With AWR Student Awards we acknowledge the achievements of teachers as well as students. Wood Review Editor Linda Nathan spoke with Jayden Taccori, two of whose students won awards last year. Read more
This year's Clarence Prize award winners have now been announced.
Inspired by nature, an exhibition of works in mixed media by Silvio Apponyi and Pamela Griffith will soon open at Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, NSW.
Confluence: Tradition and Innovation in Contemporary Aboriginal Design will exhibit striking contemporary Aboriginal design that is the result of strong partnerships and collaborative practices.
Red Gum, an exhibition which tells the story of Eucalyptus camaldulensis through ecology and art will open at Wangaratta Art Gallery on September 23.
Another entry preview for our Student Awards 2017 competition – check out this video!
Entries are starting to arrive for our Wood Review Student Awards 2017. Check out a recent video preview.
The American Hardwood Export Council recently unveiled its ‘Seed to Seat’ furniture collaborative at 100% Design South Africa.
A video report by Josh Knox on the progress of full-time students.
Entries are flowing in for the Victorian Woodworker Association's Double Take exhibition, to be held in October this year.
Last week in Sydney, over 130 people took part in panel discussions and networked at Wood Review's first conference event.
In Europe, handmade made oak barrels are making a comeback. This video gives a glimpse of the cooper's artistry.
Whittlers and spooncarvers take note, Ray Iles tools, made in the UK and noted for the quality, are now available locally.