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Fine Woodworking : JAN/FEB 1992 (92)
Events Show-Woodworking World Shows, The Albuquerque Show. New Mexico State Fairgrounds, School ArtIFlower Building, Albuquerque, 87198. For info contact Woodworking World Show information line at 1 (800) 5217623 or call (603) 536-3768. NEW YO and gallery artists, thru Jan. 4; Thomas Hucker, Jan. 9Feb. 1; Albert Paley, Feb. 6--Mar. 15; Timothy Philbrick, Jonathan Bonner, Mar. 15-Apr. 15. Peter Joseph Gallery, 745 5th Avenue, New York City, 10151. (212) 751-5500. Classes-Contemporary Woodworking I, Doug Red· mond, 15 sessions be RK American Folk Art, Two Lincoln Sq., New York City, 10023-6214. (212) 595-9533. ses-Dove Shaker Rocker, Eric Eklum. Begin Jan. 14. For more info contact Eric Eklum, 117 Beechview Ave., Jamestown, 14701. (716) 665-5344. Festival-New York International Gift Fair®, Feb. 22-26. Juried. For info and applications, contact Lynn White Show Manager, George Uttle Management, Inc., 2 Park Ave., Suite 1100, New York, N.Y. 10016-5748. (212) 6070, Clas classes. Constantine, 2050 Eastchester Rd., Bronx, 10461. (212) 792-1600. Festival-16th Annual American Crafts Festival, July 4, 5 and July 1 I, 12. Lincoln Center, New York. Juried. Application deadline Jan. 25. Send SASE to Brenda Bri Clas innin American Concern for Artistry & Craftsmanship, P.O. Box 650, Montclair, NJ 07042. (201) 746-0091. Meetings-New York Woodturners Association, first Tuesday of each month. Wood turning techniques exhibits, more. The Craft Student League, YWCA, 610 lexington Ave., New York City. Festival-8th Annual Autumn Crafts Festival at Lincoln Center, Fordham Univ. Plaza, New York. Juried. Aug. 29, 30 and Sept. 5-7. Application deadline Jan 25. Send SASE to Brenda Brigham, American Concern for Artistry and Craftsmanship, P.O. Box 650, Montclair, NJ. 07042. (201) 746-0091. gham Show-Woodstock· New Paltz Arts & Crafts Fair, Spring Show, May 23-25, Ulster County Fairgrounds. Juried. Application deadline Feb. 1; Fall show, Sept. 5-7, appli· cation deadline Feb. 1; Capital Arts & Crafts Market· place, Knickerbocker Arena, Albany, Dec. 4-6, Applica· tion deadline Feb. 1. For info contact Quail Hollow Events, P.O. Box 825, Woodstock, 12498. (914) 6798087 or (914) 246-3414. NORTH C Video course-Wood Technolngy, six· lesson correspon· dence course on the wood industry. For info, contact Vann Moore, Dept. of Wood & Paper Science, North Carolina State University, craf孛 thru 8005. (919) 737-3181. Workshops-Woodworking and woodcarving work· shops, year· round. Including woodcarving, more. Contact John Campbell Folk School, Rte. I, Box 14A, Brasstown, 28902. (800) 562-2440, (704) 837-2775. Meetings-North Carolina Wood turners, second Satur· day of every month. PO levels. For info, contact Eric Hughes, Rte. 3, Conover, 28613. (704) 464,561 1. Show-The Charlotte Woodworking Show, Jan. 24-26. Charlotte Convention Center, Hall A, 101 S. College St., Charlotte, 28202. For info call (800) 826-8257. Course-A Development Program for Managers in the Wood Industry, Jan. 20-24. North Carolina State Uni· versity. For more information, contact Ms. Vann Moore, Department of Wood & Paper Science, North Carolina State University, Box 8005, Raleigh, 27695·8005. (919) 515-3181. Conference-5th Annual Grove Park Also, wood tumi孛 PO Feb. 21-23, Asheville. For info contact Bruce Johnson, P.O. Box 8773, Asheville, 28814. (704) 254-1912. Show-High Point Woodworking & Furniture Supply Show, Mar. 6--7, Market Square Tradeshow Center, High Point. For info contact Trade Shows, Inc., P.O. Box 796, Conover, 28613. (704) 459-9894. Exhibition-Showcase of Woodcarvings, Feb. 22-23, Charlotte. Juried. For info contact Bonita Heffner, Char· lotte Parks and Recreation Dep Inn Arts Drive, Charlotte, 28204. (704) 336-2584. Show-Winterfest Art & Craft Show, Feb. 13-16, Ashe· ville Mall. Contact Gail Gomez, High Country Crafters, 46 Haywood St., Asheville, 28801. (704) 254-7547. Exhibition-Splendors of the New World: Spanish Colo· nial Masterworks, Feb. I-Apr. 26. The Mint Museum of Art, 2730 Randolph Rd., Charlotte, 28207. For info call artm 114 Fine Woodworking ent, 1418 Armory & Crafts, g workshops for all Box 300, Box 8005, Raleigh, 27695- Eddie Howard Wood, Guild, Handi Dec. 31. For info, contact Southern Highland Guild, PO Box 9545, Asheville, 28815. AR OLIN A: Workshops and pro thru Dec. 31; Christmas with the gram stail孛Ⳗ Exhibit-The Art of the Keyboard: Rediscovering Pianos and Organs, thru Jan. 15. New York State Museum, Albany. For more information, contact University of the State of New York, State Education Dept., Albany, 12234. (518) 474- 1201. ses-Various beg ext. 249. 686g and advanced woodworking , thru man, Director, Craft Students League, YWCA of the City of New York, 610 Lexington Ave., New York, 10022. (212) 735-9731. ginnin Exhibition-Swiss Folk Art: Celebrating America's Roots, Jan. 1. For more info, contact Museum of g a Shaker Blanket Chest; Building a g Feb. 4. Contact Ken Cole: Exhibits-Ed Zucca, Michelle Holzapfel (704) 337-2000. Workshops-Swiss cooperage, Jan. 6--10; ladderback chairmaking, Jan. 20-24, Mar. 2-6; Windsor ch Feb. 3-7, Mar. 16--20; advanced Windsor chairmaking, Feb. 17-24. Drew Langsner, instructor. For info, contact Country workshops, 90 Mill Creek Rd., Marshall, 28753. (704) 656-2280. airm NOR World Show, Jan. 24-26. Bismark Civic Center, Sixth & Sweet Ave., Bismark, 58502. For info call (800) 521-7623. TH AK D Toledo Museum of Art. Show-The Columbus W 10-12. Veteran's Memorial Hall, 300 W. Broad St., Colum· bus, 43215. For info, contact Woodworking Association of North America: (800) 521-7623, (603) 536,3768. ses-Traditional Furniture Building, Jan. 25; Cabinet· ry strutures and the use of plywood in cabinetmaking, Feb. 22. The Hardwood Store, 1813 Dalton Dr., New Car· lisle, 45344. (513) 849-9174. Show-The Columbus Woodworking World Show, Jan. 10-12. Veteran's Memorial Hall, 300 West Broad St., Co· lumbus, 43215. For info call (800)521-7623. Convention-Ill th annual convention and Our Town '92 Lumber and Building Products trade show, Feb. 2527, Ohio Lumbermen's Association. Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza and Columbus Convention Center, Columbus. For info contact OLA (614) 267-7816. Exhi Clas O World Show, Jan. 31-Feb. 2. Oklahoma State Fairgrounds, 500 Land Rush St., Oklahoma City, 73147. For info call (800) 521-7623. O third Friday of every month. For location, contact the Guild at PO Box 1866, Portland, 97207. (503) 293-571 1. Show-Woodturning II lathed turned vessels, Mar. 14Apr. 26. Made in Jefferson Gallery, 3259 Jefferson Scio Dr. S.E., Jefferson, 97352. (503) 327-2543. Se KLAH MA RE O to Bowl Turning, Mar. 1; Sculptural Marquetry, Mar. 8. Contact Oregon School of min Barnes Rd., Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. Show-Traditional African Crafts, Hoffman Gallery, Feb. 6--Mar. 1. Portland. Contact Oregon School of Arts and Crafts, 8245 SW Barnes Rd., Portland, 97225. (503) 297-5544. PENNSYLV Arts ing: A Celebration of Spring, May 2-June 7; deadline: Jan. 27. Crafts, Aug. 8-Sept. 20; deadline: Mar. 2. For more info· mation, contact Luckenbach Mill Gallery, 459 Old York Rd., Bethlehem, 18018. (215) 691-0603. Classes-Windsor chairmaking, all levels, weekly and weekends. For more information, contact Jim Rendi, Philadelphia Windsor Chair Shop, PO Box 67, Earlville, 19519. (215) 689-4717. Exhibition-Philadelphia Buyers Market, Philadelphia Civic Center, Feb. 21-24. For more info call (800) 43C Also, , Festival-Central Penn. Festival of the Arts, July 9-12. Juried. Application deadline early March. Call for appli· cation Katherine Talcott, Assistant Director, Central PA Festival of the Arts, P.O. Box 1023, State College, 16804. (814) 237-3682. Se Mark Feb. 20-Mar. 1. Olde Mill Cabinet shoppe, 1660 Camp Betty Washington Rd., York, 17402. (717) 755-8884. Shows-Market Square Traditional Wholesale Shows. Feb. 8-10, Valley Forge Convention Center, King of Prussia. RAFT ext. min et-20th annual Lancaster designer spring art and craft market, June 6--7. Application deadline Feb. 29. Jur· ied. For application send SASE to Lancaster Designer Craftsmen, P.O. Box 552, Lancaster, 17603. For more info call Pegge Shannon (717) 291-1 173 or Lancaster Design· er Craftsmen (717) 295-1500. Competition and show-16th annual Mid·Atlantic Woodcarving Show and Competition, Apr. 4-5. Penn State Abington campus gymnasium, Woodland Rd., Abington. For info call Al Ritter, Show Chairman (215) 757-21 52. Show-Greater Philadelphia Woodworking Show, Jan. 17-19. Sun Center Complex, Auditorium, 63 Concord Rd., Feltonville, 19013. For info call (800) 826-8257. SOUTH working World Show, Feb. 21-23. Columbia State Fair· grounds, Hampton Building, Columbia, 29202. For info call (800) 521-7623. CAR Furniture of the '90s, Aug. 28-0ct. 31. National, juried, art furniture competition co· sponsored by American Soci· ety of Furniture Artists (ASOFA) and ASOFA Institute. En· try deadline: May 2. For prospectus, send a SASE to ASOFA, Furniture of the '90s, TEXA孛: ton,77277-0188. For more info, contact Adam St. John, PO Box 270188, Hous· Competition and exhibition-2nd annual OLIN A: Show-The Columbia Wood· ar-Wood Technology with Dr. Bruce Hoadley. 214 or 216. Stories: The Narrative Art in Contemporary ANIA : Juried exhibitions-Re·Awaken· ars-Furniture Design, Feb. 9 & 16; Introduction and Crafts, 8245 SW GON: Meetings-Guild of Oregon Woodworkers, : Show-Oklahoma City Woodworking Calloodw OTA: Show-The Bismark W oodw bition-Awards in the Visual (202) 357-2700. orking World show, Jan. Arts 10, thru OHIO: Workshops-Doors, Drawers and Panels, Jan. 4; Chests and Cabinets, Feb. 1; Finishes, Mar. 7. Instructor: Earl Richards. Carriage Hill Farm, 7860 Shull Rd., Dayton, 45424. (513) 879-0461. Jan. 26. orking aking, executive director, at (713) 660-8855. Show-The San Antonio Woodworking World Show, Mar. 20-22. Villita Assembly Building, Navarro at Villita, San AntoniO, 78296. For info call (800) 521-7623. Show-6th annual Rio Grande Valley Woodcarvers Inc. show and sale, Jan. 26-27. McAllen Civic Center. For info contact Dorothy Caldwell, PO Box 3824, McAllen, 78502. (512) 631-0422. World show, Jan. 3-5, Norfolk Scope, comer of St. Paul and Brambleton, Norfolk. For more information, call Woodworking Association of North America at (800) 521-7623, (603) 536-3768. Exhibition-Spotlight '92, May 8-July 31. Sponsored by Southeast Region of the American Craft Council and Hand Workshop, Virginia Center for the Craft VIR INIA G line: Feb. 15. For application or info, contact Spotlight '92, Hand Workshop, 1812 W. Main St., Richmond, 23220. (804) 353-0094. Show-12th annual Virginia Crafts Festival, Sept. 11-13, Prince William County Fairgrounds. Jurying begins Jan. 13. For info and applications send three loose stamps (NO SASE) to: Deann Verdier, Director, Sugarloaf Mountain Works, Inc., 200 Orchard Ridge Drive, Suite 215, Gaith· ersburg, MD 20878. (301) 990-1400. Show-The Norfolk Woodworking World Show, Jan. 3-5, Norfolk Scope, on the comer of St. Paul and Brambleton, Norfolk. For info call (800) 521-7623. Arts. W HINGTON: Meetings-Northwest Woodworkers Guild, last Wednesday of each month. Contact Kirk Kel· sey, 744 N. 78th, Seattle, 98103. (206) 789-2142. Show-Rocking furniture, Gilman Village Gallery, Seat· tle. For more information, contact Cheryl Peterson (206) 625-0542. AS Mar. Write for information to Cheryl Peterson, Northwest Gallery of Fine Woodworking, 216 1st Ave. S, #240, Seattle, 98104. Show-6th annual juried show & Sale, Kitsap County Woodcarvers Club, June 13-14. Kitsap Mall, Silverdale. For info contact Chuck Malven, 6015 Osprey Circle, Bre· merton, 98312. Workshops-Steam Bending, Jan. 25; Sailmaking, Feb. 8; Pattern making & keels, Feb. 29. Port Townsend. For more information, contact Northwest School of Wood· en Boatbuilding, 251 Otto St., Port Townsend, 98368. (206) 385-4948. Call 5963 Corson Ave. South, Seattle, 98108. For more infor· mation, call (206) 767-6394. Clas WISCONSIN: Show-The Greater Milwaukee Wood· working Show, Jan. 31-Feb 2. MECCA Convention Hall Arena, 500 W. Kilbo call (800) 826-8257. Festival-20th annual Festival of the or courtyard of the fine urn turning, router and more. Tools 'n Space Woodworking, 338 Catherine St., Victoria, B.C., V9A 3S8. (604) 3839600. CANAD Meetings-Canadian Woodtumers Association meetings, throughout the year. Second Tuesday of each month. Contact Bob Stone, PO Box 8812, Ottawa, Ont., KIG 3J 1. (613) 824-2378. Meetings-Blue Mountain Woodworking Club meetings, throughout the year. Third Wednesday of each month. Contact Glenn Carruthers, PO Box 795, Stayner, Ont., LOM MeetingS-West Island Woodturners Club meetings, sec· ond Tuesday of each month. ISO. (705) 444-1752. Contact Eric Webb, 61 Devon Rd., Beaconsfield, Que., H9W 4K7. (514) 630,3629. Meetings-Northern Alberta Woodcrafters Guild meet· ings, third Thursday, Sept. Also, Lobb, 121 Healy Road, Edmonton, Alberta, T6R lW3. (403) 430-7391. Workshop-with Michael Fortune, Jan. 17-19. North· ern Alberta Woodcrafters Guild. Contact Douglas Lobb, 121 Healy Road, Edmonton, Alberta T6R lW3. (403) 430-7391. thru lumbia, Canada. Show-Ontario Wood Show, Mar. 6--8, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa. Contact Cryderman Productions Inc., 136 Thames St., Chatham, Ontario N7L 2Y8. (519) 351-8344. Kaml ENG Gallery, 56 Earlham St., WC2. Contact Laetitia Powell, P Juried show-Nottingham Woodcarving Competition, May 1-2. Entry deadline: March 13. For more info, con· tact Mr. arnh carvers Association, (0636) 707020. T Feb. 17-21. Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall, 5 Hsinyi Road, Sec. 5, Taipei, Taiwan. (886-2) 725-111. AIWAN LAN R am, Be amin孛 Flint, hon. secretary, Newark & District Wood: Show-Taipei International Furniture show, D: Classes-Woodworking classes. Smith's ter, Dorset, DT8 3NA. (0308) 862204. oops Art Gallery, Show-Beneath the Ice: The Art of the Fish Decoy, Sept. 9-Nov. 4., Karnl oops, British Co· wood tumi孛 g courses. June. Contact Douglas Wisconsin· Stevens POint, Stevens Point. Juried. Applica· tion deadline, Jan. 31. For info contact Festival of the P.O. Box 872, Stevens POint, 54481. Arts Ave., Milwaukee, 53203. For info Apr. 12, Interi· Building at the University of Arts, Arts, A: Classes-Furnituremaking, carving, lathe ses-Various classes available. Contact Woodcraft, for entries-3rd Annual Goblet Show, Feb. and Entry dead· : Show-5th annual orfolk Woodworking
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MAR/APR 1992 (93)