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A few helpful pointers to consider when entering this year's competition.

Sad news of the passing of Dr Robert Bell AM, respected curator, designer and artist.

On this particular Saturday afternoon in Sydney you could feel the buzz in the room...see photos of Wood Review's Sydney live event on August 4, 2018.

This year's Spoonies in the Tweed takes place in Uki, NSW from September 29 to 30, 2018 and participants have an opportunity to hone their skills in the lead-up.

This Saturday in Sydney our five amazing speakers will take a multi-layered approach to discussing their "tools for design".

Aussie tradies have one of the highest injury rates of any occupation.

Meet six more of the entrants in the lead-up to the exhibition.

Wood Dust have just announced their Short Masterclass program online.

Proxxon Tools have just announced new distribution arrangements in Australia and New Zealand.

Duncan Meerding was one of 60 designers invited to exhibit in this year's Venice Biennale, and has now received an award at the London 2018 Darc Awards.

A video in which Wood Dust founders John Madden and Evan Dunstone outline some of the festival highlights.

With an attendance of 10,081 over four days, and displays covering 28,000 square metres on two levels of the ICC Sydney Exhibition Centre, this year’s AWISA exhibition topped records.

The Vasa Museum in Sweden is a unique glimpse into woodworking history. Story by Terry Martin.

We introduce six entrants in a series leading up to the exhibition.

The exhibition Design for Life Grant and Mary Featherston is on show in Melbourne until October 7, 2018 at Heide MOMA