Women makers at all stages of their career are invited to express their interest in being considered for inclusion in the exhibition Beyond Ordinary – Contemporary Women Makers. Read more
Marrickville’s Tyla Veney is carving her own path as a bespoke furniture maker, focusing on bucking the trend and turning her passion into a career in a male-dominated trade area.
No festival this year but events are on the horizon from Australian Wooden Boat Festival organisers.
A record-breaking tree has recently been discovered on the edge of a proposed logging coupe near Maydena in southern Tasmania.
A new aid to safer woodworking is slated for shipping in March 2021.
Studio Woodworkers Australia’s second exhibition for 2020, Furniture Defines Home, opened at the Bungendore Wood Works Gallery on Saturday November 14 and runs until March 30, 2021.
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Without words or background music, this is a focused and refreshingly calm approach to visually documenting the making of an object.
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.
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!
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The Scheppach Chisa 7.0 is a compact mortising machine that requires as little as 1200 x 770mm floor space.