It’s time to let us know which are your favourite entries for Maker of the Year presented by Carbatec!

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Epoxy glue is the tough stuff you love to use, but don’t really want to see!

This year's graduate exhibition for Sturt School for Wood furniture and design students opens November 20 and features work made during the intensive year-long course.

We’re thrilled to finally announce the award winners for Maker of the Year 2021 presented by Carbatec!

William Bayliss is Wood Review’s Overall Maker of the Year 2021, and winner of the Furniture category. Here he writes how the design was developed and made during the recent Canberra lockdown.

Now on show at Sally Dan-Cuthbert Gallery in Sydney, Trunk is a collection of sculptural works by West Australian artist Olive Gill-Hille.

From this Friday through to Sunday you can visit the open studios of twenty talented artists and makers scattered throughout Huon Valley in Tasmania.

Perth based Martin Burgoyne provides us with more information about the intricacies of his Japanese Incense Box.

Three kilometres of hand-coiled reclaimed Tasmanian timber veneer strips make a bold statement in a centerpiece table made by Brodie Neill which recently starred in exhibition launched within London Craft Week.

‘We’re back!‘, said Cooroora Woodworkers Club Inc president, Steve Chapman. ‘Covid forced our hand in 2020 – but here we are – back – stronger than ever!’

Head to Gympie, Qld October 30–31 for demonstrations and workshops featuring over 45 heritage crafts.

We’re excited to announce the shortlisted entries for Maker of the Year 2021 presented by Carbatec!

While the exhibition is physically open to those who can get to the Messler Gallery in Rockport, Maine, USA, 2022, the rest of us can take an excellent virtual tour.

FLOW is an exhibition of wood based works which centre on the creative process, from idea to realisation and refinement.

With things opening up in NSW, a reminder that until May 2022, the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney is celebrating Australia's gum trees with an exhibition and a related series of performances, talks and masterclasses.