Spread the word. It's time to enter your best work in the 1993 American Woodworker Excellence in Craftsmanship Awards competition.
Each year, American Woodworker sponsors this awards program to promote high standards of workmanship and design and to formally recognize the talented and dedicated woodworkers who are producing superior work.
All woodworkers may enter. Amateur and professional entries will be judged separately. This year we've also added a new "student" category*. To be eligible for this category, you must be enrolled in a woodworking school or furniture design school in 1993.
Separate prizes will be awarded in each category. The top amateur, pro fcssional, and student each will receive $1,000 and a custom-engraved award. Second-place winners from each category will receive $300 and an award certificate. Third-place winners will receive $200 and an award certificate.
All woodworking projects are eligible to win: furniture, turnings, caning, sculpture, musical instruments, toys, etc. Entries will be judged for craftsmanship and design, but designs need not be original to win.
To enter, fill out the form on this page (or a photocopy), and mail it with a photograph(s) of the piece(s) you want to enter (up to three pieces per entrant). Photos can be color slides or color prints. (Include a self-addressed stamped envelope for return of slides. Sorry, prints cannot be returned.) On a separate piece of paper, describe each piece in 100 words or less.
Deadline for entries is September 1, 1993- Finalists will be contacted for additional information and winners will be announced in the February 1994 issue of American Woodworker.
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