With all the joy that an event can promise in a pandemic struck world, the Blackall Range Woodcrafters Guild have happily set the date for a one-day sales event at their club facilities in Montville, Qld. Read more
As interest in the use of timber grows, there is a reported surge in demand for professionals with expertise in the design and manufacture of wood products.
The old normal is coming back at one Melbourne woodworking school.
Hardwood components, some basic tools and supplies are now an avenue to learn woodworking and relieve COVID related anxiety.
Thinking of entering Maker of the Year awards? Here are some tips to help show your work to best effect.
Thirty three contemporary women makers will show work in an exhibition to take place at Sturt Gallery, NSW in February next year.
We asked the new Head of Sturt about her background and plans for the Wood School and its exhibition program.
Why we make things can often be more important than how. This year’s Maker of the Year awards entrants are portraying a range of issues and emotions that inspire and influence the things they make.
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Made of plantation-grown Queensland hoop pine, the "world’s largest acoustic guitar" is described as an instrument, a meeting place and a space for contemplation and conversation.
The Tools, Timber and Techniques Weekend is a popular event on the West Australian woodworking calendar.
New research from Western Sydney University can now offer an explanation for the phenomenon known as ‘die back’.
Help is sought from the general public in a research program that focuses on the native borers that are decimating alpine tree species.
Steve Der-Garabedian’s new book, Veneering Essentials explains veneering processes via a series of simple projects.
Events may gradually be coming back into our lives with the Bathurst Heritage Trades Trail set to take place in April.
American oak is popular but let’s not forget our homegrown timbers that offer similar colour and strength.
After giving classes in woodworking on a small PNG island, Wood Review author Richard Vaughan has maintained his involvement in an organisation that has grown to provide a wide range of community support projects.