Though I attended our 2010 Woodworking in America conference last weekend, I didn’t really see it.
Except for a short 30-minute visit to the Marketplace floor on Saturday, I spent most of the weekend cooped up in rooms four and five of the Northern Kentucky Convention Center teaching classes. (I have only myself to blame because I developed the teaching schedule.)
So on Monday it was a real blast to see a bunch of the photos of the conference taken by my friend Narayan Nayar with his trusty Leica. He culled through several gigabytes of images and uploaded a nice set of 35 photos that capture the flavor of the event.
You can view the slideshow here on the blog by clicking the image above, or you can see the photos in much larger form in a nice Flickr slideshow by clicking here.
For next year’s show (details forthcoming), I’m going to plan to teach less and wander more. Heck, I didn’t even have time to give Patrick Leach any more of my money during WIA. Luckily, I will remedy that situation on Thursday when I head down to the Mid-West Tool Collectors annual meeting in Louisville.
– Christopher Schwarz
Other Woodworking in America Coverage
– If you want to be the first to find out about the details, dates and location of the 2011 Woodworking in America Conference, you should sign up for the conference’s newsletter at WoodworkingInAmerica.com.
– Al Navas has started his coverage of the event on his blog. He always posts the most about the conference, so keep checking back here.
– Wilbur Pan has posted some of his thoughts on WIA here.
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