Wizardry in Wood 2020 – postponed to 2021
Message from the Master
Our wonderful ‘Wizardry in Wood’ Exhibition, planned for October at Carpenters’ Hall in the City, will be postponed.
But we are delighted to let you know this has been re-scheduled for 12-16 October 2021 at the same venue.
It is with regret, but of no surprise, that the Company has taken this decision due to the uncertainty over the Coronavirus pandemic. Whilst we hope to get back towards some semblance of normal life by October, it is by no means certain and a move to October 2021 ensures we can deliver a fantastic event to a wide audience of the City, craft and public.
Rest assured that we continue to support the craft of turning in these difficult times with various initiatives. Do check out our new Resources Hub and we will be running some special events on-line. More details in due course.
Thank you for your contribution to what would have been an extraordinary show and we push on, with confidence and excitement, for Wizardry in Wood 2021! Save the date.
When: Tuesday 12th October to Saturday 16th October 2021
Where: Carpenters’ Hall, 1 Throgmorton Ave, London EC2N 2JJ (map)
Timings: The exhibition will be open to the public from 10 am until 5.30 pm each day except Saturday when it closes at 4 pm
Tickets: Will be available through Eventbrite from January 2021
Download WIW 2020 Flyer (pdf)
Some of the UK’s leading turners will be exhibiting including Sally Burnett, Margaret Garrard, Mick Hanbury, Louise Hibbert, Simon Hope, Phil Irons, Tobias Kaye, Richard Kennedy, Carlyn Lindsay, Stuart Mortimer, Gary Rance, Joey Richardson, Mark Sanger and Les Thorne.
In addition there will be exhibitions of 400 years of turning in music, turning in magic and pre-historic turning, as well as curated talks on specialist turning subjects. There will be almost continuous demonstrations of plain turning by Paul Hannaby, Martin Saban-Smith and Pete Moncrieff-Jury, ornamental turning by Jean Claude Charpignon and Bob Wade and pole lathe turning by a team from the pole lathe turners. All entries to the Company’s 2020 Competitions will be displayed. The AWGB will display its travelling exhibition, and the Register of Professional Turners‘ stand will include a retrospective of the work of Master Turner Ray Key.
- Live demonstrations every day
- Programme of short talks and special events
- Leading UK woodturners will be showcasing their work
- There will be displays of all the entries and winners of the Turners’ Company 2020 Competitions
Book your tickets from January 2021 through Eventbrite
The Turning Competitions for 2021 will follow the same format as planned for 2020. All the information is at: Turning Competitions 2020
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