second Tuesday of each month. Contact Patrick Chen, PO Box 8812, Ottawa, Ont., KIG 3J I. (613) 739·7746. MeetingS-Blue Mountain Woodworking Club meetings, throughout the year. Third Wednesday of each month. Contact Glenn Carruthers, LOM ISO. (705) 444· 1752. Mee tin gS-West Island Woodturners Club meetings, sec· PO Exhi ENG ond Tuesday of each month. Also, wood turning courses. Contact Eric Webb, 61 Devon Road, Beaconsfield, Que., H9W 4K7. (514) 630·3629. Meetings-Northern Alberta Woodcrafters Guild meet· ings, third Thursday, Sept. thru June. Contact Douglas Lobb, 121 Healy Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R 1 W3. (403) 430· 7391. bition-A treasury of Canadian craft, The Canadian Craft Museum, 639 Hornby St., Vancouver, B.C V6C 2G3 (604) 687·8266. Oasses-Various summer classes and workshops thru Aug. 14. Haliburton School of Fine Arts, PO Box 839, Ha· Iiburton, Ont. KOM ISO (705) 457·1680. thru Gallery, 56 Earlliam St., WC2. Contact Laetitia Powell, Parnham, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3NA. (0308) 862204. LAN MEXICO: Show-Tecno Mueble Internacional (Interna· tional Woodworking 12. Expo Guadalajara Center, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. For more information, contact Trade Shows, Inc., PO Box 796, Conover, NC 28613 (704) 459·9894. & Furniture Supply Show), July 10· D: Classes-Woodworking classes. Smith's Sept. 7. Box 795, Stayner, Ont., n, Giles Gilson, Mark Sf u-ri. For more infor· -Wood turni ng Design and Technique lIJ, Aug. Arts, 1430 Trafalgar Road, -Wood technics training, July, : Workshops-Workshops include Aug. Arts & ations-Lifetime Achievement Awards. Nomina· Crafts, Sept. 5-7. Box CN, Davis
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