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An exhibition of contemporary work by seven women will run until September 11, 2021.

Clarence prize award winners for 2021 have now been announced and remain on show until August 16.

Designed along a ‘Quest for the Holy Grail’ concept, the podium hides a golden chalice from the solver until a series of sequential puzzles have been solved.

Confluence is an exhibition of contemporary furniture, sculpture and paintings which will take place in October in the Southern Highlands, NSW.

Work by $20,000 Clarence Prize 2021 finalists will soon be displayed from July to August.

A discussion of current perceptions of furniture design and making, its value in contributing to a creative economy, as well as ongoing issues relating to environmental, social, economic and political agendas.

Filmed in 2020 while classes were suspended due to the pandemic, the Centre for Furniture Craftsmanship's new online resource is free and open to all woodworkers.

Award grants will be used to fund the building, testing and prototyping of valuable and innovative products created from wood and wood fibre residue.

This $2000 bursary award is open to forest owners, managers and scientists as well as designers of products manufactured from sustainable timber.

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From July 1 until May 2022, the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney will celebrate Australia's gum trees with an exhibition and a related series of performances, talks and masterclasses.

With three months to go before the entry deadline, Maker of the Year awards presented by Carbatec is already showcasing over 110 examples of the finest woodwork created by contemporary makers in Australia today.

The Subtropical Farm Forestry Association and its major project Quality Timber Traders is sending out a call for entries to the Woodfest Design Competition.

Wood Review contributor Vic Tesolin writes from his home base in Canada about the release of his new book.

"Contemporary Wood-Carved Netsuke" opens tomorrow night at The Japan Foundation in Sydney before travelling to Western Australia in July.

Head to Gympie, Qld this coming October for demonstrations and workshops featuring over 40 heritage crafts.