News

Now rescheduled for June 2020, there are still places available for The Gottstein Trust’s biennial Wood Science Course.

Here's how to head out of town for a while and learn how to make a Windsor chair – or how about a cigar box guitar?

Straight, flush, chamfer and shaped in many different ways, here is a basic compendium of the bits you need to know about.

Amongst its ongoing classes in traditional skills the Melbourne Guild of Fine Woodworking is offering three very special courses this year.

Announcing AWR Student Awards Popular Choice winner 2019!

The first Lost Trades Fair for 2020 promises a unique and diverse line-up of traditional makers who will demonstrate their trades.

This year’s Maleny Wood Expo in Queensland's Sunshine Coast will be even more chock-full of woodworking activities and workshops.

If you do woodwork for a living you might find this short video quite amusing.

Preparations are in hand for open day and expo events.

The Southern Highlands of NSW is soon the place to be to see fine woodwork, tools and timbers as well as woodworking demonstrations.

Accept this fun turning challenge from Andy Phillip and you’ll learn a lot about about precision and jigmaking.

This collection of work by Jon Goulder is a highly personal reflection by a mid-career designer-maker, at the peak of his powers, on the starting point of his practice.

Studio Woodworkers Australia's next exhibition will take place at Sturt Gallery next month.

The lucky winner of Popular Choice for AWR's Student Awards 2019 has a beautiful prize in store for them – and best of all, voting is still open!

Evan Dunstone reflects on the inaugural design and development masterclass which he and US furniture designer maker Adam Rogers led last year.