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Participating woodworkers are Wendy Maruyama, head of the woodworking and furniture design program at San Diego State University; Russ Filbeck, associate professor in the cabinet and furniture technology division at Palomar College in San Marcos; Patrick Edwards, master and teacher of traditional European marquetry; Del Cover, specialist in chair building featuring architectural elements; Brett Hesser, who concentrates on work with fine veneers; and Dr. Gene Blickenstaff, known for translucent turned bowls of Norfolk Island pine.

The work of more than 20 fiber artists will complement the woodworking. Most are affiliated with California Fibers, an organization founded in 1970.

The Mingei International Museum is located in the historic Balboa Park section of downtown San Diego.

Washington Craft Show
The 21st Washington Craft Show is scheduled for Nov. 7-9 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.

Furniture exhibitors will include Ronald Dekok, John Reed Fox, Paul Freundt, Ken Girardini, Don and Jennifer Green, Scott Grove, Peter Harrison, Richard Judd, John Landis, Alan Lorn, Jeffrey Oh, Judy Rand, Jo Roessler, Peter Shepard, and Thomas Throop. The show will also feature approximately 20 turners.