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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1987 (64)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We'll list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the months printed on the cover of the magazine, with a little overlap when space permits. We go to press two months before the issue date of the magazine and must for july and August, it's May 1, and so on. NSAS: Show-Arkansas Ozarks arts, crafts and of the Redwoods, 440 Alger St., Ft. Bragg, 95437. (707) 964-7056. Workshops-Woodworking for women, beginners and advanced, traditional furnituremaking, focus on handtools. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool St., San Francisco, 94 11 0. (4 15) 648-6861. ShOW-Woodworking, machinery & furniture supply fair, June 16-19. Anaheim Convention Center. Contact Diane Stone, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8521. }uried show-Sonoma County Woodworkers Assn. presents Artistry in Wood, May 3-31. Hand G Main & First Sts., Occidental. Weekend demonstrations. Free. Contact John Shipstad, SCWA, Box 4124, Santa Rosa, 95402. (707) 874-2161. }urled show-American Craft Council's Pacific States crafts fair, Aug. 5-9. Piers 2 & 3, Fort Mason Ctr., Bay & u.guna Sts., San Francisco. For trade only, Aug. 5-6; open to public, Aug. 7-9. General admission: S4. ter summer program. Frid, Hucker, Kopf, Maloof, Maruyama, Peters and more. Contact Peter Korn, A.R.A.C. Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. }uried show-4th annual "Art of Crafts" sale and juried exhibition, July 16-19. Denver Art Museum, 100 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver, 80204. Contact Lora Witt, CONNECTICUT: Exhibition-30th annual Guilford Handcrafts Expo, July 16-18. Guilford Green, Guilford. Hours: 12-9 daily. Admission: S2. Children under 12 free. Contact Guilford Handcrafts Ctr., 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5948. ShOW-Featuring the works of 100 artists and craftspeople, May 3-23. Mill Gallery, Guilford Handcrafts Ctr., 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. In celebration of the Guilford Handcrafts Expo's 30th anniversary. (203) 453-5947. Seminar-Wood finishing, Pat Devine, April 26. The Fine Tool Shops, 20 Backus Ave., Danbuty, 06810. (203) 797-0772. ARKA CAL oodw w. RAD well in advance_ For example, the deadline for events to be COLO held in March or April is january 1; be oods (303) 575-5929. DE LAW Holiday Inn, Dover. Contact Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, RD·3, Box 547-A, York, PA 17402. (717) 755-8884. DIS Washington craft show, Apr. 24-26. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave. N.W., Washington, 20036. (202) 357-2700. IDAHO: }ur/ed show-19th annual "Art on the Green," July 30-Aug. 2; outdoor show. North Idaho College campus. Entry deadline: July 23. For entry blanks, contact Citizens Council for the Arts, Box 90 I, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. TRIARE equipment and machinery. DuQUOin State Fair Grounds, DuQUOin. Exhibitors should apply by July 1. Contact Marie Malinauskas, Div. of Continuing Education, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 62901. (618) 536-775 1. Exhlbltion-"Tuning the Wood," a display of the works of Illinois luthiers. State of Illinois Art Gallery, Illinois Center, Chicago, May 26-July 3; Dickson Mounds Museum, Lewistown, Aug. 2-Sept. 13; University Museum, Carbondale, Sept. 28-Nov. 8; Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Nov. 21-Jan. 10. Contact Terry Suhre, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, 62706. (217) 782-7386. po- ILLINOIS: }uried show-8th annual Fountain Square artS festival, June 27-28; outdoor show. Contact Evanston Chamber of Commerce, 807 Davis St., Evanston, 60201. (312) 328-1 500. Seminars-Routers, May 11-12; finishing, May 13-14; tablesaws, May 15-16; hand-tool woodworking, May 18-20; basic cabinetmaking, May 21-23. Write Program Registration, College of Continuing Education, Adams Hall, Rm. 131, Northern Illinois Univ., DeKalb, 6011 5. (815) 753-1454. Ex Woodland Expo, Oct. 2-3; forestry products, CT OF COLUMBIA: }uried exhibltlon- country antiques festival, May 1-3. Exhibitor space available. Contact Arkansas Ozarks Promotions, Box 1041, Bentonville, 72712. IFORNIA: Workshops-Beginning & intermedi- ate carving, Robert Fowler, June 15-26; tools & techniques, with James Krenov's staff, July 27-Aug. 21. Contact the fine w orking program of the College : Seminar-Inca demonstration, May 9. O: Workshops-Anderson Ranch Arts CenGallery, notified Exhibition-Wood mosaic portraits by Tom Robinson, May 24-June 15. NAB Gallery, 331 S. Peoria, Chicago, 60607. (3 12) 733-0886. Workshops-Furniture conservation, Mervin Martin, Aug. 3-7; conservation of gilt wood, Deborah Bigelow, July 7-10; conservation of transparent coatings, Gregory u.ndry, July 13-17; veneers, veneering & surface decoration, Robert Walker, July 6-10; furniture conservation & treatment, James Wermuth, July 6-10. S75/ course. Campbell Ctr. for Historic Preservation Studies, Box 66, Mount Carroll, 61053. (815) 244-1173. INDIANA: Exhibition-Country Collections: A Gathering of Folk Artists and Craftsmen, May 30-31. The Breeding Farm (country roads 800 N. & 100 of Columbus. Sponsored by Bartholomew County Historical Society. Contact the Society at (812) 372-3541. }uried show-Madison Chautauqua of the Arts, Sept. 26-27. Slide deadline: June 15. Booth fee: S55-HOO. For application, send SASE to Madison Chautauqua of the Arts, 1119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. w.), MARYLAND: }uried shows-10th annual spring crafts festival, May 1-3, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. For information, send three stamps (66') for postage to Deann Verdier, Dir., Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. }uried show-Artscape '87, July 17-19. For information, send SASE to Crafts- & sale, Aug. 16. Sheraton Hyannis Banquet Hall, Rte. 132, Hyannis. 10-5. Admission: S2.50. Free parking. Contact Gordon Harris, Cape Cod Miniature Society, Box 1596, Orleans, 02653. (617) 255-3216. Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge. (617) 497-1136. Workshops-Spring woodworking workshops at Horizons. Woodbending thru lamination, John Tierney, April 25; mask making, David Holzapfel, April 26. Contact Jane Sinauer, New England Craft Program, Snow Farm, Hyde Hill Rd., Williamsburg, 01096-9710. Workshops-Finish carpentry, May 11-15. Heartwood Owner-Builder School, Johnson Rd., Washington, 01235. (4 13) 623-6677. WorkshopS-Sponsored by the Cape Cod Miniature Society, Aug. 15. Reservations required. For info, send SASE to Box 691, Hyannis, 02601. Summer c1asses-One- and three-week woodworking sessions for high school students. Contact Horizons, New England Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Rd., Amherst, 01002. (4 13) 549-484 1. MAI Exhi Exhi NE: 102 Fine Woodworking MICHIGAN: }uried show-28th annual national fine artS and crafts fair, July 22-25. Contact Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Box 1352, Ann Arbor, 48106. MINNESOTA: Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (612) 822-3338. Workshop/show-Woodturning workshop, Liam O'Neill, June 5-6. Also, woodturning show, June 1July 5; Grand Avenue Frame & Gallery. Contact Minnesota Woodturners Assn., Box 26065, Shoreview, 55126. Workshop/show-Relief carving, animal carving, caricatures, Aug. 9-15. Contact Villa Maria Wood Workshops, Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55437. NEVADA: Exhlbitlon/sale-3rd annual Miniature Clubs of Northern Nev. show & sale, May 30, 10-5; May 31, 11-5. Bally Grand Hotel, Reno. Contact Mary Shipp, (702) 826-2959. NEW HAMPSHIRE: Seminars/workshops-14th annual violin craftsmanship summer institute, June 8-: Aug. 21. University of New Hampshire, Durham. Bow visory Committee on Art and Culture (MACAC) , 21 South Eutaw St., Baltimore, 21201. (301) 396-4575. MASSACHUSETTS: Exhibition-Worcester Craft Center's 17th annual craft fair, May 15-17. Contact Craft Fair Registrar, Worcester Craft Center, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (617) 753-8183. Exhibition-New England crafts, July 10-12. Hancock Shaker Village, Rte. 20, Box 898, Pittsfield, 01 202. Admission to fair includes entrance to village; S6 adults, S2 children, S5.50 students and seniors, H5 family. Contact Joan Clemons, (413) 443-0188. Artsᐰ䕒 bition-8th annual doll house and miniature show pe '87, c/o Mayor's Ad- IOWA: Exhibltlon-Holzfest '87, Aug. 15-16. Colony Village Restaurant, Amana. Demonstrations, wood ·exhibits, craft show, woodchoppers' ball, entertainment. Free. Contact Personalized Wood Products, Inc., Box 193, Amana, 52203. KENTUCKY: Symposlum-Woodturning, joinery, sharpening; Jim Hall, Ersal Kindel, Sanford Hill; June 11-13. Contact Sanford Hill, CPO 802, Berea College, Berea, 40404. (606)986-9341, ext. 5504. bition-2nd annual wildlife carving & art festival, Aug. 1-2. Samoset Resort, Rockport. Contact Dick Knotts, Maine Wildlife Woodcarvers Assn., 5 Hillcrest St., Waterville, 04901. (207) 873-2609. north making, bow/violin maintenance & repair, violin building & varnishing. Karl Roy, Hans Nebel, William Sal- chow, Arno ld Bone. Contact 1987 Violin Craftsmanship Institute at the University of New Hampshire, Div. of Continuing Education, 24 Rosemary u.ne, Durham, 03824. (603) 862-1088. NEW JERSEY: tion and sale, June 13-17, all media. Contact Craft Concepts, Jewish Community Center, 501 North Jerome Ave., Margate, 08402. Workshops-1987 summer wood program, Peters Valley. Wood technology, Bruce Hoadley, June 13-14; gifts, Bob Matern, June 20-21; how to make a Shoji, Toshio Odate, June 27-28; Shaker oval boxes, John Wilson, July 3-8; decorative sign carving, Terry Wolff, July 11-13; creating in wood, John Hart, July 16-19; handcut dovetails, David van Hoff, Aug. 1; classic carving, Michael DeNike, Aug. 6-9; spindle turning, David van Hoff, Aug. 12; making bowls and vessel, Bob Matern, Aug. 15-16; post and rung chairmaking, Peter Touhey, Aug. 20-25; bending wood, James Hutchinson, Aug. 29-31. Limited live-in accommodations. Contact Peters Valley Craft Ctr., u.yton, 07851. (20 1) 948-5200. Exhi NEW ME XI CO: Exhibition-Functional wood sculp- tures, Daniel Secor, July 12-25. Contemporary Craftsman Gallery, 100 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, 87501. (505) 988-1001. NEW YORK: Workshops-Small projects, Japanese hand tools. The Luthierie, 2449 West Saugerties Rd., Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Workshops-Woodworking and furniture design, Michael Fortune, July 20-Aug. 5; wood, Michael Fortune, Aug. 6-21. Elective or 3 credits. R1T Summer Sessions, Rochester Institute of Technology, One Lomb Memorial Dr., Box 9887, Rochester, 14623-0887 Workshop-Boatbuilding, Simon Watts, Aug. 8-15. Contact u.urie Rush, Thousand Islands Shipyard Museum, 750 Mary St., Clayton, 13624. (3 15) 686-4104. Seminars-Product liability, contracts, legal aspects of copyrighting, trademarks & licenSing, May 14; "homework" legislation with team from NYS Dept. of u.bor, May 15; labeling laws, May 26. Contact Office of Continuing Education, North Country Comm. College, Box 89, Saranac Lake, 12983. (518) 891-2915. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; workshops and seminars, May 1-3. Rockland County Community College Field House, 145 College Rd., Suffern. Contact Marketing/Assoc. Services, (800) 826-8257; in Calif. (213) 477-8521. Exhibition/sale-American crafts, May 1-3. 7th Regiment Armory, Park Ave., N.Y.C. Contact Carol Sedestrom, American Craft Enterprises, (914) 255-0039. Exhibitlon-Southtowns Woodcarvers 10th annual, May 2-3. Erie County Fairgrounds, Hamburg. Contact Bernie Schenk, (716) 632-5 149. Exhibition-Sculptural wood, Gam MenapacejFrank Sabatino, thru May 11. The Gallery at 15 Steps, Clinton Hall, 114 N. Cayuga, Ithaca, 14850. (607) 272-4902. Exhibition-1 1th annual American crafts festival, July 4, 5, 11, 12. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, N.Y.C. Contact American Concern for Artistry and CraftsmanShip, Box 650, Montclair, Exhibition-Selections from the permanent collection, thru Jan. 3, 1988. American Craft Museum, 40 W. 53rd St., N.Y.C. Sculptural and functional objects in wood, clay, metal, glass, fiber, mixed media dating from 1945. Tues. 10-8; Wed.-Sun., 10-5. Admission: '3.50 adults; SI.50 students & seniors. (21 2)956-3535. }ur/ed shows-Woodstock-New Paltz spring arts & crafts show, May 23-25; fall show, Sept. 5-7. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Scott & Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679-8087 or 246-34 14. }urled show-Crafts, July 3-5; Aug. 7-9. Slide deadline: May 1. Entry fee: S5. For application, send SASE to Gale Svenson, Chautauqua Crafts Festival, Box 89, Mayville, 14757. }uried show-Crafts: National II, Sept. 9-0ct. 8. Buffalo State College. Sponsored by State University of New York. Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Entry fee: S20 (maximum three entries) . Deadline: June 1. Contact Chair, Design Department, Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, 14222; (716) 878-6032. }urled show-Arts and crafts, Sept. 19. Rye Art Center. Contact Janet Levine, Rye Art Center, Box 582, Rye, 10580. (914) 967-0700. Auction-To benefit Museum of Folk Art, May 27. Christi's, Park Ave. & 59th St., N.Y.C. Contact Carolyn Cohen Zelikovic, (2 12) 481-3080. NJ, NORTH shows sponsored by High Country Crafters, Inc., 29 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. 12th annual Highland Heritage Art & Craft Show, June 11-13, Ashville; 4th annual High Country Art & Craft Show, July 3-5, Scaly Mtn.; 8th annual Summerfest Art & Craft Show, Aug. 14-16, Asheville Civic Center. Send legal SASE for more information. (704) 254-0072. Workshops-Greenwood chairmaking, Drew Langsner, July 27-31; Windsor chairmaking, Curtis Buchanan, Aug. 9-14; white oak basketry, 'Rachel Nash u.w, Aug. CAR OLINA: }uried shows-Series of juried 07042. bition-8th annual craft exhibi
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