SAPFM is a primary sponsor of Colonial Williamsburg's annual conference, "Working Wood in the 18th Century"
As usual, SAPFM will staff a booth with journals and plans, and to help members renew their membership. This year's conference theme is:
By The Book
Come celebrate Working Wood in the 18th Century's 26th year with us as we dive head first into printed words and images: How did 18th century craftspeople turn them into actions and objects? How did craftspeople fill in the blanks left by what was unwritten or unillustrated? And how can the ink they left on paper inform our understanding of a past in which most craft knowledge was shared orally?
Join tradespeople and scholars from Colonial Williamsburg and esteemed guest presenters Dan Faia, Christopher Schwarz,and Whitney L.B Miller as they explore woodworking by the book.
All lectures will take place in the Hennace Auditorium, at the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Virtual participation will once again be available.
Register through this link.