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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1993 (100)
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 current 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 for events to be held in March or April isjanuary l;for july and August, it's May N national Lathe-Turned Objects: Challenge 10, 1993. Send a #10 SASE to Albert LeCoff, Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Competition-41st National Marquetry Exhibition, june 5, june 7-12. Robert Cross Hall, Corn Exchange, Ipswich, Suffolk, England. Contact Peter Brooks, 141 Sidegate Lane, Ipswich, Suffolk 11'4 4jE, England. (0473) 725601 Competition-1993 Northwest International Arts Competition, May 29 thru Aug. 8 at the Whatcom Museum of History and Art. For more information write: TIle Whatcom Museum, 121 Prospect St., Bellingham, WA 98225. Contact Mike Vouri (206) 676-6981 Fair-Ligna Hannover '93 World Fair for Machinery and Equipment for the Wood and Forest Industries, May 19-25. Hannover, Germany. Contact Hannover Fairs USA, Inc., 103 Carnegie Center, Princeton, Nj 08540. (609) 987-1202. Meeting-Wood West, Oregon 1993. lnternational Wood Collectors Society's annual meeting, Aug. 15-19. Springfield/Eugene. For more information, contacr Don Roberts, 1810 S. Fairmount Ave., Salem, OR 97302. Show-Tecno Mueble lnternacional,july 8-11, Guadalajara, jalisco, Mexico. For more info, contact Eidson Trade Shows, Inc., PO Box 609, Conover, NC 28613. Symposium-American Association of Wood turners 7th national symposium, june 25-27, State University of ew York at Purchase. For more information contact American Association of Woodturners, Mary Redig, 667 Harriet Ave., Shoreview, MN 55126. (612) 484-9094. ATI 6-INTE 1, V. and so on. ONAL RNATIONAL: Competition-InterDeadline: july ARKA윸 ALIF C Exht Exhi윸ctur윸 Trustees' Auditorium, Asian Art Museum, Eighth Ave. &john "ition-College of the Redwoods annual student exhi- bition, May IS-june 6. Highlight Gallery, 45052 Main St., Mendocino. For further information, contact the gallery at (707) 937-3132, or the shop at (707) 964-7056. Le Kennedy Drive, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. For more information, contact Mrs. Fox (510) 524-7304. Show-Turned Wood, '93,june 5-July 10. A national show of work by contemporary turners on the cutting edge. For more info, contact del Mano Gallery, 11981 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, 90049. (310) 476-8508. F. COLO year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 Ave., Lakewood, 80401 (303) 988-6160. Show and workshops-Scott Hausman Furniture, thru May IS; Woodworking and furniture design, June thru Aug. For more information or a free catalog, contact Anderson Ranch (303) 923-3181 Workshops-Scribe-fit log construction with Robert Chambers. Beginning course: Aug. 16-21; intermediate course: Aug. 22-28; Advanced course: Aug. 30-Sept. 4. Colorado State University-Mountain campus. For more information, contact Peter Haney, 50S N. Grant, Ft. Collins, 80521. (303) 482-1366. RAD Arts CO 15-17. Town Green, Guilford. Juried show-Turned Wood NNE CTICUT: Exhibition-Guilford Handcrafts, july info, contact New Horizons Gallery, 42 W. Putnam Ave., Greenwich 06830. (203) 622-6867. Workshops-Pole lathes with David Weber, May 1-2; Centering for turners with Bill Gundling, May 22-23; Advanced box making with Bill Gundling, June 5-6. Brookfield Craft Center, Inc., PO Box 122, Brookfield, 60804. For more information, contact John Russell (203) 775-4526. Call for entries-Seeking woodworkers, turners and carvers for show in September. Deadline: june IS. For Art Arts 106 Fine Woodworking '93,june 5-July 3. For more O: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, 6th w. Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. 13. American Decorative -Charleston Furniture with Brad Rauschenberg,july Forum of orthern California. Arts SAS: Meetings-Woodworker's Association of Arkansas meets the first Monday evening of each month at 7:00 at Woodworkers Supply Center, 6110 Carnegie, Sherwood 72117. For more information, call (SOl) 835-7339. ORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking for women. Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861 Workshops-Various workshops including japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For further information, contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Competition-Designs in Wood, june IS-july 4. San Diego Fine Woodworkers Assoc. Southern California Exhibition, Del Mar. Entry deadline: May 28. For entry forms, contact Entry Office, Southern California Exposition, Del Mar, 920142216. (619) 755-1161 ition-Fantasia, thru May 30. Woodcarvings from Mex- ico. The Folk Tree, 217 South Fair Oaks, Pasadena, 91105. (818) 795-8733. Sake Gallery, 1423 Dixwell Ave., Hamden 06514. (203) 2482871 or (800) 448-2871 Call for entries-25th annual celebration of American crafts. National juried, invitational exhibition/sale. Nov. 12Dec. 24. All craft media. Deadline for slides: July 1 For prospectus, send SASE to The Celebration, Creative Workshop, 80 Audubon St., New Haven, 06510 FLO second Thursday of every month, Winter Park. For information, contact Ed Harte (407) 862-3338 Meetings-Sarasota Woodworking Club, second Thursday of every month. For info, contact Tom Clark, 3544 Oak Grove Drive, Sarasota, 34243. (813) 351-9059. Exlu RID gs-C A: Meetin ILLIN IOW KE DeKalb College Central Campus, Bldg. H, 555 NOrtll Indian Creek Dr., Clarkston; lathe seminar and demonstration, june 19, 10 a.m., Conyers. For location and further information, contact john McCormick, Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, (404) 623-9145. ctur OIS: Shows-Wood sculpture with Nanette Rozhon, Juried exlu MAIN윸 (606) MARYLAN윸: month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. (502) 426-2991. Workshops-Tr'dditional Windsor chairmaking instruction. One-week courses. Contact David Wright, 503 Prospect, Berea, 40403. INDIAN etinNTU the Seaside Garden, May 10-July 30, 101 Arch St.; May 15July 3, 175 Newbury St. For more information contact The Society of Exhtstru tion. Complete facilities. Wm. B. Sayre, Inc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. "ition-Garden Treasures II: The Wooded Garden and 266-1810. Juried fair-23rd annual Worcester Center for Crafts fair, May 21-23. Under the big top on the grounds of the Center, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester. (508) 753-8183. Workshops-Furnituremaking, May 3-7; fundamentals of woodworking, May 10-14; finish carpentry, May 17-21 Conract The HeartWood School,johnson Hill Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Workshops-Furniture Design & Beyond with Jon Brooks, May 15-17; Expressions in Wood with Rich Penziner, Aug. 12IS. Horizons, Snow Farm, Route 137, Hyde Hill Road, Williamsburg, 01096-9710. For more info, contact Horizons, 374 Old Montague Road, Amherst 01002. (413) 549-4841 Arts and Crafts, 175 Newbury St., Boston 02116. (617) 986-7962. "ition-Kentucky guild of Artists & Craftsmen's annual spring fair, May 14-16. Indian Fort Theater, Berea. For information, contact Anna Reiss, KGAC, PO Box 291, Berea, 40403-0291 (606) 986-3192. :Courses-1993 season opens June 6. Write Hay- stack Mountain School of Crafts. PO Box 518, Deer Isle, 04627. Workshops-Basic Woodworking, june 28-July 9; Craftsmanship & DeSign with Peter Korn, July 12-23. For more info, contact Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, PO Box 654, Camden, 04843. (207) 236-3032. Exlu Furniture by recent graduates ofRISD,june 3-Aug. 21 Meredith Gallery, 80S . Charles St., Baltimore. (401) 837-3575. MASSACHUSE throughout most of the year. For information, contact Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. Show-Danforth Museum Craft show, June 19-21 justin McCarthy Campus Ctr., Framingham St. College. (SOB) 620-0050. Shows-The Domestic Object, thruJune 13, Berkshire Museum;July lO-Aug. 21, Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester 01605. (508) 753-8183. In TTS ction-Full-time program in fine furniture construc"ition-An Anists Choice, May 6-29; Art : Classes-Woodworking classes, May 15-16; The Art of Chip Carving with Greg Jonsson, June 19-20. Tom's Woodshop, 777 N. York Road, Hinsdale. For more information, call (7OB) 920-1635. Show-The Quad Cities Woodworking Show, June 18-20, QCCA Expo Center-Exhibition Hall, 2621 4th St., Rock Island. For more information, call (800) 826-8257. A: Classes-Various woodworking classes and workshops. Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, 46250. (317) 849-0193 A: Fair-23rd annual Art in the Park, May 15-16, Four Square Park, Main Ave. & Roosevelt St., Clinton. For more information contact Carol Glahn (319) 259-8308. CKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery in- struction. For info, contact jim Hall, Adventure in Woods, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Me gs-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., first Thursday of each NEW MEXICO: Classes-Woodworking classes. N. New Mexico Conununity College, EI Rito, 87520. (50S) 581-4501 Classes-Fine woodworking classes, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe 87502. (505) 438-1361 Call for entries-1993 New Mexico Woodworkers' Exhibition, July 24-Aug. 11. Slide deadline: June 4. Community Services Office, 1993 New Mexico Woodworkers' Exhi bition, Sama Fe Community College, PO Box 4187, Santa Fe, 87502-4187. For entry forms or for further information, call (505) 438-1230. NEW YORK: Classes-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes. Constantine's, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461. (718) 792-1600. Meetings and classes-New York Woodrurners Assoc., first Tuesday of each month. Craft SUldent League, YWC 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) New York City. (212) 735-9732. Meeting- ortheast Wood Machining Association annual meeting,June 4-5 in Oswego. ContactJohn Gibbs, Secretary, e (914) 831-3109 Juried show-Woodstock-New Paltz WMA , Stony Kill Farm, Route 90, Wappingers Falls, 12590. 29-31 Ulster County Fairgrounds, ew Paltz. Contact Scott or Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events. (914) 679-8087. Show-Scott Grove Furniture, May 16-19 at the Jacob javits Center, 11th Ave. at 36th St, Manhattan. Contact American Design Arts International, 140 Maywood Avenue, Rochester 14618. (716) 594-2800. Juried fair- Arts ule, call (914) 986-6636. Show-Crafts Festivals '93, July 2-4; Aug. 6-8. Bestor Plaza (outdoors), Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua. For more information, contact Kay Collins, Festival Director, Chautauqua Crafts Alliance, PO Box 89, Mayville 14757. Juried fair-13th annual Millbrook crafts fair, Nov. 26-27th. Deadline: June 1 Submit 5 slides or, by special arrangement, actual work. For application send a #10 SASE to Artisans Group, PO Box 468, Pine Plains 12567. (914) 985-7409. Classes-Building Wooden Hand Planes and Planecraft with Bill Smithers,June 12-13; Refinishing with Bill Mahoney,June 0990 22nd annual WBAI Holiday Crafts Fair, Dec. 3-5, Dec. 10-12, Dec. 17-19. Columbia University, Ferris Booth Hall. Entry deadline: May 29. For prospectus send SASE to WBAl Holiday Crafts Fair, P.O. Box 889, Times Square Station, New York, 10108. (212) 695-4465. Symposium-American Association of Wood turners 7th national symposium, June 25-27, State University of ew York at Purchase. For more information contact American Association of Woodturners, Mary Redig, 667 Harriet Ave., Shoreview, M 55126. (612) 484-9094. Workshops-Traditional 18th-century woodworking techniques. Planemaking, carving, joinery and planecraft, thru Aug 21. Contact Mario Rodriguez, Warwick Country Workshops, PO Box 665, Warwick, 1 . For brochure & sched& Crafts Fair, May A, "ition-41st Florida Craftsmen, thm May 20, Visual Center of NW Florida, Panama City; June 18-July 39, ew Gallery, University of Miami, Coral Gables. GEORGIA: Courses-Various woodworking courses, thru May. For info, contact Chris Bagby, Highland Hardware, 1045 N. Highland Ave., .E., Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. Workshops-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each montll, year-round. For info, contact Sahara Japanese Architectural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place . W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355-1976. Classes-Woodworking classes, throughout the year. Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, PO Box 8006, Atlanta. For info, contact John Gorrell (404) 460-1224. Le es-Furniture Design and Construction, May 10, ArtS entral Florida Woodworkers Guild, MI Education Center, 3965 44th St. SE, Grand Rapids 49512. (616) 698-7500. CHI MIS Arts MINNE Instruction-Violin plate turning, July 25. Michigan Violinmakers Association. Host: Bob Meade. For more information, contact the association at 1661 Heather Wood, Troy, 48098. (313) 641-5138. Show-The Grand Rapids Woodworking Show,june 11 thru 13, Stadium Arena-East Hall, 2500 Turner Ave N.W., Grand Rapids. For information, call (800)-826-8257. SOT A: Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. For info, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491 Workshops-lOtll annual wood carving, Aug. 8-14. Classes include whittling animals, relief carving, figures/faces. For more information, write Villa Maria Wood Carving Workshops, PO Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55431 School of SISSIPPI: Classes-Various classes. Allison Wells & Crafts, Inc., PO Box 950, Canton. 2787 or (601) 859-5826. NEW S Manchester Institute of Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various woodworking classes, year-round. For info, contact: The Hand & HAMP Arts HIRE Arts : Classes-Fine arts and studio arts . and Sciences, 114 Concord St., boro, 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-60th Annual Craftsmen'S Fair, Aug. 7-15. Mt. Sunapee State Park, Newbury. For more info, call (800) 639-1610. Exlu I, "ition-Wood Day, annual woodworking event, May 8. Canterbury Shaker Village, 288 Shaker Road, Canterbury 03224. For further information, contact Dave Emerson at (603) 783-4403. NEW JERSEY: Juried festival-Waterloo Festival, May 1-2. Waterloo Concert Field, Waterloo Road, Stanhope. For more info, call (201) 384-0010. Workshops-Furnituremaking with Sam Maloof,June 12-13; Furniture conservation, Mark Anderson, June 18-20; Color, form and surface in furniture, Wendy Maruyama,June 25-29; Building a tortured plywood kayak, Chris Kulczycki,July 2-7; Making & using wooden handplanes, David Finck,July 9-13; Mastering the bandsaw, Mark Duginske, July 16-18; Basic woodworking: tllree legged stool,jamesJewell,july 31-Aug. 3. For more information write or call Peters Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Road, LaYlOn, 07851. (201) 948-5200. Arts & Crafts (BOO ) PO Box 264, Route 25, Moulton489-GAN: Courses-Boring machines, May 12-14. Stiles
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