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Fine Woodworking : MAR/APR 1988 (69)
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 magazine, with a little overlap when space permits_ We go to press two months before the issue date of the magazine and must well in advance_ For example, the deadline for events to be held for july and August, it's May fit log construction, Mark Fritch, May 4-15, tuition $325; building a sailing pram, Simon Watts, May 18-27, tuition $375; S25 reduction if registered by Mar_ 1_ Harmony Point Wilderness Lodge_ Contact Harmony Point Lodge, Box 11 0, Seldovia, 99663. (907) 234-7858. Semlnars-A number of seminars and workshops offered by the Alaska Creative Woodworkers ALA members. For more information, write 2136 Alder Drive, Anchorage, 99508; or call (907) 278-2455. Asso ARIZONA: Seminars-Realistic pronghorn antelope carving, Tony Weaver, Mar. 17-19. Church of the Holy Cross Lutheran, 31 IO N. Hayden Rd. Contact Dave Rushlo-Woodcarvers Supply, 2530 N. 80 Place, Scottsdale, 85257. (602) 994-1233. ARKANSAS: Exhibition/workshop-Works in wood, exhibition and sale, April 9-May 8; furniture design and construction workshop by Frank Ferraro. For more info., contact at Gallery B., 11 121 N. Rodney Rd., Little Rock, 72212; or call (501) 221-0266. IFORNIA: Class-Simon Watts' building the sailing pram, Apr. 2-9. Contact Nat'l Maritime Museum Crissy Field, Seminar-Joinery and tools, Apr. 1 1-22. Japanese masters seminar by Fujieda Hiro Aki. Mahogany West, Sacramento, 95826. For more info., call (916) 731-5489. Juried show-West Coast Woodworking open juried furniture show, July. Highlight Gallery. Send SASE for prospectus ro Highlight Gallery, Box 15 15, Mendocino, 95460; or call (707) 937-3 132. Juried show-1st annual nat'l "Site Specific Lobby/ Lan CAL soc., tition. Slide deadline Apr. 29; fee S7.50/slide (no limit to the number of slides) . Distinguished jurors of tOP nat'l firms; tour planned to nat'l trade conventions 1988- 1989. For application, write Daveen Fine dsca pe/Architectural Arts CONNECTICUT: Exhibltion-"Container Exhibit," May 4-24. juried DIS Washington Craft Show, Apr. 22-24. Departmental AuditOrium, 1301 Constitution Ave., TRI shops, Feb. 27-May 7, and a 3-day workshop by Tage Frid, Highland Ave., Dept. F, Atlanta, 30306. (404) 872-4466. Mar. ILLINOIS: Class-Simon Watts' building the Herreschoff pram, Apr. 23-30. Contact Bruce Hclmreich, RR-3, QUincy, 62301. (217) 434-8742. Jurled show-9th annual Fountain Square arts festival, Jun. 25-26. Outdoor show. Application deadline Apr. 8. Contact EvanstOn Chamber of Commerce, 807 Davis St., EvanstOn, 6020 I. (312) 328- 1 500. IND sions of a New Spirit," Apr. 30-Jul. 5. Conner Prairie, Noblesville. Exhibition from the Museum of American Folk Art permanent collection. Contact Susan Flamm, 444 Park Ave. S., NYC, NY 10016. (212) 481 -3080. Show-Hand-crafted wood furniture, Sept.'88. ChestertOn Art Gallery. Slide deadline Jun. 30. Send SASE for more info. to Marsha Demkovich, Chestenon Art Gallery, Box 783, Chestenon, 46304. (219) 926-304 1. Exhibition-Turned bowls by Betty ). Scarpino, April. Center for Creative Arts Gallery, 6263 N. Carrollton Ave., (Broad Ripple Village), Indianapolis, 46220. IAN Apr. 2-May 2. Contact Gallery of Fine Arts, Topeka Public LibrMY, 1515W. IOth St., Topeka, 66604- 1374. (913) 233-2040. Juried show-Dimensions '88, May 13-5. 4th annual KAN 108 SAS: Exhi A: Exhi bition-Topeka crafts competition 12, bltion-"American Folk Art: Expres& 25-27. Contact Highland Hardware, 1045 N. FLORIDA: Show-''W ood ,'' hibition featuring Perry Allen and Bob Kopec. New Day Gallery, Pine Castle Center of the St., Orlando, 32809. For info., call (305) 855-746 1. GEORGIA: Workshops-Various 1- Mar. Arts, 60 15 Randolph 2-day work- Applications due April I . Send SASE to: Container Exhibit, Guilford Handcrafts, Inc., Box 589, Guilford, 06437. craf CT OF COLUMBIA: Jurled show-1988 .W. Featuring more than 100 anists; general admission S5. Contact Smithsonian VisitOr Information and Associates' Reception Center at (202) 357-2700. 4-Apr. 15. A duo ex- 4111 Lincoln Blvd., -358, Marina del Ray, CA 90292. (213) 398-0151. Arts, exhibition. TIle Mill v.tllery. San and Public Space" compeFrancisco, 94 1 29. (4 15) 929-0202. P'Mharn As- itl March or April is january and so on. 1, be notified 1; SKA: Workshops-Wilderness workshops; scribeciation for its nat'l 3-dimensional an show. Outdoor show-Lenexa's Sar-Ko-Par Park. For info. and entry forms, contact William H. Nicks, Jr., Show Director, Ciry of Lenexa, 12350 W. 87th St. Parlcway, Lenexa, 66215. LOUISIANA: Convention-2nd Nat'l Convention of Craftspeople, Apr. 16-20. Featuring seminars and workshops on advenising, publiCity, law, creative displays and other craft-related topics. New Orleans. For brochures and registration info. , contact The Nat'l Convention of Craftspeople, I I CA 94952. (800) 321-1213. Show-FestForAlI'88 and FestForAlI Gallery Show, May 20-23. FestForAlI will be held downtown, North Blvd.; gallery show at BatOn Rouge Gallery in Ciry Park; opening reception 7-9 P.M., May 21. For more info., contact Gina Castle, River Cit)' Festiv-"I I Sept. 18-23; and 2MAI Arts &YLA MAR NE: ClasseS-Post beginning in Mar. through Nov. For specific class dates and more information, contact Shelter Institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. & & Fairgrounds, Gaithersburg. I I th Annual Spring Crafts Festival, Apr. 29-30 grounds, Timonium. For detailed info., send 66' in postage stamps to Deann Verdier, DirectOr, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 2025 I Century Blvd., GermantOwn, 20874. (30 I) 540-0900. & MASSACHUSETTS: Juried show-Art at Work, handmade furniture for the office. Slides due May 15; entry fee S I 5. Send up to 6 slides, fee and SASE to: The Sociery of 021 16. (617) 266-1810. Workshops-Cabinetmaking, Apr. 25-29; finish carpentry, May 9-13, June 13-17; comprehensive housebuilding, May 16-June 3, June 20-July 8; timber framing, July 11-15, Aug. 15-19. Contact Heartwood Owner-Builder School, Johnson Road, WashingtOn, 01235. (4 13) 623-6677. Exhibition/Workshop-Exhibition of work by Tagc Frid, Mary Lee Hu, Susan and Steven Kemenyffy and Warren Seeling, Mar. I-Apr. 10; reception and gallery talk, Apr. 9; and weekend workshop series, Apr. 9-10. The Gallery at the Worcester Center For Crafts. For more info/brochure, contact: Worcester Center For Crafts, 25 Sagamore Road, Worcester, 01605. (617) 753-8183. Show-"Woodworking World 1988," Apr. 29-May 1 . The BostOn Show, Bayside Expo Center, BostOn. Admission $6. For more info., contact Christine Murphy at (603) 536-3768, COl Productions, Box 796, Rt. 3 Arts Cummings Hill Rd., Plymouth, NH 03264. MINNESOT & A: Exhibition-The Turned Message II, April 1-29. Grand Avenue Frame and Gallery, 964 Grand Ave., St . Paul, 55 I 05. For information, call (61 2) 224-9716. Craft fair-I 988 American Craft Council (ACC) Crafl Fair for wholesale buyers, Apr. 6-7. St. Paul Civic Center. For more info., buyers may call the buyers-only phone (800) 527-3844; in NY and outside the U.S., call (914) 255-0039 between 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. Demonstratlon-MN Woodturncrs Assoc. demonstration by woodturner Rude Osolnik, Mar. 26. Contact: M Woodturners EST. 55126. (6 12) 483-3489. Asso apy annual expo; annual creative information, contact Leslie Abrams, Chairperson, Creative 11 205. (7 18) 636-3428. Exhibition-lith Annual Wood Carving Exhibilion, May 7-8. Creative ArtS Building, Erie County Fair Grounds, Hamburg. Free admission, non-juried; sponsored by the SouthtOwns Wood Carvers of Western NY. Jur/ed show-International Art and Craft Competition 1988. Slide submission deadline May 16. For application, write to l.A.C., Dept. Arts 10709; or call (9 14) 699-0969. NORTH FW, of Visual Art," May 20-22. Raleigh Civic Center. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 19 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-7547 or 254-0070. CAR OHIO: Show-The Great Lakes wood carving exhibit, May 14-15. Brooklyn Recrealional Center. For exhibition information, contact Ed Katzenmeyer, 116 Drive, Akron, 443 13. (216) 864-0784. Show/semlnar-"Woodworking World," Mar. 11-13. The Columbus Show, Veterans Memorial Hall, Columbus. Machines, tOols, supplies, demos, seminars, door prizes. Admission: S6. Contact COl Productions, Box 796, Plymouth, NH 03264. (603) 536-3768. Goodh Fine Woodworking Box 245, Eastchester, OLINA: Jurled show-"NC Showcase arts Therapy Dept., 200 Willoughby Ave., Brooklyn, tran NEW JERSEY: Auction-Annual antique and user tool auclion, Apr. 9. Begins at 10 A.M_, free, approx. 450 lots. Holiday Inn, ClintOn. For info., write C of New Jersey, 85 Brunswick Ave., Lebanon, 08833. NEW YORK: Exposltlon-lhe Pran creative itions and transformations, arts spring institute, Mar. 14-19. For Mar. RAFT S ther19; c., 667 Harriet Ave., St. Paul, and Crafts, 175 Newbury Street, BostOn, May I. Maryland State Fair- ND: Jurled shows-13th Annual Spring Crafts Fair, Apr. 15-17. Monlgomery Counry Assoc., at (504) 344-3328. beam building, Apr. 10-15, 3-week design and build classes Liberty St., Petaluma, PENNSYLV carving Show ANIA: Show-1988 Mid-Atlantic WoodCompetition, Apr. 9-10. Open 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.; S3 donation, children under 12 (w/ adult) free. Penn State (Ogontz) Abington Campus Gym, AbingtOn. For more information, contact: The PA Delaware Valley Wood Carvers Assoc., Box 69, Willow Grove, 19090. Juried show-6th annual PA Nat'l & 25-27. PA state farm show complex. For information, send SASE to: PA National 11469, Harrisburg, 17108- 1469; or call Lew Kishbaugh at (7 17) 763-1254. Arts & TENNESSEE: Juried show-Master furnituremakers show, Dogwood dividuals and those representing woodworking schools. Contact Dogwood Arts Festival, 203 Fon Hill Bldg., Knoxville, 37915. (61 5) 637-456 1. Workshops-Bowl and plate turning and carvingtechnique and design, Alan Stirt, Mar. 6-11 ; woodturning, Del Stubbs, Mar. 13-18, Mar. 20-25; woodturoing and design, Leo Doyle, Mar. 27-Apr. I. For more information and/or a spring brochure, write: Arts School of Arts and Crafts, Box 567, Gatlinburg, 37738; or call (6 15) 436-5860. Arro TE XAS: Jurled fair-Annual Cr.tfts TX Show-21st annual Winedale Spring Festival and 13th Crafts Exhibition, April 9-10. Winedale HistOrical O. Center, Univ. of Texas, Austin. Gates open at 10:30 A.M.; festival admission $2 (adults), $.50 (students). For further information, call (409) 278-3530. UT AH: Jurled show-Celebration '47, Apr. 14-May 6. 47th annual multi-media an exhibition. Braithwaite Gallery, S. Utah State Coli. Cedar City Art Committee, Iron County School District, Box 879, Cedar City, 84720. VIRGINIA: Auction-7th Annual Tool Auction for collectOrs and users, Mar. 12. A "club" auction sponsored by PATINA (PotOmac Antique Tools and Industry Assoc.), Alexandria (near D.C. and nat'l airport). For a complete list of over 500 quality tools, send a SASE to Karl Sanger, 14516 Carona Drive, Silver Spring, MD 20904; or call (30 I) 384-4377. Show-8th annual Herndon Antiques Show and Sale, Apr. 8-10. Herndon Community Center, 813 Ferndale Ave., Herndon, 22070; (703) 435-6870. For info., contact the Herndon Woman's Club, Box 334, Herndon, 22070. WASHINGTON: Workshops/seminars-Various classes, seminars pram construction to building a tOol box, March. Center for Wooden Boats, 10IO Valley St., Seattle, 981 09. For more info., call the center at (206) 382-2628. Workshops-Sail making & Ave., S., Seattle, 98104. (206) 625-0542. WEST VIRGINIA: Exhibition-Craftsmen in Wood: NW Eastern Panhandle, Mar. 20-Apr. 24. The Admiral Boarman House, 208 S. Queen St., Martinsburg, 25401. (304) 263-0224. AUSTRALIA: Competition/exhibition-International exhibition of woodcrafts and wooden artifacts, Apr. 25-May I. Includes woodturning, cabinetmaking, carving and more. Objects must use Australian-grown timber. Contact Australian Forest Development Institute, Box 802, Albury NSW 2640. (060) 411266. CANADA: Show-Belleville's Wood Show, Mar. 18-20. Ben Bleecker Auditorium, Fairgrounds, Belleville. Featuring exhibits, seminars, juried competition, sales, prizes and demos. For info., write to: The Quinte Wood Show, Box 973, Belleville, Ontario K8N 5B6. I CHINA: Study tour-George Frank woodworker's 1988 study trip to China, June 3- 19. Visits to traditional Chinese furniture factories, lacquering shops, the restoration centers of the forbidden ciry in Beijing, etc. Reservations close Mar. 15. For details write Eva F Beneva Rd., Sarasota, FL 34232; or call (813) 923-3377. EUR rank OPE: Trlp-Timber-fr ue ITALY: Study tour-Seminar on Italian furniture with George Frank, Oct. 12-26. Visits to craft, art and restOration centers of Milan, Verona, Florence and Rome; and seminars on the artistic Renaissance furniture made in the Tuscany craft centers. For details write Eva Frank, 3504 Beneva Rd., Sarasota, FL 34232. (813) 923-3377. , 3504 dmers' tour, sponsored by Mafell N. Anlerica Inc., tentatively scheduled for June. For information, contact Mafell N.A., Inc., Box 363, Lockport, NY 14094. (716) 434-5574. st annual Quinte Mar. 12; planking, Mar. 19; interior joinery, Apr. 9; oar making, Apr. 16; and repair & Contact: Northwest School of Wooden Boatbuilding, 25 l Otto St., Pon Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-4948. Show-"Small Tables," Mar. 3-27. Featuring tables for telephones to tables for tea by gallery members and other & woodworkers. Nonhwest Gallery, 202 1st maintenance, Apr. 23. repair, Mar. 5; caulking, workshops ranging from plywood HoustOn Int'l Festival, April 9- 17. Contact Barbara Metyko, Houston Int'I Festival, 2 HoustOn Center, 909 Fannin, Suite 890, HoustOn, 770 I & Arts (7 I 3) 654-8808. Exposition, wmont Festival, April 22-24. Open to inArts & Crafts, Mar. Crafts Show, Box
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