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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1988 (70)
Events (colltinued) Woodcarvers, June 20-24. Handcarving instructors include Joan & Jim Seiben, Harry Shourds, Anthony Hillman & Elmer E. Jumper; 5125 for each carver (excluding materials). Convention Hall on the boar Contact Elmer E. Jumper, 142 DiMarco Drive, Philadelphia, PA, 19154. (215) 637-8128. Show-8th annual South Jersey Wood June 4-5. Wheaton Village, Millville. 10 info., contact Jack Raleigh, ch Cinnaminson, 08077. (609) 829-8731. Show-Annual Gallery Focus: Mary Lou Higgins-Recent Work, June II-July 9. Sheila Nussbaum Gallery, 358 Millburn Ave., Millburn. Open Tues. and Thurs. 10 airm (201) 467- 1720. NEW YO '88, July 2-4, Aug. 12-14. Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua institution. Application and slides deadline: May 1; application fee: 55; 4 slides of each merlia entered. For application, send SASE to Gale Sv RK Festival '88, Box 89, Mayville, 14757. Juried show-1988 I.A.C. Annual International Art and Craft Competition, including wood and furniture. Deadline: May 26. Winners will be exhibited in two Soho, NYC galleries, Aug. 4-25. For applications, write I.A.C., Dept. PRR, Box 245, Eastchester, 10709. (914) 699-0969. Exhibitioll-Architectural Art: enso lationship, May 12-Sept. 4. American Craft Museum, NY. Admission: 53.50 adults; Tues. 10 Sun. 10 fice for special events at (212) 956-3535. American Craft Museum, 40 W. 53rd St., New York, 10019. Juried show-New Paltz arts & crafts A.M_ to 5 P_M . Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679-8087, 246-3414. Workahops-Hand-tool workshops by Robert Meadow, Apr. 9-10, 23-24; May 7-8, 21-22. Cover Japanese tools, sbarpening techniques, joinery, UNY furni turemaking, instru- mentmaking. The Luthierie, 2449 W. Saugerties Road, Saugenies, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Juried show-The Lilac Art Show, May 14-15. Highland Park, Rochester. Show, sale and demos. Contact Greater Rochester, 335 E. Main St., Suite 200, Rochester, 14604. (716) 546-5602. Juried show-12th Annual American Crafts Festival, July 2-3, 9-10. Lincoln Center, NYC. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern For Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Montclair, N]. (201) 746-0091. Juried show-5th Annual Autumn Crafts Festival, Aug .. 20-21, 27-28, Sept. 3-5. Lincoln Center, Fordham Univ. Plaza, NYc. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern For Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Montclair, NJ. (201) 746-0091. Arts Exhi˽ Carv tions, sculpture and drawings in wood and painted canvas by Basha Ruth Nelson, May 17-June 5. Contact the Noho Gallery, 168 Mercer St., NYC, 10012. (212) 473-9619. NORTH Exhi 7547 or 254-0070. Juried show-13th annual "Highland Heritage Art & Craft Show," June 16--19. Asheville Mall. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 19 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-7547 or 254-0070. Craf˽ techniques by Leo Doyle, Apr. 25-May 13. For detailed information on courses and scholarship opportunities, write Registrar, Penland School, Penland, 28765, or call (704) 765-2359. aa. O Watts, June 25-July 2. Marietta. For more information, contact James Stephens, 425 Mulberry St., Marietta, 45750. (614) 374-6997. Workshop-Spray finishing technology workshop, May 9-13. Technical Training Center of the DeVilbiss Co., World Headquaners, Toledo. Contact Judy Jennings at (419) 372-2439 or write her at the College of TechnolBowling Green State Univ., Bowling Green, 43403. g exhibit, May 14-15. aa. ogy, Show-The Great Lakes wood 44313. (216) 864-0784. O ing show, July 8-10. KenSington Galleria shopping mall, 71 st and S. Lewis, Tulsa. Sponsored by the Eastern Okla. KLAH MA O Brooklyn Recreational Center. For exhibition information, contact Ed Katzenmeyer, 116 carv˽ꆚ Good hue Drive, Akron, : Show-12th annual national woodcarv- pair, June 13-18. Sponsored by Bowling Green State Univ. & Ornamental Products Tool & Supply Co., Cleveland. Contact BGSU, Dept. of Technology Systems at (419) 372-2439. HI O: Workahop- quipment Maintenance and ReE s-Building the Chamberlin Dory-Skiff by Simon ses-Woodworking with a strong emphasis on design classes in II th annual summer program, June For details, contact Drew Lang CAR LIN O A: Workshops-5- and 6-day-long August. sner, Country Workshops, tbru 90 Mill Creek Road, Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. Juried show-"NC Showcase of Visual Art," May 20-22. Raleigh Civic Center. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country ers, 19 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254- itioll- II th Annual Wood ty Fair Grounds, Hamburg. Carving Arts 7-8. Free admission, non-juried, by the Southtowns Wood ers of Western NY. Creative Exhi Building, Erie Counbitioll-"Joseph's Coat: IIII Stripes," construcbition, May For & Sept. 3-5. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Holiday crafts fair at Old Westbury, Jul. 2-4. Ambrose Clark Estate, S fair˽, College at Old WestbUry. Contact Scott & May 28-30 . Contacl the Museum Education of- Affirm A.M. to 8 P.M., Wed. ing the Design Retbru A.M. to 8 P.M_ For more information, call tbru Sat. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. : Juried show-Chautauqua Crafts Festival n, director, Chautauqua Crafts an, 716 Wood Lane, dwal˽ꆚ A.M. P.M. Cape May. Carvers Show, to 5 R O For sa, Woodcarvers Assoc. For more inforination, contact Tom Ferguson, show chairman, 3421 S. 95th East Ave., Tul74145. (918) 627-5169. GON: Workshops-Four Sunday woodworking seminars, Mar. 28-June 4. IO-week cl RE 97225. (503) 297-5544. Exhibitioll-"An Art of Deception: American Wildfowl Decoys," July 9-Sept. 2. Portland Art Museum, Portland. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., NYC, NY, 10016. (212) 481-3080. Exhibitiolls-Numerous shows, exhibitions. The Gallery, World Forestry Center, 4033 S.W. Canyon Road, Ponland, 97221. (503) 228-1 367. AIlS PB Inn Resort; 10 Arts NN SYLV Festival, June 25-26. On the grounds of the Shawnee to 6 free. For more info., contact Penn. DeSigner-Craftsmen, Box 718, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Workshops-Numerous workshops in all craft media, June thru Aug. Contact Pioneer Crafts Council, Box 2141, Uniontown, 15401. (412) 438-2811. Juried Show-2nd Annual Studio Days-Design '88, quality design in ANIA A.M Springs. Juried by 5 slides; application needs to be postmarked by June 20; fee 510. Contact the Chester Springs StudiO, Box 374, Chester Springs, 19425. (215) 827-7277. Se all . Apr. 30 & May 1; women in wood millars Nov. 10-13. Armory in W. Philadelphia. Application deadline: May I. Requires 5 slides; boo and 5500 (corner). Contact Women's Committee of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Box 7646, Philadelphia, 19101-7646. (215) 787-5448. Coll1'erellc:elFair-Timber Framer's Guild of NA. 4th annual conference & trade - For information, write Box 1046, Keene, NH 03431 or call (603) 357- 1706. Show-"Symposium 88-A national exposition of stringed musical instrument making and repair," June 9-12. RegiStration deadline: May 30. The Morris for the Arts, Lafayette College, Easton. fair, application requests, send SASE c/o Dick Boak & Susan Ellis, symposium coordinators, 14 S. Broad St., 18064. (215) 759-7)00 (evenings). aa.s eslShow-Realistic bird carving, June 20-24; relief woodcarving, July 4-8; woodcarving in the round, July 11-15; 4th annual woodcarving show, July 9-10. Sawmill Center for the For brochure, write Sawmill Center for the Arts, Box 6, Cooksburg, 16217. Workshops-Basic woodturning with Palmer Sharpless, May 6--8; birdcarving with Bill and Grace White, May 13-15. For info., contact The PA Guild of Craftsmen, Box 820, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Exhibitioll-Wharton Esherick Museum, sculpture, furniture, utensils from 1920-1970, daily. For reservations or directions, write or call The Wharton Esherick Museum, Box 595, Paoli, 19301. (215) 644-5822. Arts , SOU can Luthiers' 11 th national convention/exhibition, June 16--19. Featuring lectures, demos, and exhibitons of handmade instruments and sale of instrumentmaking wood. Univ. of South Dakota in Vermillion. Contact, Guild of American Luthiers, 8222 South Park, Tacoma, WA 98408. (206) 472-7853. TH AK D OTA: Exhi TBNNBSSBB: Classes-l- and 2-week wood workshops, June 6-Aug. 8. For information or a summer brochure, write Arrowmont School of 567, Gatlinburg, 37738. (615) 436-5860. Demonstratio Arts over and Rude Osolnik, May 7-8. Contact East Tenn. Woodworkers' Guild, Dan Duncan, Box 5282, Knoxville, 37918. (61 5) 922-9627. Juried show-M Arts Festival, April 22-24. Open to individuals and those representing woodworking schools. Contact the Dogwood Arts Festival, 203 Fort Hill Bldg., Knoxville, 37915. (615) 637-4561. nIW as UT hibition, Celebration '47, Apr. I4-May 6. Braithwaite Gallery, S. Utah State Coli. Cedar City Art Committee, Iron County School District, Box 879, Cedar City, 84720. AH VE tions, retail gallery info., craft instruction programs, classes and workshops, write Vermont State Craft Center at Frog Hollow, Middlebury, 05753. (802) 388-3177. Exhibition/sale-Exhibit and sales space available in year-round open market for arts, crafts and antiques. Ken- RM NT O : Exhibitiolls-For listing of special exhibi: Juried show-47th annual multi-media art exter furnituremakers show, Dogwood orkshop-Woodtu rning, Ernie Con102 Fine Woodworking bition-The Guild of AmeriCook Forest State Park, Cooksburg. All R Williams Center inquiries and azareth, WISCONSIN: Festival-6th Annual Festival of Crafts, June 18-26. Sponsored by Center for Craftsmanship, Univ. of Wisc.-Stout, Menomonie. For info., contact ancy Blake or Jim Bjornerud, 245 Tech Wing, Jarvis Hall, UWStout, Menomonie, 54751. (715) 232- 1102 or 962-3062. katchewan Woodworkers' Guild's 10th armual exhibition of fine works. Sedco Centre, Innovation Place, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Admission: free. Contact Denis Murphy, show coordinator, (306) 477-0158 (evenings). Show-Craft Focus 3 slide competition of craft works in media. Deadline for receipt of entries, June 15. Open CANAD and Crafts, Box to' all members of the Ontario Crafts Council in Canada and non-members living in Ontario. For entry forms and details, contact Ontario Crafts Council, 346 Dundas St. W., Toronto, M5T IG5. (416) 977-3551. Exhibition-Woodworking exhibition, as well as a series of lectures/demos by Tage Frid, May 17-28. N.S. College of Art and Design, Anna Leonowens Gallery. For information, contact Valda A. Kemp, Atlantic Woodworkers' Assoc., Box 3501, Halifax, NS, B3J 3J2. Workshops-1987-88 workshop series. Mixed media & business topiCS. Contact Anne Fox, New Brunswick Craft School, Ecole d'Artisanat du N-B, Box C!P6000, Fredericton, N.B., E3B 5HI. (506) 453-2305. Exhibitioll-"Summer Celebration '88," a mixed merlia of fine Canadian crafts, including songbird wood carvings by Joanne Mallen, June 23-Sept. 7. Heritage Crafts, Sheridan Mews, 182- 186 King St. W., Brockville, Ont., K6v 5Y4. (613) 342-2521. all BUROPB: Trip-Timber-framers' tour, sponsored by Mafell N. America Inc., tentatively scheduled for June. For information, contact Mafell N.A., Inc., Box 363, Lockport, NY 14094. (716) 434-5574. IT ALY: Study tour-Seminar on Italian furniture with George Frank, Oct. 12-26. Visits to craft, art and restoration centers of Milan, Verona, Florence and Rome; and seminars on the artistic Renaissance furniture made in the Tuscany craft centers. For details, write Eva F Beneva Rd., S aras˽ SW Gottlieb Brandli, Sept. 6--20. Departs from Boston, New York or Chicago; 52,600 per person. For details, call (800) 521-7623 (outside N.H'). The Image Group, 1575 Logan St., Clearwater, FL, 34615. (813) 447-3050. ITZERLAN ta, FL, 34232. (813) 923-3377. rank˽ 3504 D: Tour-Woodworking tour hosted by A: Show-Wood '88, May 28-June 5. The SasJune 9-12. Elizabethtown. -Drew Langsner, building a ladder-back chair, working, May 7; Toshio O'Date, hands-on shoji screen, May 13-15; basketmaking with Martha Weatherbee, May 21-22; antique finish with Prew Savoy, June 4; and flOishing and refinishing with Bess Naylor, June 18. Olde Mill Cabinet Shoppe, York. Contact Bess Naylor at (717) 755-8884. Workshops-Numerous workshops, exhibits and shows through Dec. 4. For information, contact Penn. Guild of Craftsmen, Box 820, Richboro, 18954. (215) 860-0731. Juried show 12th Annual Philadelphia Craft Show, th fees of 5400 (inside) P.M.; adults 53, children under 12 : Juried show-Pocono Crafts and shon courses also available. For more info., write Oregon School of asses and numerous & Crafts, 8245 S.W. Barnes Road, Ponland, nedy Brothers Marketplace. Contact Win Grant, Kennedy Bros., 11 Main St., Vergennes, 05491. (802) 877-2975. Show, Nov. 19-22. Richmond Centre for Conventions and Exhibitions. Application fee: 510; slides due June 1. For more info. and/or application forms, call or write the Hand Workshop, 1812 W. Main St., Richmond, 23220. (804) 353-0094. VIR W HINGTON: Se nar with luthier Richard Schneider for interested guitarmakers, Aug. 6--14. Write Todd Bryant, Lost Mountain Center for the Guitar, Box 44, Carlsborg, 98324. Semillars-Artistic & traditional turning, sharpening, design. Group sessions last Sat. of each month; private sessions by appt. The International School of Wood AS min turning, crafts. Chester Springs Studio, Chester Seattle. Contact Shawn Christman for brochure or to sign up, 647 S. Alaska St., Seattle, 98108. (206) 587-5354. Symposium-Woodcarvers' symposium featuring workshops, artisan action & works for sale, June 24-26. The Methow Valley, Washington State. For application, write the Methow Arts Alliance, Box 723, Twist, 98856. Contact Dick Ewing (509) 996-2098 or Richard Wrangle (509) 997-0071. WorkshopS/Show-Quick and simple plywood pram, June 13-18 & Aug. 1-5; Maine guide canoe, July 11-23; lapstrake boatbuilding the "Lawley Tender," Aug. 20-27. Also, Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival, July 2-4. Contact The Center for Wooden Boats, 1010 Valley St., Seattle, 98109. (206) 382-BOAT. Workshop/Seminar-A number of workshops and seminars offered throughout the year. Paints and finishes, May 7; caulked and canvas decks, May 21; spar making, June 4. For information, contact Northwest School of Wooden 'Boatbuilding, 251 Otto St., Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-4948. Show-"Chairs," a gathering of NW-style seating by local deSigner/craftsmen, May 5-28; "Creations in Precious Materials," by Emmett Day, June 2-26. Northwest Gallery, 202 First Ave. S., Seattle, 98104. (206) 625-05452. WorkshopS/demollstratiolls-Tools-In-Action series, free, every Saturday, 10 sharpening, other w Shop, 1007 N.E. Boat St., Seattle, 98105. (206) 634-3600. WBST VIRGINIA: E oodw Boatbuilding, woodcarving, orking topics. The Wooden Boat A.M and seminar by traditional furniture makers on making a living in the woodworking field, June 25-August 21. Seminar on June 25, 12 Ellis, Stifel Fine Arts Center, 1330 National Road, Wheeling, 26003. (304) 242-7700. Workshops-Augusta Heritage Arts Workshops, July 10Aug. 12. For info., write Augusta Heritage Center, Davis & Elkins College, Elkins, 26241-3996. (304) 636- 1903. xhi P_M. to 3 bi . P.M.; ti 83 fee. Contact John oll-Exhibition of work ar-Annual Kasha Design semiGINIA: Juried show-13th annual Richmond Craft
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