The work of Julie Ryder and a selection of 2018 graduates from several institutions as well as emerging practitioners will soon be presented in Craft ACT exhibitions. Read more
Not long now until the start of the largest wooden boat festival in the Southern Hemisphere.
A 15 year labour of love, Kevin Bird's six metre high, all-wood clock has now found a permanent home.
Phil Young's sculpted 3D impressions portray wood in a differently dynamic way.
This year and next, renowned furniture designer makers from New Zealand, Australia and Canada will teach full time and short courses in a range of woodworking skills and processes.
Head to our Facebook page to vote for all your favourite Student Awards entries now...
The SF18 catalogue is now at the printers and available for pre-order. It includes images and makers' statements for each piece along with essays from the organisers and judges.
"My aim was to exceed my limitations and express my skills through a variety of techniques", said Ben Bond. In the video you can see how he meant what he said. Entered in AWR Student Awards 2018.
Melbourne's new open access makerspace is a place with tools and equipment where people come together to make things.
This video shows how, with curved tops that slide apart and hold tools within, this is a complex and clever design. Entered in AWR Student Awards 2018.
The 2019 Sunshine Coast Wootha Prize has added a new, exciting category. Tiny Treasures will acknowledge work that is small in scale but big on design and craftsmanship.
The latest in a Shoji and Kumiko Design series covers diamond kumiko patterns, including the "mind-blowing" four-way joint.
An entrant for Wood Review's Student Awards 2018, Owain Pierce didn't take the easy way out when he add all kinds of curves and features to the desk he designed and made.
This Student Awards 2018 entrant really thought outside the box by designing a whole new joinery system for furniture...
On the back of this year's success, WMF will be "grandly held again" next year to showcase a wide array of stage-of-the-art equipment and technologies...and it does look big.
Based in Vietnam, PGT-Reclaimed employs 700 people and distributes all over the world. It is owned by an Australian, Ian Burden who has lived abroad for 25 years.