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Fine Woodworking : MAY/JUN 1992 (94)
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 m and August, ie>s May 1, and so on. NATION in advance. For example, the deadline for events to be held in March ing and Sanding Solutions for the '90s, May II-13. Am· way Plaza, Grand Rapids, Michigan. For info, contact Daniel Cassens, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 479071200. (317) 494-3644. Symposium-American Association of Wood turners, June 18-20. Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Contact American Association of Woodturners, 667 Harriet Ave., Shoreview, MN 55126. (612) 484-9094. Convention and exhibition-Guild of American Luthiers, June 24--28. Shrine to Music Museum, Vermillion, South Dakota. Contact Guild of American Luthiers, 8222 S. Park Ave., Tacoma, WA 98408-5226. (206) 472-7853. Convention and show-Unfinished Furniture Association, June 27-29, Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, Tennessee. Contact Sandi SoeUner at (800) 487·8321. Conference-World Turning Conference, April 21-25, 1993. Wilmington, Delaware. Application deadline: Aug. I. Contact Albert LeCoff, Wood Turning Center, PO Box 25706, Philadelphia, PA 19144. (215) 844-2188. Juri AL (602) 965·2787. AR Open House, May 1-3. For more info, contact Mert Parsons, President, Highway 7 Artists and Crafters Co·op, 326, Jasper, 72641. (501) 428-5224 or (501) 428·5501. KA , NSAS: Open House-North Scenic 7 Spring ed exhibition-Redefining the Lathe-Turned Object. Cali for entries. Slide deadline: October spectus, send SASE to Arizona State University Art Museum, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Tempe, AZ I. CALIFORNIA: Exhibition-International LatheTurn Museum, fourth floor of the May Co., comer of Wilshire and F 60 artists. Contact the museum at (213) 937-5576. Shows-San Bernardino Woodworking Show, May 1-3. Maruko Convention Center, 295 North E St., San Bernardino; Southern California Woodworking Show, May 1517. Long Beach Convention Center, Exhibit Hali 3, 300 Ocean Blvd., Long Beach. For more info. contact The Woodworking Shows, 1516 S. Pontius Ave., Los Angeles, 90025. (800) 826·8257. Festival-9th annual California Strawberry Festival, May 16-17. Fine more info, airf䘇ꗼ Los Workshops-Woodworking for women. Furnituremaking with hand tools using traditional joinery, weekends. Call for schedule: Debey Zito, (415) 648-6861. Solicitation-New artists wanted for the Los Angeles Craft ern sociation. Deadline: June I. For entry forms, contact Southornia Expo, Entry Office, Del Mar, 92014-2216. Cali䘇 lectors, curators, architects, designers. For info, contact Craft Wilshire Blvd., Los Angeles, 90036. (213) 934-7239. Workshops-Various workshops incl. Japanese woodworking, joinery and sharpening. Contact Hida Tool Co., 1333 San Pablo, Berkeley, 94702. (415) 524-3700. & & Art Folk 9. Woodcraft Supply, 4403 S. Tamarac Parkway, Denver. For more info, call (303) 290-6764. Seminars-Woodworking seminars, Sept. thru April. Contact Schlosser Tool and Manufacturing Co., 301 Bryant St., Denver, 802 19. (303) 922·8244. min CONNECTIClfT: Exhibition-Containers, thru May 10. Lyman Allyn Art Museum, New London. For info, cali (203) 443·2545. Juri ed exhibition-24th annual Celebration of American Crafts, ov. 9-Dec. 23. Deadline: July I. For prospec- COLORADO: Classes-Woodworking and related classes, year-round. Red Rocks Community College, 13300 W. 6th Ave., Lakewood, 80401. (303) 988-6160. Seminars-Woodworking seminars thru May. Contact Woodcraft Supply, 4403 South Tamarac Parkway, Denver, 80237. (303) 290-0007. Workshops-Summer woodworking and furniture design workshops, June thru Aug. Instructors include: Silas Kopf, James Krenov and Sam Maloof. For a free catalog, contact Anderson Ranch Arts Center, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. Se ar-Beginning Woodworking for Youngsters, May oodw Museum Research Library. Used by colFolk Art Museum Library, c/o the May Co., 6067 ed Objects: Challenge Angeles. Exhibition of 80 objects by more than N, thru Workshop-Building the Norwegian Pram with Simon Watts, June 6-12. San Francisco Maritime. For info, contact Crissy Field, National Maritime Museum ASSOCiation, Bldg. 275, San Francisco, 94129. (415) 929-0202. Competition and exhibition-Designs in Wood, June 16-July 5. Sponsored by San Diego Fine W call arts craf䘇ꗼ Arts and Pacific orkers As· May 31. show. College Park, O Festivals at (805) 831· 1972. Craf䘇 & Art xnar PO Folk 85287-291 1. Box agazine and must be notified well April isJanuary 1; for July 0- INTE RN or ATION AL : Seminar-FinishFor pro- tus, send SASE to Celebration of American Crafts, Creative Arts Workshop, 80 Audubon St., ew Haven, 06510. Juri front district of South No SASE to SoNo Juried expositon-35th annual Guilford Handcrafts ExpOSition, July 16-18. Town Green, Guilford. For more info, call (203) 453·5947. Exhibition-Windsor Chairs by James Rendi, June 6July 19. Brookfield Craft Center, 127 Washington St., South No PO ed show-SoNo Arts Celebration, Aug. 1-2. WaterFor an application, send Co Box 2222, South No Exhi FLO tree Carving (Barry Leader), June 14--Aug. 2. Brookfield Craft Center, Route 25, Brookfield. Call (203) 775-4526. rwal䘇 ID val, July 31-Aug. 2. Fort Sherman area of North Idaho College campus, Coeur d'Alene. For more info, contact Citizens Council for the AH O: Festival-24th annual Art on the Green festi- 83814. (208) 667-9346. IND workshops including general woodworking, lathe and router seminars. Woodworking Unlimited, 6038 E. 82nd St., Indianapolis, 46250. (317) 849·0193. Juried show-Works in Wood. Deadline: July. For more info, contact Marsha Demkovich, Chesterton Art Gallery, PO Box 783, Chesterton, 46304. (219) 926-3041. IAN IOWA: Juried fair d. For Show, May 23-24. Land Between the Lakes, Aurora. For more information, contact Cindy Lawson, PO Box 1332, Murray, 42071. (502) 753-1460. Workshops-Woodturning and joinery instruction. One· day to one-week courses. Contact Jim Hall, Adventure in W KAN KE pro MAIN䘇: of Crafts, 98 Fine Woodworking Meetings-Kyana Woodcrafters Inc., first TIlUrsday of each month. Bethel United Church of Christ, 4004 Shelbyville Road, Louisville, 40207. (502) 426-2991. Workshops-Traditional Windsor chairmaking instruction. One· week courses. Contact David Wright, 503 Prospect, Berea, 40403. (606) 986-7962. oods Portland Exposition Bldg., 239 Park Ave., Portland. For more information, cali (800) 521-7623. Clas Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 200 Orchard Ridge Drive, Suite 215, Gaithersburg, 20878. (301) 990- 1400. Show-20th biennial Crafts Collection, June 3-July 13. Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville. For more info, contact Mac Ehrlich, 6540 Bradley Blvd., Bethesda, 20817. (301) 365- 1133. Exhibition-10th annual Artscape '92, July 17-19. Crafts exhibition and market, Baltimore. For more info, cali (410) 396-4575. Juri MARYLAN䘇: C1asses-Woodworking for adults and children in day· time, evenings and on weekends. Portland School of Art, 97 Spring St., Portland, 04101. (207) 775-3052. gram PO Juried show-1 5th annual Spring and Crafts Fair, May 1-3, Maryland State Fairgrounds, Timonium. For more info, contact D eann ed show-29th annual Havre de Grace Art Show, Aug. 15-16. Tydings Memorial Park, Havre de Grace. Verdier, Director, Arts Show-Woodworking World Show, May 1-3. seS-Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, summer . For info, contact 1992 Haystack Mountain School Box 518, Deer Isle, 04627. (207) 348-2306. , 415 Center St., Berea, 40403. (606) 986-8083. ciation, Box 132, Clinton, 52733. (319) 259-8308. craf䘇ꗼ. -22nd annual 16-17. Four Square Park, Main Ave., Clinton. Fine For more info, contact Carol Glahn, Clinton Art in tile Park, May and SAS: Juried show-8th Annual Lenexa's ational Art arts Asso Art Show, June 12-14. Sar·Ko-Par Trails Park, Lenexa. For more information, contact Lenexa's National Art Show, 13420 Oak, Lenexa, 662 15·3652. (913) 541-8592. NTlfCKY: Show-Kentucky Lake Arts and Crafts A: Classes-Various woodworking classes and Arts, PO Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, Guild, second Thursday of every month, Winter Park. For information, contact Ed Harte (407) 862-3338. MeetingS-Sarasota Woodworking Club. Second Thurs. of every month. For info, contact Tom Clark, 3544 Oak Grove Drive, Sarasota, 34243. (813) 351-9059. GEORGIA: Fair-Prater's Mill Country Fair 1992, May 9-10. This rural festival takes place on the grounds of an 1855 water-powered mill. Contact Prater's Mill Foundation, 101 Timberland Dr, Dalton, 30721. (404) 259-5765 or (404) 259-3420. Competition-Design Emphasis '92 furniture design competition, call for entries. Sponsored by and held in conjunction with the International Woodworking Machinery World Congress Center, Atlanta. For info on the competition, contact Shirley Byron, IWF, 8931 Shady Grove Court, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. (301) 948·5730. 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. Courses-Various woodworking courses, Feb. thru May. For info, contact Chris Bagby, Highland Hardware, 1045 N. Highland Ave., N.E., Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872·4466. RID & Furniture Supply Fair '92, Aug. 21-24, Georgia . For more information, call (203) 853-6155. bition-Colorful Carvings and Bird Houses by Rain A: MeetingS-Central Florida Woodworkers Arts Celebration, Exhibiting rwal䘇ꗼ rwal䘇ꗼ 06852. (203) 849·9366. Arts mmi ttee, · Deadline: June 15. For an application, send SASE to Art Show, PO Box 174, Havre de Grace, 21078. (410) 8794404 or (410) 939-3303. Juried festival-Maryland Country Music Aug. 15-16. Fair Hill. For more MAS val, 'College of St. Catherine, St. Paul. For info, contact MCC· Festival, Suite 308, 528 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis 55403. (612) 333-7789. Heritage Place, 125I1 Olive Blvd., Creve Juri C1as Ml thru portion of the sales' co kers' Alliance for mada Inn, Billings. Contact Montana Woodcarvers Associ· ation, 2919 Lynn Ave., Billings, 59102. (406) 656·2051. SSOlfRI: Se May 9. For info, contact Wood min ed exhibit-Turned Visions, May 8 ion ance, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, 63130. (314) 725-1177. MONT NEB Desiree Hajny, May 16-17; Carving a Big-Horned Sheep, Sept. 18-20. Midwest Woodworkers Supply, Omaha. For more info, contact Midwest Woodworkers Supply, 13209 I St., Omaha, 68137. (402) 330-5444. NEW H Craftsmanship Institute. University of New Hampshire. For more information, contact Violin Institute, UNH Continuing Education, Brook House, 24 Rosemary Lane, Durham, 03824. (603) 862-1088. Demonstrations-2nd annual Wood Day, May 9. Canterbury Shaker Village. For info, contact Shaker Village, 288 Shaker Road, Canterbury, 03224. (603) 783-9511. Demonstration-Techniques on making chairs and benches with Jim Becker, May 16. Guild of RAKA AM S ew HampPSHIRE: Classes-19th summer Violin AN Rain䘇ꗼmmiss craf䘇oodw Coeur, will thru oodw ars-Various w benefit the W A: Exhibition-Good Wood III, Oct. 2-4. Ra: Classes-Carving a Standing Bear with ses-Woodcarving classes year-round. Also, seminars on wood turning, chair caning and whittling. Special oneweek summer session Aug.lG--14. For info, contact the Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (61 2) 927-7491. orking seminars Supply, Dierberg's 63141. June 27. A or- rest Protection. Contact Craft Alli- 2-3. Minneapolis Convention Center. For more info, contact American Craft Enterprises at (800) 836-3470. Courses-Log building, graduate session (furniture, railings, finishing), May 11-17. For more information, contact Great Lakes School of Log Building, 3544 1/2 Grand Ave., Minneapolis, 55408. (612) 822-5955. Juried show-10th annual Upper Midwest Woodcarvers' Exhibition, July 25-31. Blue Earth. For more information, contact Harley SChmitgen, 31 1 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Seminars-Various woodworking seminars thru May. Contact Woodcraft Supply, Plaza at Oxboro, 9741 Lyndale Ave. S., Bloomington, MN 55420. (612) 884,3634. Juri MI AN MIN year. Boston Center for Adult Education, 5 Common· wealth Ave., Boston, 021 16. (617) 267-4430. C1as CHIG For more information, contact Woodcraft Supply , Heritage Plaza, 14695 Telegraph Road, Redford, 48239 (313) 537-9377. min NESOTA: Fair -American Craft Council Fair, May : Seminar-Basic Wood Technology-Ad- vanced Applications, May 21. Holiday Inn, Kalamazoo. For info, contact Dr. Otto Suchsland: (517) 355-7562 or Dr. Huber: (517) 355-6544. Se ars-Various woodworking seminars thru May 24. ed festival-Minnesota Crafts Festival, June 27-28. den, Governor's Office of SACHlfSETTS: Exhibition-Garden Treasures, May 9-July 11 at 175 Newbury St., Boston; May 18-July 11 at 10 1 Arch St., Boston. For info, contact The Society of Arts and Crafts at (617) 266- 1810. ExhibitionS-Kimberly Keizer and Jay Stanger, thru 22. Clark Galiery, Lincoln Station, Lincoln; Stephen Whittlesey and selections from Peter Joseph Gallery, May 1-30. Gallery NAGA, 67 ewbury St. Boston. For more info, cali (617) 259·8303. Seminars-Various woodworking seminars thru For further info, contact Woodcraft Supply, 313 Montvale Ave., Woburn, Workshops-Painted Surfaces and Faux Finishes with Demetra Andreadis, May 8-10; Carpentry: Design and Build with Lance Hodes, June 2G--22. For more info, contact HoriZOns, 374 Old Montague Road, MA 01801 (617) 935-6414. (413) 549-4841. Show -7th annual Crafts at the Castle, Dec. line: May 18. For an application, contact Crafts at the Castle, Family Service of Greater Boston, 34 112 Beacon St., Boston, 02108. (617) 523-6400. Fair Art & info, & Amh 4-6. -American Craft Council Fair, June 26-28. Eastern States Exposition, West Springfield. For more info, contact American Craft Enterprises at (800) 836-3470. Workshops-Summer workshops at The Heartwood School, Johnson Road, Washington, 01235. (413) 6236677, Workshops-Fundamentals in Fine Woodworking, June 1-12, July 13-24 and Aug. I G--21; Shaker Nightstand, July 13-24 and Aug. 1G--21; Bow Repair and Restoration, July 2G--31; Violin Repair, Aug. 3-14. For info, contact North Bennet Street School, 39 N. Bennet St., Boston, 021 13. (617) 227-0155. ses-Woodworking classes, throughout most of the erst, 01002. DeadMay 16. May Craft Festi· contact Carl HyCulture, (410) 333·4793.
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