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Fine Woodworking : JAN/FEB 1996 (116)
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 be fore the ALAKA 1, ARI S ARKAﵬgs-O C O Fumituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. San Francisco. For more info, contact Debey Zito (415) 648-6861 Class ALL1!es-CRNLA COLO ishing and lathe classes. For complete schedule, call Harris Enterprise Corp., 80 Colonial Road, Manchester, 06040. (203) 649-4663. University of Connecticut, Storrs. For further information, call (203) 354-9678. Exht Exht CO 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. Juried show-The Woodcrafters Club of Tampa's 11th annual fine furniture show, Feb. 2-18. Florida Expo Park, Tampa. For more information, call john Fischer at (813) 645-8933. 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-Tallahassee Woodcrafters Society meets at 7:00 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month. For more information, contact Walt Behrle at (904) 668-6653 or Austin Tatum (904) RID Meetings-St. Petersburg fourth Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. Montgomery Elec386-ﵬ 76. Woo dcrafters Guild meets the A: Meetings-South Florida Woodworking Guild NNE "ition-Featured artist: Dennis EIHott,jan. 22-March 15. year-round. For more info, write Red Rocks Conununity College, 13300 Classes-Traditional hand woodworking, year-round. Contact Tom larkin, Shadow Mountain School of Woodcarving, 32037 Stenzel Drive, Conifer, 80433. (303) 674-8560. "ition-l996 American Cr RADO w. aftsmen 11th annual custom woodworking exhibition,jan. 14-28. Vail Public Library, Vail. For more information, call Tim O'Brien at (970) 328-7253. Classes-Hand-cut dovetails, finishing, tablesaw, cabinetmaking. The Woodworkers' Store, 1550 South Colorado Blvd., Denver. (303) 782-0588. CTICUT: Classes-Hands-on woodworking, fm6th Ave., lakewood, 80401 (303) 988-6160. lasses on wood finishing 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. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For more info, contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (510) 524-3700. Exht "ition-Masterpieces from the Museum of Classical Chi- nese Furniture thru March. Pacific Heritage Museum, 608 Commercial St., San Francisco, 94111 (415) 399-1124. Show-California Open Wildlife Art Show tition, Feb. 17-18. Holiday Inn On-The-Bay at the Embarcadero, San Diego. For more information, call Thelma Jennings at (619) 748-6643. Show-Artistry in Wood '96, Marcll 8-April 21 Sonoma County Woodworkers Association Museum, 425 7th St., Santa Rosa. For more informalion, contact Thomas Stockton at (707) 756-9885. & : Classes-Woodworking and related classes, Carvers Compe- 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 Janu.ary A ugust, it's May and so on. 1; for July and : Meetings-Alaska Creative Woodworkers Asso- ciation meets at 7 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month at the Anchorage Museum. For more information, call (307) 345-3077. ZONA: Workshop-Arizona Designer Craftsmen pre- sents Paul Sasso, Wood, March 22-25. Arizona State University, Tempe. For more information, call joan (602) 963-2965. SAS: Meetings-Woodworker's Association of Arkansas meets the first Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. at Woodworker's Supply Center, 6no Carnegie, Sherwood, 72117. For more information, call (501) 835-7339. Meetin tric and NC, 1200 19th SL ., SL 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 P'dfkway, Mariella. For more information, call (404) 299-3972. Workshops-japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month. For further infornlation, contact Sahara japanese Architectural Woodworks at (404) 355-1976. zark Woodturners meets the third Saturday of each month, Mountain Home. For more information, call Michael Kornblum at (501) 424-5893. Workshops-Woodcarving, bamboo fly rod, wood-strip canoe, fly fishing accessories and more. For more info, contact White River Artisans School, P.O. Box 308, 202 South Ave., Cotter, 72626. (501) 435-2600. : Workshops-Woodworking for women. INDIAN KENTUeetiﵬ ILLIN MAINﵬ: (606) SSA OIS: Classes-Finishing, routers, veneering, caning biscuit joinery, turning and more. The Woodworkers' Store, 286 West Rand Road., Arlington Heights. (708) 253-8875. A: Classes-Hands-on woodworking classes with Michael Van Pelt. Superior Woodworking Supply, Inc., 922 Ft. Wayne Ave., Indianapolis, 46202. (317) 635-5747. Classes-Instructors include Brian Boggs, Kelly Mehler, Marc Adams and Marc Berner. For more information, contact the Marc A. Adams School of Woodworking, Route #2, Box ] 21A, Franklin, 46131 (317) 535-4013. CKY: Workshops-WooduJrning and joinery in- struction. For further information, contact jim Hall, Adventures in Wood, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. M gs-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc. meets the first Thursday of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. For more information, call (502) 426-2991 Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking. One-week courses. For further information, contact David Wright at 986-7962. (606) tion. Complete facilities. For more info, contact Wm. B. Sayre, Inc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Classes-Woodworking, turning, carving, finishing, veneering, beginner and intermediate classes, woodworking for women. For more information, contact One Cottage Street School of Fine Woodworking, One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-8480. Workshops-Toolmaking for woodworkers. First three weekends of each moinh. Registration limited to two students per weekend. Contact Ray larsen, Genuine Forgery, 1126 Broadway, Hanover, 02339. (617) 826-8931. Workshops-One-week woodworking and related workshops, year-round. Contact The Heartwood School,johnson Hill Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Clas MA CH TTS stru USE tional, 5239 S. 24th St., Kalamazoo, 49002. For more information, call (616) 344-3233. Workshops-Woodworking basics, furnituremaking basics with joseph Hoover, January, February, March. For more information, contact Woodcraft Supply, 42102 Ford Road, Canton, 48187. (313) 981-6808. 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 presented each month. Contact Richard GOtz at (612) 544-7278. C1as M.lCH AN MINNE IG neapolis/St. 1".1ul facility. Contact Wild Earth ses-ﵬ 118 Fine Woodworking ngoing classes. Wild Earth Woodworking at a Minworking, Wood SOT A: Classes-Woodcarving classes, year-round. nars. Beginner thru intermediate. For information or brochure, call Michael Coffey at (413) 527-8480. Workshops-Three day intensives. Sharpening, layouts, carving techniques, tool forging, design study. Taught by professional carver with 16 years experience. Calvo Studio, 17 Mill lane, Arlington, 02174. (617) 648-5589. Workshops-17th Annual Wood Identification Workshop, taught by Dr. R. Bruce Hoadley, jan. 16-19, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. For more infornlation, contact Alice Szlosek or Trudie Goodchild at (413) 545-2484. Workshop-Lumber Dyeing workshop offered by the ew England Kiln Drying Assoc. and the University of Massachusetts Dept. of Forestry and Wildlife Management, jan. 8-12. Holdsworth Hall, University of Massachusetts, Amherst. For more information, call Bill Rice at (413) 549-0795. Workshops-Carving, dovetail jig, finishing, furniture repair and restoration, more. Woodcraft Supply Corp., 313 Montvale Ave., Woburn, 01801 (617) 935-6414. ses-ﵬ : Workshops-Woodwrighung. Tillers Internangoing woodworking classes and one day semiWorkshops-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 Furniture Craftsmanship, 125 W. Meadow Road, Rockland, 04841 (207) 594-5611. Meetings-Guild of Maine Woodworkers meets the first Wednesday of every month. For time and location, call the Guild at (800) 805-5100. : Classes-Woodworking classes, most of the year. For further information, contact Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Conunonwealth Ave., Boston, 02])6. (617) 267-4430. In ction-Full-time program in fine furniture construc986-8083. 401 Hunter Hill Road, #3, Hudson, M.l RI (800) NERAKA M.l B meets at 7 p.m. the third Tuesday of every month. Westside Community Center, Omaha. For more info, contact John Cahill at (402) 334-5550. NEW H For info, contact Manchester I nstitute of 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03]04. (603) 669-2731 Classes-Various woodworking classes. For more info, contact The Hand NE MEXI NE W NOR C 03254. (603) 476-5121. Auctions-Alllique 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. Also, sack back, continuous arm, fan back, writing arm. Classes start in January. For informaLion, contact Michael Dunbar, PO Box 805, Portsmouth, 03802. (603) 431-4676. AMP IRE & S SH CO: Classes-Woodworking classes. For more information, contact orth New 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. 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 and classes-New York Woodturners Association meets bi-monthly. YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd St.), New York City. Contact Howard Alalouf (914) 337-0226. 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 information, call (212) 735-9731. Classes-\Vood inlay, routing, woodcarving, veneering, finishing, tablesaw techniques, more. Saturdays, January thru April. For more info, contact Albert Constantine Woodworking Classes, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461 (718) 792-1600. Meetings-The Long Island Woodworker's Club meets the first Wednesday of every month, September thruJune at 7:30 p.m. Brush Barn, 2] I jericho l\Jrnpike, Smithtown. For more infornlation, call (516) 360-1216. Classes-Intermediate Woodworking Jan. 3-May 14, Purchase College, Purchase. For more information, contact Olene Duncan at (914) 251-6503. Show-Wendell Castle, March 7-April 20. For more infornlaLion, contact Peter joseph Gallery, 745 Fifth Ave., Fourth Floor, New York, 10151. (212) 751-5500. Show-Woodworkers Expo 1996, March 23-24. Saratoga Springs City Center, Saratoga Springs. For more information, call Fran Finkbeiner at (518) 37]-9]45. & turners meets the second Saturday of each month. For more information, contact North Carolina Woodturners, PO Box 1833, Hickory, 28603. (704) 324-5960. Workshops-Winter schedule includes Windsor chairmaking, Welsh stick chairs, Swiss cooperage, carving Swedish woodenware. For more information, contact Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creed Road, Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. Classes-Pencil-post bed, bedside table, hanging corner cupboard. January thru April. Benjamin C. Hobbs, Route 1, Box 517, Hertford, 27944. (919) 426-7815. TH ARLIN O O For more information, contact Lenox Workshops, 1192 Webster Road,jefferson, 44047. (216) 576-0311 Workshops-Various workshops, year-round. Conover Workshops, 18125 Madison Road, PO Box 679, Parkman, 44080. (216) 548-3491. Classes-Router basics, making cabinet doors, wood sculpting, turning, marquetry, chip carving, more. n,e Woodworkers' Store, 2500 East Main St., Columbus. (614) 231-0061 Me HI etin gs-Cincinnati Woodworking Club meets from 9:00 O: Workshops-Windsor chairs, taught by joe Graham. A: Meetings-North Carolina Wood& Furniture Design, Son, Inc., : Classes-Fine arts and studio arts. and Sciences, Arts I, PO Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, Show-Turned wood show by the Minnesota Woodturners Association, Feb. 12-March 31 The Duluth West Michigan St., Duluth, 55802. (218) 727-8013. Classes-Shaker boxes, router, finishing tablesaw, sharpening, build a workbench and more. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave., South, Minne-dpolis. (612) 822-3338. W1 Art 489-2787. SSrSSJPPI: Classes-Various woodworking classes. For more information, contact Allison Wells School of Crafts, Inc., Canton. SSOU : Classes-Wood furniture design with Ron Institute, 506 Diefenbacher. Fifteen week course beginning jan. 16. For more information, contact Washington University Fine Institute, St. Louis. (314) 935-4643. : Meetings-Omaha Woodworkers Guild Arts & Arts 54016. (715) 386-3186.
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