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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1995 (114)
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;Jor July and August, it's May ALA AR C SKA: Me Arkansas meets the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Woodworker's Supply Center, 6110 Carnegie, Sherwood, 72]17. For more information, call (501) 835-7339. Workshops-Canoe making, kayak making, October thru November. White River Anisans School, PO Box 308, 202 South Ave., Cotter, 72626. (501 ) 435-2600. KAN Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. For more info, contact Debey Zito (415) 648-6861 Workshops-Classes on wood finishing and decorative painting for furruture and cabinets. For schedule, write Studio 1829, 1829 Stanford St., Santa Monjea, 90404. (310) 453-0230. Workshops-Shaker bench, sofa table, Mission lamp table, Adirondack chair, more. Saturdays and Sundays. No experience necessary. Private instnlction available. For more jnformation, contact the Woodworkers Place at (818) 952-31 77. Workshops-Woodworking and carving. Marrin Pierce Furnishings, 5433 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles. For more info, call (213) 939-5929. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For more info, contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Show-California Carvers Guild 18th annual woodcarving show, Sept. 16-17. Coast High School, Cambria. For info, contact CCG Museum ALIF (909) nese Furniture thru March. Pacific Heritage Museum, 608 Commercial St., San Francisco, 94111. (415) 399-1124. Workshops-Building a lapstrake canoe with Simon Watts, Oct. 23-28. Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco. For info, contact National Maritime Museum Assoc., Building 275, Crissy Field, San Francisco, 94129. (415) 929-0202. Le Exlu Leon Marcotte: New York cabinetmaker and interior decorator, Dec. 12. The American Decorative ctur堽ﯠ㭨၀ COLO year-round. For more info, write Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshops-Beginning to advanced workshops, thru August. For free catalog, call or write Gail Fredell, Program Director, Anderson Ranch RAD annual exhibit, Oct. 13-Nov. 25. Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs. For info, contact William Jeavons at (719) 593-8461 Exlu CO Gallery-12, 29 Whitfield St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 458-1196. Exhibition-Shaker: The Art of Craftsmanship, Sept. 30Dec. 3, Wadsworth Atheneum, 600 Main St., Hanford, 061032990. (203) 278-2670. Classes-Veneering, turning, Shaker bench, boatbuilding, basic woodworking techniques and more. September thru November. For more info, contact Brookfield Craft Center, PO Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203 775-4526. Classes-Hands-on woodworking, finishing and lathe classes. Call for complete schedule. Harris Enterprise Corp., 80 Colonial Road, Manchester, 06040. (203) 649-4663Show-17th annual Guilford Handcrafts Holiday Festival of Crafts, ov. 4-Dec. 24. Guilford Handcraft Center, 41 1 Church St., Guilford. (203) 453-5947. NNE FLO meets every second Monday at 7 p.m. Constantine, 1040 East RID 110 A: Meetings-South Florida Woodworking Guild CTICUT: ShOW-Woodworking show, Oct. :1-31 Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Classes-Traditional hand woodworking, year-round. Contact Tom Larkin, Shadow Mountain School of Woodcarving, 32037 Stenzel Drive, Corufer, 80433. (303) 674-8560. Ans oition-Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs l11h ern Califorrua, Trustees AuditOrium, M.H. de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. For more information, call (415) 456-8177. Show-Celebration of Craftswomen, Dec. 2-3 and Dec. 9-10. Fon Mason Center's Pier 1 and Pier 2, Buchanan St. and Marina Blvd., San Francisco. For more info, call (415) 361-0700. Ans O: ClasseS-Woodworking and relmed classes, Forum of Northeorge Hunzinger: New York chairmaker, Sept. 12; Show-Wildlife art show and carving competition, Sept. 30Oct. 1. The Radisson Hotel, 18800 MacArthur Blvd., Irvine, 92715. For more information, contact Patrick Kennedy at 785-6267. & oition-Masterpieces from the Museum of Classical ChiGallery, San Simeon. (805) 434-2677. ORNIA.: Workshops-Woodworking for women. ciation meets at 7 p.m. on the founh Monday of each month at the Anchorage Museum. For more info, call (907) 345-3077. etin 1, and so on. gs-Alaska Creative Woodworkers AssoSAS: Meetings-Woodworker's Association of Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale. For funher 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 Bob Elliott (407) 695-8960. Meetings-Palm Beach Country Woodturners, monthly meetings. For more info, call Steve Blank (407) 747-7035. Meetings-St. Petersburg Woodcrafters Guild meets the founh Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. Montgomery Electric and AlC, 1200 19th St. ., 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)299-3972. Workshops-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Sanlfday each month. For further information, contact Sahar'dJapanese Architectural Woodworks at (404) 355-1976. INDIAN of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. For info, call (502) 426-2991. Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking. One-week courses. For info, contact David Wright etin MAIN堽: (606) MARYLAN堽: Exlu MA Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass tion. Complete faciUties. For more info, contact Wm. B. Sayre, Inc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Classes-Woodworking, turrung, carving, finishing, veneering, more. One Cortage Street School of Fine Woodworking, One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-8480. Workshops-Toolmaking for woodworkers. First three weekends of each month. Hegistration limited to two students per weekend. Contact Ray Larsen, Genuine Forgery, 1126 Broadway, Hanover, 02339. (617) 826-8931. Workshops-Summer intensives. Faux finishing, chair basics, more. Horizons, The New England Craft Program, 108 . Main St., Sunderland, 01375. (413) 665-0300. Workshops-One-week woodworking and related workshops thruout the year. Contact The Heanwood School, Johnson HiU Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Classes-Ongoing classes and one day seminars staning in September. Beginning thtu intermediate. For information or brochure, call Michael Coffey at (413) 527-8480. Show·Furnirure, wood turnings, demonstrations and more, Oct. 7. Cape Cod Hegional Technical Vocational High School, Pleasant Lake Ave., Route 124, Harwich. Sponsored by Woodworkers Guild of Cape Cod. For more info, contact Mr. Tune (508) 432-4500. stru MIC HIGAN: Workshops-Woodwrighting, more. Tillers International, 5239 South 24th St., Kalamazoo, 49002. For more info, call (616) 344-3233. Classes-Carving, hand dovetail and mortise and tenon, more. September thru October. Dyke Highway, Sterling Heights, 483]2. (810) 268-1919. Me to 3:30 at the shop of Peter Psarianos, 79 E. Maple, Troy, 48083. (800) 697-8465. etin Fine Woodworking MINNE etin SOT A: Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. For information, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Me gs-Minnesota Woodworkers Guild meets the third -[\Jesday of each month at 7:15 p.m. Demonstrations presel1l- Wood g-Michigan Violinmakers Association, Oct. 29, 10:00 986-7962. Workshops-Two-week basic and intermediate furnituremaking courses. Faculty includes Peter Korn, Silas Kopf, Bob Flexner, Nora Hall, Michael Enunons. For more information, contact the Center for Furninlfe Craftsmanship, 125 W. Meadow Hoad, Hockland, 04841. (207) 594-5611 MeetingS-Guild of Maine Woodworkers meets the first Wednesciay of every month. For time and location, call Guild of Maine Woodworkers at (800) 805-5100. Show-Shaker Forest Festival, Sept. 9-10, 16-17, 23-24. Seneca Creek State Park off Clopper Road, Gaithersburg. For info, call Connie Paulovich, Shaker Forest Festival (412) 643-8604. oition-Ghost Vessels: turned wood by Geoffrey Wilkes, Oct. 27-Nov. 18. Franklin Street Gallery, 7 Hagerstown, 21740. (301) 791-3132. SSACHUSE out most of the year. Contact Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. In 7TS ction-Full-time program in fine furniture construc- NEW YORK: Classes-Traditional 18th-cennirY woodworking techniques with Mario Rodriguez. For more info, contact Warwick Country Workshops, PO Box 665, Warwick, 10990. (914) 986-6636 Me tion meets bi-monthly. YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) New York City. Contact Howard A1alouf (914) 337-0226. ClasseS-Woodworking, traditional and contemporary; turning and finishing with Maurice Fraser and Bill Gundling. All levels. The Craft Sn,dents League at the YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave., New York City. For information, call (212) 735-9731 Show-Marriage in Form: Kay Sekimachi etin thru Oct. 8. American Craft Museum, New York City. For more information, call (415) 329-2605. Show-Westchester Crafts Show, Sept. 23-24. Westchester County Center, Central Ave. and Route 119 at dle Bronx River Parkway, White Plains. For info, call (914) 232-6583. Classes-Veneer matching, finishing, making a revolving Shaker stool, more, thru November. Garrett Wade, 161 Avenue ofd,e Americas, New York City, 10013. (212) 807-1155. Show-The Handmade Home Show, Nov. 17-19. Lexington Ave., Armory at 26th St., New York City. For more information, contact Richard Rothbard (800) 834-9437. Classes·Wood inlay, routing, woodcarving, veneering, finishing, tablesaw techniques, more. Saturdays. January thru April. Contact Albert Constantine & craft Supply, 37864 Van Classes, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461 (718) 792-1600. NORTH CARO nlrners meets the second San"day of each month. For more information, contact North Carolina Woodturners, PO Box 1833, Hickory, 28603. (704) 324-5960. Show-The Chair Show, October-Nov. 36. Folk Art Center, Asheville. For more info, contact Katherine Duncan, Southern Highland Handicraft Guild, PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. (704) 298-7928. Classes-Bedside table, Queen Anne bench, pencil post bed, September thru December. Benjamin C. Hobbs, Cabinetmaker, Houte 1, Box 517, Henford, 27944. (919) 426-7815. LIN & Son, Inc., Woodworking A: Meetings- orth Carolina WoodBob Stocksdale, W. Franklin St., : ClasseS-Woodworking classes thruA: Classes-Carving, veneering, joinery, turning, chairmaking, more thru October. For info, contact Marc Adams School ofWooclworking, Route 2, Box 121A, Franklin, 46131 (317) 535-4013. Classes-Hands-on woodworking classes with Michael Van Pelt. Superior Woodworking Supply, Inc., 922 Ft. Wayne Ave., Indianapolis, 46202. (317) 635-5747. KENTUCKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery insttuction. For funher information, contact Jim Hall, Adventures in Wood, 4] 5 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Me gs-Kyana Wooclcrafters Inc. meets the first Thursciay ed each month. Contact Richard Gotz at (612) 544-7278. oition-Vinual Rurality: exhibition of the woodcarvings of Fred Cogelow, thru Oct. 7. The Depot Museum, Duluth. (218) 727-8025. Call for entries-Minnesota Woodworkers Guild 13th annual Nonhern Woods Exhibition, Oct. 19-22. Deadline: Sept. 29. Southdale Center, Edina. For more info, contact Tim Johnson (612) 378-2605. Classes-Ongoing instruction and more offered thru Wild Eanh Woodworking at a Minneapolis/St. Paul facility. Contact Wild Earth Woodworking, 401 Hunter Hill Road, #3, Hudson, 54016. (715) 386-3186. Exlu MISSISSIPPI: Classes-Various woodworking classes. For more information on the classes, contact Allison Wells School of Wl MIS SOURI: Show-Wood Concepts '95, Oct. I-Nov. 9. For Ans NEW H For info, contact Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 114 Concord St, Manchester, 03104. (603) 669-2731 Classes-Various woodworking classes. Contact The Hand AM PO Box 264, Route 25, 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. 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, contact Michael Dunbar, PO Box 805, Portsmouth, 03802. (603) 431-4676. Exluoition-Fine Firush: handcr:tfted wood furninlfe, Sept. 18-0ct. 27. New Hampshire Craftsmen League Gallery, 205 North Main St., Concord. For more info, call (603) 2324-3375. Exhibition-The Guild of New Hampshire Woodworkers 5th annual juried exhibit, Sept. 23-0ct. 29. Craftings, 52 Hanover St., Manchester. For information, call (603) 623-4108. I, NEW The American Woodcarving School, 21 Pompton Plains Crossroad, Wayne, NJ 07470. Contact Eric at (201 ) 835-8555. JER NEW information, contact Nonh ew Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501 ClasseS-Woodworking classes. For info, contact Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe, 87502. (505) 438-1361 Show-Santa Fe Furniture Expo, Oct. 13-15. Albuquerque Convention Center. For information, call (505) 255-4271 MEXI CO: ClasseS-Woodworking classes. For more SEY: Classes-Carving, Sept. 22-24 and Nov. 3-5. & & Crafts, Inc., Canton. (BOO) information, contact Columbia Art League, 1013 E. Walnut St., Columbia, 65201 (314) 443-2131 NEBRASKA: Meetings-Omaha Woodworkers Guild meets at 7 p.m. the dlird Tuesday of every mondl. Westside Community Center, Omaha. Contact John Cahill at 334-5550. PSHIRE: Classes-Fine arts and studiO arts. 489-2787. gs and classes-New York Woodturners Associa
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