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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1993 (101)
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;for july and A ugust, it's May 1, and so on. N national Lathe-Turned Objects: Challenge V. Deaaline: July 10, 1993. Send a #10 SASE to Albert LeCoff, Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Competition-1993 Northwest International ATI ONAL t;. INTE믎쭀ATI tion, thru Aug. 8 at the Whatcom Museum of History and Art. For more information, write The Whatcom Museum, 121 Prospect St., Bellingham, WA 98225. Contact Mike Vouri (206) 676-6981 Meeting-Wood West, Oregon 1993. International Wood Collectors Society's annual meeting, Aug. 15-19. Springfield/Eugene, Oregon. For more information, contact Don RobertS, 1810 S. Fairmount Ave., Salem, OR 97302. Show-Tecno Mueble lnternacional, july 8-11, Guadalajara, jalisco, Mexico. For more info, contact Eidson Trade Shows, Lnc., PO Box 609, Conover, NC 28613, Arts Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. Four-day workshop this summer. San Francisco. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861 Workshops-Various workshops including japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. For further information, contact the Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Le ARKA믎 ALIF C 13. American Decorative ctur믎 Trustees' Auditorium, Asian Art Museum, Eighth Ave. &jOIUl Kennedy Drive, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. For more -Charleston Furniture with Brad Rauschenberg,july Forum of Northern California. information, contact Mrs. Fox (510) 524-7304. Show-Turned Wood, '93, thru july 10. A national show of work by contemporary turners. For more info, contact Del Mano Gallery, 11981 San Vicente Blvd., Los Angeles, F. nia Exposition at Del Mar. For more information, contact the San Diego Fine Woodworkers AsSOCiation, Bill Collins, (619) 232-4626. Exlu COLO year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshops-Woodworking and furniture design, thru Aug. For more information or a free catalog, contact Anderson Ranch (303) 923-3181 Workshops-Scribe-fit log construction with Robert Chambers. Beginning course: Aug. 16-21; intermediate course: Aug. 22-28; Advanced course: Aug. 30-Sept. 4. Colorado State University-Mountain campus. For more information, contact Peter Haney, 505 . Grant, Ft. Collins, 80521 (303) 482-1366. SeminarS-Woodworking seminars, Sept. thru April. For more information, contact Schlosser Tool and Manufacturing Co., 301 Bryant St., Denver, 80219. (303) 922-8244. RADO Arts CO 15-17. Town Green, Guilford. For more information, call (203) 453-5947. NNE Aug. 7-8. For application, send SASE to SO 0 Arts Classes-Restoring Wood and Canvas Canoes, Aug. 6-10; Building an Adirondack Guideboat, Aug. 23-28. For more information, contact Brookfield Craft Center, P.O. Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203)-775-4526. Competition and show-The SO tion, Exhibiting Arts, PO Box 600, South Norwalk, 06856. (203) 866-1887. Show-1993 Master Woodturners, featuring work by David Ellsworth, Giles Gilson, William Hunter and others, thru july 29. For more information, contact Mendelson Gallery, Titus Square, Washington Depot, 06794. (203) 868-0307. DEL AW at Hagley Museum, Rt. 141, Wilmington. (302) 658-2400. Show-TIle Delaware Valley Woodworking Show, Sept. 1719. Valley Forge Convention Center, Pennsylvania Hall, 1200 First Ave., King of Prussia, 19406. For more information call (800) 826-8257. ARE DIS Century Crafts, ovember 5-7, Decatur House, 748 jackson Place, .W. Contact Sarah Saville Shaffer (202)-842-0915. TRI 96 CT OF COLU MB IA: Show-Marketplace for 19th : Show-Art From the Lathe, thru November 30 CTICUT: Exhibition-Guilford Handcrafts, july Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. MAS Exht SACHUSE : Classes-Woodworking and related classes, (310) 476-8508. Show-Woodworking Machinery Furniture Supply Fair, Sept. 9 thru 12. Anaheim Convention Center. For more informationn, contact Ellen Schwartz, (310)477-8521. Show-13th Annual Artistry in Wood, Aug. 14 thru Sept. 26. Sonoma County Museum. For info, call 707-579-1500. Dition-Designs in Wood, thru july 4. Southern Califor- 90049. Arts 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, 72117. For more information, call (501) 835-7339. ORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking for women. CompetiONAL: Com peti tion-lnterFLO Arts second Thursday of every month, Winter Park. For information, contact Ed Harte (407) 862-3338. Meetings-Sarasota Woodworking Club, second Thursday of every month. For info, contact Tom Clark, 3544 Oak Grove Drive, Sarasota, 34243. (813) 351-9059. Exhibition-Florida Craftsmen, Inc., thru july 29 at Visual Center of RID A: Meetings-Central Florida Woodworkers Guild, Florida, Panama City. For more informa- tion, contact Michele Tuegel (813) 821-7391 Com peti tion-31st annual Coconut Grove ruary 19-21. juried by 5 slides. Entry deadline: Sept. 15. For application contact Coconut Grove Arts Festival, P.O. Box 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233-0757. (305) 447-0401 Arts GEORGIA: Workshops-japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month, year-round. For info, contact Sahara japanese Architectural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place NW., Atlanta, 30018 (404) 355-1976. Classes-Woodworking classes, throughout the year. Woodworkers Guild of Georgia, PO Box 8006, Atlanta. For info, contact john Gorrell (404) 460-1224. summer. The High Museum of Art, 1280 Peachtree St., Northeast, Atlanta, 30309. For more information, call Shelly Unger. (404) 898-9286. Exlu IDAHO: Juried show-Art on the Green, july 30 thru Aug. 1. Ortll Idaho College. For more information, contact Citizens' Council for the ArtS, P.O. Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, 83816-0901. (208) 667-9346. workshops. Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., lndianapolis, 46250. (317) 849-0193. Call for entries-juried competition open to emerging and unrepresented craftpersons. Deadline: july 1. Official entry form required. For more information, send SASE to Anticipation '93, Route 10, Box 106, Upper Mt. Vernon Road, Evansville, 47712. (812) 464-1851 INDIAN IOW A: Exhibition-Holzfest woodworking exposition, Aug. 20-22. Little Amana, exit off Interstate 80. For more information or application, send SASE to Ron Toppenberg, 713 E. 5th St. . NeWlOn, 50208. Workshops-japanese Master Workshops, july 19 thru Aug. 28. One day to six weeks. For more information, contact SHRl E, 406 W. Depot, Fairfield, 52556. (515) 469-3369. Fair-Sixth Annual Constl1lction, Remodeling & Woodworking Fair, Sept. 17-19. Featured craftsman: Norm Abram. Greater Des Moines Convention Center, Des Moines. KE struction. For info, contact jim Hall, Advenulfes in Wood, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Me NTU MAIN 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, 503 Prospect, Berea, 40403. (606) 986-7962. etings-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., first Thursday of each E: Courses-1993 season opens june 6. Write Hay- stack Mountain School of Crafts, PO Box 518, Deer Isle, 04627. & Design with Peter Korn, july Basic woodworking with Pe- 12-23, Aug. 9-20 and Sept. ter Korn, july 26-Aug. 6 and Aug. 23-Sept. 3. For more info, contact Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, PO Box 654, Camden, 04843. (207) 236-3032. fine furniture construction. Complete facilities. Wm. B. Sayre, Inc., One Cottage St., Easthampton, 01027. (413) 527-0202. Dition-Garden Treasures L1: The Wooded Garden and 7TS I : ns tru the Seaside Garden, thru july 30. The Society of Arts and Crafts, 101 Ardl Sl. Contact: TIle Society of Newbury St., Boston 02116. (617) 266-1810. Classes-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the year. For information, contact Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 02116. (617) 267-4430. Juried com peti Arts and Crafts, 175 ction-Full-time program in CKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery inA: Classes-Various woodworking classes and Dition-The Art of the Wood Turner, thru the end of the Festival, Feb- faces. For more information, write Villa Maria Wood Carving Workshops, PO Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55431 Classes-Woodcarving classes year-round. For info, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Classes-Creative Arts & Collectibles Expo, Aug. 27-29. Deadline: Aug. 1. For more info or an entry blank, contact Upper Midwest Wood Carvers Exhibition, 111 NOrtil Main St., Blue Eart믎쭀, 56013. MISSISSIPPI: Classes-Various classes. Allison Wells School of 2787 or (601) 859-5826. NEW Arts S Manchester Institute of Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various woodworking classes, year-round. For info, contact: The Hand & I, 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. Fair-60th Annual Craftsmen's Fair, Aug. 7-15. Mt. Sunapee State Park, Newbury. For more info, call (800) 639-1610. HAMP HIRE Arts NEW JERSEY: Worksho s-Mak ng and using wooden handplanes with David Finck,july 9-13; Mastering tile bandsaw with Mark Duginske, july 16-18; Basic woodworking: three legged stool with james jewell, july 31-Aug. 3. For more information write or call Peters Valley Craft Center, 19 Kuhn Road, !.aylOn, 07851 (201) 948-5200. p july 24--Aug. Exhi i NEW MEXICO: Classes-Woodworking classes. N. New Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. Classes-Fine woodworking classes, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe 87502. (505) 438-1361. bition-1993 ew Mexico Woodworkers' Exhibition, Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe. For furtller information, call (505) 438-1230. 11 NEW YORK: Classes-Various beginning and advanced woodworking classes. Constantine's, 2050 Eastchester Road, Bronx, 10461 (718) 792-1 Meetings and classes-New York Woodturners Assoc., first Tuesday of each month. Craft Student League, YWCA, 610 Lexington Ave. (53rd. St.) New York City. (212) 735-9732. Workshops-Traditional 18th-century woodworking techniques. Planemaking, carving, joinery and planecraft, tI,ru Aug 21 Contact Mario Rodriguez, Warwick Country Workshops, PO Box 665, Warwick, 10990. For brochure and schedule, caLi (914) 986--6636. Show-Crafts Festivals '93, july 2-4; Aug. 6-8. Bestor Plaza (outdoors), Chautauqua Institution, Chautauqua. For more information, contact Kay Collins, Festival Director, Chautauqua Crafts Alliance, PO Box 89, Mayville 14757. Classes-Sharpening Woodworking Tools and Traditional Wood joinery witll Bill Sntithers, july 10-11; Stripbuilding an Adirondack Guide Boat Witll Steve Kaulback, july 12-17; Refinishing with Mike Mahoney, july 24-25. For info, contact The Antique Boat Museum, 750 Mary Street, Clayton, 13624, (315) 600 . Show-Contemporary Woodturning, thru Aug. 28. For more info, contact Frances Kelly, Elsa Mott Ives Gallery, YWCA, 53rd Street and Lexington, (212) 755-4500. 686-믎104. NORTH witll kids with Drew Langsner, july 7-10; Toolmaking for woodworkers with Hans Karlsson,july 19-24; Windsor chairmaking witll Drew Langsner, Aug. 2-7; 17th-century joinery with john Alexander, Aug. 16-21. Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Road, Marshall, 238753. For more information, contact Drew Langsner (704) 656-2280. Me CAR LIN O each month. Contact: Eric Hughes, Route 3, PO Box 300, Conover, 28613. (704) 464-5611. Show-Blue Ridge Hearthside Craft Show,july 9-11, Aug. 6-8, Oct. 8-10. Main shop in Foscoe. For more info, contact Carolyn C Francis, 512 Cline Road, Dandridge, tion-Limited Production Furniture, Oct. 9- 0 Arts Celebration, Celebra- ov. 14. For prospectus, write IYdnco Design Center, 10 West Street, West Hatfield, 01088. (413) 247-5681. Show-Hilltown Artisans Guild's ninth annual show and sale, july 17-18. For more info, call Joan Schiffer (413) 634-5015. Workshop-Sculpture: Expressions in Wood, Rich Penziner, Aug. 12-15. For more information, contact Horizons, 374 Old Montague Road, Amherst, 01002. (413) 549-4841 Exhibition-Second annual Art of Craft, Sept. 24-26 at Boston University's Peter Fuller Showroom, 808 Commonwealth Avenue. For more information, contact Maureen Mullin, American Concern For Artistry and Craftsmanship, P.O. Box 650, Montclair, j., 07042. (201) 746-0091 MARYLAN믎: MINNE Fine Woodworking SOT Show-Art Furniture by recent graduates of the Rhode Island School of Design, thru Aug. 21. For more information, contact Meredith Gallery, 805 N. Charles St., Baltimore, 21201 (410) 837-3577. MICHIGAN: ns Michigan Violinmakers Association. Host: Bob Meade. For more information, contact the association at 1661 Heather Wood, Troy, 48098. (313) 641-5138. I tru A: Workshops-Wood carving, Aug. 8-14. Classes include whittling animals, relief carving, figures/ ction-Violin plate turning, july 25. (615) 3997-2172. Classes-Textile tools, Aug. 15-20, esting oval boxes in Shaker tradition, Aug. 20-22, Basic woodworking for production, Aug. 28 thru Sept. 3. For further information, contact John C. Campbell Folk School, Route 1, Box 14A, Brasstown, 28902. (800) FOLK-SCH. Show-Piedmont Woodcarvers Annual Show, Oct. 2. Agriculture Building, 201 Water St., Statesville. For more information, contact Bob Williams, Rt 7, Box 234, Mooresville, 28115. (704) 663-3736 TN OHIO: Show-Greater Columbus Woodworking Show, Sept 10-12. Ohio Expo Center/Fairgrounds, Lausche Building, O sociation 17th annual woodcarving show, july 9-11 Tulsa Promenade Shopping Mall. For more information, contact Russell Hayman, (918) 847-2236. KLAH Friday of every month. Contact the guild at PO Box 1866, Portland, 97207. (503) 293-5711 Juried show-Fifth annual summer Siskiyou Woodcraft Guild show and sale. july 29 thru Aug. 1. Pioneer Hall on OREGON: Meetings-Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, tltird 600 E. 17th Avenue, Columbus, 43211 For more information, call (800) 826-8257. OMA : Show-Eastern Oklahoma Woodcarvers As37725. A: Workshops-Green woodworking etings- orth Carolina Woodturners, second Saturday of : Classes-Fine arts and studio artS. and Sciences, 114 Concord St., & Crafts, Inc., PO Box 950, Canton. (800) 489
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