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Lisa and Glen Rundell, founders and organisers of the Lost Trades Fair have announced that in 2020 their Victorian event will be hosted by the City of Greater Bendigo.

Andrew Potocnik sums up the events at last week's Wood Dust Australia in Melbourne.

Richard Raffan writes about the life and work of master craftsman David Upfill-Brown.

Here’s a woodworking joinery challenge that you need minimal tools for, but lots of layout and hand tool skills.

A recent announcement from Dave Jeske, founder and tool designer, reveals the next phase in this high quality brand’s development.

Entered in AWR's Student Awards 2019, this cabinet was designed with an ambient light feature and with storage for an aromatherapy collection.

Gallery Sally Dan-Cuthbert officially opens today and presents a collection of work by 29 designers and visual artists.

2020 marks the eleventh edition of International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa 2020.

JamFactory is making significant changes to its highly acclaimed Associate Program.

Sawing your own slabs and sections can open up a host of possibilities.

Sculpture, woodcuts and watercolours by John Wolseley and Mulkun Wirrpanda, along with a "cabinet of wonders" by Linda Fredheim are on show at Australian Galleries in Melbourne.

Iris, an adjustable circular compass, has surpassed the UK£200,000 mark on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.

The Sydney Knife Show is Australia’s largest knife show and features knives and tools made by Australia’s top knifemakers.

Fifteen artists sing their own song to nature’s tune.

For this year's Spoonies in the Tweed weekend workshops, a special Artisan Challenge is also offered to participants.