To learn more about the organization, visit the Center or click the links below:
The Museum Collection– with over 1,000 objects, the collection serves as a living record of the Center’s work in the field of art in wood and its support of the finest artists working in the field.
Exhibitions– a PDF of all exhbitions, year-to-date, held at or organized by the Center. Click here for a link to our online exhibition galleries.
The John Grass Wood Turning Company– For over 150 years this company produced turned wood objects for everyday use, including ballustrades, night sticks, plates, bowls, bowling pins, tool handles, and their most popular item: flag poles. Closed in 2003, the Center has worked throughout the years to save this historic landmark and its equipment.
The Windgate ITE International Resident Fellows– Now in its second decade, the residency program has helped develop over 100 artists working in the wood and other media, as well as dozens of scholars and photojournalists who capture the experience and create work of their own. This annotated list highlights resident fellows from 1995 to the present.