KWA’s Artistry in Wood 2019 – Now accepting both Non-juried and Juried Group Applications

Due to popular demand we will now be accepting applications for both juried and non-juried entries. In other words, if you want to have your work displayed at the gallery, but feel uncomfortable having their work subjected to a screening process by our Jury, simply indicate on your application form that your entry is for … More KWA’s Artistry in Wood 2019 – Now accepting both Non-juried and Juried Group Applications

Carvers Event: 18 August @ Lang Pioneer Village, Keene, ON

The Ontario Wood Carvers and the Lang Pioneer Village are hosting a day of carving at the Lang Pioneer Village, Keene, Ontario, on Saturday, August 18th, 2018, from 10 am to 4 pm.   Admission is free to all KWA members, so please plan to attend and enjoy the day carving and enjoying the various … More Carvers Event: 18 August @ Lang Pioneer Village, Keene, ON

Here’s how to register for Symposium 2018

Hey, everyone, With the end of February fast approaching, those of you who haven’t yet sent in their registration will want to get going… as the super low $45 Early Bird registration special closes out on the 28th of February. To help you out, here’s the three registration methods you may choose from: Interac e-Transfer.  … More Here’s how to register for Symposium 2018

MacLachlan Woodworking Museum Seeking Instructors

The MacLachlan Woodworking Museum is seeking instructors to lead hands-on workshops that share the exciting processes of woodworking with the Kingston community over the 2018 season. We have reached out to you to see your availability and interest in such an opportunity. Go to here for more information about the museum, workshop instructor opportunity, and … More MacLachlan Woodworking Museum Seeking Instructors

Safety in the Shop – An Investment in your Future!

If you’re like me, you sometimes have a tendency to “get on with things”.  Things like disregarding to reach for and don safety glasses when you only have to trim a smidgen (I think that’s the correct technical term meaning less than .5mm… but then, I may be wrong) off the end of a board … More Safety in the Shop – An Investment in your Future!