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Fine Woodworking : JUL/AUG 1988 (71)
Events Listings of gallery shows, workshops and exhibitions are free, but restricted to happenings of direct interest to woodworkers. We'll list events (including entry dea£llines for future jurled shows) that are current with the months printed on the cover Of majo craft fairs, lectures, January l;for july and August, irs May deadline for events to ALASKA: must be no tifi൚ jects Show," Oct. I-Nov. 6. For more info., contact Tony Bilello, Gallery B, 11 121 N. Rodney Parham Road, little Rock, 72212. (501) 221 -0266. Workshop-Furniture design and construction by master woodworker and furniture designer Frank Ferraro, july 1 1-1 5. Contact Frank Ferraro, Gallery B, 11 121 N. Rodney Parham Road, little Rock, 72212. (501 ) 221-0266. ARKAS AS: TIle Barn, Pacific Ave., Livermore. Free admission; 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. For info., contact Liz Finigan, Tri-Valley Chapter, Calif. Carvers Guild, 587 South N St., livermore, 94550. Show-"Wood Carvers Expo '88," 2nd annual benefits show, Aug. 27-28. Devonshire Downs, Northridge. Admission: 52.50 adults, 75< children 5-12. For more info., contact Calif. Carvers Guild Headquarters in San Simeon at (805) 927-4718; Los Angeles residents call DandeR Productions at (818) 363-0420. Oass-Building the petaluma, a 19'h CALIFORNIA: Simon Watts, july 23-30. Contact National Maritime Museum, Crissy Field, San Francisco, 94 1 29. (4 15) 929-0202. Craft fair ft. call (914) 255-0039 berween 9 A.M. and 5 P.M. EST. Exhibition-"New Furniture '88." Deadline for entries, july 25. Work will be exhibited in Oct. '88 in downtown San Diego and in San Diego Home/Garden Magazine. Call (619) 233-4567 for applications. Entry fee: S25/pros; S 15/amateurs and students. Sponsored by lIan L,el, 4131 Redwood "D," San Diego, 92105; (619) 294-9222 and San Diego Home/Garden MagaZine. Workshop-Lumber drying, Aug. 1-5. Univ. of Calif. Forest Products Lab, 1301 S. 46th St., Richmond, 94804. Call Tom Breiner at (415) 231-9487 for information. .5., with Drew Langsner, Sept. 26-30. Pingree Park, Colo. State Univ. Mt. Campus. Contact Peter Haney, Box 581, Ft. Collins, 80521. (303) 224-3324. Workshops-17 one- and rwo-week summer workshops, the 1988 furniture design symposium "Making a living," and a weekend workshop with Sam Maloof, june-August. Anderson Ranch Arts Center, 5263 Owl Creek Road, Box 5598, Snowmass Village, 8161 5. (303) 923-3181. COLORADO: designer showcases, Sept. 13. Gallery for Fine Contemporary Crafts, 14 liberry Way, Greenwich, 06830. (203) 661-0014. Classes-5-day courses and over 70 one- and rwo-day workshops, june-Aug. Call or write for free catalog, Brookfield Craft Center, 286 Whisconier Road, Brookfield, 06804. (203) 775-4526. Juried shOw-31st annual crafts exposition, july 11-16. Historic Guilford Green; 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. For information, write Guilford Handcrafts Expo., Box 589, Guilford, 06437, or contact Fernn Hubbard or joyce Wright at (203) 453-5947 CONNECTIClJT: of Atlanta "Artists Market," Sept. 10-18. Interested participants must write the Arts Festival of Atlanta, 1404 Spring St., N.W., Suite I, Atlanta, 30309, or call (404) 88511 25 to obtain prospecrus and application procedures. GEORGIA: IDAHO: Juri ed show-20th annual "Art on the Green" festival, Aug. 5-7. Deadline for entries, july 2 I. For entry blanks, contact Citizens Council for the Arts, Box 90 I, Coeur d'Alene, 83814. ILLINOIS: Seminar-Walt Mayer, handcarving wooden feathers, july 24. Free; 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. Tom's Woodshop Inc., 106 South 3rd St., Bloomingdale, 60 108. For more info., call (312) 894-6282. Workshops-34 summer workshops in architectural, decorative arts & maritime conservation studies, 2 and 5 days in Iengm, june 4 thru Aug. 26. For catalog, contact R. H. Seitner, executive director, Campbell Historic Preservation Studies, Box 66, Mt. Carroll, 61053. (815) 2441173 or 244- 1619. Show-17th Annual Midwestern Wood Carvers Show, Nov. 5-6. Belle-Clair Exposition Hall, 200 South Belt E., Belleville. To obtain info. on space for dealers and exhibi- Juried exhibit- 1988 (35th) Arts Festival Exhibition-Beginning of a series of Workshop-Greenwood chairmaking -1988 American Craft Council (ACC) Craft Fair for wholesale buyers, Aug. 10-1 I. Fort Mason Center, San Francisco. For more info., buyers may call the buyersonly phone at (800) 527-3844; in NY and outside the Show-Woodcarving fiesta, Sept. 10-11 . be hekl in overlap when space permits. We go to press two months befo൚ Marc or April I, and so on the magazine, with a little the issue date of the magazine and well in advance. For example, the is Seminars-A number of seminars and work- shops offered by the Alaska Creative Woodworkers Association for its members. For morc information, write 2136 Alder Drive, Anchorage, 99508, or call (907) 278-2455. Show-2nd Annual "Turned Wood Ob- tors, write Don Lougeay, 1830 East "D" St., Belleville, 62221, or call him at (618) 233-5970. Juried show-1988 Evanston/Glenbrook Hospitals' American Craft Exposition, Sept. 8-1 1. The Henry Crown Sports Pavilion, 2379 N. Sheridan Road, Evanston. For taped info., call (312) 492-3938. IOWA: Show-Holzfest '88, Aug. 20-2 1. Colony Village Restaurant, 1-80 Amana Exit 225; Sat. 9 A.M. to 8 P.M., Sun. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M.; free admission. Exhibitors' product line must have at least 80% wood content. For information on Holzfest and also the Rural Crafts Fair arts and crafts section of the World Ag Expo, Sept. 7-10, write Holzfest, Box 193, Amana, 52203 (Administrator RC) or call (319) 622-3100; (319) 668- 1223 (on event day). Show-13th Old-Time Country Music Contest & Festival and Pioneer Exposition of arts and crafts, Aug. 31-Sept. 5. Pottawattamie Counry Fairgrounds. Exhibitors' deadline for open space is Aug. 1 5. For information and reservation forms, write Bob Everhart, director, 106 Navajo, Council Bluffs, 5150 I. tival, Sept. 21-23. Outdoor show, North Blvd., Baton Rouge; booth fees: S 1000S 110. Application deadline is july 15. For prospectus, send LOlJISIANA: Assoc., 427 Laurel St., Baton Rouge, 70801, or call (504) 344-3328 for more info. Juried show-"Made in the Shade," a regional juried crafts exhibit and folk art invitational, july 24-Aug. 12. Baton Rouge Gallery. Louisianna Crafts Council, Box 1287, Baton Rouge, 70821. (504) 928- 1980. SAS MMNE: rowing shell, with Workshops-Marine carving, july 25-29; plane making, pattern making and more, Aug. 1-5. Write or call for details, The Rockport Apprenticeshop, Box 539F, Rockport, 04856. (207) 236-6071. Exhibition-1988 Summer Exhibit, featuring a number of artists in jewelry, paper, glass, wood, furniture & lighting, ceramics, july I-Sept. 5. Nancy MargoliS Lee Gallery, 367 Fore St., Portland, 0410 I. (207) 775- 3822. Workshops-2- and 3-week summer craft classes, june Sept. 2. For detailed course info., faculty and workshop listings and fee info., write Haystack Mountain School of Crafts, Deer Isle, 04627-0087 or contact Howard M. Evans, director, (207) 348-2306. Classes-Post & beam building, Sept. 18-23, and 2- & 3week design and build classes through Nov. For specific class dates and more information, contact Shelter Institute, 38 Centre St., Bath, 04530. (207) 442-7938. 5MARYLAND: Juried show-25th annual Havre de Grace Art Show, Aug. 20-2 1. Tydings Memorial Park. Free to public; 10 A.M. to 5 P.M .. Applications require photos or slides. Call (301) 879-4404 or 939- 3303, or write Box 174, Havre de Grace, 21078. an exhibit of rocking chairs by American craftspeople, june I-july 24. Daily 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. and Sunday 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. Skera Contemporary Crafts, 221 Main St., Northampton, 01060. Workshops-Timber framing, july 11-15, Aug. 15-19; cabinetmaking, Sept. 12-16, Oct. 17-2 1. Contact Hearrwood Owner-Builder School, johnson Road, Washington, 01 235. (413) 623-6677. Juried exhibition-"The Craft of Containment: Vessels in All Media," july 22-Sept. 18. Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield. Contact The Berkshire Museum, "The Craft of Containment," 39 Soum St., Pittsfield, 01201. (413) 443-7171. Show/workshop-9th annual miniature show and sale, Aug. 21; workshops, Aug. 20 from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. For details and advance registration, send SASE (business) to Cape Cod Miniature Sociery, Box 691, Hyannis, 02601. Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 2154 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, 02140. (617) 497- 1136. MASSACHlJSETTS: july 20-23. Downtown area and next to Univ. of Mich. campus. Contact the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Box 1352, Ann Arbor, 48106. (313) 994-5260. Juried show-Woodworking '88, Oct. 27-30. Application deadline: july 1. For application, write Somerset Mall, 2801 W. Big Beaver Road, Troy, 48084. (313) 643-6360. MICHIGAN: masonry workshops. For specific dates and more information, contact Great Lakes School of Log Building, 3544 1/Z Grand Ave., Minneapolis, 55408. (612) 822-5955. Juried show-6th annual Upper Midwest Woodcarving Exhibition, july 25-30. Blue Earth. For more info., contact Harley Schmitgen, 31 1 E. 14th St., Blue Earth, 56013. (507) 526-2777. Workshop-5th annual Villa Maria Woodcarving Workshop, Aug. 7-13. Frontenac. For info., write to Villa Maria Workshop, Box 3705 1, Minneapolis, 55431. Exhibition-6th Annual Guild Sponsored "Northern Woods Exhibit," Oct. 6-9. Bandana Square, Energy Park, St. Paul. Deadline: Sept. 1. For info., contact Bruce Kieffer, Kieffer Custom Furniture, 2269 Ford Pkwy., St. Paul, 551 16. (612) 698-5033. Workshops/seminars-Numerous events. Contact The Woodworkers' Store, 3025 Lyndale Ave. S., Minneapolis, 55408. (612) 822-3338. MINNESOTA: Classes-Basic log-building classes and Juri ed fair-Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Exhibition-"On Your Rocker," Juri ed show-13th annual fall crafts fesE to River Ciry Festivals MISSOlJRI: Show-"Works Off The Lathe: Old and New Faces '88," july Io-Aug. 16. Craft Alliance Gallery, St. Louis. Tues. thru Fri. 12 P.M. to 5 P.M. and Sat. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M .. For more info., contact Barbara jedda, gallery director; Valerie Miller, education director; and Albert LeCoff, director of the Wood Turning Center, at (215) 844-0151. NEW HAMPSHIRE ShOW-30th Annual Canterbury Fair, july 30. Canterbury Center, 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Free admission, S 1 parking. Canterbury Fair, Box 5, Old Tilton Road, Canterbury, 03224. (603) 783-9024 Show-"League Foundation's 55th Annual Craftsmen's Fair," Aug. 6-14. Mt. Sunapee State Park. Festival of New England crafts, art, performing arts and culture. 55 admission good for rwo days. League of N.H. Craftsmen, 205 Main St., Concord, 03301. (603) 224- 1471. NEW YORK: ClaSS-Building the sailing pram with Si- mon Watts, Aug. 13-20. Sea Lion. Contact Dr. Laurie Rush, Thousand Islands Shipyard Museum, Clayton, 13624. (315) 686-4 104. Exhibition-Young Americans 14th National Competition, winners on exhibit beginning in Sept. American Craft Museum, 40 Workshops-Craft students league summer 1- and 2-day workshops beginning june 6. For more info, contact the YWCA of the Ciry of New York, 610 Lexington Ave" New York, 10022, or call Ken Coleman at (212) 735-973 1. Workshops-Hand tool workshops by Robert Meadow, learn to use japanese tools, sharpening techniques, joinery, fumiruremaking, instrumentmaking and more, june 25-26, july 9-10, 23-24, Aug. 6-7, 21-22. The Luthierie, 2449 W. Saugerties Road, Saugerties, 12477. (914) 246-5207. Juried show-Chautauqua Crafts Festival '88, july 2-4, Aug. 12-14. Bestor Plaza, Chautauqua Institution. Contact Gale Svenson, director, Chautauqua Crafts Festival '88, Box 89, Mayville, 14757. Exhibition-Architectural Art: Affirming the Design Relationship, May 12-Sept. 4. American Craft Museum, New York. Admission: 53.50 adults; Tues. 10 A.M. to 8 P.M" Wed.-Sun. 10 A.M. to 5 P.M .. Contact the Museum Education office for special events at (21 2) 956-3535. American Craft Museum, 40 W. Juried show-New Paltz arts & crafts fair, Sept. 3-5. Ulster Counry Fairgrounds, New Paltz. Holiday crafts fair at Old Westbury, jul. 2-4. Ambrose Clark Estate, SUNY College at Old Westbury. Contact Scott & Neil Rubinstein, Quail Hollow Events, Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 679-8087 or 246,3414. Juried show-12th Annual American Crafts Festival, july 2-3, 9-10. Lincoln Center, NYC. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern For Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Montclair, NJ. (201) 746-0091. Juried show -5th Annual Autumn Crafts Festival, Aug. 20-21, 27-28, Sept. 3-5. Lincoln Center, Fordham Univ. Plaza, NYc. Contact Brenda Brigham, American Concern For Artistry and Craftsmanship, Box 650, Montclair, NJ. (201) 746-0091. W. july 21-24 & Oct. 21-23. Asheville Civic Center, Asheville. Adults 53.50; children under 12 free with parent. For more info., contact Guild Fair, Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. (704) 298-7928 Juried show-"Summerfest Art & Craft Show (9th annual)," Aug. 19-21. Asheville Civic Center. All media, all categories; original work only; no kits, molds, plastics. juried by slides/photos; 5140 fee (S125 HCA&CG members). Send legal SASE. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 29 Haywood St., Asheville, 2880 NORTH CAROUNA: 7547 or 254-0070. C1asses-Various courses in woodworking and woodcarving. For calendar and course description info., contact the john C. Campbell Folk School, Brasstown, 28902. (704) 837-2775 or 837-7329. Workshops-5- and 6-day-10ng classes in 11 th annual summer program, june thru August. For details, contact Drew Langsner, Country Workshops, 90 Mill Creek Road, Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. I. sor chairmaking, Shaker boxmaking techniques and Nantucket basketmaking. For schedule and info., contact the Conover Workshops, 18125 Madison Road, Parkman, 44080. (216) 548-3481. OHIO: ing show, july 8-10. Kensington Galleria shopping mall, 71 st and S. Lewis, Tulsa. Sponsored by Eastern Okla. Woodcarvers Assoc. For more info., contact Tom R. Ferguson, Show Chairman, 3421 S. 95th East Avenue. Tulsa, 74 1 45. (918) 627-5169. OKLAHOMA: OREGON: Workshops-Furniture design with Seth Stem, june 20-24; furniture design: techniques and construction, Tage Frid, july 7-10; Tage Frid lecture, july 8. For more info., write Oregon School of Arts & Crafts, 8245 S.w. Barnes Road, Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. PENNSYLVANIA: Exhibitions-Numerous exhibitions and travel programs. For more info., contact the Brandywine River Museum, Brandywine Conservancy, Box 141, Chadds Ford, 19317. (2 15) 388-7601 or 459- 1900. Symposium- 1988 American Association of Woodrurners Symposium-Form, Function & Fantasy, Sept. 15-17. Show -12th annual national woodcarv· Workshops-Summer courses in turning, Wind(704) 254Show -41 st Annual Guild Fair '88, 53rd St., New York, 10019. 53rd St., New York, 10019. 100 Fine Woodworking
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