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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1990 (83)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the time period indicated on the cover of the magazine, with overlap when space permits. We go to press three 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 iSJanuary for July and August, it's May AR Objects Show, KAN C cluding Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. Exhibition-Cardboard Furniture by Brian Gladwell, thru July I. San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, San 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. (415) 775-0990. Workshops-Woodworking tools and techniques with Jim Budlong, June 25-July 13; tools and techniques with Michael Burns, July 7-Aug. 10; weekend seminar with James Krenov, July 21-22. College of the Redwoods, 440 Alger St., Fort Bragg, 95437. (707) 964-7056. Juried exhibition-Artistry in Wood '90, July 6-Aug. 26. The Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th St., Santa Rosa, 95401. For info, contact Wade Belew, Sonoma County Woodworkers Association, Box 4124, Santa Rosa, 95402. (707) 579-0264. Fair-Wood Fair '90, July 13-15. College of the Redwoods, 7351 Tompkins Hill Rd., Eureka, 95501. (707) 445-6966. Workshop-Building furniture with hand tools and traditional joinery, July 28-29. For women. Contact Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861. Exhibit-The Walnut Boutique, thru July 29. Illustrations of walnut including examples of woodworking, photos, text, videos, more. The Chico Museum, 141 Salem St., Chico, 95928. (916) 891-4336. Workshop-Lumber drying, Aug. 6-10. University of California Forest Products Lab, 1301 S. 46th St., Richmond, 94804. Call Tom Breiner at (415) 231-9487. Juried conference-5th annual Southern California Woodworking Conference, Aug. 8-12. Harvey Mudd College, Claremont. For info, contact Howard Lewin, 3825 W. 139th St., Hawthorne, 90250. (213) 679-2485. Exhibit-2nd annual exhibition of turned wood objects by members of the ALI Town Hall, Julian. For info, contact Nan BusWey, 5065 Sleeping Indian Rd., Fallbrook, 92028. (619) 728-0591. San Proctor, July 2-6, July 9-13, July 16-20; willow furniture with Michael Emmons, July 9-13; marquetry, veneering and inlay with Silas Kopf, July 16-20; furniture with Sam Maloof, July 21-22; chair design and development with Robert Defuccio, July 23-27, July 30-Aug. 3; classic European carving with Nora Hall, July 23-27; advanced carving with Nora Hall, July 30-Aug 3; stool construction with Gary Rogowski, Aug. 6-10; upholstery with Jim Barefoot, Aug. 6-10; wood sculpture with Ellen Driscoll, Aug. 13-17, Aug. 20-24. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Juried exhibit-6th annual exhibit sponsored by the Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, Oct. 6-Nov. 11. Deadline for entries: Sept. 28-29. Colorado Springs Pioneers' Museum, Colorado Springs. Contact John N. Royer St., Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 632-8548. Loe, Lewi 19-21. Guilford Green. For info, contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 589, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juried show-14th annual SoNo Arts Celebration, Aug. 4-5. In the waterfront district of South Norwalk. Contact Peter Kanter, So expo walk, 06856. (203) 849-9366. 0 Arts Celebration, Box 569, South Nors, 918 CONNECTICllT: Workshops-Various woodworking workshops including woodturning with Rude Osolnik, June 30-July I. Contact Brookfield Craft Center, Box 122, Route 25, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Show-4th annual Members Show, thru July 14. Keeney Memorial facility, Wethersfield Historical SoCiety, 200 Main St., Wethersfield. Sponsored by Woodworkers Guild of Connecticut and featuring contemporary and period reproduction furniture, turned bowls, sculptures, more. For info, call Stef D'Ascanio at (203) 651-0466. Juried exhibit-33rd annual handcrafts Sition, July COLORADO: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Workshops-Basic woodworking with Peter Korn and Harv Mastalir, June 25-29; faux and painted finishes with Kathleen June 25-29; furniture-making with Stephen Diego Woodturners, Sept. 15-16. Julian SAS: Juried exhibit-International Turned July 23. Arkansas Art Center Decora- tive Arts Museum, 7th and Rock Streets, Little Rock. Mon. thru Sat., 10 tact Sarah Tanguy, International Sculpture Center, 1050 Potomac St. N.W., Washington, DC 20007. (202) 965-6066. A.M. to 5 P.M.; Sun., 12 to 5 P.M. FORNIA: Workshops-Various workshops inthru For info, con1, and so on. 1; Exhibit-Wooden Fantasy, Aug. 4-25. Featuring wooden bowls, clocks, toys and folk Schoolhouse, Gales Ferry Craft Cooperative, 6 Hurlbutt Rd., Gales Ferry, 06335. (203) 437- 1066. Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, thru August. Contact Guilford Handcrafts, Box 589, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juri art by local artisans. The ed exhibition-Gilding the Lily, Mar. 24-Apr. 20, 1991. Deadline for slides: Sept. 15. ational juriedlinvitational event. For info, contact Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., ew Haven, 06510. DISTRICT OF COLllMBIA: Exhibit-Tradition and Innovation: New American Furniture, wick Gallery, 17th St. & Pennsylvania Ave. N.W. For info, call (202) 357-2247. thru FLO the Arts, Oct. 27-28. On the streets of downtown Starke. Entries deadline: Sept. 28. For info, contact Nancee Clark, Box 1530, Gainesville, 32602. (904) 372- 1976. RID GEORGIA: Exhibit-American Wildfowl Decoys, thru Aug. 4. Museum of Arts and Sciences, Macon. Contact Museum of American Folk Art, Lincoln Square, Columbus Ave. and 66th St., New York, Exhibit-Hank MuTta Adams: It's Not About Joinery, exhibit of furniture, thru Aug. 18. Great American Gallery, 1925 Peachtree Rd. N.E., Atlanta, 30309. (404) 351-8210. Juri NY ed exhibition and ing Fair Design Competition at the International Woodworking Machinery and Furniture Supply Fair, Aug. 24-27. Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta. For info, contact Shirley Byron, International Woodworking Fair, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. Workshops-japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month, year-round. Contact Sahara Japanese Architectural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place N.W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355- 1976. Festival-20th annual fair ter's Mill Country Fair, 101 Timberland Dr., Dalton, 30720. (404) 259-5765. fall IDAHO: Festival-22nd annual Art on the Green, Aug. 3-5. Fort Sherman gtounds on the orth Idaho College campus. Sponsored by the Citizens Council for the Arts, Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. (208) 667-9346. ILLINOIS: Show-45th annual National Hardware Show, Aug. 12-15. McCormick Place Complex, 23rd Street and Lakeshore Drive, Chicago, 60616. Sponsored by the American Hardware Manufacturers Association (AHMA). For info, contact William Farrell, AHMA, at (312) 605-1025. Show-The Chicago area Woodworking World Show, Oct. 5-7. The Metro Center, Rockford. For info, contact the W INDIAN I. heim, Norwegian-American Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decorah, 52101. (319) 382-9681. Juri gtess, June 21-24. Davenport Davenport. For info, call Clas try deadline: Sept. KENTllCKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery instruction, Jim Hall, Adventure in Woods, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. thru LOllIS ers and Collectors competition and auction, Aug. 17-19. University of New Orleans. For info, contact IAN MAIN Carvers and Collectors Guild, c/o Offshore Navigation Co., Box 23504, Harahan, 70183. Juri LA ed competition-Lafayette Art Association annual national juried competition of two- and three-dimensional art, Apr. 1-30, 1991. Slides deadline: Jan. 15, 1991. For prospectus, contact Marta Fielding, Lafay 700 Lee, Lafay ette, 7050 I. E: Class-Design and build, June 18-29. Shelter Institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. Workshop-The prenticeshop, Box 539F, R Arts MAR LAN Y 100 Fine Woodworking of the Sailor, August. Roc kpor rt, 04856. (207) 236-6071. Workshops-Various woodworking workshops, thru Aug. 31. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Box 87, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348-2306. ockp켣 D: Juried show-27th annual Havre de Grace Art Show, Aug. 18-19. Tydings Memorial Park. Sponsored by the Soroptimist International of Havre de t Apette Art Gallery, NEW JERSEY: Workshops-Half-hull model making with Ken Sasset, June 23-24; carving ball-and-claw feet and cab rio Ie legs with Mack Headley, Jr., June 30-July 1; cabinetmaking with David Van Hoff, July 6-11 ; cedar/canvas canoe building with Horace Strong, July 1418; hand-carved signs with Ray Halacy, July 20-22; making and using wooden handplanes with David Finck, Aug. 3-7; gilding with June Fette, Aug. 10-12; 18thcentury chairmaking with Eugene Landon, Aug. 15-21; making an acoustic guitar with Dick Boak, Aug. 24-3 1. For info, contact Peters Valley Craft Center, Layton, 0785 1. (20 I) 948-5200. Exhibit-Recent work of Mary Lou Hi Including art furniture. Sheila Nussbaum Gallery, 358 Millburn Ave., Millburn, 07041. (201) 467-1720. Juried fair ggin켣 , tllfU July 7. -20th annual Peters Valley Craft Fair, July Wildfowl A: Competition-Louisiana Wildfowl CarvOctober. One day to one week. Contact ed exhibit-Octagon Annual, Nov. II-Dec. 30. EnOctagon Center for the Arts, 427 Douglas, Ames, 50010. (515) 232-5331. I. ses-Woodcarving classes, June laTt켣 Yudis at (319) 359thru Gallery, 1737 W. 12th St., . July. Vester9684 Plymouth, NH 03264. (800) 521-7623, (603) 536-3768. oodw orking Asso IOWA: Juri A: Juried show-3rd annual Works in Wood, October. Chesterton Art Gallery. Featuring hand-crafted wood furniture and objects. Deadline for submissions: Aug. Contact the gallery, Box 783, Chesterton, 46304. (219) 926-3041. Festival-Chautauqua of the Arts, Sept. 22-23. Along the streets of Madison. For info, contact Dixie McDonough, 119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. (812) 265-5080. ed show-Int erna켣⢏ Art onal Wood carvers Con- year-round. Contact The Hand & I, Box 264, Route 25, Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476-5121. Fair Clas 990-Jan. 15, 1991. Hanover. For info, contact Lynne DiFrancesco, Rubens and Locke, 40 S. Main St., Hanover, 03755. (800) 333-3448, (603) 643-4327. I -32nd annual Canterbury Fair, July 28. Canterbury Center, Canterbury. For info, call (603) 783-4649. Workshops-Various violin17. Rosemary Lane, Durham, 03824. (603) 862- 1088. Retreat-Woodworking retreat, July 22-26. Waterville Valley Resort & Conference Center, White Mountain National Forest. Contact WANA, Box 706, Plymouth, 03264. (800) 521-7623. Juried show-National Rocking Chair Show, Sept. 15, UNH Violin Craftsmanship Institute, Brook House, 24 craf켣⢏㭨 g workshops, thru Aug. MIS SOllRI: Exhibit-Crafted Statements, July 6-Aug. II. Featuring lathe-turned and hand-carved objects including vessels, sculptural pieces and furniture. Curated by Albert LeCoff and Craig Nutt. Craft Alliance, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, 63130. (314) 725-1151. NEW H studio arts. Manchester Institute of Arts and SCiences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. AMP HIRE S : Classes-Classes in fine arts ses-Various craft classes, including woodworking, and ciation of North Anlerica, Box 706, festival, Oct. 13-14. The Pra-International Woodwork10023. (212) 595-9533. A: Juried show-5th annual Starke Festival of Sept. 3. RenMAS Grace. For info, contact tlle art show, Box 174, Havre de Grace, 21078. (301) 879-4404. Show-Summer art show featuring works by the faculty and students from the Rhode Island School of Design and Southeastern Massachusetts UniverSity, thru Sept. 15. Meredith Gallery, 805 (301) 837-3575. Charles St., Baltimore, 2120 I. SACHllSETTS: Fair-25th annual ACC Craft Fair, June 22-24. Eastern States Exposition, West Springfield. For info, contact American Craft Enterprises, Box 10, New Paltz, Juried exhibit-Handmade for the '90s, June 30-Sept. 9. The Berkshire Museum, 39 South St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Workshops-One- or two-day workshops including bandbox making and making hand tools, thru June. Old Sturbridge Village, 1 Old Sturbridge Village Rd., Sturbridge; 01 566. (508) 347-3362. Workshops-House building, June 25-July 13, July 30Aug. 17, Aug. 27-Sept. 14; carpentry for women, July 1620; timber framing, July 23-27; finish carpentry, Sept. 24-28; cabinetmaking, Oct. 1-5. Washington. Contact Will Beemer, Heartwood, Johnson Hill Rd., Washington, 01 235. (413) 623-6677. Workshops-Various summer workshops, July 5-Aug. 24. Nantucket Island School of Design & the Arts, Box 1848, Nantucket, 02554. (508) 228-9248. Show-Treasure Boxes, thru July 14. Ferrin Gallery, 179 Main St., Northampton, 01060. (413) 586-4509. Workshops-Various three- to Six-day woodworking workshops, thru Oct. 6. Including carpentry with Lance Hodes, Aug. 16-19; rustic furniture with Daniel Mack, Oct. 6. Williamsburg. Contact Horizons Craft Program, 374 Old Montague Rd., Amherst, 01002. (413) 549-4841. Show-1 1th annual Doll House and Miniature show and sale, Aug. 19 and workshops, Aug. 18. Sheraton Hyannis, Route 132, Hyannis. For info, contact Ronald Levesque, Box 279, Cataumet, 02534. (508) 564-4500. Workshop-Traditional timber franling with Jack Sobon and Dave Carlon, Sept. 26-30. Hancock Shaker Village, Hancock Contact Jack Sobon, Box 201, Windsor, 01270. (413) 684-3223. Clas NY ses-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267-4430. MIN MICHIGAN: Seminar-Selling and Understanding Hardwood Lumber, Aug. 6-8. Marriott Inn, Grand Rapids. For info, contact Anthony Weatherspoon, Forest Management Division, Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources, Box 30028, Lansing, 48909. (517) 335-3332. NESOTA: Juri ed exhibition-8th annual Upper Midwest Woodcarver's Exhibition, July 21-27. Fairgtounds in Blue Earth. Entries by July 21. For info, contact Harley Schmitgen, 31 1 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Show-The Twin Cities Woodworking Show, Sept. 28-30. Minnesota State Fairgrounds, Snelling & Como Avenues, St. Paul, 55108. Contact TIle Woodworking Show, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (213) 477-8521. 12561. (914) 255-0039.
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