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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1987 (66)
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 be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline for events to be held in March or April is january for july and August, it's May 1, Sept. 19-27. Gallery B, The Market Place, 11 121 N. Rodney mon Watts, Sept. 26-0ct. 3. Contact National Maritime Museum 94 129. CALIFORNIA: Worksho Parham Rd., little Rock, 72212. (501)221-0266. Assoc ExhI carving. Contact Dave Whillock, 2800 20th St., San FranciSCO, 94 110. (4 15) 550-0 116. Jurled show-4th annual exhibition of contemporary crafts, Jan 24-31. Slide deadline: Oct. 19. Entry fee: S 15; exhibition fee: '50-S80. For prospectus, send SASE to Baulines Craftsman's Guild, D88, Schoonmaker Point, Sausalito, 94965. (4 15) 331-8520. bition/sale-2nd annual Valencia ., 12-13. The Craftsmen, Nov. 7-Dcc. 4. Newspace Gallery, Manchester Community College. Slide deadline: Sept. 11. Entry fee: '15. Contact S.CC, Box 615, H Jurled sale, ov. 7-Dec. 23. Slide deadline: Sept. 15. Send SASE to Holiday ExpoSition, Box 589, Guilford, 06437. s how/sale-9th annual holiday exhibition - artf DIST. OF COLUMBIA: ecture-Tage Frid, Sept. 20. Smithsonian nstirute. Contact Mogul Gallery, 1905 19th SI. N.W., Washington, 20009. (202) 328-8222. L FLORIDA: Jurled how/ a e-25th annual Coconut Grove Ans Festival, Feb. 13-15, 1988. Outdoor show. Slide deadline: Sept. 15. Fees: s Guild show, Bob Gleason, (808) 966-8943. ILLINOIS: Ex Se products, equipment and machinery. DuQUOin State Fairgrounds. Contact M. Malinauskas, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, 6290 I. (6 18) 536-775 1. Exhlbltion-3rd annual American Craft Exposition, Sept. 10-13. To benefit Evanston/Glenbrook hospitals. Henry Crown Spons Pavilion, Nonhwestern University, Evanston. AdmiSSion, '6. Contact B. Traeger, Evanston Hospital, EvanstOn, 6020 I. (3 12) 492-4718. Show/sale-2nd annual Chicago International New An Forms Exposition, Sept. 18-21. "Design for living." opening night benefit, Sept. 1 7. Contact Margie Korshak Associates, Inc. (3 12) 75 1-2 12 l. Exhibition-17th annual Midwestern Wood Carvers po 106 s l Contact CG.A.F., Box 330757, Cocon HA WAIl: Show-2nd annual Big Island Woodworkers SiO ut pt. 8-30. Wailoa Center, Hilo. Contact -Woodland Expo, Oct. 2-3; forestry jury, S200 space. Grove, 33233. ord, 06142. & Festival, Sept. 13. Valencia Meadows Park, 2567 1 Fedala Rd. Booth fee: 130. Contact Karen Grant N. San Fernando Rd., Newhall. (805) 259-1750. Exhlbltlon/demonstratlons-Tri-Valley Chapter of the Calif. Arts & , fee: S6/carver, SI8/vendor. Contact L. Finigan, 587 South N St., livermore, 94550. (4 15) 447-3 186. Fair-8th annual Christmas Wood Fair, Dec. 5-6. Application deadline: Oct. 31. Contact Jartice Slife, Ganahl lumber, Box 31, Anaheim, 92805. (7 14) 772-5444. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; workshops and seminars, Sept. 25-27. Del Mar Fairgrounds. Contact The Woodworking Show, Marketing/Assoc. Services. (2 13) 477-852 1. Carv Barn, ers Guild annual wood 3000 Pac with Drew langsner, Sept. 26-0ct. 3. Contact Peter Haney, Box 58 1, Fon Collins 80522. (303) 224-3324. Jurled show-3rd annual exhibition by Colorado woodworkers, Nov. 28-Jan. 10. Pioneers' Museum, Colo. Sprgs. Contact the Woodworkers Guild of Colo. Sprgs., Box 9594, Colo. Sprgs., 80932. (303) 634-4683. COLORADO: Worksho pCONNECTICUT: Wor Klauzs, Oct. 3-4; veneer inlaying, Tom Duffy, Oct. lOII; solid woodworking, Josh Markel, Oct. 24-25; production woodworking in the small shop, Bob Green, Nov. 7-8. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203)775-4526. Jurled show-The Doll Show, Oct. 4-24. All media. Contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 221, Guilford, 06437. Jurled show ks 52nd annual show of the Soci ety of Conn. hops-Hand joinery, Frank Greenwood chairmaking carving show, Sept. ific Ave., livermore. Table 24 107 Sports pBuild a petaluma with SiBldg. 275, Brissy Field, San Francisco, traditional woodl and so on. Space available. Contact J.D. Productions, 467 Ave., Suite 11 0, San Jose, Calif. 951 29. (408) 973-0447. ARKANSAS: Exhibit/Sa Admi Sara 1; ARIZONA: Show/sale-"Working with Wood," Oct. ssion: '5. 16-18. Centinal Hall, Mesa. Seminars, exhibit/sale of tools, machinery, hardware, wood, kits. toga e-Turned wood objects, Show, Nov. 7-8. Belle-Clair Expo Hall, 200 South Belt East, Belleville. Space available. Comact Don lougeay, 1830 East D St., Belleville, 62221. (6 18) 233-5970. ExhIbltion- of Illinois luthiers. University Museum, ' Arts Tuning the Wood 28-Nov. 8. Contact T. Suhre, Illinois State Museum, Springfield, 62706. (2 17) 782-7386. Carb INDIANA: Juded show-Madison Chaut u ua of the , Sept. 26-27. Contact M. Madison, 47250. Show/demoos 23-25. Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis. Tuols, machinery, hardware, wood, kits. Admb,ion: $5. Space available. Contact t Cr.ms Festival, MARYLAND: Jurled show -11th Suite 110, San Jose, Calif. 95129. (408) 973-0447. KENTUCKY: S turners, Oct. 1-3. exington Center, lexington. Demos, lectures, woodtu 982 1, San Marcos, 78667. (5 12) 396-8689. m thru Sept. 20. St., eominster, 01453. (617) 537-1805. Wo Duxbury, 0233 1. (617) 934-6634 . Seminar/workshop-Woodcarving, Benoi Deschenes, Oct. 10-12. onheast Ictropolitan Regional Vocational School, Wake MASSACHUSETTS: Art kshops Woodwo king, Dan D ollelle, Sept. 29Nov. 24; wo king in solid wood, Jush Mark l , Oct. Comact Horizons, 374 Old Momague Rd., Amher>! Complex Museum 189 Alden St ., E.." 01002. (4 13) 549-484 1. Show-2nd annual fine wood furnitu ll. r r Sept. 30. Contemporary work. ContaCt ancy Dean, Salmon Falls AniSrulS Showroom, Box 176, Shelburne Falls, 01 370. (4 13) 625-9833. - Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; workshops and seminars, Oct. 30-;\uv. I. Michigan Fairgrounds, Detroit. Contact The Woudworking Show, Marketing/Assoc. Services. (800) 826-8257. Ann MINNESOTA: Worksho shon course, Sept. 14-18. University of Minn. , St. Paul campus. lectures, demos, hands-on. p- neapolis Auditorium. Comact The Woodworking Shuw, Services. (800) 826-8257. ks sharpening. The Wood Caring Sehuol, 3056 Excelsior Blvd. , '\linneapolis, 55416. (612) 9.27-749 1. MISSO v workers Assoc. show/sa URI: Exhibition-5th annual Midwest Wood- mory, 701 E. Ash St., Columbia. Comact Gary Straub or D;ulIlY Roberts, Box 7093, le o , Nov. 7. ing World," Oct. 23-25. Big E. SeminaD, demonS�ltiotlS, exhibit/sale. Comact Woodworking NEW HAMPSHIRE: Ex ere Columbia, po- Oct. 22-24. Montclair State College and Ke:Ol College. DemOnStrdtions by Sam Maloof, Oct. 22, 510. Open meeting, lectures, panel discussiun, Oct. 23-2·1, '40 (includes 2 meals). Contact N.). State Cuuncil on the 65201. 6th annu:d "W ood ica, Box 706, Plymouth, 03264. (603) 536-3876. NEW JERSEY: C nf nc roUler Assoc e- M " aki querque Woodworkers' Assoc. One-day seminars thru year end. Relief carving, building a table, shapi techniques. Contact A.W.A., (505) 296-5939. s- vanced, Maurice Frase ings, , 180. Y.W.C ton Ave. at 53rd, N.Y.C Contact (2 12) 755-4500. Workshops-Small projects, Luthierie, 2449 West Saugenies A. r, Sept. Craft Studems' league, 610 lexing- (9 14) 246-5207. E.. -dll ewel j rganr O Fine Woodworking bltion-An Nou St., New York, 10 128. (2 12) 860-6868. Free de bition Service. Contact m n at o str ized by the Smithsonian Jru,titution Traveling Exhiooper- Ie y, prints ;Old decorative objec n: C lon- Ia ing dovetails, Sept. 17 .\ k l \\ l ts i t .\Iu,eum, .2 E. 91st & 28-Jan. Ja Rd., panese hand tools. The Saugerties, 12477. au Bing, thru Oct. II . Fumituce, by Siegfried Bing. NEW YORK: ClasseS-Woodworking, be l n g wood, gil ler to ad15. DJ)>; or evenng . workof North Amer- 109 W. State St., Tremon, 08625. (609) 292-6130. NEW MEXICO: Workshop COlmections," Arts, Sponsored by the AlbuNatiunal Guard Arwoodturning, toul tersen, 202 Kaufen ab., University of �linn., 2004 FolC well Ave., 5t. Paul, 55 108. (6 12) 624-.H07. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; wor hops and seminars, Oct. 16-18. Min10th annual kiln drying omact Harlan Per MICHIGAN: Juded show/s le- th annual cxhibition of the Michig'.ill Woodworkcrs' Guild, Oct. 2 1 a 7 Somerset Mall, 280 I W. Big Beaver, Troy. Carving, turning, cabinetmaking, millwork. Contact Pat 7802, Arbor, 48107. (313) 348-1993. Bc :O I -2 5. lgcr, Ilox fi r hlbltlo -Shaker furniture, eld. Com act Maria n , r la e lOe shuw, thru y po ).0. Oct. 16-18; 12th ;lI1I1ual autumn cr.ms fcstival, Momgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaithe Productions, 467 Saratoga Ave., m sium crs' �lde show. Contact A.A.W.T., Ilox Mary land State Fairgrowlds, Timonium, - A ri an Assoc. s me c am1U 10th rumual wimer crafts feslival, Momgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaithersburg, Dec. 11 -13. Send three SLamPS (66<) for postage to: Sugarloaf MU1. Works, 20251 Century Blvd., GermantO\,"u, 20874. (301) 540-0900. rs burg, Nov. 20-22; al Maryland of Woodratio osC .A., 111 9 W. Main St , a q "Working with Wood," Oct. ," a display of the works ndale, Sept. Sept. 21. Comact Y.W.C.A. Craft Studems' league, 610 lexington Ave., NYC. (2 12) 755-4500. Jurled show-1987 imernationa Juded show-Woodstoek-New Paltz fall An, Contact De,igtl Dcp show, Sept. 5-7. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Quail Holluw Events, Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679-8087 or 246-34 14. Juded show S ta te College. Sponsored by tate University of New York. cnt, Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo, 14222 (716) 878-6032. Juded show tact J. levine, Box 582, Rye, \0580. (914) 967-0700. Jurled show-The Guild American Crafts Awards. Slide deadline: Sept. 30. Entry fcc: , 15. Kraus Sikes Inc., 150 W. 25th St., N.Y.C. , 10001. (212) 242-3730. - -Ans & dian summer an & cr OHIO: Show- ndian Summer Festival, Sept. 18-20. All media. Washington County Fairgrounds, Marietta. Contact Tanya Wilder, (614) 373-8027. Show/workshopS-W ood I Is, workshops and scminars, Sept . 11-13. Cindnnati COllvemion Clf. Cuntact The W ood i es. (800) 826-8257. t oo Goy, 141 West keting/ Juded how- omem Oct. 18. Contact Southeastern Ohio Cul Ilox 747, Dairy lane, AthellS, 45701. (6 14) 592-4981. Jurled Sept. 18-20. W hington County I.SACF., Ilox 266, Manetta, 45750. Assoc s s 231-16-13. Annual Can . Se how Indian OREGON: Exh bition Woodworkers, S.W. ety, Sept. 11-1,1. Beachwood gathering, mynlewood factor)' tour, sawmill dbpIa)>; uf member; work. Comaet Swede Pearson, 6957 N. �Ion Conference-Western region conference, Timber Framers Guild of Nonh America, Nov. 6-8. Timberline lodge, Mt. Hood. m t ng ta yon Rd. , Ponland. Contact Ed Mattson, - ee i P rk Box 5153, lancaster, 1760 I. Juded a 13. Mellon Park, Pillsburgh. Contact Cr An & Cr s ho luckenbd h Mill Gallery. Comact Historic Bethlehem w Inc., 501 Main, Bethlehem, 18018. (2 15) 691 -5300. Jurled of Pitt.>burgh, Box 10128, Pittsburgh, 15232. Juricd show-ComcmporM)' of the I'A Guild of Cr.utsmen, Oct. 1-25. Market House Craft Center Gallery. Send SASE to John Ground, Market House '87 Gallery, Box 552, Lancaster, 17603. Jurled show s c ho -Spon,ored by Conestoga Valley Chapter w - (ITOS). Co-sponsored by the American Assn. of Woodturners, the Society of Philadelphia Woodworkers and the City of Philadelphia. Show will open in Oct. '88; international tour planned. Slide deadline: Nov. 11, 1987. Send legal SASE to American Assn. of Woodturners, lTOS Show, Box 982, San Marcos, Show-"Yor 26-27. York College. Contact Etta Murray, 87 1 Satellite Dr., York, 17402. Show/workshops-Woodworking machine karv - sembly, Arrowmom Gallery. Contact Arrowmont School of Convention & Assoc Clf. Dec. Show, Markcting/ Art.> & Crafts. V ie ference & Ex w Wor um Arts & Annual Conference, Oct. 14-17. &ks tions, lectures, CIC. C S how/ orkshop Woodwo king ar d program of seminars, demonstraontact Sandra Blain, ACC-SE Con- hibItion Coordinator, Arrowmont School, IJux 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. plies, tools; "orkshops and seminars, Sept. VIlle Cunvellliun Clf. Contact The Woodworking Show, .\larketing /A!i TEXAS: tiUl 13.lS S 5-7. Cou,halle Ranch, Bellville. Sponsored by the Te xa.> Woodc:m'ers Guild. Coutact Paula Devereaux, 2.2� II Grcenbrook, Houston, 77073. Amigos soc. Services. (800) 826-8257. E.x.쀁 blt o i n Ilcr;hcy Hote , demos, \\ o Annual meeting-loSl, Corpus Christl. Technical prcscnta()dworking tr.tde show, exhibits. ConL,ct -Texa s Woodcarvers Del Me sq Fai r , ept. uite, Sept . 11r supNashAr Am Craf hop/eonfere ts , IJox 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. The Market," American Craft Council Southeast rowmont School of nc e-"Craft in the 80s: The Medierican Craft Coun ci ers" woodcarving & decoy show, Sept. tools; workshops and seminars, Oct . 23-25. Pittsburgh Expo lX ty . Serviecs. (800) 826-8257. TENNESSEE: Jurled show-Spotlight '87, Oct. I 12. l Southeast Region AsS, supplics, Comact The Woodworking 711667. craf O(.�. I na, Ponland, 97217. (503) 289-1974. - Keene, 03·01. (603) 357- 1 706. PENNSYL VAN.lA: Jurled show- C onta t T.F.G.N.A., Box 1046, c aft Festival, Sept. 5-7. Contact9 th annual Long's loP.A.C.F., 18th annual Fair in the Park, Sept. 11.utsmen's Guild ts, Oct . 3-Nm·. 1. a nd logging-show tour, auction, Crv c as works in wood, Sept. 19Clf., 23-25. World Forcstry Center, Summer Arts & -Ann tural Arts Crafts Festival, Contact 373-8027. ual show, Guild of Oregon (503) 4033 International Wood Collectors Socipo,.uy working machinery, supplies, working Show, Mar- NORTH CAROLINA: Juded shows-9th annual InAsheville; 4th annual High Country an aft show, Oct. 1-3, Asheville Mall, show, Oct. 9-1 I, Mountain Hillbilly Crafts, Sealy Mm. Send legal SASE to High ountry Crafter;, Inc., 29 Haywood St., Asheville, 2880 I. (704) 254-0072. & craft arun crafts, Sept. 19. Rye An Clf. Con- Scar쀁㭨၀ raft C arts & tion, Sept. 9-28. Studio 54 vdilery, .Y.C. Contact Melfo Box 286, art & craft com tipe e, 10583. (9 14) 699-0969. crafts : Nationa.l ll, Sept. 9-0(.�. 8. Buffalo International Turned Object Show
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