Andrew Tonkovich

Count on the smart, engaged programmers at Muzeo, Anaheim’s huge and user-friendly cultural arts center and museum complex to make a place in their casa for a throwback crafts movement to complement the current rage for bespoke couture, homegrown food, artisanal cheese and microbreweries. Their ‘The Art of Woodworking’ show celebrates the enduring and beautiful utility, tactile and visual, of handcrafted wooden objects often produced with self-made tools. Both objects and antique tools are on display, utilitarian and decorative and both. The show arrives with workshops and demonstrations, and features contemporary practitioners, local woodworkers whose work you probably woodn’t have known about otherwise. Bring the kids, who can learn to carve in soap first, create something fine, and go home clean, too.

Wed., March 23, 5:30 p.m.; Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m. Starts: March 23. Continues through May 21, 2016
(Expired: 05/21/16)

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