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Fine Woodworking : SEP/OCT 1991 (90)
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 isJanuaty for July and August, it's May ARI 1, N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, 85251. (602) 949-1262. Exhibition-International Lathe-Turned Objects Challenge P.M. seum. Contact Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844·2188. Show-Phoenix Harvest Festival, ov. 1-3. Phoenix Civic Plaza. For info, contact Harvest Festival, III Liberty St., Petaluma, CA 94952. (800) 321-1213, (707) 778-6300. Show-9th annual Woodworking Show, Nov. 3. Los Olivos Adult Center, 38th and Devonshire, Phoenix. Spon· sored by Arizona Association of Woodworkers. Contact Herb Miller, 11 15 W. Stottler Dr., Chandler, 85224. N, O Festival, Aug. 31-Sept. 2, Long Beach Convention Center; Fresno Harvest Festival, Sept. 13-15, Fresno Convention Center; 8th annual Riverside Harvest Festival, Sept. 2022, Riverside Convention Center; 2nd annual Ventura Harvest Festival, Sept. 27-29, Ventura County Fairgrounds; Sacramento Harvest Festival, Oct. 4-<>, Sacramento Community Center; San Diego Oct. 18-20 Center; San Francisco Harvest Festival, Nov. 1-3 San Francisco Civic Center in Brooks Hall; Los Angeles Harvest Festival, Nov. 15-17, Los Angeles Convention Center. For information on all, contact Harvest Festival, III Liberty St., Petaluma, 94952. (800) 321-1213, (707) 778-6300. CALI痢 RNIA & & Exhibition-The California Duck, Aug. 31-oct. 27. San Francisco Craft Fort Mason, San Francisco, 94123-1382. (415) 775-0990. Juried exhibit-Artistry in Wood '91, & heim. For information, contact Arthur Schwartz, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (800) 826·8257, (213) 477-8521. Workshops-Tool clinic, Oct. 5; Building the Norwegian Pram, Oct. 12-13, 19-20, 26-27. National Maritime Museum Association, Buildjng 275, Crissy Field, San Francisco, 94129. (415) 929·0202. Juried shows-Contemporary Crafts Market, Oct. 1213, San Diego Convention Center, III W. Harbor Dr., San Diego; Nov. 1-3, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Main St. at Pico Blvd., Santa Monica; Mar. 20-22, 1992, Fort Mason Center, Herbst 8-Q ct. 1. Anaheim Convention Center, Ana& chanan St., San Francisco. For info, contact Roy Helms Associates, 777 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 2820, Honolulu, HI 96813. (808) 422-7362. Seminar-10th International Wood Machining Seminar, Oct. 21-23. Berkeley. Contact Continuing Education in Engineering, UC Berkeley, 2223 Fulton St., Berkeley, 94720. (415) 642-4151. Juri & & ed show and competition-Palm Springs Wildlife Art Show and Competition, Dec. 7-8. Doubletree Resort Hotel, Palm Springs. Carving competitions, demonstra· tions, juried wildlife show. For info, contact John Farrfield, show chairman, 9340 Gregory St., La Mesa, 91942. (619) 462·0232. Workshops-Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861. Exhibit-Mixed media including wood turning by Ruth Hardin and furniture by Yuko Shimuzu. Banaker Gallery, 1373 Locust St., Walnut Creek, 94596. (415) 930-0700. Workshops-Various workshops including Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524,3700. Solicitation-New artists wanted for the Los Angeles Craft lectors, curators, architects, deSigners. info, contact the Craft & COLO May Co., 6067 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90036. (213) 934-7239. & Folk classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6tb Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Show-Denver Harvest Festival, Oct. RAD vention Center. Contact Harvest Festival, III Liberty St., Petaluma, CA 94952. (800) 321-1213, (707) 778-6300. Residency program-Anderson Ranch Arts Center's Studio Residency Program, Oct. I-May 15. Offers intcrac· 4-<>. 106 Fine Woodworking Denver ConArt Museum Library, do the 0 O: Classes-Woodworking and related Folk Art Museum Research Library. Used by colfec. For Festival Pavilions, Marina Blvd. at Bu- Sponsored by the Sonoma County Woodworkers Association. Also, demonstrations on various woodworking topics, every Saturday and Sunday afternoon. Sonoma County Museum, 425 7th St., Santa Rosa, 9540 I. (707) 579-1500. Show-Woodworking Machinery Fair, Sept. 2 thru Folk Art Museum, Landmark Building A, Sept. 15. 25-27, Convention and Performing Arts 8-10, Harv est Festival, : Shows-9th annual Long Beach Harvest Sept. 8-Nov. 3. Arizona State University Art Muand so on. 1; ZONA: Exhibition-The Turned Wood Vessel: A Group Exhibition, Sept. l-Oct. 3 I. Reception: Oct. 17, 7-9 Joanne Rapp GalIery/fhe Hand and tbe Spirit, 422 tive environment for furnituremakers and deSigners. For info, contact Anderson Ranch, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Juri ed exhibit-7th annual woodworking exhlbition, Oct. 19-Dec. 11. Entries accepted: Oct. 11-12. Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs. Contact John Lewis, Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, 918 N. Royer St., Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 632·8548. Show-Colorado Woodworking Show, Nov. 8-10. National Western Complex-Expo Hall, Humbolt St. Ave., Denver. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-8521. & nis Elliott, SCC's master crafter/educator for 1991, July 21. Stamford Museum and Nature Center, 39 Scofield Rd., Stamford. Contact SCC, PO Box 615, Hartford, 06142. (203) 423·4350. Juri thru ed exhibit-New Views, Sept. 29-oct. 12. Deadline: Aug. 31. Connecticut artists. Guilford Handcrafts, PO Box 589, 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5947. Juri ed exhibition-23rd annual Celebration of Ameri· can Crafts, Nov. II-Dec. 23. Contact TI1e Celebration, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., New Haven, 06510. (203) 562-4927. DELAW sltips available. Application deadHne: Dec. I. For info, contact Dr. Katharine Martinez, Winterthur Research Fellowship Program, The Winterthur Library, Winterthur, 19735. (302) 888-4649. ARE Thomas Moser, Judith Lippman, Craig Nutt, Hugh Belton. Sponsored by Smithsonian Institution. craf痢 Course-Furniture Conservation Training Pro Furnjture Supply ginning Aug. 1992. Application deadline: Nov. 30. For info, contact Training Secretary, Institution, 20560. (301) 238-3700. (202) 842-0920. Courses-Conservation of Gilt Wood, Nov. 4-7; Structural Conservation of Furniture, Dec. 3-6. For info, contact Training Secretary, Exhi FLO 20560. (301) 238-3700. Exhibition-Work by JL Heatwole, ov. 10-16. Senate rotunda of U.S. Capitol. Sponsored by Virgini.a Senator John Warner. CAlJ痢 Festival, Sept. 28-29. In Riverside Park. For info, contact Riverside Art Festival Committee, Riverside Avondale Preservation, 904 IGng St., Jacksonville, 32205. (904) 389·2449. Festival- 17th annual Florida Heritage Festival, Nov. 6-10. South Florida Fairgrounds. Contact Fantasma Productions, 2000 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, 33401-7714. (407) 832-6397. Juri RID val, A: Juried festival-20th annual Riverside Art ed exhibition-The Turner's Dance, Jan. 10-Feb. 29, 1992. St. Petersburg. Entry deadline: Oct. 6. National juried exhjbition of lathe· turned work. For info, contact Donna Sinicrope, Florida Craftsmen Gallery, 235 3rd St. S., St. Petersburg, 33701. (813) 821-7391. Juri ed festival-29th annual Coconut Grove Feb. 15-17. Application deadline: Sept. 16. Contact Coconut Grove Arts Festival, PO Box 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233-0757. (305) 447·0401. Arts Defoor Place N.W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355- 1976. Show-International Turned Objects Show, thru Nov. 10. Morgan Cultural Center, Madison. For info, contact International Sculprure Center, 1050 Potomac St. N.W., Washington, DC 20007. (202) 965-6066. Conference-Custom Woodworking Business Conference and ExpoSition, Nov. 22-24. Georgia World Con· gress Center, Atlanta. For info, contact John Berry, Trade Show Div., Vance Publishing Corp., 400 Knightsbridge Pkwy., Lincolnshire, IL 60069. (708) 634-2600. Competition-Design Emphasis '92 furniture design competition, call for entries. Sponsored by and held in conjunction with the International Woodworking Machinery oodw Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta. For info on the competition, contact Shirley Byron, IWF, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. (301) 948-5730. & Furniture Supply Fair '92, Aug. 21-24, 1992, GEORGIA: Workshops-Japanese woodworkjng by Toshihiro Sahara One Saturday each montb, year-round. Contact Sahara Japanese Architectural W Festi- bition-Marketplace for 19th-Century Crafts, ov. 1-3. Decatur Carriage House, 1610 H St. CAllM Call .W., 20006. SC, Smithsonian gram (202) 357-3030. , be· DISTRICT OF COLU the Visual Arts 10, thru Sept. 2. Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution. Call (202) 357-2700. Panel discussion-Fine Handcrafted Wood ObjectsMarketing Strategies, Sept. 28. Topics: magazine ads, galleries, MB shows, direct mail, more. Panel members: IA: Exhibition-Awards in : Fellowships-Winterthur Library fellow- CONNECTICUT: Classes-Bandsaw Boxes with Bill Gundling, Sept. 14-15; Spindle Turning with Palmer Sharpless, Sept. 21-22; Fine Finishes for Furniture with Frank Klaus, Sept. 28-29; Furnituremaking with John Dunnjgan, Oct. 5-<>; Router Techniques with Bill Gundling, Oct. 19; joinery Techniques with Robert March, Nov. 9-10; Wood turning with AI Stirt, Nov. 16-17. Brookfield Craft Center, PO Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Exhibit-56th annual Society of Connecticut Craftsmen exhjbit, Sept. 29. Presentation of certificate to DenE. 47tb IL Lincoln St., Evanston. For info, contact Shelly Robinson, Winger Chicago. Contact Architectural Woodwork Institute, 2310 S. Walter Reed Dr., Arlington, VA 22206. (703) 671-9100. Exhibition-New Art Forms, Sept. 19-22. TI1e Navy Pier, Chicago. Sponsored by Joanne Rapp Gallery/fhe Hand and the Spirit. For info, contact the gallery, 422 Marshall Way, Scottsdale, 6-8.LIN min Exposition-Chkago International New Art Forms Exposition, Sept. 20-22. Including Social Signals, Sept. 21, a syposium focusing on issues pertinent to artists and collectors. Navy Pier, Chicago. For info, contact Coalition of Creative Organizations, 600 . McClurg Court, Chicago, 6061 I. (312) 787-6858. Workshop-End use appHcations of adhesives and sea· lants, Sept. 23-25. The Forum Hotel, Chicago. Contact The Adhesive and Sealant Council, 1627 K St. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20006. (202) 452- 1 500. Show-Chicagoland Woodworkjng Show, Oct. 18-20. Inland Expo CenterlIllinois Exhibition Hall, 400 E. Ogden Ave., Westmont, 60559. Contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-8521. Show-20th annual Midwestern Wood Carvers Show, Nov. 2-3. Belle-Claire Exposition Hall, 200 S. Belt East, Belleville. For info, contact Don Lougeay, 1830 E. D St., Belleville, 62221. (618) 233·5970. AZ IND val, Sept. 28-29. On the streets of Madison. For info, contact Dixie McDonough: (812) 265- 5080. Show-Tri State Woodcarvers Show, Oct. 26-27. Washington Square Mall, 1100 S. Green River Road, Evansville. For info, contact Bob Koressel, 3901 Rose Ave., Evansville. (812) 424-2622. IAN Clas KE IOWA: Show-Woodcarvings by Leif Melgaard, thru Sept. 2. Vesterheim, Norwegian-American Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decorah, 52101. (319) 382-9681. s-Beginning and Intermediate Figure Carving with Harley Refsal, Sept. 20-22. Vesterheim, Norwegian-Ameri· can Museum, 502 W. Water St., Decoral1, 52101. (319) 382-9681. NTUCKY: Workshops-Wood turning and joinery instruction. Contact Jim Hall, Advenrure in Woods, 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. SC, Smithsonian Institution, tute, 38 Centre St., Batb, 04530. (207) 442-7938. Workshops-Various week-long boatbuilding and wood· working workshops, thru Oct. 12. Including Marine Carv· ing, Fundamentals of Boatbuilding, Basic Woodworking, Oar MAIN Clas Joinerwork. Contact WoodenBoat School, PO Box 78, Brooklin, 04616. (207) 359·4651. daytime, evenings and on weekends. Portland School of Art, 97 Spring St., Portland, 04101. (207) 775-3052. Clas Sept. 14. Furnirure by students from the Rhode Island School of Design and Southeastern Massachusetts UniverSity. Meredith Gallery, 805 N. Charles St., Baltimore, 21201. (301) 837-3575. Juried festival-Sugarloafs 15t11 annual Maryland Crafts Festival, Oct. 11-13. Timonium. For info, contat Deann Verdier, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, 20251 Cenrury Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. Show-BaltimorelWashington Woodworking Show, Oct. 25-27. Pikesville Armory, 610 Reistertown Rd., Baltimore, 21208. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, MAR LAN Y Conference-Chesapeake Area Wood turner's Conference, Oct. 25-27. Maryland Hall for the Creative CA orks, 1716 MAS C1as Sobon. For info, contact Jack Sobon, Shaw Rd., Windsor, 01270. (413) 684-3223. Show-WOOdworking World New England show, Oct. 18-20. Eastern States Exposition Center, 1305 Memorial Ave., West Springfield, 01089. Contact Woodworking As- Clas SACHUSE and practical srudio furniture with wltich to live and work, Sept. 28-Nov. 16. Contact Julie Mansfield, Society of Arts and Crafts, 175 Newbury St., Boston, 021 16. (617) 266-1810. Workshops-Finish Carpentry, Sept. 3 Tr making, Oct. 7-1 1. The Heartwood School, Johnson Rd., Washington, 01235. (413) 623-6677. 0-0 ses-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267·4430. Workshop-Rustic Furniture witb Daniel Mack, Oct. 12. Horizons, 374 Old Montague Rd., Amherst, 01002. (413) 549-4841. s-Timber Framing: A Traditional Approach with Jack ct. 4; Cabinet90025. (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-8521. Constitution and Greenfield, Annapolis. For info, call (301) 263-5544. Arts, S: Juri ed exhibition-Functional D: Exhibition-Emerging Masters, thru & Paddle Making, Boatbuilding Tools & ses-Woodworking classes for adults and children in E: Workshop-Design as Exploration witl1 Milton Glase, Aug. 25-31. Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, PO Box 87, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348-2306. s-Post and Beam Building, Sept. 15-20. Shelter InstiA: Festival-50th Chautauqua of the Arts festi· 85251. (602) 949· 1262. tals' 7th annual American Craft Exposition Chicago, 60601. (312) 263·4313. Se ar-Computers for Woodworking, Sept. 13-15. & Reception, Sept. 5. Henry Crown Sports Pavilion, & Associates, 320 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1901, OIS: Juried show-Evanston/Glenbrook HospiSale, Sept. Techniques,
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