An exhibition of work by Adam Markowitz, Bern Chandley, Bryan Cush, Damien Wright, Daniel Poole, and Laura McCusker at Craft in Melbourne. Read more
Whittlers and spooncarvers take note, Ray Iles tools, made in the UK and noted for the quality, are now available locally.
A short and entertaining video that puts a human face and hand to kitchen and bathroom fitouts undertaken for IKEA.
Wood Review's half day conference for emerging and professional makers will feature a packed program of talks and panel discussions this Monday August 21 at 1:30pm in Sydney.
How do we know if the wood or wood products produced here are sourced from sustainably managed forests?
Mira Nakashima takes us through the furniture making workshops and wood store that were established by her late father, George Nakashima.
The winner of our Timberbits subscriber prizedraw tells how his good fortune also flowed onto another woodworker.
As a maker, designer and marketer John Madden will offer unique insights at our conference event in Sydney on August 21.
An interview with Mel Allen highlights some of the issues that those entering a career in woodworking may face.
Moving from building and carpentry into furniture making took Phoebe Everill to a much finer place.
Spoonies in the Tweed will be held in the scenic northern New South Wales hinterland from Saturday September 30 until Sunday October 1, 2017.