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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1993 (102)
Events Lislings 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 cun-ent with the lime 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 ARKAꃀ COLO 1, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 w. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Seminars-Woodworking seminars, Sept. thru April. For more information, contact Schlosser Tool and Manufacturing Co., 301 Bryant SL, Denver, 80219. (303) 922-8244. Show-The Colorado Woodworking Show, Oct. 29-31, National Western Complex, Expo Hall, Humboldt St., and E. 47th Ave., Denver, 80216. For info, call RAD W CO 12 thn' Oct. 29. For Art Sake, 1423 Dixwell Ave., Hamden, 06514. For more information, call (800) 448-2871. D gley Museum, Rt. 141, Wilmington. (302) 658-2400. Show-Delaware Valley Woodworking Show, Sept. 17-19. Valley Forge Convention Center, Pennsylvania Hall, 1200 First Avenue, King of Prussia, 19406. (800) 826-8257. DIS Show, Sept. 24-26, D.C. Armory, Main Hall, 2001 ELA ARE TRI NNE 20003. For more information, call (800) 826-8257. FLO CT OF COLU second Thursday of each month, Winter Park. (407) 862-3338. Competition-31st annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Feb. 19-21. Deadline: Sept. 15. Coconut Grove Arts Festival, P.O. Box 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233-0757. (305) 447-0401. Exhibition-41st Florida Craftsmen Traveling Exhibition, Sept. 8-0ct. 15. Fine Arts Gallery, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. (8J 3) 821-7391. RID ILLIN IND IOW KENTU MAINꃀ: KAN 116 A: Me etings-C lanta. For info, contact John Gorrell (404) 460-1224. Demon Oct. 9-10, Dahon. Contact: Judy Aldertnan (706) 275-6455. stra OIS: Show-Chicagoland Woodworking Show, Oct. 15-17, Odeum, South Hall, 1033 . Villa Avenue, Villa Park, 60181 For more information, call (800) 826-8257. workshops. Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, 46250. (317) 849-0193. Juried Exhibition-Anticipation '93, Oct. 7-10, Navy pier, Chicago. For more information, call (812) 464-1851. IAN A: Fair-Sixth annual construction, remodeling & woodworking fair, Sept. 17-19. Featured craftsman: Norm Abram. Greater Des Moines Convention Center, Des Moines. SAS: Exhibition-Sculpted Turned Wood Vessels, Sept. 5-25. The Carnegie Arts Center, P.O. Box 501, 601 South Fifth Street, Leavenworth, 66048. (913) 651-0765. CKY: Workshops-Woodl1lrning and joinery in- stn.ction. For info, contactJim Hall, Advenl1lres in Wood, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. Meetings-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., first TIlUrsday of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. (502) 426-2991. Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking instruction. One-week courses. Contact: David Wright (606) 986-8083. Seminar-5th Annual Wood Products Seminar , Sept. 24-25, Wood Utilization Center, Quicksand. Workshops-Craftsmanship (606) (606) Korn, Sept. 6-17, Basic Woodworking Sept. 20-0ct. for Furniture Cmftsmanship, Camden. (207) 236-3032. & Fine Woodworking 666-2438. Design with Peter Center 1. 986-7962. A: Classes-Various woodworking classes �lI1d GEORGIA: Workshops-japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month. Sahar:, Japanese Architecn,ral Woodworks. (404) 355-1976. Classes-Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, PO Box tion-Woodcarving at Prater's Mill Country Fair, 8006, AtMB IA: Show-The Woodworking Capitol St., E. el1lral Florida Woodworkers Guild, NEW CTIC UT: Juried e xhib (BOO : Show-Art From the Lathe, thru Nov. 30 at Haition-Gallery show, Sept. ) 826-8257. NEW and so on. 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, 72] ]7. For more information, G,ll (501) 835-7339. CALIFORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking for women. Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. For more info and schedule, contact Debey Zito (415) 648-686l. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Cont�,ct: Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Show-Woodworking Machinery Furniture Supply Fair, Sept. 9-12. Anaheim Convention Center. For more information, contact Ellen Schwanz, (310) 477-852l. Show-13th Annual Artistry in Wood, thru Sept. 26. Sonoma County Museum. For more information, call 707-579-1500. O: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, MA SSACHUSE fine furninlfe constn.ction. Complete facilities. Wm. B. Sayre, Inc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Com Danco Design Ctr., 10 West St., Exhibition-Second annual peti G MI School of Arts SSISSIPPI: Classes-Various classes. Allison Wells 489-2787. NEV Oct. 1-2. Demonstrating vacuum, sand bag, sand box and caul forming techniques. Contact the Sl1Idio of John La Bounty, 4420 Ariville, Suite 20, Las Vegas, AD A: Demon & stra SH Crafts, Inc. Canton. tion-Veneering with John Nyquist, Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various woodworking classes. The Hand & I, PO Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476-5121. Auetions-Antique and craftsman'S tool auctions, yearround. Contact: Richard A. Crane, Your Country Auctioneer, 63 Poor Farm Road, Hillsboro, 03244. (603) 478-5723. Juried Exhibit-Artnual exhibit, Sept. 11 thru Oct. 23. NW. Barrett Gallery, Portsmouth. For info, contact Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers (603) 836-4795. Workshops-Week-Iong Shaker-style furniture and chairmaking workshops, year-round. For more inro, contact Mary Sweet, Dana Robes Wood Craftsmen, Lower Shaker Village, Enfield, 03748. (603) 632-5385 HAMP IRE Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. Classes-Fine woodworking classes, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe 87502. (505) 438-1361. Show-Fine handcmfted furniture, Oct. 1-17. Kent Galleries, 130 Lincoln Ave., Santa Fe. (505) 988-1001 ME NEW YORK: Classes-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes. Constantine's, 2050 E.astchester Road, Bronx, 10461. (718) 792-1600. ClasseS-Woodworking demonstrations, turning wood bowls, more. Craft Student League, YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) ew York City. (212) 755-4500. Exhibition-The Ideal Home: 1900-1920, Oct. 21-Feb. 27. American Craft Museum, 40 West 53rd St., New York City. (212) 956-3535. ClasseS-Building a Shaker blanket chest and advanced Shaker furnil1lre design with Eric Eklum. Mid-Sept. Jamestown Public Schools, Adult Division. (716) 483-4384. Classes-Traditional 18th-cenl1lry woodworking techniques with Mario Rodriguez. Warwick Country Workshops, P.O. Box 665, Warwick, 10990. (914)-986-6636. Fair-Snug Harbor Craft Fair, Oct. 1-3, Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art. For information, call (718) 442-8534. Call for entries: International Art & Craft Competition, Dec. 8-26, SoHo, New York City. Deadline: Oct. information, contact Artfolio, Dept. of Crafts, 500 Summer St., Suite 206, Stamford, CT, 06901. (203) 359-4422. Meetings and classes-New York Woodturners Assoc., bimonthly. YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. SI.) New York City. Contact: Howard Alalouf (914) 337-0226. ll. NORTH C 46 turners, second Saturday of each month. Contact: P.O. Box 2968, Hickory, 28603, (704) 324-5960. Show-Piedmont Woodcarvers Annual Show, Oct. 2. AgriculI1Ire Building, 201 Water St., Statesville. Contact: Bob Williams, Route 7, Box 234, Mooresville, 28115. (704) 663-3736. Shows-Indian Summer Art and Craft Show, Oct. 7-10 Asheville Mall Contact: Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, Haywood St., Asheville, 28801 (704) 254-7547. AR LIN O A: Me etin Show-35th Albemarle Cmftsman's Fair, Oct. 29-31 Knobbs Creek Recreation Center, Ward Street, Elizabeth City. For more info, contact Candace Murray (919) 338-3954. Show-Blue Ridge Hearthside Crafts, Oct. 8-10, Pavilion at Main Shop, Fosco. For more information, call (704) 963-5252. Classes-john C. Campbell Folk School, Sept. thru Nov. Brasstown. Contact: Dana Hadleway (800) FOLK-SCH. gs- orth Carolina WoodFor more XICO: Classes-Woodworking classes. N. New TEN NES SEE: Classes and Conference-As a profes- sional in the Crafts, Oct. 20-23. Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. Contact: Cynthia Huff (615) 436-5860. Show-11th annual Smoky Mountain Woodcarvers show, Sept. 24-26. Dollywood. Contacl:Jack Williams (615) 691-1855. Show-8th annual master woodworkers show, Oct. 22-24, Knoxville. Sponsored by d,e Tennessee For more information, contact Michael Perrin (615) 933-8436. Workshops-Basic hand-cut joinery with Jon Sutter, Sept. 25-26, Appalachian Craft Weekend (Green wood turning), Oct. 23-24. Appalachian Center for Cmfts (615) 597-6801 Show-Great Smoky Mountain Show, Oct. 29-31, Knoxville Civic Coliseum. For information, call meets the third Tuesday of Each month. For more information, contact Bruce May. N 75083. (214) 271-0125. 7EXAꃀ: eetiꃀ UTAH: uri M J exhibition of chairs. Art BarnjFinch Lane Gallery, Salt Lake City. For information, contact Kim Duffin (801) 596-5000. gs- orth Texas Woodworker'S Association ed e VE O School, Route 1 Box 97-5, Warren 05674. (802) 496-5545. WASH IN RM NT AU xluo : E : E woodturners, Sept. 27 TW'A (BOO WISCONSIN: Show-Fifth Annual Woodworkers World Show, Sept. 25-26. Brown County Expo Center, Green Bay. For info, contact John Van Stechleman Woodworkers' Association of ew South Wales, N. S. Library, Sydney. Contact: Richard Vaughan (02) 818 1688. ENGL Street, Oxford, OX1 4AH. (0865) 242731 Workshops-Traditional Hand Finishing For Cabinet Makers, Oct. 4-8. Contact: Bruce Luckllllrst, Little Surrenden Workshops, Bethersden, Kent TN26 3BG. (0233) 820 589. STRAꃀ㭨 xluoAND xluo d,ru 236-EXPO. ition-"For Tomorrow," Sept. 4-0ct. 3. State (BOO ) \VI. ition-Blackened Wood, feal1lring five Oct. 27. Oxford Gallery, 23 High ) , PO Box 831567, Richarclson, ition-Sitting Pretty, thn. Sept. 24. Art : Courses-Yestermorrow Design and Building G TON: Show-Jill Henrietta Davis, glass artist and furnituremaker, Sept. 9-Nov. 7. Peterson Art Furniture, 122 Central Way, Kirkland. (206) 827-8053. Show-Spokane Carvers Association, Oct. 23-24. Spokane Falls Community College. Contact: John (Red) Ahern, 8916 East Upriver Drive, Spokane, 99206. (509) 927-7880. Woo 287-7891. : Classes-Fine arts and studio arts. ) (BOO 89 826-8257. ) 102. (702) 873-8746. (BOO TTS MICHI AN MINNE tion-Limited Production Furnil1lre, Oct. 9- ov. 14. Hatfield. (413) 247-5681 University, Peter Fuller Showroom, 808 Commonwealth Avenue. Contact: Maureen Mullin (201) 746-0091. Exh.i Art \VI. Class-Rustic Furnil1lre & Beyond with Daniel Mack, Oct. 911. Horizons, Snow Farm, Route 137, Hyde Hill Road, Williamsburg. For info, call (413) 549-4841. Show-Western ew England Show, OCL 15-1 Exposition, W. Springfield. of Craft, Sept. 24-26. Boston bition-TIle Domestic Object, Sept. 18 to Jan. 9. Fuller Museum of AIL, 455 Oak Street, Brockton. (508) 588 : Seminars-Furnil1lre Repair and Refinishing (BOO SOT ) with Frank Klausz, Sept. 11-12.Joinery and Design wiul lage Frid, Oct. 22-24. For info, contact Woodcraft Supply Corp, 14695 Telegraph Road, Redford, 48239. (313) 537-9377. Show-The Metro-Detroit Woodworking Show, Oct. 22-24, Michigan Fairgrounds, Community Arts Building, 1120 W. State Fair Avenue, Detroit. (800) 826-8257. A: Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. For information, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Show-Good Wood Show IV, Oct. 1-3, Ramada Inn Convention Hall, Billings. Contact: Beth Husband, (406) 656-2051. Show-The Twin Cities Woodworking Show, Oct. 8-10, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, Education Building, Snelling and Commonwealul Ave., St. Paul. 287-7891. 7 .Qoo , Eastern States : Ins tru etion-Full-time program in O 10-12. Ohio Expo Center, Lausche Building, 600 E. 17th Ave., Columbus. For more information, call (800) 826-8257. Show-Lake Erie Show, Oct. 22-24, Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Bere-d. For more information, call (800) 287-7891. O Friday of every month. Contact the Guild at PO Box 1866, Portland, 97207. (503) 293-5711 Meetings-Cascade Woodturner's Association, third TIlUrsday of each month. For infonnation, contact Cascade Woodn.rners, PO Box 91486, Portland 97291_ Show-Table, Lamp & Chair 1993, thIl.l Sept. 5. Portland. For more information, call (503) 226-3556. Classes-Oregon School of HI RE P GON: Me etings-G Road, Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. Fo Sl1Idio, Oregon School of and weekends. For further information, contact Jim Rendi, Philadelphia Windsor Chair Shop, PO Box 67, Earlville, 19519. (215) 689-4717. Festival-10th annual Penn's Colony festival, Sept. 18-19, 25-26. For information, contact the Penn's Colony Festival, 603 East End Ave., Pittsburgh, 15221 -3423. (412) 241-8006. Exhibition-Bird sculptures in wood by Grainger McKoy, !hru Sept. 6. Brandywine River Museum, Chadds Ford. For more information, call (215) 388-2700. Juried exhibition-10th annual invitational of contemporary crafts, Sept. 24-0ct. 3. For further information, contact Chester Springs Sn.dio, PO Box 329, Chester Springs, 19425. Classes-18ul-cennIfY inlay and marquetry techniques with Gene Landon, Sept. 11-12; build a sack back Windsor with Mike Dunbar, Sept. 18-22; traditional chip carving with Wayne Barton, Sept. 25-26. Olde Mill Cabinet Shop, 1660 Camp Betty Washington Road, York. (717) 755- ENN -Perspectives for Designing Furniture, Oct. 2. Wood and Cmfts. (503) 297-5544. SYLV ANIA Arts : Classes-Winclsor chairmaking, weekly Classes-Woodturning with David Ellsworth. Three-day weekend workshops in private studio. Oct. 22-24, 29-31 For more information, contact David Ellsworth, Fox Creek, 1378 Cobbler Rd., Quakertown, 18951 (215) 536-5298. Exhibition-Pittsburgh Crafts Consortium's Regional Craft Exhibition, Sept. ll-Oct. 16. TI,e Wood Street Galleries, Pittsburgh. For more info, contact Becky Burdick (412) 261-7003. Show-Delaware Valley Woodworking Show, Sept. 17-19, Valley Forge Convention Center, Pennsylvania Hall, 1200 First Avenue, King of Pmssia. (800) 826-8257 Show-Pittsburgh Tri-State Woodworking Show, Oct. 1-3, D.L. Lawrence Convention Center, South Hall, 1001 Penn Ave., Pittsburgh. (800) 826-8257. 8884 RHODE ISLAND: Exhibition-Examples of American furniture , thn. Sept. 12. Contact: Gretchen Davison, Newport Art Museum, (401 ) 848-8200. Exhibition-Conservation By Design, Oct. 29-Jan. 16. The Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Two College St., Providence. (401)454-6348. . rum Arts and Crafts, 8245 SW Barnes uild of Oregon Woodworkers, third O: Show-Greater Columbus Woodworking Show, Sept. dworkers Guild.
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JUL/AUG 1993 (101)