The Akron 1998 Demonstrators Grid (Adobe pdf file)
- Sigi Angerer, Switzerland, Old World techniques, including
inside-out turning and drum-mounted spindles to produce angular
- Roger Austin, The Internet for Woodturners.
- Willard Baxter, Georgia, taqua nut ornaments; green wood blanks.
- Trent and Betty Bell, Virginia, segmented bowls and lamps.
- Trent Bosch, Colorado, vessel within a vessel;
surface treatments: carving, bleaching, dyeing, and sandblasting.
- Christian Burchard, Oregon, turning spheres; developing ideas;
turning green madrone.
- Ernie Conover, Ohio, sharpening spindle tools;
shop-built chucks and jigs.
- Myron Curtis, Virginia, repetitive turning tools and techniques;
cabriole legs; shop-made turning tools.
- Judy Ditmer, Ohio, earrings, attaching small work to the lathe.
- Jerry Fant, Texas, Keebler (end-grain) pot; finial box;
all about chucks.
- Paul Fennell, Arizona, thin-wall turning with fiber optics;
tool making; decorative surface treatments.
- Ron Fleming, Oklahoma, carving turnings; airbrush decoration.
- Dick Gerard, Indiana, hands-on session; beginning turning;
- Daniel Guilloux, Woodturning in France.
- Ron Hampton, Texas, woodcarving for beginners.
- Bruce Hoadley, Massachusetts, introduction to wood; green and dry wood;
machining wood; gluing; Q&A forum.
- Michelle Holzapfel, Vermont, slide introduction to her work;
twenty-year survey: the influences on her work;
writing workhop: developing a personal statement.
- Dave Hout, Ohio, metal spinning.
- Todd Hoyer, Arizona, wood and its relationship to the vessel;
understanding burls; turning winged forms.
- Rus Hurt, Wisconsin, getting started in turning:
safety, sharpening, tool choices; turning a traditional bowl.
- Lyle Jamieson, Michigan, Green Wood Techniques, hollow form turning,
bowls without chucks.
- Arthur Jones, Florida, slide presentation of his work.
- Gene Kangas, Ohio, slide show on Pathways ¹98 and Peaseware collection;
panel discussion on how ideas develop; critique of attendee slides (bring
your own); comparative analysis of glass and ceramics with woodturning.
- Alan Lacer, Minnesota, introduction to finishing; oil finishes;
- Dave Lancaster, Maine, vacuum chucking; bowl turning.
- Alain Mailland, turning a woodflower.
- Lary Mart, Texas, photographing work.
- John Mascoll, Florida, hollow lidded form; lacquer finishing.
- Pat Matranga, Tennessee, platters; marketing.
- Jerry McKay, Michigan, how to market your turnings retail and
wholesale; maple burl vases.
- Rolly Munro, New Zealand, cut and rejoined bowls; sculptural turnings
with multiple elements; sculptural turings with additional media.
- Don Olsen, North Carolina, hollowing from the bottom;
- Richard Raffan, Australia, bowls; lidded boxes.
- Johannes Rieber, Norway, bowls; spindles.
- Robert Rosand, Pennsylvania, Christmas tree ornaments; lidded boxes;
hodge podge: oil lamps, mushroom boxes, weed pots, eggs.
- Gary Sanders, Texas, space station boxes;
balancing boxes (round-bottom boxes that stand upright).
- Jon Siegel, New Hampshire, spindle turning for furniture;
turning a Dutch-foot leg.
- Dick Sing, Illinois, pens, clocks and pocket watches,
weed pots and bottle stoppers.
- Jack Slentz.
- Mark St. Leger, Virgina, turning to inspire students;
turning a segmented frisbee; large tops; walking stick.
- Robert Vaughn, Virginia, lathe tune-up; bandsaw tune-up.
- Jack Vesery, Maine, alternative materials in segmented turning;
down & dirty, quick & simple segmented turning, .
- Judy Williams, Texas, lace bobbins; spirals on turned work.