The Lost Trades Fair at the Bendigo Racecourse be the first fair back since March 2020. Read more
After a year’s absence due to Covid, the US San Diego Fine Woodworkers Association is now calling for entries for its 39th Annual Design in Wood Competition.
Imagine if the original makers had received the amount recently paid for this centuries-old table?
Votes are tallied! These are your favourite entries for 2021.
How a ‘fallen giant’ in Melbourne's Royal Botanic Gardens was reincarnated as a sculptural meeting area and place of contemplation.
From December 16, the Centre for Fine Woodworking, New Zealand will present its annual showcase of student work in an exhibition titled Emerge.
Woodworker and educator Doug Stowe makes a passionate case for reintegrating mind and body in both education and life in his new book.
19-year-old Newcastle carpentry apprentice Monica-Lee Morris is challenging stereotypes while building a career.
After a trying two years, RMIT furniture design graduates were excited to present their 2021 graduate show.
It’s time to let us know which are your favourite entries for Maker of the Year presented by Carbatec!
Something to celebrate – we've just launched an amazing print + digital 40% off subscription offer.
Epoxy glue is the tough stuff you love to use, but don’t really want to see!
This year's graduate exhibition for Sturt School for Wood furniture and design students opens November 20 and features work made during the intensive year-long course.
We’re thrilled to finally announce the award winners for Maker of the Year 2021 presented by Carbatec!
William Bayliss is Wood Review’s Overall Maker of the Year 2021, and winner of the Furniture category. Here he writes how the design was developed and made during the recent Canberra lockdown.
Now on show at Sally Dan-Cuthbert Gallery in Sydney, Trunk is a collection of sculptural works by West Australian artist Olive Gill-Hille.
From this Friday through to Sunday you can visit the open studios of twenty talented artists and makers scattered throughout Huon Valley in Tasmania.