Canadian designer and fine woodworker Michael Fortune was recently both mentor and participant in an artist residency at the Centre For Fine Woodworking in Nelson, New Zealand. Read more
When carpenter Ryan Grieger, cabinetmaker Nick Johnston and joiner Joshua Morrissey started their apprenticeships they never dreamed they’d need a passport for work.
Take your skills forward by learning skills of the past in a workshop that teaches the fundamentals of wheelwrighting.
An exhibition of works in wood and metal that celebrates the late Neil Scobie and the natural world.
Perth Wood School's annual Tools, Timbers & Techniques event is coming up very soon and features an expanded range of displays and events.
Retail therapy for wood and metal workers is just around the corner with a giant three day sale scheduled for the end of March.
Seven students and three schools took out line honours in Wood Review's annual competition for year 11 and 12 students of woodworking. We asked them what their woodworking plans were for 2018...
In association with the Australian Design Centre, applications for Workshopped 17 are now open.
Wood product imports topping $1.2bn in the Saudi market has spurred the launch of Wood Tech & Design Expo, debuting in Jeddah, January 22–24, 2018.
Staged within a few days and 300km apart in Germany, one ticket buys entry to both events.
The 4th Lost Trades Fair will soon highlight over 100 talented artisans and craftspeople in Kyneton, Victoria.
The world’s first smart drill press is now available in Australia. Check out some of the features it boasts.
The Melbourne Hand Tool Event is all systems go for March 18–19, however this year it will take place at a different location.
On the weekend of February 18–19, Sturt School For Wood featured its annual Tools & Techniques event along with the opening of an exhibition of new work by past students.
Inspired by nature and in particular trees, US sculptor John Grade's Middle Fork installations have been created with the help of thousands of volunteers.