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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1988 (70)
Events Listings of gallery shows, overlap when s must be noti fied printed shows) that are current with the months ture jurled workshops and exhibitions are free, We'll list January 1; for July and August, it's May 1, and so on. ALAB鐱銣㭨၀: months before the issue dale of deadline for events ConEerenc e/W to be held in March or to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. events (including entry deadlines for fu- majo鐱 craft fairs, lectures, on the cover of the magazine, with a little pace permits. We go to press well in adva鐱銣㭨၀ For example, the magazine and Apri thel is two orkshops-"Continuity & Innovation-American Craft: Southeast Meets Southwest," American Craft Council Southeast Region annoal conference, June 8-1 1. Features workshops and seminars in Tuscaloosa and Northport. Write Craig Nutt, conference coordinator, ACC-SE, c/o Kentuck Museum, Box 127, Northport, 35476. Jad ed exhibition-"Spotlight '88: SoutheastlSouthwest Crafts," June 2-July 1. Moody Gallery of Art, Univ. of Ala., Tuscaloosa. Contact Kentuck Museum, Box 127, Northport, 35476. (205) 333- 1 252. ALASKA: by the Alaska Creative Woodworkers Association for its members. For more information, write 2136 Alder Drive, Anchorage, 99508, or call (907) 278-2455. min for women, covering traditional joinery using hand tools, basic furniture construction and safe power tool use, June 27-July 1 or July 11-15. Maximum 7 women per class. Contact Debey Zito, 103 Wool St., San Francisco, 941 10. (415) 648-6861. Show-Kern River Carvers & Lake Isabella Woodcarvers' 1st annual woodcarving show, May 14-15. Kern County Fairgrounds. For details, contact Doug Lake, 1512 Club View Drive, Bakersfield, 93309 or call (805) 833-6315. Workshops-Traditional Japanese woodworking classes. ShOji screen, Tansu chest, joinery and hand-shaping. Contact Hida Tool & Hardware Co., 1333 San Pablo Ave., Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Jad ARKA鐱 CALI ed show-West Coast Woodworking open juried furniture show, July. Highlight Gallery. Send SASE for prospecllt,鐱 to Highlight Gallery, Box 1515, Mendocino, 95460,' o� call (707) 937-3132. COLO summer workshops, the 1988 furniture design symposium "Making a Living," and a weekend workshop with . Sam Maloof, June-August. Anderson Ranch RAD Box 589, Guilford, 06437, or contact Fernn Hubbard or Joyce Wright at (203) 453-5947. P.M. Kvitka, Stoney I..amar, Michael Peterson and Peter Petrochko, April 30-May 29. New work by David Ellsworth, June 4-26. Gallery hours: Thurs. Exhi Mendelson Gallery, Titus Square, Washington Depot, 06794. (203) 868-0307. Exhibition-"Container Exhibit," national juried craft exhibition, May 4-24. The Mill Gallery, Guilford. For more information, contact Guilford Handcrafts, Inc., Box 589, Guilford, 06437. (203) 453·5947. Workshops-I..amination by Jere OsgOOd, May 14-15; furniture construction by Robert March, Apr. 30-May 1; furniture design for alternative materials by Peter Handier, Apr. 23-24; and making a shoji screen by Toshio Odate, May 21-22. Brookfield Craft Center campus. For info. and/or catalog, write or call the Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. thru Sun. 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. DISTRICT OF COLllMBIA: Presentationlle For info., contact Mogul Gallery, 2114 R St., N.W., 20008. (202) 328·8222. Jad P.M. ed show-1988 Washington Craft Show, Apr. 22-24. Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constitution Ave., N.W. Featuring more than 100 artists; general admission 55. Contact Smithsonian Visitor Information and Reception Center at (202) 357-2700. Assoc iates' GEORGIA: Workshops-Making Shaker boxes, John Wilson, Apr. 22-23; making a block plane, John Wilson, Apr. 23-24; making a Windsor chair, Michael Dunbar, Free slide presentation and lecture by master woodwork· er Tage Frid, Apr. 24. Renwick Gallery from 3 ctur to 5 eP.M. bition-"Four Rising Stars" wood vessels by Dan 5263 Owl Creek Road, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Arts CONNECTlCllT: Jad position, July 14-16. Historic Guilford Green; 12 5 ed show-31st annual crafts exto For information, write Guilford Handcrafts Expo., P.M. O: Workshops-17 one- and two-week Center, SAS: Workshops-Furniture design and con- struction by Ken Burnett & Tony Bilello, May 16-20. Gallery B, 111 21 Rodney Parham Road, Little Rock, 72212. (501) 221-0266. FORNIA: Workshops-Woodworking workshops Workshops-Wilderness workshops; scribe- fit log construction, Mark Fritch, May 4-15, tuition 8325; building a sailing pram, Simon Watts, May 18-27, tuition $375. Harmony Point. Wilderness Lodge. For information, contact Harmony Point Lodge, Box 110, Seldovia, 99663. (907) 234- 7858. Se ars-A number of seminars and workshops offered but restricted Apr. 30; and getting the most out of your tablesaw, Brad Packard, May 7. Contact Highland Hardware, 1045 N. Highland Ave., Dept. F, Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. IDAHO: Juri ed show-20th annual "Art on the Green" festival, Aug. 5-7. Deadline for entries, July 21. For entry blanks, contact Citizens Council for the Coeur d'Alene, 83814. IL choff pram, Apr. 23-30. Contact Bruce Helmreich, RR#3, Quincy, 62301. (217) 434-8742. Jad Arts LIN OIS: Clas 3-5. Pioneer crafts of the pre-industrial era staged along Madison's historic river frontage on the banks of the Ohio. For more info., write 1119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. (812) 265-5080. Exhibition-"American Folk Art: Expressions of a New Spirit," Apr. 30-Jul. 5. Conner Prairie, Noblesville. Exhibition from the Museum of American Folk Art's permanent collection. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., NYC, NY 10016. (212) 481-3080. Show-Hand-Crafted Wood Furniture, Sept.'88. Chesterton Art Gallery. Slide deadline Jun. 30. Send SASE for more information to Marsha Dernkovich, Chesterton Art Gallery, Box 783, Chesterton, 46304. (219) 926-3041. INDIAN IOWA: Show-Holzfest '88, Aug. 20-21. Colony Village Restaurant, 1-80 Amana Exit 225; Sat. 9 10 must have at least 80% wood content. For information on Holzfest and also the Rural Crafts Fair arts and crafts sec· tion of the World Ag Expo, Sept. 7-10, write Holzfest, Box 193, Amana, 52203 (Administrator RC) or call (319) 622-3100; (319) 668-1223 (on event day). Jad A.M. to 5 P.M.; ed show-18th annual "Art in the Park," May 14-15. Four Square Park on Main Ave., Clinton. For more info., write the Clinton Art Assoc., Box 132, Clinton, 52732, or call Carol Glahn at (319) 259-8308. Show-13th Old-Time Country Music Contest & Festival and Pioneer Exposition of Pottawattamie County Fairgrounds. Exhibitors' deadline for open space is Aug. 15. For information and reservation forms, write Bob Everhart, director, 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs, 51501. Competition-22nd International Woodcarvers' Congress, June 23-26. Featured exhibitor will be one of China's most famous wood sculptors and painters, Ma Hai Feng. Putnam Museum. For info. on competing at the "Congress," seminars or Mr. Ma's exhibit, write A WC Ltd., Box 10408, Bettendorf, 52722, or call Larry Yudis at (319) 359-9684 (days} Classes-Various woodworking and leatherworking classes, April thru Aug. Vesterheim, Decorah. Contact the Norwegian-American Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decorah, 52101. (319) 382-9681. arts KAN 40508. (606) 252-3289. Symposium-Berea College Wood Symposia 1988. Wood turning/sharpening, May 26-28; joinery/finishing May 31-June 4. Cost: 5175 and 8200 respectively. Enroll· ment limited to 30. For registration info., contact James R. Hall, CPO 758, Berea, 40404. (606) 986-9341, ext. 5503 (office); (606) 986-8083 (home). P.M. The Unfinished Universe, 525 W. Short St., pects at 3 5 P.M. Lexi鐱 LOllIS tival, Sept. 21-23. Outdoor show, North Blvd., Baton Rouge. Booth fees: IAN A: Jad ed shOw-13th annual July 15. For prospectus, send SASE to River City Festivals Assoc., 427 Laurel St., Baton Rouge, 70801, or call (5P4) 344-3328 for more information. Show-FestForAll'88 and FestForAll Gallery Show, May 20-23. FestForAll will be held 5 Gina Castle, River City Festival P.M. to 9 P.M., classes, June 5-Sept. 2. For detailed course info., faculty and workshop listings and fee info., write Haystack Moun· tain Sehool of Crafts, Deer Isle, 04627-0087 or contact Howard M. Evans, director, at (207) 348-2306. ses-Post MAIN week design and build classes through Nov. For specific class dates and more information, contact Shelter institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. Clas MARYLAN 100 Fine Woodworking 8. D: Show-11th Annual Spring Crafts Festi- val, Apr. 29-30 & May 1. Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. For detailed information, send 66¢ to Deann beam building, Sept. 18-23, and 2- & 3- NEW HAMPSHIRE Exposition-II th Annual Pratt Summer Creative Arts Institute, June 26-July 19. Lincoln. For more info., write or call Leslie Abrams, chairperson, Creative lyn, NY, 11205. (718) 636-3428. NEW JERSEY: Show/ Arts Clas Therapy Dept., 200 Willoughby Ave., Brookses-Seaside Rendevous for gallery show at Baton Rouge Gallery in City reception 7 Assoc North Blvd.; opening May 21. For more info., contact ., at (504) 344-3328. E: Workshops-2- and 3-week summer craft fall crafts fesI 00-5 11 O. Application deadline is SAS: Jad ed show-Dimensions '88, 4th annual nat'l 3·dimensional art show, May 13-15. Outdoor show, Lenexa's Sar-Ko-Par Park. For information, contact William H. Nicks, Jr., show director, City of Lenexa, 12350 W. 87th St. Parkway, Lenexa, 66215. KENTllCKY: MeetinglExhibit-Kentucky Woodworkers Asso c. meeting, May 21. Windsor chairmaking asAnnual KWA exhibit,June 17-19. 10 A.M. to gton, and crafts, Aug. 31-Sept. 5. no admission. Exhibitors' product line A.M. to 8 P.M., Sun. s-Simon Watts' building the Herresed show-9th annual Fountain Square Arts Festival, Jun. 25-26. Outdoor show. For more information, contact the Evanston Chamber of Commerce, 807 Davis St., Evanston, 60201. (312) 328-1 500. , A: Show-Madison Heritage Days festival, June Box 90 I, Verdier, director, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. Jad to public. Applications require photos or slides. Call (301) 879-4404 or 939-3303, or write Box 174, Havre de Grace, 21078. A.M. to 5 P.M.; MASSACHllSETTS: Workshops-Cabinetmaking, Apr. 25-29; finish carpentry, May 9-13 & June 13-17; comprehensive housebuilding, May 16-June 3 & June 20July 8; timber formation and other workshop dates, contact He fram ing, July 11-15 & Aug. 15-19. For inood Owner-Builder School, Johnson Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. Jad artw ed exhibition-"The Craft of Containment: Vessels in All Media," July 22-Sept. 18. Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. 2 slides for each entry, maximum of 3 entries; 85 fee. Deadline: May II. Contact The Berkshire Museum, "The Craft of Containment," 39 South St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Craft fair-1988 American Craft Council (ACC) Craft Fair for wholesale buyers, June 21-23. Eastern states exposition. For more info., buyers may call the buyers-only phone at (800) 527-3844; in NY and outside the U.S., call (914) 255-0039 between 9 Workshops-"Woodbending: An Introduction to Working in Solid Wood," Apr. 27 A.M. Crafts for details: Village Market Place, Hyannis, 0260 I, (617) 771-4499; Dock Square, North St., Boston, 02109, (617) 227-4885; and The Mall at Chestnut Hill, Chestnut Hill, 02167, (617) 332-7749. Jad thru ed show-3rd annual Crafts at the Castle, Dec. 2-4. Park Plaza Castle, Boston. Application deadline: May 16; fees: 5300-8350; application fee: SI5. Contact Andrea Brown, Family Service of Greater Boston, 34'h Beacon St., Boston, 02108. (617) 523-6400, ext. 505. Show/Workshop-9th annual miniature show and sale, Aug. 21; workshops, Aug. 20 from 10 details and advance registration, send SASE (business) to Cape Cod Miniature Society, Box 691, Hyannis, 02601. Workshop-Wood identification workshop by Dr. R. Bruce Hoadley, June 7-10. Cost: 5235; registrations accepted until class of 20 is filled. Univ. of Mass.l A.M. Craft fair-18th annual, May 20-22. Worcester Center for Crafts. Contact Craft Fair Registrar, Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (617) 753-8183. Amh Workshops/se Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 02140. (617) 497-1136. Jad min ars-Numerous events. Contact The ed show-"Art at Work," handmade furniture for the office. Slides due May 15; entry fee of Sl5. Send up to 6 slides, fee and SASE to The Society of Arts and Crafts, 175 Newbury Street, Boston, 021 16. (617) 266, 1810. MICHIGAN: Exhibition-"An Art of Deception: American Wildfowl Decoys," May 15-July 9. Midland County Historical SoCiety, Midland. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., NYC, NY 10016. (212) 481·3080. Jad ed shOW-Woodworking '88, Oct. 27-30. Applica· tion deadline: July I. For application, write Somerset Mall, 2801 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy, 48084. (313) 643-6360. west Woodcarving Exhibition, July 25-30. Blue Earth. For info., contact Harley Sehmitgen, 311 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Workshops/se MiN workers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, 55408. (612) 822-3338. Ciasses/Seminars-Woodcarving, woodturning, tool sharpening. Write for schedule. The Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. min tor; Valerie Miller, education director; or Albert LeCoff, director of the Wood Turning Center, at (215) 844-0151. P.M. MONTANA: Festival-Western Montana College industrial Arts Department's Annual Festival of Arts and Industry, Apr. 29-30. Includes cabinetmaking, woodcarving and woodturning; 9 Montana College, Dillon, 59725. (406) 683-7011. A.M. to 7 P.M. Contact Western For more info., contact Barbara Jedda, gallery directhru Fri. 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. and Sat. 10 A.M. MISSOllRI: Show-Works Off The Lathe: Old and New Faces '88, July 100Aug. 16. Craft Alliance Gallery, St. Louis. Tues. 5 ars-Numerous events. The WoodNESOTA: Jad ed show-6th annual Upper Midto 5 P.M. For info.lregistration, contact Trudie Goodchild, Div. of Continuing Ed., Goodell Bldg.-Room 608, Univ. of Mass., erst, 01003. (413) 545-2484. Amh erst. For and 5 6-week summer sessions for high· school students. Contact Horizons: The New England Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Road, Amherst, 01002. (413) 549-4841. Exhibitions-"Massachusetts Craftspeople," a series of multi-media exhibitions and studio workshops, Jan. 19 June 30. Contact Signature, Fine Art & American & P.M. EST. 28. Intensive 3- and ed show-25th annual Havre de Grace Art Show, Aug. 20-21. Tydings Memorial Park, 10 free to
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