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Our new online initiative!

Provid­ing virtual program­ming that looks at furni­ture’s history, spot­lights members, and demon­strates furni­ture’s role in build­ing a better future. Through group conver­sa­tions, online exhi­bi­tions, inter­views, story­telling, demon­stra­tions, and more, it allows us to amplify and share our collec­tive stories, history, knowl­edge, and skills.

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FS Connects Sketch

A new initia­tive to share ideas and in-process think­ing from some­ones sketch­book every Monday on social media.

Send us your sketch and we just might feature you on Insta­gram!

Katie Hudnall

Woodworker, furniture maker, sculptor, illustrator, teacher, coffee drinker, pun troll.

Several from my sketch­book from the last five months. 

Jason Schneider

Maker/​Educator/​Cardboard Enthusiast

Explor­ing the dynam­ics between the inher­ent corru­gated pattern and carved or turned forms that are made with corrugated cardboard


FS Connects Videos

Infor­ma­tive content to help you engage with our community

Adam Rogers

Designer, maker and owner of AR:S design studio in Portland, Maine

TFS Board Member Reuben Foat talks with Furni­ture Designer Adam Rogers about design­ing for brands, advice for young makers and how tech­nol­ogy plays a role in our industry.

Reuben Foat

TFS Board Member, Furniture Maker & Educator

We can use this time to research, draw, and design our next project… This video for the Furni­ture Society is a mashup of demos I created for my students.

Patrick Dougherty

North Carolina based Sculpture, Carpenter and lover of Nature!

In Craft in Amer­i­ca’s Nature Episode, Patrick discusses his begin­nings at build­ing and exper­i­ment­ing with tree saplings as construc­tion mate­r­ial and how that has trans­lated into large scale, interactive sculptures.


In honor of those students who are grad­u­at­ing, but are unable to have a phys­i­cal exhi­bi­tion, we are pleased to recog­nize them for their hard work and a job well done. Congrat­u­la­tions and we look forward to seeing what the future holds for you!


Don’t miss our Commu­nity Resources page for makers, small busi­nesses, educa­tors, and organizations. 

Help us continue to create new and excit­ing programs such as these. Thank you!