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Fine Woodworking : NOV/DEC 1985 (55)
Events Listings are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. Our jan./ Feb. issue will list events between Dec. 15 and Mar. 15; deadline Nov. 1. Our Mar./Apr. issue will list events between Feb. 15 and May. 15; deadline jan. 1. jects. Hands on Wood, Building F, Fort Mason Center, San Francisco. (4 15) 567-2205. Workshops/classes-Beginner arid experienced woodworkers. Rosewood Tool Supply, 1836 Fourth St., Berkeley, 94710. (4 15) 540-6247. Show-Woodworking World-The San Francisco Bay Area, emphasizing boatbuilding, homebuilding and miniatures, Dec. 6-8. Oakland Convention Center, Oakland. Fair-6th Annual Christmas Woodworking Gift, Dec. 7-8. Ganahl Lumber Co., 1220 East Ball Rd_, Anaheim 92805. Contact Valerie Bloom, (714) 772-5444. Demonstrations/classes-Furniture restoration, marquetry, veneering, Allen E. Fitchen, Dec. 10-12. Constantines Wood Products, Inc., 53 18 W. 144th SI., Lawndale, 90260. (213) 643-9484. Demonstrations-Veneering, hand tool sharpening, European hardware, caning, OCI. 26-Dec. 7. The Woodworkers' Store, 7876 Convoy CI., San Diego, 92111 . (6 19) 292-992 1. CAL COLORADO: }urled exhibition-Sponsored by Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, Nov. 2-Dec. 17. Pioneers Museum of Colorado Springs. Contact Guild, Box 9594, Colorado Springs, 80932. Workshops-Numerous subjects, Sepl. 21 -Nov. 16. Woodworker's Store, 340 South Broadway, Denver, 80209. (303) 778-8650. CONNECTICUT: Exhibition-17th American Crafts, Nov. II -Dec. 23. Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon SI., New Haven, 06511 . (203) 562-4927. }urled show-Wesleyan POllers 30th Annual Invitational, Nov. 30-Dec. 15. The Wesleyan Poners, 350 South Main SI., Middletown, 06457. Contact Denise Di Stefano, (203) 347-5925. }urled exhibition-Second Annual Members, sponsored by Woodworkers Guild of Connecticut, Nov. 15-Jan. 4. Entry deadline Oct. 15. Wethersfield Historical Sociery, Old Academy Museum, 150 Main St., Wethersfield. Contact Guild, PO Box 7453, Bloomfield, 06002. Seminar-The Craftsman's Artifice: Techniques of Early American Furniture Makers, Gregory Landrey, Robert F. Trent, Nov. 2. The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, 21 1 Main Street, Wethersfield, 06109. (203) 5290612. FLORIDA: Demonstrations/classes-Wood finishing, restoration, veneering, marquetry, Allen E. Fitchen, Jan 15-18. Constantines Wood Center of Florida, Inc. 1040 E. Oakland Park Blvd., FI. Lauderdale 33334. (305) 56 1-1 716. ILLINOIS: Show-15th Annual Midwestern Wood Carvers, Nov. 2-3. Exposition Hall, 200 South Belt East, Belleville. Don Lougeay, (6 18) 233-5970. Show-Woodworking World-The Chicago, OCI. 25-27. O'Hare Expo Center, Exhibit Hall E, Rosemont. INDIANA: ClaSS-Hardwood lumber grading, instructor, Dwight Lineberry, Nov. 4-8. Holiday Inn, US 23 1 South, Jasper. Contact Galen Wright, Southern Indiana Purdue Agricultural Center, R.R." I, Dubois, 47527. (812) 678-340 1. IOWA: Exhibition-4th Annual, Nov. 22-23. Old Brick, Market SI. and Clinton, Iowa Ciry. Contact the Wood Artisan's Guild, PO Box 2863, Iowa Ciry, 52244. (319) 643-2692. Oct. 18-Dec. 21. Thomas Moser Cabinetmakers showroom, 415 Cumberland Ave., Portland. Contact Jon Clowes, Clowes Woodworking, RFD"3, Waldoboro, 04572. (207) 832-5 191. ShOWS-Maple Hill Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland, 04 101. Contact Lou Kimball, (207) 775-3822. MAI MARYLA ND: }urled exhibition-20th Anniversary Maryland Crafts Council, Jan. 12-Feb. 28. Courtyard Galleries, Baltimore City Hall, Baltimore. awards. Contact Nancy Press, Maryland Crafts Council Biennial, 6206 Lincoln Avenue, Baltimore, 21209. (30 1) 358-7743. Exhibltlon-"Designed and Made for Use," American Craft Museum, beginning January 1986. Contact "Designed and Made for Use," American Craft Museum, 45 West 45 St., New York, N.Y., 10036. Contact Susan Harkavy, (2 12) 869-9425. S I MASSACHlfSETTS: Wor shops/fair-Extensive k 120 Fine Woodworking ,000 in NE: }urled exhibition-Maine Woodwork '85, IFORNIA.: Workshops/classes-Numerous sub· schedule. Calendar from Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, 01 566. 6th Annual, traditional crafts, Nov. 2-3. Contact Frank G. White, (617) 347-3362, Exl. 236. Wor The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusens Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497- 11 36. Exhibition-W ood k en puzzles, Ste Oct. 31. Worcester Library, Salem Square, Worcester. Contact Penny Johnson, (617) 799-1660 or Joseph lemire, (617) 757-2 124 for schedule. Show-Small Expressions: Two Centuries of Little Furniture, through Jan. 1986. Essex Institute, 132 Essex St., Salem. Contact Sally Miller NBSS, (61 7) 227-01 55. }urled show-Contemporary ClaSSics, Oct. 15-Nov. 16. Sociery of wart (6 17) 266-1810. Show-Turned wood, both functional and sculptural, Todd Hoyer, Oct. 28-Nov. 23. Ten Arrow Gallery, 10 Arrow St., Cambridge, 021 38. (6 17) 876-11 17. Lecture-Chair construction, Michael Dunbar, Nov. 16. Woodcraft Supply Corp., 41 Atlantic Ave., PO Box 4000, Woburn. (617) 935-5860. Workshops-Numerous subjects, SePI. 17-Dec. 18. Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusens Ave., Cambridge, 02140. (6 17) 497- 11 36. Arts MICHIGAN: }urled show-Michigan Woodworkers Guild 5th Annual, Oct. 24-27. Somerset Mall, Troy. Contact Gregg Cornell, (517) 546-3688. MINNESOTA: Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (6 12) 822-3338. Workshops-Numerous subjects, Sept. 21 -Nov. 26. Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Avenue S., Minneapolis, 55408. (612) 822-3338. MISSO working, Nov. 2. Sponsored by Midwest W sociation. Gerald Jones, 311 Cumberland Rd., Columbia, 65203. URI Ram : Show-3rd Annual Excellence in Wood orkers As- ada Inn, 170 and 63 , Columbia. Contact oodw NEVADA: }urled show-KNPR Craftworks, Oct. 2627. Reed Whipple Center, 821 N. NEW HAMPSHIRE: }urled Exh bition-Rocking chairs, functional and decorative, Nov. 3-Dec. I. North River Designs, PO Box 274, Northwood, 03261. (603) 942-8 184. Lasi NEW JERSEY: Hoadley, Oct. 26. Brookdale Communiry College, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. For information, contact Dr. Gabriel L. Longo, (201) 842-1 900. Lecture-The Impact of Crafts, Alan Lazarus, Lazarus Furniture Design, Oct. 17. Montclair Art Museum, 3 South Mountain Ave, Montclair. Contact Cathy Comins, (20 1) 744-5065. Exhibition-Furniture designers '85, Richard Kagen, Peter Korn, Jack Larimour, Josh Markel and more, through Dec. 15. The Noyes Museum, Lily Lake Rd., Oceanville, 0823 1. (609) 652-8848. Se minar-Technolo gy NEW MEXICO: Wor sho ries, Sept. 14-Jan. II . For locations contact Albuquerque Woodworkers Association, PO Box 40407, Albuquerque, 87196. Contact William Pike, (505) 2654077. NEW YORK: }urled ex ibition-Crafts: National, through Nov. 15. Upton Hall Gallery, State Universiry College at Buffalo. Contact Chairperson, Design Department, S.U.C.B., 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, 14222. (716) 878-6032. Workshops-Handtool, Nov. 9-10; make your own shoji screen, Nov. 23-24, Robert Meadow. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246-5207. k psh NORTH Oct. 20-26. Location Greensboro. Contact Riverbend Timber Framing, Inc., PO Box 26, Blissfield, Mich., 49228. (5 17) 486-4566. Workshops-Woodcarving/tool sharpening, Clarence Ewing; woodworking ax handles, Delbert Greear, Nov. 3- 16; woodcarving, Hal McClure, Nov. 17-23. John C. Campbell Folk School, Rt. I, Brasstown, 28902. (704) 837-2775. Show-Woodworking World-The Carolina, Nov. 15-17. Chari one Civic Center, Charlone. CAR OHIO: }urled show American Contemporary Works - in Wood, through Oct. 20. Contact American Contemporary Works in Wood, PO Box 747, Athens. Dick Mul- Classes/demonstratlons/workshops-Wood finishing, furniture restoration, veneering. marquetry, caning, Allen E. Fitchen. For fall schedule contact Constantines of New York, 2050 Eastchester Rd., Bronx, 10461. (2 12) 792- 1600. OLINA: Class-Timber framing course, ONTARIO: Show-Christmas Craft, one of a kind, Nov. 1985. Automotive Building, Exhibition Place, Toronto. Contact The Canadian Craft Show, 2 St. Clair Ave. East, Suite 202, Toronto, M4T 2T5. (4 16) 960-3680. Exhibit-Branching Out, furniture by students and faculry of Sheridan School of Craft and Design, Nov. 7Dec. 1. Public Library and Art Gallery, 65 Queen St. E., Brampton. Contact Shirley Morriss, 453-2444. BRITISH COLlfMBIA.: }urled e rations in Wood, McPherson '86, May 5-30. Early entry encouraged. Contact Vancouver Island Woodworkers Guild, PO Box 6584, Station C, Vicroria, V8P 5N7 or George Dufour, (604) 386-7527. xhi bition-ExploFall/early winter seof wood, Bruce Vegas Blvd. TE XAS: }urled exhibition-Annual and Crafts, 175 Newbury St., Boston. shops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact T. Coffin, through ligan or Linda Comeaux, (6 14) 592-4981. Exhibition-National Furniture Invitational, through Nov. 10. Sylvia Ullman American Crafts, 13010 Larchmere-Woodland, Cleveland, 44 120. (216) 231-2008. Demonstration/lectureS-Including marquetry, adhesives, wooden clocks, violin construction, bowmaking, hand tool sh Renaissance Wood Tool Co., 1313 Old River Rd., Cleveland. (216) 621-9663 Wor Woodworkers' Store, 2500 East Main St., Bexley, 43209. (614) 822-3338. k Se i VE PENNSYLVANIA: }urled exhibition-Luckenbach Mill Gallery, 459 Old York Rd., Bethlehem, through Oct. 27. Contact janet Goloub, Historic Bethlehem, Inc., 501 Main St., Bethlehem, 18018. (2 15) 691-5300. Classes/demonstrations-Basic wood joinery, October. Hand and power tools, Nov. 9, Dec. 7. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, York. (717) 755-8884. Exhibition-Wharton Esherick, sculpture, furniture, utensils, daily. The Wharton Esherick Museum, PO Box 595, Paoli, 1930 I. (2 15) 644-5822. TENNESSEE: }urled show Political Statements, re- flections of social, political, economic and environmental concerns to artists, jan. 26-Feb. 18. Entry deadline Dec. 12. Vanderbilt Universiry's Sarran Gallery, 402 Sarran, Vanderbilt Universiry, Nashville, 37240. Contact Joel Logiudice, (615) 322-2471. }urled exh through Dec. 7. Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, Gatlinburg. Contact Debbie Johnson, (615) 436-5860. m nar-JOinery, chairmaking, Sam Maloof, Nov. 1-3. l t ongOing exhibit. The American Precision Museum, Windsor. (802) 674-5781. RM VIRGINIA: ShOW-11th Annual Woodcarving, "Artistry in Wood," Nov. 30-Dec. I. Marymount College, Glebe Rd. & Old Dominion Dr., Arlington. Contact Charles Schafer, 70 14 Murray Lane, Annandale, 22003. (703) 256-2779. Fair-10th Annual Richmond Craft, Nov. 8- 10. Richmond Arena, Richmond. Contact Ann Vazquez, Hand Workshop, 1001 East Clay St., Richmond, 232 19. (804) 649-0674. }urled show-1985 Handcrafts, Oct. 25-27. Radisson Hotel, 601 Main St., Lynchburg. (804) 846-845 1. Show-2nd Annual International Creative Marquetry, through Oct. 27. Virginia Wesleyan College, Norfolk. Contact ICMS, 1501 Mill Dam Rd., Virginia Beach, 23454. (804) 481-4567. Semlnars-Hands-on instructions carving decorative decoy, Oct. 25-27, Nov. 15-17. P. C. English Enterprises, Inc., 906 Lafayene Blvd., PO Box 7937, FrederiCksburg, 22404. (703) 37 1-1 306. WASHINGTON: Show-5th Annual Northwest Carvers Woodcarving, Nov. 9-10. Western Washington Fairground, Expo Hall, 9th and Meridian, Puyallup. Contact E. Gosnell, 115 Del Monte Ave., Fircrest, 98466. (206) 564-3278. WorkshopS-Numerous subjects, Sept. 21-Dec. II . Woodworkers' Store, Stone Way N., Seanle, 98103. (206) 634-3222. Workshops/seminars/demonstratlons-Making and retempering tools, Oct. 19; Inca owner's seminar, Oct. 26; power tool workshop, Nov. 2 and Dec. 28; Inca demonstration, Nov. 9 and Dec. 14; sharpening workshop, Nov. 12; router techniques, Nov. 16; imported tools, Robert Larson, Nov. 23; local artists in wood, Nov. 30, Dec. 7 and 21. The Wooden Boat Shop, 1007 NE Boat St., Seattle, 98105. (206) 634-3600. National Hardwood Lumber Association Headquarters, 6830 Raleigh-laGrange, MemphiS. Contact Bill Cockroft, (90 1) 452-9663. April 3- 13. Entry deadline Nov. 15. For location and details contact Barbara Meryko, The Houston Festival, 1964 W. Gray, Suite 227, Houston 77019. (7 13) 5210993. Arts and C raft廬 ONT: Exhibition-Rare tools and machines, , bl lon-Woodturning: Vision and Concept, arpe shops-Numerous subjects, Sept. 5-Nov. 22. ning, woodturning, through Ocl. 19.
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