Curators of groundbreaking exhibition Making a Seat at the Table: Women Transform Woodworking discuss their criteria, inspiration, upcoming book, and the role of women in woodworking.
San Diego Craft Collective is opening its doors in the Arts District at Liberty Station in San Diego. 4 curated bench spaces are available, and fall classes kick off beginning in September.
Geoff McKonly, of the Furniture Society Communications Team, spoke recently with outgoing Furniture Society President Forest Dickey about his work, his company (Varian Designs) and his involvement with The Furniture Society.
A new book by Furniture Society member Norman Pirollo. “I have been a Furniture Society member for years and have been greatly inspired by fellow makers in the Furniture Society. So it is my turn to share my journey and experience and hopefully inspire other makers.”
This article, written by Furniture Society Board of Trustees President Steffi Dotson, was reprinted with permission from the Journal of Green Building.
The Furniture Society is proud to help promote the following exhibition at the MAD Museum in NYC. Wendell Castle is a 2001 Award of Distinction honoree, and we’re ecstatic to share his continued accomplishments:
PRITAM & EAMES, the East Hampton gallery specializing in American studio furniture, will close the “bricks and mortar” part of their business by the end of October, but will create an Internet presence to represent the artist-craftsmen associated with the gallery for sales and commissions.
We’re always looking for ways to help our members spread the word!