We are open but our programs remain virtual for the time being. We hope to see you soon!
For those who are unable to visit we invite you to enjoy our website, browse our online store, explore our new micro-site, The Wood Shed, and visit our various social media platforms.
Preview Reception – Wood + Body: Expressions of Contemporary Jewelry | Fri. June 18, 2021 | 3:00 pm EDT | LIVE on ZOOM Click HERE to RSVP Join us for a virtual evening previewing the upcoming of Wood + Body: Expressions of Contemporary Jewelry exhibition opening on July 2, 2021. This casual reception will offer insights from the artists about their work. So grab your favorite snack and beverage and don’t miss this festive evening to raise a glass! This…Find out more »
Artist Talk with Trent Preszler | Wed. June 23, 2021 | 6:30 pm EDT | LIVE on ZOOM Click HERE to RSVP Portrait of Trent Preszler by Jason Lindberg Join us for an evening with master boat builder and vineyard CEO Trent Preszler. We will hear Trent’s journey to woodworking and how he taught himself how to build his first canoe. We'll also learn about his artistic practice, which is imbued with the four elements of the outdoorsman: wood, water,…Find out more »
Queering Wood Craft: An LGBTQIA+ Woodworkers Roundtable | Sat. June 26, 2021 | 7:00 pm EDT | LIVE on ZOOM Click HERE to RSVP In honor of Pride Month, the Center for Art in Wood is launching the first of a series of conversations with queer woodworkers. Independent scholar and curator John-Duane Kingsley will lead this roundtable discussion with leading queer woodworkers and artists in wood, sharing the ways their lived experience impacts their craft, process, and aesthetic. Join us…Find out more »
Please, Please, Please, Philadelphia | Wed. July 14, 2021 | 6:30 pm EDT | LIVE on ZOOM Click HERE to RSVP Join us for Please, Please, Please, Philadelphia, a discussion about seating in the city featuring furniture designer-maker John Lutz, restoration expert and connoisseur of Early-American Furniture Chris Storb, and Emily Zilber, Director of Curatorial Affairs and Strategic Partnerships at the Wharton Esherick Museum. We'll hear about the history and tie local made furniture to our current exhibition Tom Loeser: Please, Please, Please. John Lutz John Lutz is…Find out more »