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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1995 (113)
events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the time period indicated on the cover of the magazine, with ove rlap happ C 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 is January l;for July and August, it's May ALA KA S : Me ciation meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month at the Anchorage Museum. formation, call (907) 345-3077. etin Arkansas meets the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Woodworker's Supply Center, 6110 Carnegie, Sherwood, 72117. For more information, call (501) 835-7339. ARKA浪 Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. Contact: Debey Zito (415) 648-6861 Workshops-Classes on woodfinishing and decorative painting for furniture and cabinets. For schedule, write Studio 1829, 1829 Stanford St., Santa Monica, 90404. (310) 453-0230. Workshops-Shaker bench, sofa table, Mission lamp table, Adirondack chair, more. Saturdays and Sundays. No experience necessary. Private instruction available. For more information, contact the Woodworkers Place at (818) 952-3177. Workshop-Woodworking and carving. Martin Pierce Furnishings, 5433 ALI RN FO info, call (213) 939-5929. Symposi um tional Symposium, July 6-8. University of California, Davis. For more information, call (612) 484-9094. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For more info, contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Exlub ition-Design in Wood, thru July 4. Del Mar Fair, Del Mar. For more information, call (619) 792-4207. Show-California Carvers Guild 18th annual woodcarVing show, Sept. 16-17. Coast High School, Cambria. For info, contact CCG Museum & Gallery in San Simeon. (805) 434-2677. COLO Workshops-Beginning W. 6th Ave., lakewood, 80401 (303) 988-6160. shops, year-round. For more info, write Red Rocks Community College, 13300 RAD Program Director, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181 Classes-Traditional hand woodworking, year-round. Contact: Tom larkin, Shadow Mountain School of Woodcarving, 32037 Stenzel Drive, Conifer, 80433. (303) 674-8560. thru CO crafts Exposition,July 20-22. Contact: Guilford Handcrafts Exposition, PO Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Call for entries-Woodworking Show, Oct. 1-31 Deadline: July 15. For information, send an SASE to Gallery-12, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 458-1196. Call for entries-I995 Holiday Festival of Crafts. Deadline: Sept. 1. For further information, call or write 17th Annual Guilford Handcrafts Holiday Festival, PO Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. NNECTI VT: Exposition-38th Annual Guilford HandC FLO meets every second Monday at 7 p.m. Constantine, 1040 East Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. lauderdale. For further information, contact Woody Mclane at (305) 565-2729. MeetingS-Central Florida Woodworkers Guild meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Woodcraft Supply Corp., 246 E. Semoran Blvd., Casselberry. For more information, contact Roger Lovell at (407) 841-6155. Meetings-Palm Beach Country Woodturners, monthly meetings. For more info, call Steve Blank (407) 747-7035. Meetings-St. Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild meets the fourth Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. at Montgomery Electric and NC, 1200 19th St. RID A: Me etin ., St. Petersburg, 33713. For more info, contact Don Montgomery at (813) 898-0569. GEORGIA: Meetings-Woodworkers Guild of Georgia meets the second Monday of every month. Southern College of Technology, 1100 S. Marietta Parkway, Marietta. For more information, call (404) 8892-2487. WorkshopS-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month. For furtiler information, contact Sahara Japanese Architectural Woodworks at (404) 355-1976. ILLIN OIS: Exhlbition-Illinois Valley Woodland Expo: The Pleasure, Profit and Products of Good Woodland Stewardship, Aug. 26. Marshall-Putnam County Fairgrounds, Route. 29, Henry. For more info, contact Prairie Rivers Resource Conservation and Development (309) 364-3979. 102 Fine Woodworking gs-South Florida Woodworking Guild August. For free catalog, call or write Gail Fredell, thru advanced woodworking workO: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, IA: Workshops-Woodworking for women. 1, and so on. gs-Alaska Creative Woodworkers Asso0 meetings inJuly. For more in- SAS: Meetings-Woodworker's Association of Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to enings of direct interest to woodworkers. We list INDIAN A: Classes-Carving, designing furniture, mar- quetry, veneering, joinery, turning, cllairmaking, th.ru October. Marc Adams School of Woodworking, Route 2, Box 121A, Franklin, 46131 (317) 535-4013. C1asses-Hands-on wood working classes with Michael Van Pelt. Superior Woodworking Supply, Inc., 922 Ft. Wayne Ave., Indianapolis, 46202. (317) 635-5747. furnituremaking courses. Faculty includes Peter Korn, John McAlevey, Terry Moore and Charles Durfee. For more information, contact the Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, 125 MAIN浪: Show-Fourth Annual Guild of Maine Woodworkers, Aug. 3-6, Maine Festival, Thomas Point Beach, Brunswick. For more information, contact Karl Grose (207) 443-2843. Show-Bridgton Historical Society Annual Cabinetmakers Show,July 8-9. aramissic, Ingalls Road, South Bridgton. For more information, call (207) 647-3699. W. Meadow Road, Rockland, 04841. (207) 594-561 1. MARYLAN浪: Show-Shaker Forest Festival, Sept. 9-10, 16MA SSA out most of the year. Contact: Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. In CHll SE 7TS tion. Complete facilities. For more info, contact Wm. B. Sayre, [nc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Show-Boxes, Aug. 26-0ct. 1 The Society of w. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles. For more -American Association of Wood turners 9th Na- 175 ewbury St., Boston, 02116. (617) 266-1810. Classes-July summer intensives, woodworking, turning, carving, furniture deSign, finishing, hand tools and more. One Cottage Street School of Fine Woodworking, One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-8480. Workshops-Toolmaking for woodworkers, the first three weekends of each month. Registration limited to two students per weekend. For info, contact Ray larsen, Genuine Forgery, 1126 Broadway, Hanover, 02339. (617) 826-8931 Workshops-Summer intensives. Faux finishing, chair basics, more. Horizons, The ew England Craft Program, 108 . Main St., Sunderland, 01375. (413) 665-0300. Workshops-One-week woodworking and related workshops throughout the year. Contact: The Heartwood School, Johnson Hill Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Classes-Ongoing classes and one day seminars, beginning through intermediate woodworking. Classes and seminars begin September. For information or brochure, call Michael Coffey al (413) 527-8480. Workshop-Woodcarving shore birds and duck decoys, Aug. 23. Worcester Center for Crafts 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, 01605. (508) 753-8183. Arts and Crafts, For information, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Meetings-Minnesota Woodworkers Guild meets the third Tuesday of each month at 7:15 p.m. Demonstrations are presented each month at different locations. For more information, contact Richard Gotz at (612) 544-7278. Exlub MICHI AN MINNE G SOT ition-Virtual Rurality, an exhibition of the woodcarv- ings of Fred Cogelow. The Depot Museum, Duluth, thru Oct. 7. (218) 727-8025. The Minnesota State Fair, St. Paul, Aug. 24Sept. 4. (612) 642-2440. Show-The Twin Cities Woodworking Show, Oct. 13- 15, Minnesota State Fairgrounds, Education Building, Snelling Commonwealth Aves., St. Paul, 55108. For more information, call (310) 477-8521. MI MI For more information on the classes, contact Allison Wells School of SSISSIPPI: Classes-Various woodworking classes. Arts & Crafts, Inc., Canton. (800) 489-2787. SSOU Wood by Furniture artists, RI MONT Louis, 63130. For more info rn13 Gallery at the Center of Contemporary Art, 524 Trinity, St. : Exhibitions-Hand in Hand: Designs in Aug. 26. Anheuser Busch th.r浪 tion call (314) 725-6555; A la Carte: Furniture for Dining by Regional Craftsmen, July 7Sept. 2. Craft Alliance Gallery 6640, Delmar, Sr. Louis, 63130. For more information call (314) 725-1151 ANA: Show-The Good Wood Show, Sept. 22-24. Elk's Club, 934 Lewis Ave., Billings. For info, contact Dick Torbert, 1119 11th Ave., laurel, 59044. (406) 628-7447. NEB meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of every month. Westside Community Center, Omaha. For more information, contact John Cahill at 334-5550. RA KA S W NE HAMP HIRE S For info, contact Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, : Classes-Fine artS and studio arts. : Meetings-Omaha Woodworkers Guild : Workshops-Woodwrighting, more. Tillers International, 5239 South 24th St., Kalamazoo, 49002. For more info, call (616) 344-3233. A: Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. : Classes-Woodworking classes thrustruction-Full-time program in fine furniture construc- 17, 23-24. Seneca Creek State Park off Clopper Road, Gaithersburg. Contact: Connie Paulovich, Shaker Forest Festival, 275 Pleasantview Drive, Midland, PA 15059. (412) 643-8604. Workshops-Two-week basic and intermediate 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. Workshops-Week-Iong Shaker-style furniture and chairmaking workshops, year-round. For more info, contact Mary Sweet, Dana Robes, Wood Craftsman, Lower Shaker Village, Enfield, 03748. (603) 632-5385. Classes-Make a Windsor chair with Michael Dunbar. For information, cOntacl Michael Dunbar, PO Box 805, PortSmouth, 03802. (603) 431-4676. Exlubition-Fine Finish: Handcrafted Wood Furniture, Sept. 18-0ct. 27. The New Hampshire Craftsmen League Gallery, 205 orth Main St., Concord. For more information, call (603) 2324-3375. NEW Peters Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Road, Layton, 07851 For more information, call (201) 948-5200. JER NE ME W NE XICO: Classes-Woodworking classes. For more information, contact North New Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501 Classes-Fine woodworking classes. For more information, write Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, 87502, or call (505) 438-1361 Exlu SEY: Show-Peters Valley Craft Fair, July 29-30. Classes-Various woodworking classes. For more info, contact The Hand & I, PO Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. (603) 669-2731 bition-Santa Fe Furniture Expo, thm July 2. Sweeney Center, Santa Fe. For more information, call The Mayfair Group, Inc. at (505) 255-4271 W YORK: Classes-Traditional 18th-century wood- working techniques with Mario Rodriguez. For more info, contact Warwick Country Workshops, PO Box 665, Warwick, 10990. (914) 986-6636. Meetings tion meets bi-monthly. YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) New York City. For more info, contact Howard Alalouf (914) 337-0226. and classes-New York Woodturners Associa- ClasseS-Woodworking, traditional and contemporary; turning and finishing with Maurice Fraser and Bill Gundling. All levels. The Craft Students League at the YWCA, 610 lexington Ave., New York City. For further information, call (212) 735-9731 Classes-Introduction to Woodworking, thru July 26. For more information, contact the Division of Continuing Education, SUNY, 735 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, 10577-1400. (914) 251-6500. Show-Marriage in Form: Kay Sekimachi July 12 thru Oct. 8. American Craft Museum, New York. For more information, call (415) 329-2605. Show-Crafts Festivals '95, July 7-9 and Aug. 11-13. Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua. For more information, contact Kay Collins, Festivals Director, Chautauqua Crafts Alliance, PO Box 389, Fredonia, 14063-0389. Show-lOth Annual Autumn Crafts Festival, Sept. 2-3. uncoln Center for the Performing & Bob Stocksdale, formation, call (201) 746-0091 Show-Westchester Crafts Show, Sept. 23-24. Westchester County Center, Central Ave. and Route 119 at the Bronx River Parkway, White Plains. For further information, call (914) 232-6583. Show-The Syracuse Woodworking Show, Sept. 22-24. Oncenter, Hall A, 800 S. Slate St., Syracuse, 13202. For more information, call (310)477-8521 Arts, ew York City. For more inNOR & turners meet the second Saturday of each month. For more information, contact North Carolina Woodturners, PO Box 1833, Hickory, 28603. (704) 324-5960. Call for entries-The Chair Show, October thru Nov. 36.Juried exhibition. Folk TH AR LIN C O A: MeetingsOrtil O from 9:00 to noon on the second Saturday of January, March, May, September and ovember. Reading High School, 801 E. Columbia Ave., Reading. For more information, contact the Cincinnati Woodworking Club, 5974 Gaines Road, Cincinnati,45247. Workshops-Windsor chairs, taught by Joe Graham. For more information, contact Lenox Workshops, 1192 Webster Road, Jefferson, 44047. (216) 576-0311. Show-The Siskiyou Woodcraft Guild's 8th annual summer show and sale of fine woodwork., July 28-30. Pioneer Hall, Ashland. For more information, call Daniel Sheret at (503) 899-8106. HI Workshops-Various workshops held throughout the year. Conover Workshops, 18125 Madison Road, PO Box 679, Parkman, 44080. (216)548-3491 Show-The Greater Cleveland Woodworking Show, Sept. 29- For more information, contact Katherine Duncan, Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. (704) 298-7928. Classes-Bent laminations, basic woodworking, design and more, thru September. Penland School of Crafts, Penland, 28765-0037. (704) 765-2359. Art Center, Asheville. Deadline: Aug. 7. O: Meetings-Cincinnati Woodworking Club meets Carolina Wood
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