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Australian Wood Review is proud to announce that specialty timber suppliers Branch 95 is a new sponsor for AWR Studio Furniture 2018.
An interview with Elliot Bastianon discusses the ideas behind an exhibition of his work opening February 15.
Program details and tickets are now available for the masterclasses and evening talks which will feature at Wood Dust Australia.
From its new premises, the Perth Wood School is offering a packed program of workshops and events for 2018.
Applications for The Krenov Foundation Professional Development Award are now invited.
Chatoyance, an exhibition of collaborations and mentorships by members of Studio Woodworkers Australia, will open on February 18 at Sturt Gallery in Mittagong.
In a little over two weeks time there are even more reasons that usual to head for the picturesque Southern Highlands region of New South Wales.
This week we learned of the passing of IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad but his legacy lives on.
Barung Landcare's Wootha Prize may well be the richest in Australia with a first prize of $10,000 and a total cash purse of $17,500.
‘I thought it was a bloody joke when I got the letter’, said Geoff Hannah, when recently notified of his Order of Australia Medal.
"Laws intended to protect Queensland’s most-threatened forests are failing, with the most vulnerable forests falling even faster than others", say researchers at University of Queensland.
John Tigg from Trend will be in Australia in February demonstrating Trend jigs and routing accessories at various locations around Melbourne and Hobart.
Today, Bungendore Wood Works Gallery Founder and Artistic Director David Mac Laren, received a much un-anticipated letter informing him that he has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia.
Known as the father of art furniture, Wendell Castle passed away in his Scottsville, New York home on January 20, 2018.