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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1990 (84)
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 for July and August, it's May ARKA bowls, cluding Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524,3700. Juried exhibition-Artistry in Wood '90, ARI thru Arts Nelson Fine CALI The Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th St, Santa Rosa, 95401. Contact Wade Belew, Sonoma County Woodworkers Assoc., Box 4124, Santa Rosa, 95402. (707) 579-0264. Juried shows-8th National Lathe-Turned Objects exhibition, thru Aug. 31. The Fine Art of Woodworking, Sept. 5-0ct. 28. Highlight Gallery, Box ISIS, Mendocino, 95460. (707) 937-3132. Exhibit-2nd annual exhibition of turne members of the San Diego Wood turne Town Hall, Julian. For info, contact Nan Bu Sleeping Indian Rd., Fallbrook, 92028. (619) 728-0591. Exhibition-Wood Wise: A Knowledge of Wood, Sept. 16. Featuring furnishings, tables, chests, boxes and turnings. Workshops/demonstrations on the Saturdays through the show. apa Art Center Gallery, 101 S. Coombs, Bldg. Show-Contemporary Masters, Sept. 22-Dct. 27. Current works by artists of the Jacobson collection. del Mano Gallery and StudiO, 11981 San Vincente, Los Angeles, 90049. (213) 476·8508. Show-Wood Design '90, thru Sept 30. Humboldt Woodworking Society annual show. Ambiance, 226 F St., Eureka, 95501. (707) 445-8950. Show-Southern California Woodworking World Show, Oct. 12-14. Los Angeles County Fairgrounds. Contact the Woodworking Association of North America, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) 521-7623, (603) 536-3768. Workshop-Saw sharpening clinic and Japanese hand tools with Robert Meadow, Oct. 27-28. Contact ]. v K, dale, The Pull of the Saw, 3537 69th Ave., Oakland, 94605. (415) 635-7182. Show-San Diego Woodworking Show, Nov. 2-4. Convention and Performing Arts Center, 202 C St., San Diego, 9210 I. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8521, (800) 826-8257. Show-Northern California Woodworking Show, Nov. 9-1 1. San Mateo County Fairgrounds, 2495 S. Delaware St., San Mateo, 94403. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8521, (800) 826-8257. anAr CONNECTICUT: Workshops-18th-Century Carving Techniques, Sept 15-16; evening Woodworking, Sept 27Nov. 15; Fine Sept 27-Nov. I; Introduction to Spindle Turning, Oct 1314; Boatbuilding, Oct. 19-21; Introduction and Equipment, Oct. 27-28; 18th-Century W Methods, ov. Art 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Exhibit-Wooden Fantasy, thru Aug. 25. Featuring wooden bowls, clocks, toys and folk art by local artisans. The Schoolhouse, Gales Ferry Craft Cooperative, 6 Hurlbutt Rd., Gales Ferry, 06335. (203) 437- 1066. Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, 3-4. Restoration, Sept 29-30; Birdc Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box to oodw 110 Fine Woodworking Power Tools orking arvi gust. Contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juri ed festival- 12th annual Holiday Festival, Nov. thru Dec. 23. Application deadline: Sept. 15. Guilford Handcrafts Inc., Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juried exhibition-The Celebration of American Crafts, Nov. II-Dec. 23. Gilding the Lily, Mar. 24-Apr. Au3-g, COLORADO: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshop-Wood sculpture with Ellen Driscoll, Aug. 20-24. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Juried exhibit-6th annual exhibit sponsored by the Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, Oct. 6-Nov. 1 I. Deadline for entries: Sept. 28-29. Colorado Springs Pioneers' Museum, Colorado Springs. Contact John Lewis, 918 N. Royer St, Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 632-8548. thru d wood rs, Sept. 15-16. Julian , 5065 shle thru Napa, 94559. (707) 224-8176. objects by Aug. 26. SAS: Show-Fall Festival arts & crafts show and sale, Oct. 19-21. Newton County Fairgrounds, Jasper. Sponsored by the Newton County Arts & Crafts Guild. For info, contact Betty Carpenter: (501) 294-5555. Workshop-New Methods in the Cleaning of Paintings and Wooden Artifacts, July 11-16, 1991. Application deadline: Nov. I. For info, contact Parker Restoration, Box 93, Gentry, 72734. (501) 736-8510. 1, ZONA: Exhibit-Jacobson collection of turned Aug. 26. Arizona State University Art Museum, Center, Tempe, 85287. (602) 965-2787. FORNIA: Workshops-Various workshops inand so on. 1; 20, 1991. Deadline for slides: Sept. 15. National juried/invitational event. For info, contact Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., New Haven, 06510. DELAW New Perspectives on the American Arts & Crafts Movement, Oct. 19-20. Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, 19735. (302) 888-4600. DIS Innovation: New American Furniture, thru Sept. 3. Renwick Gallery, 17th St. & Pe call (202) 357-2247. Juried show-9th annual Washington Craft Show, Apr. 18-21, 1991. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave., N.W. Application deadline: Oct. 13. For info, contact Women's Committee of the Smithsonian Associates, Arts & Industries Bldg., Room 1465, Smithsonian Institution. (202) 357-4000. FLO the Arts, Oct. 27-28. On the streets of downtown Starke. Entries deadline: Sept. 28. For info, contact Nancee Clark, Box 1530, Gainesville, 32602. (904) 372- 1976. Juried festival-28th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Feb. 16-18, 1991. Application deadline: Sept. 15. For info, contact Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Box 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233-0757. (305) 447-0401. TRI RID GEORGIA: Juried exhibition and fair-Int erna W Woodworking Machinery and Furniture Supply Fair, Aug. 24-27. Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta For info, contact Shirley Byron, International Woodworking Fair, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. Show -Art Buyers Caravan, Sept. 15-17. Sponsored by De- oodw IL Show, Oct. 5-7. The Metro Center, Rockford. Contact the Woodworking Association of North America, Box 706, Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) 521-7623, (603) 536-3768. ShOW-19th annual Midwestern Wood Carvers Show, Nov. 3-4. Belle-Claire Exposition Hall, 200 S. Belt East, Belleville. Sponsored by Belleville Wood Carvers ClUb. For info, contact Don Lougeay, 1830 E. LIN 62221. (618) 233-5970. Workshops-Windsor chairmaking and Shaker furniture, October and ovember. Five-day, live-in instruction. The Dovetail Joint, 1332 Harlem Blvd., Rockford, 61 103. (81 5) 965-6677. 0 IND October. Chesterton Art Gallery. Featuring hand-crafted wood furniture and objects. Contact the gallery, Box 783, Chesterton, 46304. (219) 926-3041. Festival-Chautauqua of the Arts, Sept. 22-23. Along the streets of Madison. For info, contact Dixie McDonough, 119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. (812) 265-5080. IAN IOWA: Juried show-World's Fair of Woodworking, Sept. 13-16. Contact World's Fair of Woodworking, Box 1422, Des MOines, 50305. (800) 441-0399. Show-International Turned Objects Show, Oct. 27-Jan. 6. Iowa State University, Ames. For info, contact International Sculpture Center, 1050 Potomac St. .W., Washington, DC 20007. (202) 965-6066. Juried exhibit-Octagon Annual, Nov. II-Dec. 30. Entry deadline: Sept. I. Octagon Center for the Arts, 427 Douglas, Ames, 50010. (515) 232-5331. KENTUCKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery instruction, thru October. One day to one week. Contact Jim Hall, Adventure in Woods, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Show-Louisville Woodworking Show, Oct. 19-21. Com· monwealth Convention Center, 221 4th Ave., Louisville, 40202. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Ange· les, LOUIS cessful Woodworking Business, Sept. 22. By furnituremak· er Thomas Moser and sponsored by the Louisiana Furni· ture Industries Association. Contact Connie Couvillion at (504) 549·3831. Juried show-15th annual Holiday Crafts Market, Nov. 17-18. City Park Botanical Gardens, New Orleans. Dead· line: Aug. 31. Contact Louisiana Crafts Council, Box 1287, Baton Rouge, 70821. (504) 383·1782. CAIAN A: Se min 90025. (213) 477·8521, (800) 826·8257. ar-Creating and Building a Suc· A: Juried show-3rd annual Works in Wood, cor magazine. Apparel Mart and Inforum, Atlanta Market Center, Atlanta. For info, call Paul Karel at (314) 421-5445. Workshops-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month, year-round. Contact Sahara Japanese Architectural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place .W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355-1976. Auction-Red Baron's Americana and fine furniture. Red Baron Antiques, 6450 Roswell Rd., Atlanta, 30328. (404) 252-3770. Festival-20th annual ter's Mill Country Fair, 101 Timberland Dr., Dalton, 30720. (404) 259-5765. fall HAWAH: ShOw-5th annual Big Island Wood Show, thru Sept. 28. Wailoa Center, Hilo, Hawaii. Sponsored by the Big Island Woodworkers' Guild. For info, contact Bob Gleason, 45 Pohaku St., Hilo, 96720. (808) 935-7301. OIS: Show-Chicago area Woodworking World fall festival, Oct. 13-14. The Praorking Fair Design Competition at the Int erna tional tional nnsy A: Juried show-5th annual Starke Festival of ARE CT OF COLU MB IA: Exhibit-Tradition and lvania Ave. N.W. For info, : Conference-The Substance of Style: Juri ed competition-Lafayette Art Association annual national juried competition of two· and three-dimension· al art, Apr. 1-30, 1991. Slides deadline: Jan. 15, 1991. For prospectus, contact Marta Fielding, Lafayette Art Gallery, 700 Lee, Lafayette, 7050 I. MAINE: Workshops-Various woodworking work· shops, thru Aug. 31. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Box 87, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348·2306. Sept. 15. Meredith Gallery, 805 . Charles St., Baltimore, 21201. (301) 837·3575. Show-BaltimorelWashington Woodworking Show, Oct. 12-14. Festival Hall, Camden and Sharp Streets, Balti· more, 2120 I. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (213) 477·8521, (800) 826-8257. Arts, Box 1848, Nantucket, 02554. Juri The Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Workshops-House building, Aug. 27-Sept. 14; finish carpentry, Sept. 24-28; cabinetmaking, Oct. 1-5. Wash· ington. Contact Will Beemer, He MARYLAN thru MAS Plymouth, auction, Oct. 5-7. Including ed exhibit-Handmade for the '90s, Clas oodw NH Assocoodw MINNE Rd., Washington, 01235. (41 3) 623·6677. Workshop-Traditional timber framing with Jack Sobon and Dave Carlon, Sept. 26-30. Hancock Shaker Village, Hancock. Contact Jack Sobon, Box 201, Windsor, 01270. (413) 684,3223. Workshop-Rustic furniture with Daniel Mack, Oct. 6. Williamsburg. Contact Horizons Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Rd., Amherst, 01002. (413) 549·4841. Show-New England W 21. Eastern States the W orking 03264. (800) 521·7623, (603) 536,3768. ses-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the Expo SOTA: sity of Minnesota, St. Paul. For info, contact Harlan Peter· son, Dept. of Forest Products, Univ. of Minnesota, 2004 Folwell Ave., St. Paul, 55108. (612) 624,3407. Show-Twin Cities W Clas nesota State Fairgrounds, Snelling & Como Avenues, St. Paul, 55108. Contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477·8521, (800) 826·8257. Exhibit-8th annual Northern Woods Exhibit, Oct. 4-7. Bandana Square, Energy Park, St. Paul. Submission dead· line: Sept. I. Contact Elaine Carney, Orchard Woodwork· ing, 948 Orchard Lane, Roseville, 551 13. (612) 483-5647. oodw St., Belleville, hibits and for·sale items. Contact Paxton Beautiful Woods, 6311 St. John, Kansas City, 64123. (816) 483·7000. NEW H studio arts. Manchester Institute of Arts and SCiences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various craft classes, including woodworking, year· round. Contact The Hand & I, Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476,5121. Juri AM ed show-National Rocking Chair Show, Sept. 15- Jan. 15. Hanover. For info, contact Lynne DiFrancesco, Rubens and Locke, 40 S. Main St., Hanover, 03755. (800) 333,3448, (603) 643-4327. Mee tin shire Woodworkers, Sept. 15. II g-Quarterly meeting of the Guild of New Hamp· Business meeting with talk on woodworking with Japanese tools. At Paul Tuller's workshop. Contact Tuller, Pierce Rd., Dublin, 03444. (603) 563·8884. Open house-Open house, Oct. from 20 manufacturers. Woodshop Machines, 57 Regional Dr., Concord, 03301. (603) 228-2066. 4-6. NEW M ern ew Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. ed show-Super Crafts Star Show, Oct. 26-27. Giants Stadium Club, East Rutherford. For Faires Ltd., Box 844, Tuxedo, EXI Clas CO: ses-Woodworking classes. orth· NY info, 10987. (914) 351-5171. NEW YORK: Classes-Various woodworking classes. Constantine, 2050 Eastchester Rd., Bronx, 10461. (212) 792-1600. Competition-International Art Competition, 31. Marcuse pfeifer Gallery, New York City. Multimedia thru Aug. NEW JERSEY: Workshop-Making an acoustic guitar with Dick Boak, Aug. 24-31. For info, contact Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, 07851. (201) 948-5200. Exhibition-Regional Decoys, thru Sept. 9. Featuring 65 decoys from New England to California by 36 regional carvers. The oyes Museum, Lily Lake Rd., Oceanville, 08231. (609) 652·8848. Juri contact Creative A.M. Reps and machines fair, PSHIRE: Classes-Classes in fine arts and orking Show, Sept. 28-30. Min· CA MISSOURI: Juried show-Woodcarver's Showcase, Sept. 15-30. Silver Dollar City, Branson. For info, contact Silver Dollar City Chamber of Commerce, W. Highway 76, Branson, 65616. (417) 338·8210. Fair-1st woodcraft Oct. 20-21. Demonstrations, ex· year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267·4430. s-IGIn Drying, Sept. 10-14. Univer· artw orking World Show, Oct. 19- sition Center, Springfield. Contact iation of North America, Box 706, thru by the faculty and students from the Rhode Island School of Design and Southeastern Massachusetts University, thru SACHUSETTS: Workshops-Various workshops, Aug. 24. Nantucket Island School of Design & the Sept. 9. D: Show-Summer art sbow featuring works ood, Johnson Hill
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