Alden Artisan Advancement Scholarship: Deadline September 30

Deadline, September 30, 2016 The Furniture Masters are proud to offer the Alden Artisan Advancement Scholarship to help support an aspiring student or apprentice in furthering their career as a professional furniture designer/maker. The recipient of the scholarship will receive $1,000 towards the development and promotion of an original furniture piece which will then be… Read More »

American Furniture Masters Institute: Welcome!

Our non-profit has a new name: American Furniture Masters Institute   New website: Facebook: American Furniture Masters Institute Instagram: @furnitureinstitute   The Institute supports the Prison Outreach Programs in New Hampshire and Maine, Mentoring Masters, Emerging Artists and other educational endeavors.   A bright new beginning and we couldn’t be more excited! Save

John Cameron: Designing & Drafting Furniture Class

Registration is still open for John Cameron’s Designing and Drafting Furniture class at The Furniture Institute of Massachusetts in Beverly, Massachusetts. June 20 ~ 24, 2016 Monday ~ Friday 9:00 AM ~ 5:00 PM Instructor: John Cameron Level: Beginner Tuition: $750.00 Plus Materials Drafting for furniture is directed to those that need experience in laying… Read More »

Tom McLaughlin: Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event

Tom McLaughlin will be demonstrating at the Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event on Friday, February 26, and Saturday, February 27 Goosebay Sawmill located on U.S. Route 4 (Dover Road) in Chichester, New Hampshire, 8 miles east of Concord. Free & open to the public For directions and more info: Lie-Nielsen Hand Tool Event  

GARRETT HACK: European Teaching Update

Garrett Hack recently returned from two teaching stints in Europe and we are delighted to share photos of some very happy students and a beaming teacher! Garrett reports: ‘West Dean College in West Sussex, UK, educates the next generation of curators and conservators in ceramics, furniture, metals, clocks, tapestries.  I have been teaching here every… Read More »