<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=376816859356052&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
 In Featured Article

We may receive a commission when you use our affiliate links. However, this does not impact our recommendations.

The Woodworking in America conference came to a close more than a week ago. We came down from the high of the weekend and pushed through what Matt Vanderlist (of Matt’s Basement Workshop) calls the “mourning phase.” Now we can reflect on the great lessons learned and the incredible memories made.

Below I have rounded up some great videos and posts from a variety of bloggers. Take a look and experience the conference from another person’s perspective.

The Village Carpenter
Kari Hultman provides some awesome coverage of the conference on her blog. Here are some of her posts (each contains many photos):
What’s New – Kari shares with you what she discovered while at the WIA Marketplace.
Step Right Up and Feast Your Eyes – Kari explores the Sindelar Traveling Tool Museum.
Well, Shoot – Ron Herman taught a class on shooting boards during the conference. Lucky for you, Kari was in attendance. Here’s what she learned.

Matt’s Basement Workshop
Matt Vanderlist recorded some great podcasts during his visit to WIA. Plus he’s also rounded up some great posts from fellow bloggers.
442 Day 1 of Woodworking in America 2010 – In this video, Matt shares snippets of the classes he attended by George Walker, Christopher Schwarz, Michael Fortune and Roy Underhill.
WoodTalk Online Radio No. 75 – This podcast was recorded in a hotel room during the conference. Matt joins Tom Iovino, Adam King and Marc Spagnuolo for a lively discussion on their thoughts and impressions.
Woodworking In America 2010 – A View From My Friends – Matt provides a list of links to many other bloggers who share what they learned and experienced during the conference.

Sandal Woods
Al Navas took many videos during his trip to the conference. He will be posting them in the near future and you can click the link below for the release schedule. Also, you can click here to see all of his posts from the Cincinnati conference.
Upcoming videos from Woodworking in America in Cincinnati – Click to see the schedule of videos to be released.

Mike Siemsen’s School of Woodworking
Mike Siemsen was the driving force behind the amazing Hand Tool Olympics that took place within the Marketplace during the conference. Click here to see the results and scores of the Hand Tool Olympics.

The Wood Whisperer
Marc Spagnuolo recorded a great video during the conference. Click here to see the conference from his perspective.

— Drew DePenning

p.s. If we’ve missed any sites with lots of good pictures or videos (or both), please post a link in the “Comments” section below!

Product Recommendations

Here are some supplies and tools we find essential in our everyday work around the shop. We may receive a commission from sales referred by our links; however, we have carefully selected these products for their usefulness and quality.

Recent Posts

Start typing and press Enter to search