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Fine Woodworking : NOV/DEC 1987 (67)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lee· tures, 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 cur· rent 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 Olivos Adult Center, 28th St., Phoenix. Contact Bill Senior, (602) 246-8245. ARJ ZONA: zona Assoc. of Fine Woodworkers, Nov. 8, 12-4 CALIFORNIA: Workshop-Woodworking tech· niques, Fine Woodworkers N. G St., Ponerville, 93257. (209) 781-4074. Workshop/classes-Ornamental traditional wood· carving. Contact Dave Wbillock, 2800 20th St., San Francisco, 941 10. (4 15) 550-01 16. Worksho ps- Art Carp佄 nter, Nov. 6-8. Sponsored by San Joa· Contact Mark Webster, advanced, traditional Woodworking for women, beginners and furni tools. Contact Debby Zito, 103 Wool St., San Francisco, 94 110. (4 15) 648-6861. Workshops-Traditional Japanese woodworking classes. Shoji screen, Tansu chest, joinery and hand· shaping. Contact Hida Tool Pablo Ave., Berkeley, 94702. (4 15) 524-3700. Fair-8th annual Christmas Wood Fair, Dec. 5-6. Gifts handcrafted from wood. Contact Janice Slife, Ganahl Lumber, Box 31, Anaheim, 92805. (714) 772-5444. Jurled show-4th annual exhibition of contemporary crafts, during San Francisco Winter Design Market Week, Jan. 24-31. Baulines Craftsman's Guild, Schoon· maker POint, Sausalito, 94965. (41 5) 331-8520. Show/sale-4th Contemporary Crafts Market, featuring 200 craftsmen, Oct. 31-Nov. 1. Santa Monica Civic Audi· torium. 11 A.M.-6 P.M. Assoc. & 12 free. Contact Christine Anderson, (213) 829-2724. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, sup· plies, tools; workshops and seminars, Dec. 4-6. Admi Woodworkers Assoc al Exhi Ans Alley," S. Norwalk. Contact BCC, Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Exhi & bition-Wooden clock sculptures by Catherine Bloom, Nov. 14-Dec. 31. Free. Brookfield Craft Center, 127 Washington St., S. Norwalk. (203) 853-6155. DELAW mington Manor Lion's Club Memorial Hall, 227 S. Dupont Highway (Rte. 13), New Castle. Catalog: $1 2. Contact Bates ARE 118 : Auction-Antique tools, Nov. 7. WiI· sin, DE 19707. (2 15) 777-0501. & DISTRICT OF COLVMBIA: Show-"Masters of Ceremony," Jewish ceremonial pieces by contemporary designers, thru Jan. 31. B'nai B'rith K1utznick Museum, Washington. Contact B'nai B'rith International, 1640 Rhode Island Ave., N.W., Washington, 20036. (202) 857-6536. FLORIDA: Jurled show-4th annual Rain Barrel Woodcrafters Exhibition, Jan. 16-17. Contact The Rain Barrel, 86700 Overseas Hwy., Islamorada, Florida Keys, Brown, Inc., R.D.3, Box 159, Hockes· 7100 or 998-6733. COLO Colorado woodworkers, Nov. 28-Jan. 10. Pioneers' Mu· seum, Colorado Springs. Contact the Woodworkers Guild, Box 9594, Colorado Springs, 80932. (303) 634-4683. RAD CONNECTICUT: Workshop- ing in the small shop, Bob Green, Nov. 7-8. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, 286 Wbisconier Rd., Brookfield, 06804. (203)775-4526. Jurled show-52nd annual juried exhibition of the So· ciety of Connecticut Craftsmen, Nov. 7-Dec. 4. New· space Gallery, Manchester Community College, 60 Bid· well St. Contact SCC, Box 615, Hartford, 06142. (203) 423-5532. Jurled show/sale-9th annual holiday exhibition Prod sale, all fine crafts. Contact Holiday Exposition, Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203)453-6237. Holiday sale-Annual Brookfield Craft Center sale, Nov. 27-Dec. 24. "Four comers" intersection of Rtes. 7 & 25, Brookfield; 127 Washington St., "Brookfield uction wood work· ssion: '2.50; children under geles County Fairgrounds, 1101 W. McKinley Ave., Po· mona. Contact "The Woodworking Show," Marketing/ Assoc. Services, Inc., (2 13) 477-8521. Show/demonstrations-National "Working with Wood" Show, Nov. 21-22. Anaheim Convention Cen· ter, Pacific Room. Free seminars, tools, machinery, hardware, wood, kits, etc. Admission: '5. Booth space available. Contact ].0. Productions, 467 Saratoga Ave., Suite 110, San Jose, 95129. (408) 973-0447. Los bition-7th annual show of the Orange County ., Nov. 14-Dec. 5. Anaheim Cultur· Center, 93 1 N. Harbor Blvd. Contact (714) 526O:Juried show-3rd annual exhibition by An· MINNESOTA: Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis. (612) 822-3338. Classes/Seminars-Woodcarving, woodturning, tool sharpening. Write for schedule. The Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 554 16. (612) 927-7491. MISSO workers worker's Guild, Nov. 12-Nov. 21. Union Hill lery, 3013 Main St., Exhi Dann on Nov. 14, 11 A.M.-3 P.M. Call (816) 561-3020. Kans mory, 701 E. Ash St., Columbia. Contact Gary Straub or y Robens at Box 7093, Columbia, 65201. bltIon-3rd annual show of the VRI Exhi : Assoc. show/sale, Nov. 7. National Guard Ar· as City. Reception to be held Kans佄禣 Ans NEBRASKA: Exhibition-Contemporary furniture by Michael Herres, thtu Oct. 29. Museum, 2200 Dodge St., Omaha. Contact (402) NEW HAMPSHIRE: Auction-Listed antique City Wood Gal· · bition-5th annual Midwest Wood· Hardware Co., 1333 San turemaking, focus on hand Exhi 1, and so on. bition-5th annual show of the Ari· PM. Los CIasses-oose MARYLAN 1; craf佄禣 the Bost ton. MA Cast佄 33036. (305) 852-3084. Jurled show/sale-25th annual Coconut Grove Festival, Feb. 13-15, 1988. Outdoor festival; 350 ex· hibitors. Contact Coconut Grove 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233. ILLINOIS: Exhibition-17th annual Midwestern Wood 200 South Belt East, Belleville. Dealer/exhibitor space available. Contact Don Lougeay, 1830 East 0 St., Belle· ville, 62221. (618) 233-5970. Exhlbltlon-"Tuning the Wood," a display of the works of Illinois luthiers. University Museum, Carbon· dale, thru Nov. 8; Illinois State Museum, Springfield, Nov. 21-Jan. 10. Contact Terry Suhre, Illinois State Mu· seum, Springfield, 62706. (217) 782-7386. "Understanding the Propenies Carv Wood" with master restorer/cabinetmaker Dudley Greeley, Nov. 10-Dec. 15. Field Museum of Natural History, R & SSACHVSE TT on. Proceeds Craft fair-18th annual fair at Worcester Center for Crafts, May 20-22. Slide deadline: Feb. 14. Application fee: '15. Call or write for application packet: Craft Fair Registrar, Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (617) 753-8183. Arlm佄禣s to S: Craft fair-2nd annual "Crafts at e," Dec. 11-13. Park Plaza Castle, Arlington benefit Family ion: '5. Contact (617) 523-6400, Serv佄 ce of Greater ext. B0s St., 504. velt Rd. at Lake Shore Dr., Chicago. Tu· ition: '50 members, .60 non·members. Contact Educa· tion Dept., (312) 322-8854. Annual meeting-IllinOiS Woodworking Teachers' As· soc., Nov. 6. III. State University, Circus Room, Univer· sity Union, Normal. 8 A.M. Contact Greg Tuftie, 14909 Terrace Lane, Midlothian, 60445. (815) 371-9297. D: Jurled shows-12th annual autumn festival, Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaith· ersburg, Nov. 20-22; 10th annual winter crafts festival, Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaithersburg, Dec. 11-13. Send three stamps (66') for postage to: Sugar· loaf Mtn. Works, 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. ers Show, Nov. 7-8. Belle·Clair Expo Hall, Ans Festival, Box Ans Qualities of Art, Art CAR NORTH A Folk legal SASE to High Country Crafters, Inc., 29 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-0072. Workshops-Wildlife carvings, Nov. 3; turning be· tween centers, Nov. 5; faceplate turning, Nov. 10; reo lief carving, Nov. 12; wooden toy projects, Nov. 17; finishing I, Nov. 19; finishing II, Nov. 24; finishing III, Dec. 1. The Woodworkers' Store, 2500 E. Main St., Co· lumbus, 43209. (614) 231-0061. OREGON: Wood lery, World Forestry Center, 4033 S.W. Canyon Rd., Ponland, 97221. (503) 228-1 367. Show-Annual fall woodworking show, Siskiyou Wood· craft Guild, Nov. 27-29. Shakespeare Great Hall, Main St., Ashland. Contact Tom Phillips, SWG, 60 5th St., Ashland, 97520. (503) 482-4829. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, sup· plies, tools; workshops and seminars, Nov. 13-15. Me· morial Coliseum Complex, 1401 N. Wbeeler St., Pon· land. Contact "The W Assoc Exhi craftsman'S tools, Oct. 24. Auction Bam, Danfonhs Four Comers, Hillsboro. Contact "Your Country Auc· tioneer," Hillsboro 03244. (603) 478-5723. & NEW JERSEY: Show/semlnars-"Woodworking World," Nov. 13-15. Hyatt Cherry Hili, Cherry Hill, N.J. Machines, tools, supplies, local craftsmen, demos, seminars, door prizes. Contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, N.H. 03264. (603) 536-3768. NEW MEXICO: WorkshopS-Shaping Wood, Mi· chael Mocho, Nov. 14; Router Techniques, Nicholas Claus, Dec. 12. Sponsored by the Albuquerque Wood· workers' Assoc. Contact A.W.A., (505) 296-5939. NEW YORK: Workshop-japanese hand tools, Rob· en Meadow, Nov. 7-8, 21-22. The Luthierie, 2449 W. Saugenies Rd., Saugenies, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Worksho p-F urniture finishing Perry, Nov. 24-Jan. 19 (8 sessions) . Tuition: $100. Y.W.C.A. Craft Students League, 610 Lexington Ave. at 53rd, N.Y.C. Contact (212) 735-9732. Workshops-Veneering, woodcarving, furniture reo pair, marquetry, woodfinishing, other topicS, Jan. thru April. Constantine's, 2050 Eastchester Rd., Bronx. 2day workshops, Sat. or mid·week. Fee: ben Constantine & Exhi Fine Woodworking Invltational-"Function & Son., (212) 792-1600. whimsical to sophisticated, thru Nov. 7. Carlyn Gallery, 1145 Madison Ave., N.Y.C., 10028. (212) 879-0003. bition-Selections from the permanent collection, & Show/semlnars-"Woodworking World," Nov. 6-8. New York State Fairgrounds, Syracuse. Machines, tools, & 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; .1 .50 students seniors. (2 12)956'3535. VIRGINIA: Jurled show-12th annual craft show, Nov. 20-22. Richmond Convention Centre. Contact • O. 1 Contact Al· Fantasy," works in wood, refinishing, Susan iation Services, Inc., (800) 826-8257; in Calif. (213) 477-8521. oodw Box 982, San Marcos, rican Assn. of Woodturners, ITOS Show, 78667. Show/sale-11th annual Philadelphia Craft Show, Nov. 5-8. 103rd Engineers' Armory, 33rd St. (just nonh of Market), Philadelphia. Philadelphia Museum of TX (215) 787-5431. Workshop-Master w public workshop, Oct. 24-25. Fee: $145. Contact Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, R.D."3, Box 547A, Betty Washington Rd., York, 17402. (717) 755-8884. Show/worksho ps-" 15. Hyatt Cherry Hill, Cherry Hill, N.]. Machines, tools, supplies, local craftsmen, demos, seminars, door prizes. Admission '5. Contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, N.H. 03264. (603) 536-3768. oodf佄 An, Adm Woodw TENNESSEE: Jurled show-Spotlight '87, thru Dec. 12. American Craft Council Southeast Region Assembly, AnowmOnt Gallery. Contact Arrowmont School of & Crafts, Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. TEXA S: Jurled fair-Annual Crafts Houston International Festival, April 9-17. Application deadline: Dec. 15. Space also available at three open·air markets. Prospectus available from Barbara Metyko, Houston International Festival, 2 Houston Center, 909 Fannin, Suite 890, Houston, 77010. (713) 654-8808. & Ans Exposition, VERMONT: Exhibition/sale-Exhibit and sales space available in year·round open market for crafts and antiques. Kennedy Brothers Marketplace. Contact Win Grant, Kennedy Bros., 11 Main St., Ver· gennes, 05491. (802) 877-2975. Workshop-Professional.level splint basketry, John McGuire, Nov. 16. Vermont State Craft Center at Frog Hollow, Middlebury, 05753. (802) 388-3 177. Ans arts, nisher George Frank's last orking World," Nov. 13Cam p Public Relations Dept., PENNSYL VANIA: Jurled show-Contemporary crafts, thru Nov. 1. Luckenbach Mill Gallery, Bethle· hem. Contact Janet Goloub, Historic Bethlehem Inc., 501 Main, Bethlehem, 18018. (215) 691-5300. Jurled show-International Turned Object Show (ITOS); eligible objects include sculpture, bowls, vessels, functional and non·utilitarian produc· tion items, miniatures, architectural forms, etc. 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. II , 1987. Send legal SASE to Ame furn佄 ture, orking Show,': Marketing! S.W. Canyon 231-1643. Harriso St., Lewi佄禣char佄禣oodw & Exhi Oct. nlan & OHIO: Workshops-W March. Contact Ri n ' Cabinetry workers, Rd., bitio nsPo bition-Annual show, Guild of 23-25. World Fo d. Contact rest佄禣 Ed Center, 4033 Mattson, (503) Ore. Numerous shows, exhibitions. The Gal· orking, Earl Ric Mill Co., 410 W. urg, 45338. (513) 962-4788. hard佄 , thru supplies, local craftsmen, demos, seminars, door prizes. Admission: '5. Contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, N.H. 03264. (603) 536-3768. OLINA: ExhibltIon-"Young America: History," .thru Jan. 3. The Mint Museum of Charlotte. A major loan exhibit organized by the Museum of American Folk Art and supponed by ffiM. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. So., New York, N.Y. 10016. (212) 481-3080. Show/sale-2nd annual Rutherford Country Wood· workers Club fine wood furniture show, Nov. 7-8. Courthouse Annex, Rutherfordton. Contact Marvin Overcash, Fernwood Dr., Rutherfordton, 28139. (704) 286-9375. Show/semln Nov. 1. Charlotte Convention Center. Machines, tools, supplies, local craftsmen, demos, seminars, door prizes. Admission: '5. Contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, N.H. 03264. (603) 536-3768. Jurled show-14th annual High Country Christmas an craft show, Nov. 27-29, Asheville Civic Center. Send ars"Woodworking World," Oct. 30ission: '5. Contact
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