Friday, May 23, 2014

FS2014 - 50% Discount on Day Passes for Locals

Furniture Society Conference - FS 2014 (June 19-21, 2014)


The Conference, which starts June 19,2014, is a full three day event at Fort Worden. The 3-Day pass is great value giving you access to all the events and includes all meals (even the Saturday Banquet!).

We encourage locals (woodworkers, furniture makers, furniture enthusiasts or the just plain curious) to join us at the conference. Meet the Society's members; check out the events, presentations, and galleries. See all the great reasons to join the Furniture Society.

We're delighted to offer you a 50% discount on one-day passes for the Conference. Use the discount code Local50 when you register.

Be quick: this offer expires on June 1, 2014

Please note: a day pass does not include food, you will need to bring a lunch or buy lunch at the Commons.

Whats Happening at the Conference:

The Conference has three presentation tracks, six on-going events - including digital and very traditional methods of work, on-site galleries, pre-conference tours, bandsaw mill demonstrations and more. (Click on the links on the left hand side of page for more information). Conference Event Grid (opens a .PDF file).

At the popular Slide Wars event, conference attendees attendees can get their minute of fame as images of their work are shown on screen in the Wheeler Theatre.

The Member's Gallery and Faculty Selects exhibitions will be open to the public in the Chapel to Fort Worden (right by the entrance to the Park). Several of Michael Cooper's stunning chairs will be on display in the Chapel too.

The Northwest Woodworker's Gallery, where Pike Place Market meets Belltown in Seattle, is presenting "Sense of Place" - an exhibition of Pacific North West Furniture Society Members' work during June.

Explore Digital Design and Fabrication in a pre-conference work shop with Randy Johnson of Shopbot (now full).

Whether you are professional maker, aspiring furniture maker or educator this conference is sure to inspire as you learn, mingle, and make connections.

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