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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1990 (82)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major emft fail's, lee, tures, workshOps and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers, We list events (including entry deadlines for futw'e juried shows) that are cur' !'ent with the time period indicated on the cover of the magazine, with overlap when space per, mits. We go to press three months befm'e 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 1; fm'july and August, it's May 1, and so on. AL Wood Southern Style, May 6-June 17. Fearuring work by Bob Trotman, Chad Voorhees, Lynn Bruce Sweet, Craig Nutt and Ron Puckett. Huntsville Museum of Art, 700 Monroe St. S.W., Huntsville, 35801. (205) 535-4350. Juried show-Magic City Art Connection, May 11-12. Birmingham. Outdoor in the cultural and ftnancial district, featuring all types of media including wood. For info., contact Eileen Kunzman, 1128 Glen View Rd., Birmingham, 35222. (205) 595-6306. Juried show-Alabama Woodworkers Guild, June 4-8. South Central Bell headquarters building lobby, 600 19th St., Birmingham, 35203. (205) 870-4729. ABAM ARKAኃ C FO SAS: Juried exhibit-International Turned Objects Show, May 26-July 23. Arkansas Art Center Decorative Arts Museum, 7th and Rock Streets, Little Rock. Mon. thru Sat., 10 info., contact Sarah Tanguy, International Sculpnlre Center, 1050 Potomac St. N.W., Washington, DC 20007. (202) 965-6066. Show-Spring Festival Arts A.M. cluding Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Convention-Wood Machinery Manufacrurers of America and Woodworking Machinery Distributors' Association joint industry convention, Apr. 21-25. Hotel Del Coronado, Coronado. For info., contact WMMA, 1900 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 19103. (215) 564-3484. Exhibit-"Hands On! Objects Crafted in our Time," thm May. Craft and Folk Art Museum, 5800 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles. (213) 937-5544. Show-The Sacramento Woodworking Show, May Cal Expo ALI RN Contact Judy Polo, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8521. Classes-Boatbuilding classes, May 5-6, May 12-13, June 9-16. IA: Workshops-Various workshops in& State Fair, 1600 Exposition Blvd., Sacramento. 4-6. Maritime Museum Assoc., Bldg. 275, Crissy Field, San FranCiSCO, 94129. (415) 929-0202. Exhibition-Cardboard Furniture by Brian Gladwell, May 5-July Francisco. Featuring approximately 15 pieces of cardboard furniture by the Canadian woodworker. For info., contact Mary Ann McNicholas, Landmark Building, Fort Mason, San Francisco, 94123. (41 5) 775-0990. Show-The Southern California Woodworking Show, May 11-1 3. Pasadena Center, 300 E. Green St., Pasadena, 91 101. For info., contact Michelle Troop, 1516 I. San Francisco Craft & Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (213) 477-8521. Show-9th annual College of the Redwoods Furnirure show, May 19-June 3. Highlight Gallcry, 45052 Main St., Mendocino, 95460. (707) 937-3132. Juried festival-Artists Market, June 2-3. Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach. For info., contact the Museum, 2300 E. Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, 90803. (213) 439-21 19. Workshops-Basic carving with Robert Fowler, June 415; Tools and techniqucs with Jim Budlong, June 25-July 13. College of the Redwoods, 440 Alger St., Fort Bragg, 95437. (707) 964-7056. Fair-Wood Fair '90, July 13-15. College of dle Redwoods, 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd., Eureka, 95501. (707) 445-6966. s. COLO Hydrocote-brand finishes, May 17 RAD O: Workshop-Uses and applications of 19. Terry Lock tributing, 2128 S. KaJamath St., Denver, 80223-4009. & CONNECTICUT: Exhibition-Rustic furnirure by David Robinson, Craft Center, Brookfield Alley at 127 Washington St., South Norwalk, 06854. (203) 775-4526. Juried show-14th annual So dlm 106 4-5. In the waterfront district of South Torwalk. Deadline: May 31. Contact Peter Kanter, SoNo Arts Celebration, Box 569, SoUdl 0 Fine Woodworking orwalk, 06856. (203) 849-9366. e Dis- 783-5772. adler dates and locations available upon request. Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshops-One- and two-week woodworking and furniture-design workshops, June thru Aug. Registration until then. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 8161 5. (303) 923-3181. (BOO Apr. 29. SoNo. Contact Brookfield/SoNo Arts Celebration, Aug Folk Art Museum, San Pontius INDIANA: Seminars-Work Place Efficiency in the Wood Products Industry, May 2; Wood Machining Methods to Improve Surface Quality, May 3; Lumber Grading, June 4-8; Log Lumber and Tree Grading, June 5-7; Circular Sawmill Maintenance, June 8. Elkhart. For info., contact Michigan State University at (517) 355-6544. ) KAN KE IOWA: Classes-Woodcarving classes, Apr. 28 and June thrll July. Vesterheim, Norwegian-American Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decorall, 52101. (319) 382-9681. Juried fair-20th Art in dle Park, May 19-20. Main Ave., Clinton. Contact Clinton Art Assoc., Box 132, Clinton, 52732. (319) 259-8308. Juried exhibit-The Schnitzer, June 15-17. Amana. Carving celebration sponsored by Personalized Wood Products and tact Schnitzer, Box 193, An]ana, 52203. (3 19) 622-3100. dle SAS: Juri ed show-Dimensions, 3-dimensional art show, June 8-10. Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, Lenexa. For info., contact William Nicks, Jr., Dimensions, 13420 Oak St., Lenexa, 66215. (913) 541-8592. Juried show-Topeka Competition 14, thm Apr. 26. For info., contact Gallery of Fine Arts, Topeka Public Library, 1515 W. 10th, Topeka, 66604. (913) 233-2040. NTUCKY: Workshop-Green wood chairmaking, Apr. 21-22. Berea. John Alexander, Jr. and Brian Boggs instructors. New Harmony Woodworks, 128 N. Broadway, Berea. (606) 986-9393. Juried exhibit-International Turned Objects Show, thru May 6. Civic Center, Lexington. For info., contact Kentucky Woodworkers Association, Box 22108, Lexington, 40522. (606) 252-3289. Workshops-Wood turning and joinery instruction, duu Millstream Brewing Co. For info., con- GEORGIA: Classes-Various woodworking classes, duu May. Including making a wooden plane, building a Windsor chair, chip carving, turning and more. Highland Hardware, 1045 . Highland Ave. .E., Adanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. Show-A Salute to American Crafts, May parel Mart, Atlanta. Contact American Craft Enterprises, Box 10, New Paltz, NY 12561. (914) 255-0039. Juried exhibition-International Woodworking Fair Design Competition, Aug. 24-27. Challengers Award competition deadline: June 4-6. Woodworking Machinery and Furnirure Supply Fair, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MO 20877. Exhibit-American Wildfowl Decoys, June IO-Aug. 4. Museum of I. American Folk Art, Lincoln Square, Columbus Ave. and 66th St., New York, Arts Workshops-Japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sallara. One Saturday each month, year-round. Contact Sallara Japanese Architecrural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place N.W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355- 1976. NY ILLINOIS: Show-The Chicagoland Woodworking Show, Apr. 20-22. Odeum, 1033 N. Villa Ave., Villa Park, 60181. Contact Diane Johnson, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (213) 477-852 1. 10023. (212) 595-9533. to 5 Newton County Fairgrounds, Highway 7, Jasper. Sponsored by the Newton County Arts & info., contact Betty Carpenter, Box 58, Jasper, 72641. (501) 294-5555. & P.M.; Sun., 12 to 5 P.M. Crafts show, June 8-10. Crafts Guild. For For A: Exhibition-Contemporary Works in Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, thru June. Contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 589, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juried exhibitions-The Celebration of American Crafts, ov. II-Dec. 23. Deadline for slides: June 15. Gilding the Lily, Mar. 24-Apr. 20, 1991. Deadline for slides: Sept. 15. Both national juried/invitational events. For info on both, contact Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., New Haven, 06510. Juried exhibit-33rd annual handcrafts exposition, July 19-21. Guilford Green. For info., contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 589, 41 I Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, duu July. Including router techniques, finishing furniture, tool sharpening, turning wood bowls and more. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. DE LAW thru May 13. Delaware Art Museum. For info., contact Rochester Institute of Technology, I Lomb Memorial Dr., Box 9887, Rochester, ARE NY 14623. (716) 475-5064. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Juri ed show-8th annu- al Washington Craft Show, Apr. 19-22. The Departmental Auditorium, 1301 Constirution Ave. N.W. For info., contact Smithsonian Associates Women's Committee, Arts and Industries Bldg., Room 1465, Smithsonian lnstirution, 20560. (202) 357-4000. Exhibit-Tradition and Innovation: rure, Apr. 20-Sept. 3. Renwick Gallery, sylvania Ave. For info., call (202) 357-2247. 17dl Koons. For info., call (202) 357-2700. IS Anlerican FumiSt. & Penn- Seminar-20th-Century Furnirure: TIle Spirit of Design, Apr. 30-May 4. For info., contact MaryBeth Mullen, Smithsonian National Associate Program, 1100 Jefferson Dr. S.W. (202) 357-4700. Exhibit-Culture and Commentary: An '80s Perspective, thru May 6. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Instirution, Independence Ave. at 8th St. S.W. Featuring works of : Exhibit-Furnirure by Wendell Casde, Oct. One day to one week. Contact Jim Hall, Advenrure in Woods, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. LOUIS lnstirute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. Exhibit-Works in wood by gallery artiSts, tllrU May 10. Nancy Margolis Gallery, 367 Fore St., Pordand, 04101. (207) 775-3822. Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, June 3Aug. 31. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Box 87, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348-2306. MAIN Clas ses-Design and build, May 7-29, June 18-29. Shelter MARYL spring arts Fairgrounds; Sugarloafs 13th annual spring crafts festival, May dier, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, 20251 Cenrury Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. 4-6. MASSACHUSETTS: Workshops-Cabinetmaking, Apr. 23-27; Finish carpentry, May 7-11, June 4-8; Timber framing, June 18-22, July 23-27. Washington. Contact Will Beemer, Heartwood, Jo artists, including wood sculptor Jeff ton, 01 235. (413) 623-6677. Symposium-Collecting, May 5. Boston. Lectures on how to build a collection, insure it, appraisals, donations, more. Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities, Otis House, 141 Cambridge St., Boston, 02114. (617) 227- 3956. Juried exhibit-Handmade for the '90s, June 30-Sept. 9. Entries deadline: May 5. The Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Juried exhibit-Annual May craft fair, May 18-20. Contact Worcester Center for Crafts, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, 01605. (508) 753-8183. Workshops-Various three- to Six-day woodworking workshops, May 1 9----0 hnso zons Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Rd., Atlanta Ap- ct. 8. Williamsburg. Contact Horierst, Contact Shirley Byron, lnternational and Sciences, Macon. Contact Museum of year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267-4430. Wood Products Industry, May 3; Wood Machining, May 4; Grand Rapids. Also, Work Place Efficiency in the Wood Products Industry, May 4; Ludington. For info., contact Michigan State Univeristy at (517) 355-6544. Seminar-The Construction of Superior Furniture Panels, May 17. Holiday Inn West, Kalamazoo. Sponsored by TIle Forest Products Research Society Great Lakes Section. Contact Anthony Weatherspoon, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Box 30028, Lansing, 48909. (517) 335-3332. Clas NY MI HI C NEB May 68106. Contact: Diane Johnson, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (213) 477-8521. 4-6. NEW H W S Aksarben Field, 63rd : Show-Nebraska Woodworking Show, Shirley Streets, Omaha, & : Classes-Classes in fine arts and Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476-5121. Workshops-Various violin-crafting workshops, June Aug. 17. srudio arts. Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various craft classes, including woodworking, year-round. Contact The Hand 24 Rosemary Lane, Durham, 03824. (603) 862-1088. Retreat-Woodworking retreat, July 22-26. Waterville Valley Resort AMP IRE UNH SH & I, ing show, June 2-3. Wheaton Village Glass Museum, Millville. 10 NE JE A.M. to 5 Carvers. Contact Jack Raleigh, 716 Wood L'Ule, Cinnaminson, 08077. (609) 829-8731. Workshops-Various two-day duough eight-day woodworking workshops, beginning June 9-10. Contact Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, 07851. (201) 948-5200. P.M. Presented by the SOUdl NEW MEXICO: Classes-Building Apr. 20-22, 28-29. Taught by Simon Watts. Sponsored by Albuquerque W 1414 Silver St., Albuquerque, 87106. (505) 243-7234. Workshops-Seamless marquetry, Apr. 21; cabinet car- oodw orkers' Assoc dle iation. Contact Jim Linke, Pram, tional Forest. Contact W A, Box 706, Plymouth, 03264. (800) 52 1-7623. & RSEY: Juried show-II th annual woodcarvJersey Wood Conference Center, White Mountain NaBox 264, Route 25, Violin Craftsmanship lnstirute, Brook House, 4GAN: Se min RA KA ars-Work Place Efficiency in the 01002. (413) 549-4841. Workshops-One- or two-day workshops including bandbox making and making hand tools, thru June. Old Sturbridge Village, I Old Sturbridge Village Rd., Snlrbridge, 01 566. (508) 347-3362. Fair-ACC Craft Fair, June 19-21 (trade), June 22-24 (public). Eastern States Exposition, West Springfteld. For info., contact American Craft Enterprises, Box 10, New Paltz, Amh 12561. (914) 255-0039. ses-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the n Hill Rd., WashingAN & Maryland State Fairgrounds. Contact Dearm Ver- D: Juried fairs-Sugarloafs 15th annual crafts fair, Apr. 20-22. Montgomery County May 4. Louisiana Crafts Council Gallery, Baton Rouge. Contact LA Crafts Council, Box 1287, Baton Rouge, 7082 1. (504) 383- 1782. IAN E: ShOW-Woodworking World show, Apr. 27-29. Portland Expo Building, 239 Park Ave., Portland. For info., contact WANA, Box 706, Plymoudl, NH 03264. (800) 521-7623, in NH (603) 536-3768. A: Juried show-Craftsmen's show, thru
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