Chatoyance, an exhibition of collaborations and mentorships by members of Studio Woodworkers Australia, will open on February 18 at Sturt Gallery in Mittagong. Read more
A flurry of activity world-wide as preparations for the 12th Australian Wooden Boat Festival ramp up.
This video of Theo Cook's stunning sunrise dovetail has gone viral, and for very good reasons.
Entries are now open for Australian Furniture Design Award 2017.
Entries for Wood Review's Student Awards 2016 may now be viewed on our website!
An exhibition of works by 21st century Australian designers set within the colonial interiors of Old Government House, Parramatta, NSW.
The recipient of this newly created award will take up a position as artist-in-residence at the Centre for Fine Woodworking in Nelson, New Zealand.
Andrew Goodin explains how and why he came to build a table from a rescued burl, and why there are now spiders on it.
A visit to the Mujingfang factory in China reveals a dedication to producing quality tools and ensuring the job security of its workers.
Students and teaches celebrate their successes in an end of year exhibition that's open to the public.
Check out Jasmine McDonald's fantastic Student Awards 2016 entry, as documented in the video she made.
The Wootha Prize is one of Australia’s best known woodworking competition and with $5,500 in prize money, continues to grow both in reputation and quality.
With Christmas just around the corner, here’s an opportunity to pick up lots of quality handmade timber items for sale at very reasonable prices at a great family friendly event!