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Fine Woodworking : NOV/DEC 1991 (91)
Events Listings oJ gallery shows, major craft Jairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are Jree, but restricted to happenings oJ direct interest to woodworkers. We list events (including entry deadlines Jor Juture juried shows) that are current with the time period indicated on the cover oJ the magazine, with overlap when space permits. We go to press th1-ee months beJore the issue date oJ the magazine and must be notified well in advance. For example, the deadline Jor events to be held in March or April isJanuary Jor July and August, it's May ARI C 1, Conference on Sawing Technology, Oct. 24-25, Berkelev Marina Marriotl Hotel. For info, contact Dr. Ryszard Szymani, Wood "'a,hining Institute, PO Box 476, Berkeley, 94701. (41 5) 943-5240. Shows-16dl annual San Diego Harvest Festival, Oct. 25-27, Convention and Performing Arts Center; 19th annual San Francisco Harvest Festival, Nov. 1-3 & 8-10, San Francisco Civic Centcr in Brooks Hall; 12th annual Los Angclcs Harvest Festival, Nov. 15-17, Los Angeles Convention Ccntcr; 14th annual San jose Harvest Fcstival, Nov. 22-24, San jose Convcntion Center; 9th annual Anaheim Harvest Festival, ov. 29-0ec. 1, Anaheim Convention Center. For info on all, contact Harvest Festival, 111 Libcrty St., Petaluma, 94952. (800) 32 1- 1213, (707) 778-6300. Workshop-Building thc orwcgian Pram, Oct. 26-27. National Maritime Museum Association, Building 275, Crissy Field, San Francisco, 941 29. (415) 929-0202. Exhibition-The California Duck, thru Oct. 27. San Francisco Craft & Folk Art Museum, Landmark Building A, Fort Mason, San Francisco, 94123-1382. (415) 775-0990. Juried shows-Contemporary Crafts Market, Nov. 1-3, Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Main St. at Pico Blvd., Santa Monica; Mar. 20-22, Fort Mason Center, Herbst and Festival Pavilions, Marina Blvd. at Buchanan St., San Francisco. For information, contact Roy Helms & Associates, 777 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 2820, Honolulu, HI 96813. (808) 422-7362. Show-Woodcarving of epal, thru ov. 9. Juniper Gallery/Napa Art Center, 101-K S. Coombs, apa Valley, 94559. (707) 224-8176. Show-5th armual Tribal and Folk Art show, Nov. 9-10. Traditional American folk art. Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. Contact Christine Anderson: (2 13) 936- 1447. Show-A Trio of Woodworkers, Nov. 15-Dec. 31. Boxes by Lauren Yonan, Turnings by Vishnu and Marquetry by Dave Peck. Mendocino Gallery, 13500 S. Highway 101, Hopland, 95449. (707) 744-1 300. Shows-The Southern California Woodworking Show, Nov. 22-24, Los Angeles County Fairplex-B1dg. B, White & McJ(jnley Avenues, Pomona, 91768; The Northern California Woodworking Show, Dec. 6-8, San Mateo County Fairgrounds, Fiesta Hall, 2495 S. Delaware St., San Mateo, 94403. For info, call (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-8521. Seminar-Estinlators, Dec. 6-7. San Diego. For info, contact Architectural Woodwork Institute, 2310 S. Walter Reed Dr., Arlington, VA 22206- 1199. (703) 671-9100. Juried show and competition-Palm Springs Wildlife Art Show and Competition, Dec. 7-8. Doubletree Resort Hotel, Palm Springs. Carving competitions and more. For info, contact john Fairfield, show chairman, 9340 Gregory St., La Mesa, 91942. (619) 462-0232. Juried exhibition-California Design '92, Jan. 16-Feb. 16. Furniture and the decorative arts. Contract Design Center Gallery, San Francisco. For ALI Design, Baulines Crafts Guild, Schoonmaker POint, Sausalito, 94965. (415) 331 -8520. Jurled show-Contemporary Crafts Market, May 29-31. Entry deadline: Nov. 15. Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, Main St. at Pico Blvd., Santa Monica. For more info, contact Roy Helms or Chris Andrews, Roy Helms & Associates, 777 Kapiolani Blvd., Suite 2820, Honolulu, HI 96813. (808) 422-7362. Workshops-Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861. 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 & Folk Art Museum Research Library. Used by collectors, curators, architects, deSigners. For info, contact info, contact California and so on. 1; ZONA: Exhibition-TIle Turned Wood Vessel: A Group Exhibition, thru Oct. 31. joanne Rapp GalieryfThe Hand and the Spirit, 422 N. Marshall Way, Scottsdale, 85251. (602) 949- 1262. Show-8dl annual Phoenix Harvest Festival, Nov. 1-3. Phoenix Civic Plaza. For info, contact Harvest Festival, 111 Liberty St., Petaluma, CA 94952. (800) 321-1213, (707) 778-6300. Exhibition-International Lathe-Turned Objects Challenge IV, thru ov. 3. Arizona State University Art Museum. Contact Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Show-9th annual Woodworking Show, ov. 3. Los Olivos Adult Center, 38th and Devonshire, Phoenix. Sponsored by Arizona Association of Woodworkers. Contact Herb Miller, 1115 W. Stottler Dr., Chandler, 85224. FORNL4: Conference-The 2nd International Craft & Folk Art Museum Library, c/o the May Co., 6067 Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90036. (2 13) 934-7239. COLO Nov. 8-10. National Western Complex-Expo Hall, Humbolt St. & E. 47dl Ave., Denver. For info, contact 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-852 1. Juried exhibit-7th annual woodworking exhibition, thru Dec. II . Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, Colorado Springs. Contact john Lewis, Woodworkers Guild of Colorado Springs, 918 RAD Roycr St., Colorado Springs, 80903. (719) 632-8548. Residency program-Anderson Ranch Arts Center's Studio Residency Program, thru May 15. Offers interactivc envi_fonment for furnituremakers and designers. For info, contact Anderson Ranch, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181 . Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., L,kewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. CONNECTICUT: Classes-Turning Wood Bowls with Bill Gundling, Oct. 26-27; Windsor Chair Making widl James Rendi, ov. 1-3; joinery Tcchniques widl Robert March, O: Show-Colorado Woodworking Show, Show-Chicago Area Woodworking World show, Nov. 22-24, Rosemont O'Hare Exposition Center, 930 I W. Bryn Mawr, Rosemont, 600 18. For more information, contact \Voodworking Association of North America: (800) 52 1-7623, (603) 536-3768. IND 26-27. Washington Square Mall, I 100 S. Green River Rd., Evansville. For info, contact Bob Koressel, 390 I Rose Ave., Evansville. (812) 424-2622. Exhibition-TIle Art of dle Fish Decoy, Nov. 25-Jan. 20. National Art Museum of Sport, Indianapolis. For info, contact Susan Fl IAN MAIN 9-10; Wood turning with AI Stirt, ov. 16- 17. Brookfield Craft Center, Rte. 25, PO Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Juried show-13th Annual Holiday Festival of Crafts, Nov. 2-Dec. 24. Free admission. Guilford Handcrafts Center, Rte. 77, Guilford. For info. call (203) 453-5947. Exhibit-Painted Woodworking by Bill Gundling and Susan Perry, Rte. 25, PO Box 122, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Juried exhibition-23rd annual Celebration of Arneric,m Crafts, Nov. II-Dec. 23. Contact The Celebration, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., New Haven, 06510. (203) 562-4927. Exhibit-Fine Art Furniture by TIlOmas Stender, Nov. 23Jan. 6. Soutll Norwalk Gallery, Brookfield Craft Center, South orwalk. For info, call (203) 853-6155. thru DELAW ships available. Application deadline: Dec. I. For info, contact Dr. Katharine Martinez, \VinterthuI Research Fellowship Program, The \Vintcrthur Library, Winterthur, 19735. (302) 888-4649. ARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Exhibition-Marketplace for 19th-Century Crafts, Nov. 1-3. Decatur Carriage House, 1610 H St. N.W., 20006. (202) 842-0920. Courses-Conservation of Gilt Wood, Nov. 4-7; Structural Conservation of Furniture, Dec. 3-6. For info, contact Training Sec.retary, 20560. (301) 238-3700. Exhibition-Work by J.L. Heatwole, Nov. 10-16. Senate rotunda of U.S. Capitol. Sponsored by Virginia Senator john Warner. Exposition-4th Annual Washington Crafts Expo, Nov. 22-24. Featuring furnituremakers and woodworkers. Sheraton Washington Convention Center, Woodley Rd., N.W. at Connecticut Ave. For info, contact Mrs. Gayley Knight: (30 I) 951- I 026. Course-Furniture Conservation Training Pro ginning in Aug. Application deadline: CAU contact International Sculpture Center, 1050 Potomac St. .W., Washington, DC 20007. (202) 965-6066. Conference-Custom Woodworking Business Conference and Exposition, Nov. 22-24. Georgia World Congress Ccnter, 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 & Furniture Supply Fair '92, Aug. 21-24, Georgia World Congrcss Center, Atlanta. For info on dle competition, contact Shirley Byron, IWF, 893 1 Shady Grovc Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. (301) 948-5730. Workshops-japanese woodworking by Toshihiro Sahara. One Saturday each month, year-round. Contact Sahara Japanese Architcctural Woodworks, 1716 Defoor Place N.W., Atlanta, 30018. (404) 355- 1976. thru IL ers Show, Nov. 2-3. Belle-Claire Exposition Hall, 200 S. Belt East, Belleville. For more information, contact Don Lougeay, 1830 E. D St., Belleville, 6222 1. (618) 233-5970. LIN 116 Fine Woodworking Show-Artistry in Wood, presented by North Suburban Carvers, Nov. 2-3. Free admission. Chicago Botanic Garden, Education Center, Glencoe. (708) 835-5440. OIS: Show-20th annual Midwestern Wood Carv30. For info, gram contact Training Secretary, CAUMSC, Smidlsonian Institution, 20560. (301) 238-3700. FLORIDA: FestivaI-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. Meeting-Central Florida Woodworkers Guild, second TIlUrsday of every month, Winter Park. For info, contact Ed Harte: (407) 862-3338. GEORGIA: Show-International Turned Objects Show, ov. 10. Morgan Cultural Center, Madison. For info, , beMSC, Srnithsonian Institution, Nov. 10. Gallery, Brookfield Craf럊 : FeUowships-Winterthur Library fellowCenter, anml : (212) 977-7170. KENTUCKY: Workshops-Woodturning and joinery instruction. Contact jim Hall, Adventure in Woods, 415 Center St., Bcrea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. Meeting-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., first Thursday of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Rd., Louisville, 40207. (502) 426-2991. E: Classes-Woodworking for adults and children in daytime, evenings and on weckends. Portland School of Art, 97 Spring St., Portland, 0410 I. (207) 775-3052. MARYLAND: Show-Baltimore/Washington Woodworking Show, Oct. 25-27. Pikesville Armory, 610 Reistertown Rd., Baltimore, 21 208. For info, contact 15 16 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025. (800) 826-8257, (213) 477-8521. Conference-Chesapeake Area Wood turner's Conference, Oct. 25-27. Maryland Hall for the Creativc Arts, Constitution and Greenfield, Annapolis. For info, call (301) 263-5544. Exhibition-TIle Art and Fantasy of the Amerie<m Carousel, Nov. 7-Jan. 12. Carved antique figures from 18801930. The Historical Society of Talbot County, 25 S. Washington St., Easton, 21601. (301) 822-0773. Juried shows-Sugarloafs 16th annual Autumn Crafts Festival, Nov. 22-24; Sugarloafs 14th annual Winter Crafts Fcstival, Dec. 13-15. Montgomery County Fairgrounds, Gaithersburg. For info, contact Deano. Verdier, dircctor, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. (301) 540-0900. MASSACHUSETTS: Class-Basic Oval Box Construction widl Clifford Myers, ov. 2-3. Hancock Shakcr Village, PO Box 898, Pittsfield, 01 202. (413) 443-0188. Juried exhibition-Functional and practical studio furniture with which to live and work, theu av. 16. Contact julie Mansfield, Society of Arts and Crafts, 175 Newbury St., Boston, 021 16. (61 7) 266- 1810. Classes-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Commonwealdl Ave., Boston, 02 1 16. (617) 267-4430. MICHIGAN: Show-Midwest-Grand Rapids Woodworking & Furniture Supply Fair, Nov. 7-8, Grand Center, Grand Rapids. For info, contact Trade Shows, Inc., PO Box 796, Conover, NC 28613. (704) 459-9894. MINNE SOTA: Show-Turned Wood by Dennis Elliot!, Oct. 26-Nov. 29. Part of t1lfee-person show. Perspectives, 924 Mall, Minneapolis, 55402. (612) 339-6076. Show-The Twin Cities Woodworking World show, Jan. 17-19. Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 S. 2nd Ave., Minneapolis. For info, contact Woodworking Association of North America: (800) 521-7623, (603) 536-3768. NEVADA: Show-Reno Harvest Festival, Oct. 25-27. Reno Livestock Events Center. For info, contact Harvest Festival, II I Liberty St., Petaluma, CA 94952. (800) 321-1213, (707) 778-6300. NEW H studio arts. Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, 114 Concord St., Manchester, 03104. Classes-Various woodworking classes, year· round. Including antique repairs, carving canes & walking sticks, small boxes, kitchen utensils, lathe-turning, hand-carving, more. Contact TIle Hand & I, PO Box 264, Rte. 25, Moultonboro, 03254. (603) 476-5121. AM NEW JERSEY: Exhibition-Contemporary Furniture Makers of the American Northeast, thru Nov. 17. TIle Gallery, Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., Rte. 206, Princeton. (609) 683-6275. Show-Super Crafts, Dec. 6-8. Garden State Convention & Exhibit Center, Somerset. For info, contact Creative Faires, Ltd., PO Box 1688, Westhampton Beach, 11978. (516) 288-2004. NY, NEW MEXICO: Juried show-Soudlwest Arts and Crafts Festival, 7-10. Manual Lujan Building, New Mexico State Fairgrounds. For info, contact Southwest Arts and Crafts Festival, 525 San Pedro .E., Suite 107, Dept. P, Albuquerque, 87108. (505) 262-2448. Exhibition-Awards in the Visual Arts 10, thru Dec. I. Albuquerque Museum of Art, History and Science. For info, call (202) 357-2700. Classes-Woodworking classes. Northern New Mexico Community College, EI Rito, 87520. (505) 581-4501. NEW YORK: Juried show-WOOdworking expo, Nov. 8-9. Ballston Spa. Entry deadlinc: Oct. 25. Sponsored by PSHIRE: Classes-Classes in fine arts and A: Show-Tri State Woodcarvers Show, Oct.
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JAN/FEB 1992 (92)