Over the next several weeks I will be posting video of sessions I attended and recorded at the 2010 Woodworking in America conference in Cincinnati, October 1-3. I do this in order to share with you, passionate fellow woodworkers.
The list of upcoming videos is as follows – I might publish them in order different from that listed:
- Christopher Schwarz: How to grind your tools
- George Walker: Use dividers to lay out anything
- Christopher Schwarz: Honing straight or curved irons
- George Walker: Better design using simple shapes & forms
- George Walker: Put some mojo in your designs
- Frank Klausz and Roy Underhill: Dovetailing drawers
- Marc Adams: Amazing router jigs for inlay, ellipses, and “faux” dovetails
- The Sindelar Traveling Tool Museum – a short video tour
- Don Williams: Boulle work – an introduction and demonstration
Stand by! This will require lots of editing, as I must cut sessions down to around 10 minutes, while retaining the message such that it makes sense. The best way to keep up as I publish is to subscribe to the blog via an RSS Reader, or via e-mail (see below).
In case you have not seen it yet, you can view the 2010 Woodworking in America Schedule of Classes here, or you can download the complete schedule here, in PDF format. And if you wish to learn about the Instructors, click here; the page includes the photos of each instructor, the sessions they led, and a short summary of their expertise. Of course, you probably should also start planning to attend the next conference; the venue will be announced at a later date by Popular Woodworking Magazine, most likely on the Editors’ blog.
If you have the time, and you have not had a chance to see videos I posted of all the previous Woodworking in America conferences, you can select articles by city where they took place, as follows – in the case below I show how to select the Cincinnati Conference:
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