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The class of JamFactory 2020 has produced one of the best and brightest groups of Associates yet.
Students of fine woodworking are once more able to gather in Melbourne to attend classes and develop their skills.
Proposed changes to the School of Art and Design include disestablishment of the Furniture and other Workshops along with staff cuts. Letters of support are requested by December 2.
It’s time to let us know which are your favourite Maker of the Year entries!
Are you a film maker? Or a maker of another kind? Entries are invited for Makers' Film Festival 2021.
Announcing the award winners for Australian Wood Review's inaugural Maker of the Year competition!
With Christmas around the corner our gift for you is a fabulous subscription offer – 40% off 1-year PLUS (Print + Digital) subscriptions.
The Scheppach Chisa 7.0 is a compact mortising machine that requires as little as 1200 x 770mm floor space.
Carbatec are pleased to announce the arrival of Amana Tools to the Australian market.
Thirty bold colours and specialty box sets are now available to those who use resin for their woodworking and other craft pursuits.
An acquisitive prize of $20,000 will be awarded to the winner with other non-acquisitive awards on offer.
A new imprint for woodworkers from Jeff Donne offers titles from his Library of Modern Sloyd, as well as events and workshops to participate in.
The first "masters of China" exhibition showcasing handicrafts opened in Zhejiang province on last Sunday and will last until Thursday, aiming to promote the arts, crafts and rosewood furniture sectors in China.
It's our pleasure to announce the shortlisted entries for all four categories of Maker of the Year 2020!
As a commemoration of what would have been James Krenov's 100th birthday, The Krenov Foundation is hosting a virtual JK100 exhibition on their website.
A new exhibition celebrates the best of handcrafted furniture and objects in wood, at a time when there's more attention and appreciation for fine Australian design and craftsmanship.