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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1987 (65)
Events Listings of gallery shows, major craft fairs, lectures, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers_ We'll list events (including entry deadlines for future juried shows) that are current with the months printed on the cover of the permits_ We go to press two months be issue date of the mag azine, with a little overlap when space fore the well in advance_ For example, tbe deadline for events to be held in March or April is January 1; for July and August, it's May 1, and so on. magaꎗ ALABAMA: Exh 964-7056. ibition-Montgomery woodcarving show, Sept. 18-20. Montgomery Mall. Contact P.M. Chippers Woodcarving Club, 1268 Magnolia Curve, Montgomery, 36106. (205) 263-6088. CALIFORNIA: Workshops-Tools & techniques, with James Krenov's staff, July 27-Aug. 21. Contact College of the Redwoods, 440 Alger St., Ft. Bragg, 95437. tours-AI Garvey, Gary Bennett, Art Carpenter, Michael Bock, Jim Sweeney, Dale Holub, Stuart Welch, Don Braden, Roger Heitzman, July 25Aug. 29. Fee: $30/one-day workshop or tour. Contact Bauline's Craftsmen's Guild, Schoonmaker POint, Sausalito, 94965. (415) 331-8520. Workshop-lumber-drying workshop, Aug. 3-7. Learn how to improve quality and cut costs. Fee: $300. Contact T. Breiner, Univ. of Calif. Forest Products Lab., S. 46th St., Richmond, 94804. (415) 231-9487. Show-"New works in fine crafts," July 7 -18, July 21Aug. 1. Artisan's Gallery, 78 E. Blithedale Ave., Mill Valley, 94941. (4 15) 388-2044. Show-Contemporary furniture masterpieces; Bennett, Maloof, Mattia, Nakashima, 40 others, July 18-Aug. 30. Gallery Fair, Mendocino, 95460. (707) 937-5121. }uried shOW-American Craft Council's Pacific States crafts fair, Aug. 5-9. Piers 2 & 3, Fort Mason Ctr., Bay & Laguna Sts., San Francisco. For trade only, Aug. 5-6; open to public, Aug. 7-9. General admission: $4. Exhibition/sale-2nd annual Valencia artS festival, Sept. 13. Valencia Meadows Park. Booth fee: $30. Contact Karen Grant, 24107 N. San Fernando Rd., Newhall. (805) 259-1750. . Exhibitlon/demonstrations-Tri-Valley Chapter of the Calif. Carvers Guild annual woodcarving show, Sept. 12-13. The Barn, 3000 Pacific Ave., Livermore. Displays, demonstrations, contests, sales. Table fee: '6/ carver, SI8/commercial. Contact Liz Finigan, 587 South N St., Livermore, 94550. (415) 447-3 186. 5598, Snowmass Village, 81615. (303) 923-3181. }uried show-4th annual "Art of C Maru RADgram COLO summer pro O: WorkshopS-Anderson Ranch Arts Ctr. . Frid, Hucker, Kopf, Maloof, Peters, yama and more. Contact Peter Korn, A.R.A.C. Box July 16-19. Denver Art Museum, 100 W. 14th Ave. Pkwy., Denver. Contact L. Witt, (303) 575-5929. raftꎗ CONNECTICUT: Exhibition-30th annual Guilford Handcrafts Expo, July 16-18. Guilford Green. Contact Guilford Handcrafts Ctr., 411 Church St., Guilford, 06437. (203) 453-5948. }uried show-"The Doll Show," Oct. 4-24. Cash awards; open to all craft media. Slide deadline: Aug. 17. Entry fee: SI O. For application, send SASE to The Doll Show, Guilford Handcrafts, Box 221, Guilford, 06437. }uried show-52nd annual juried show of the Society of Conn. Craftsmen, Nov. 7-Dec. 4. Newspace Gallery, Manchester Community College. Slide deadline: Sept. 11. Entry fee: SI 5. Contact Soc. of Conn. C Box 615, Hartford, 06142-0615. }uried show/sale-9th annual holiday exhibition, Nov. 7-Dec. 23. Slide deadline: Sept. 15. For info., send SASE to Holiday Expo, Box 589, Guilford, 06437. FLORIDA: }uried show/sale-25th annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival, Feb. 13-15, 1988. Slide deadline: Sept. 15. Fees: SIO jury; '200 space. Contact Arts Festival, Box 330757, Coconut Grove, 33233. GEORGLt.:}uried show/sale-35th annual val, Sept. 24-0ct. 2, 1988. Piedmont Park, Atlanta. SI 2,000 in prizes. Fees: SIO jury; $175-$400 space. Contact Arts Festival of Atlanta, 1404 Spring St. N.W., Suite 1, Atlanta, 30309. (404)885-1125. raftꎗ arts equipment and machinery. DuQuoin State Fair Grounds, DuQUOin. Exhibitor deadline: July 1. Contact M. Malinauskas, Div. of Continuing Education, So. Illinois University, Carbondale, 62901. (618) 536-7751. artspo- 60201. (312) 328-1 500. Ex 92 Fine Woodworking IDAHO: }uried show-19th annual "Art on the Green," July 31-Aug. 2; outdoor show. North Idaho College campus. Contact Citizens Council for the Arts, Box 901, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. ' ILLINOIS: }uried show-8th annual Fountain Square festival, June 27-28; outdoor show. Contact Evanston Chamber of Commerce, 807 Davis St., Woodland Expo, Oct. 2-3; forestry products, Evan ston, festimen, " show/sale, ine and must be notified Exhibition-"Tuning the Wood," a display of the works of Illinois luthiers. Illinois Center Art Gallery, Chicago, thru July 3; Dickson Mounds Museum, lewistown, Aug. 2-Sept. 13. Contact T. Suhre, Ill. State Museum, Springfield, 62706. (217) 782-7386. Workshops-Various wood/furniture/finish conservation topics, 4- to 5-day sessions, July 6-Aug. 7. Mervin Martin, Deborah Bigelow, Gregory Landry, Robert Walker, James Wertnuth. S75/course. Campbell,Ctr. for Historic Preservation Studies, Box 66, Mount Cartoll, 61053. (815) 244-1 173. INDIANA: }uried show-Sept. 26-27. Madison Chaut. of the Arts, 1119 W. Main St., Madison, 47250. Workshops-Furniture carving & French polish finish, Aug. 1-2; basic wood joinery, Aug. 8; country-style/ animal figure carving, Aug. 15-16. Fee: $30-$100. Beginning-advanced. Contact Brown County Craft Guild, Box 179, Nashville, 47448. (812)331-7101. Village Restaurant, Amana. Demonstrations, wood exhibits, crafts, woodchoppers' ball. Free. Contact Personalized Wood Products, Box 193, Amana, 52203. bition-12th annual Old-Time Country Music Fes- tival & Pioneer Exposition of artS & crafts, Sept. 3-7. Pottawattamie Fairgrounds, Avoca. Reserve booths by Aug. 15. Contact Bob Everhart, Director, 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs, 51501. (712) 366-1136. Exhi MAINE: Exhibition-"Symmetry in Wood," the works of Gordon R. Merrick, July 7-30. Portland Public Library. Veneered mandalas in radiant burl patterns. Contact library at (207} 773-4761, ext. 110. Exhibition-Finalists in Maine stool design competition sponsored by Kennebec Valley Wood workers Assn., July 18-Aug. 30. Portland Perf. Arts Ctr., 25A Forest Ave., 04101. Contact J. Eckhaus (207) 268-4690. Exhibition-2nd annual wildlife carving & art festival, Aug. 1-2. Samoset Resort, Rockport. Contact Dick Knotts, Maine Wildlife Woodcarvers Assn., 5 Hillcrest St., Waterville, 04901. (207) 873-2609. Advisory Committee on Art and Culture, 21 South Eutaw St., Baltimore, 21201. (301) 396-4575. }uried show-24th annual Havre de Grace show, Aug. 15-16. Tydings Memorial Park. Apply by July 1 5. Contact Arts & C Grace, 21078. (301) 879-4404. }uried shows-For info on juried crafts shows thru year end, send 66' in stamps to: Sugarloaf Mtn. Works, 20251 Century Blvd., Germantown, 20874. Exhi Workshop-Building the Herreschoff pram, July 1118. Contact Rick Pauly, Box 158, Suttons Bay, 49682. Exhibitlon-"Young America: A Folk Art History," thm Sept. 13. Henry Ford Museum/Greenfield Village, Dearborn. Contact S. Flamm, Museum of Amer. Folk Art, 444 Park Ave. So., New York, N.Y. 10016. (212) 481-3080. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; workshops and seminars, Sept. 18-20. Michigan Fairgrounds, Community Arts Building, 1120 W. State Fair Ave., Detroit. Contact The Woodworking Show, (800) 826-8257. arts Street Art Fair, Box 1352, MICHIGAN:}uried show-28th annual national fine and crafts fair, July 22-25. Contact Arbor, 48106. Ann MINNESOTA: Workshop/shOW-Relief & animal carving, caricatures, Aug. 9-15. Contact Villa Maria Wood Workshops, Box 37051, Minneapolis, 55437. ses/Seminars-Woodcarving, woodturning. Write for schedule. The Wood Carving School, 3056 Excelsior Blvd., Minneapolis, 55416. (612) 927-7491. Exhibitlon-Woodturning show, thru July 5; Grand Ave. Frame & Gallery. Contact Minnesota Woodturners Assn., Box 26065, Shoreview, 55126. }uried show-5th annual Upper Midwest woodcarv exhibition, July 27-Aug. 1. Blue Clas woodcarvers. Contact Royal Chiselers Woodcarvers Club, 311 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. MISSO & New Faces," July 5-Aug. 8. Wendell Castle, Rude' lJRl Eartꎗ. : Exhibitlon-"Works Off the Lathe: Old ers Open to all Ann MARYLAN crafꎗ룙, Adm Pittsfield. D: }uried show19. For info., send SASE to ArtsꎗArtsꎗ룙 raftꎗ . MASSACHUSETTS: Exhibition-New England July 10-12. Hancock Shaker Village, Rte. 20, ission to fair includes entrance to vil- lage; $6 adults, $2 children, $5.50 students/seniors, SI5 family. Contact Joan Clemons, (413) 443-0188. bition/workshops-8th annual doll house and miniature show & sale, Aug. 16; Sheraton H quet Hall, Rte. 132. Admission: $2.50. Contact G. Harris, Cape Cod Miniature Society, Box 1596, Orleans, 02653. (617) 255-3216. For info. on miniature workshops, send SASE to Box 691, Hyannis, 0260 I. Exhibition-Shaker furniture, July 22-Sept. 20. Art Complex Museum, 189 Alden St., Duxbury, 02331. (617) 934-6634. yann Show-2nd annual fine wood furniture show, Aug.Sept. Traditional and contemporary works. Contact Salmon Falls Artisans Showroom, Box 176, Shelburne Falls, 01370 .. (413) 625-9833. Arbor is Ban, Box 174, Havre de arts & crafts pe '87, July 17ape '87, c/o Mayor's IOW A: Exhibitlon-Holzfest '87, Aug. 15-16. Colony Osolnik, Philip & Ed Moulthrop, David Ellsworth, Hap S 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, 631 30. (314) 725-1151. NEW akwa , many 'others. Contact Craft Alliance Gallery, Art of Furniture," 58 N. Main St., N NEW JERSEY: Workshops-1987 summer wood pro 27-Aug. 25. Toshio Odate, John Wilson, Terry Wolff, John Hart, David van Hoff, Michael DeNike, David van Hoff, Bob Matern, Peter Touhey, James Hutchinson. Limited live-in accommodations. Contact Peters Valley Craft Ctr., Layton, 07851. (201) 948-5200. gram NEW ME XI NEW YO Woodworking and furniture design, July 20-Aug. 5; wood, Aug. 6-21. Elective or 3 credits. RlT Summer Sessions, Rochester Inst. of RK Memorial Dr., Box 9887, Rochester, Workshop-Build a Herreschoff pram, Aug. 8-15. Contact Laurie Rush, Thousand Islands Shipyard Museum, 750 Mary St., Clayton, 13624. (315) 686-4 104. Show/sale-Indian Lake dian Lake School. Contact Indian Lake Boo 374, Indian Lake, 12842. Exhibition-II th annual American crafts festival, July 4, 5, 11, 12. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, N.Y.C. Contact American Concern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Montclair, arts raftꎗ & c competition, Sept. 9-28. Studio 54 Gallery, N.Y.C. Deadline: July 7. Contact Metro Art, Box 286H, Scarsdale, 10583. (914) 699-0969. }uried shows-W show, Sept. 5-7. Ulster County Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Contact Quail Hollow Events, Box 825, W oods tock-New Paltz fall 12498. (914) 679-8087 or 246-34 14. }uried show-Crafts, July 3-5; Aug. 7-9. Contact Chautauqua Crafts Festival, Box 89, Mayville, 14757. }uried show-Crafts: National II, Sept. 9-0ct. 8. Buffalo State College. Sponsored by State University of New York. Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Contact Chair, Design Dep artsoods art wood Ave., Buffalo, 14222; (716) 878-6032. }uried show-Arts and crafts, Sept. 19. Rye Art Center. Contact Janet Levine, Rye Art Center, Box 582, Rye, 10580. (914) 967-0700. artm NORTH crafts shows thru year end. 4th annual High Country Art & Craft Shmy, July 3-5, Scaly Mtn.; 8th annual Summerfest Art & Craft Show, Aug. 14-16, Asheville Civic Center. For info., send legal SASE to High Country Crafters, 29 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-0072. Workshops-Joinery, Nancy Lechner, July 5-18; relief woodcarving, Elmer Tangertnan, July 19-Aug. 1; carving in the round, Hal McClure or Bill Crowe, July 19-Aug. 1; Windsor cha Contact John C. CAR stown, 28902. (704) 837-2775. Worksho July 27-31; Windsor chairmaking, Curtis Buchanan, Aug. 9-14; white oak basketry, Rachel Nash Law, Aug. 24-28-. Tuition '250-'300. Contact D. Langsner, Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Rd., (704)656-2280. OHIO: Workshops-C University. Acoustic guitar construction, non-traditional basketry, others. For credit. Contact D. Croswell, CraftSummer director, Rowan Hall, Miami University, Oxford, 45056. (5 13) 529-7395. Show-Indian Summer Festival, Sept. 18-20. C media. Washington County F er Arts & C ps-irtnꎗ룙㭨 Cam Dana raftꎗ ng, Greenw ood c tact Indian S ietta, 45750. (614) 373-8027. Show/workshops-Woodworking machinery, supplies, tools; workshops and seminars, Sept. 11-13. Cincinnati Convention Ctr., North Hall, 525 Elm St. Contact The Woodworking Show, (800) 826-8257 .. Demonstrations-Traditional use of hand tools, July 18; Aug. 22. Richards' Cabinetry & Mill Co., 410 W. Hartison St., LeWisburg, 45338. (513) 962-4788. umm O wood 71st & KLA LewiMA HO Woodcarv (918) 742-4284. OREGON: ExhibitionS-Numerous shows, exhibitions. The Gallery, World Forestry Center, 4033 S.W. Canyon Rd., Portland, 97221. (503) 228-1 367. hairꎗ룙 raftꎗairgꎗ ummer workshops at Miami ounds, Festival, Box 266, Mari raftꎗ Mar, all etta. Con: }uried show-11th annual national carving show, July 10-12. Kensington Galleria, s, Tulsa. Contact C. Meeks, Eastern Okla. ers Assn., 2676 S. Richmond, Tulsa, 74114. Mars hall, 28753. Hatheway, Aug. 16-29. pbell Folk School, Rte. 1, Brasaking, Drew Langsner, OLINA: }uried shows-Series of juried ent, Buffalo State College, 1300 Elmtock, Exhibition-"Art Nouveau Bing," July 21-0ct. 11. Furniture, jewelry, decorative objects by Siegfried Bing. A Smithsonian Inst. traveling exhibition. Contact Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 2 E. 91st St., New York, 101 28. (2 12) 860-6868. }uried show/auctlon-1987 International NJ, 07042. CO: Exhibition-Functional wood sculp- tures, Daniel Secor, July 12-25. Contemporary Craftsman Gallery, 100 W. San Francisco St., Santa Fe, 87501. (505) 988-1001. : Workshops-With Michael Fortune. One Lomb , Peters Valley. One- to six-day sessions, June HAM ewpo thru PSHIRE: Exhibitlon-"lon Brooks: The Aug. 8. Newport Library Arts Ctr., rt, 03773. (603) 863-3040. show, July 4. Insters, Box & craft & crafts
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