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Evolve acknowledges newer craftspeople and seasoned individuals...and alleviates the pressure of competing against professionals.
Launceston is the site of a new annual platform for Tasmanian craftspeople that launches soon with the opening of the inaugural Tasmania Makes.
From March 2024, Melbournites have the opportunity to see the first Australian exhibition of works by acclaimed French designer Pierre Yovanovitch.
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"An extremely rare opportunity exists for an experienced furniture maker to join our small, elite team in the bespoke furniture industry..."
Vision is the forward thinking title of the exhibition of work by the graduating students at the New Zealand Centre for Fine Woodworking.
With 200 registrations for an exhibition area of 20,000 sqm, the Xylexpo 2024 event will showcase present and future technologies.
We’re thrilled to announce the Awards Winners for Maker of the Year 2023, presented by Carbitool!
TEXTURA is a culmination of a year’s work for the full-time furniture students who have travelled from all over Australia to learn intensively at Sturt School For Wood.
Celery top pine sourced from below the waters of Lake Pieman on the state’s west coast will be used as feature wall cladding on the new Spirit of Tasmania vessels.
Woodwork displays and demonstrations of scrollsawing, woodturning, guitar and mandolin making, carving, boxmaking and bush carpentry will feature at this year's exhibition event.
We're excited to present the Top 100 entries for Maker of the Year, presented by Carbitool.
Since its inception in 1993 the Australian Wood Design Exhibition (AWDE) has made its mission to showcase the excellence of Australian timber design.