Bob Congdon -
President of AWA
Welcome to the
Alaska Woodturners Association
Our woodturning organization is committed to the advancement of woodturning, by helping all who wish to learn to create items by the use of a wood lathe.
The Next Alaska Woodturners Association Meeting
AWA Annual Picnic/Club Meeting!
May 30, 2015
A short meeting will be followed by a woodturning demonstration by Richard Acuff.
After the demonstration, enjoy the camadarie, great food, and Instant Gallery.
A People's Choice Instant Gallery will be held, so be sure to bring your turnings to enter! Cast your vote for your favorite piece. (Yes, you can vote for your own turning!)
Bring a Side dish to share!
Bring some of your turnings to share in the instant gallery!
On April 4, 2015, Gary Nelson gave an excellent
|Alaska Woodturners Association gives Nick Carwile at ClearWater Productions a big thank you for the wonderful pictures he took of our 2015 Symposium Event, which featured Trent Bosch, Nick Cook, Bill Bowers and Arnie Geiger. Be sure to check out Nick's website!|
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If you are interested in taking a woodturning class please contact our Class Cooridinator, Bob Flint at firstname.lastname@example.org. His phone number is 337-3189. Please let him know what type of class of you would like, so he can work on scheduling it into the calendar.
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|Crafts Weekend at the Anchorage Museum
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Entry Deadline: 4/24/15
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Display, demonstrate and sell your work at Anchorage's premier juried crafts event. Nearly 50 Alaska artists offer a wide array of jewelry, pottery, wearable art, glass, woodwork and more. Live music and artist demonstrations add to the festive atmosphere. A portion of each sale helps support the Anchorage Museum.
Crafts Weekend is held in conjunction with the ReadAlaska Book Fair, which features Alaska authors, illustrators, small presses and independent publishers. Together these events have become a tradition in celebrating the arts in our community and mark the opening of the museum’s holiday exhibition.
Crafts Weekend 2015 happens Friday to Sunday, Nov. 27-29.