We are excited and honored to invite you to the fifth annual Bandsaw Bash!
This event celebrates the Museum for Art in Wood with a festive evening party and silent auction. It is an opportunity to gather in support of the Museum’s unique mission while connecting with friends and supporters in the Museum’s vibrant community.
The 2024 Bandsaw Bash will take place in person at the Fleisher Art Memorial, Philadelphia, on Friday, April 19, 6:30–9:30pm. A special champagne reception and auction tour for sponsors will be held at 6:00pm, just before we kick off the main event.
If you joined us for the Bandsaw Box Auction in 2022, you recall the ingenious works made in support of the Museum, as well as the warm camaraderie of our guests. This year promises an event packed with inspiring, new bandsaw boxes, food, wine, beer, live music, and more. As in past years, proceeds from the auction are split between contributing artists and the Museum. Your sponsorship helps fund the exhibitions and events that the Museum for Art in Wood delivers.
The Museum’s staff and Board of Trustees look forward to seeing you on April 19th.
If you have any questions, please contact Katie Sorenson, Director of Outreach and Communications, at [email protected].
Kimberly Winkle is a maker whose work, both furniture and objects, celebrates traditional furniture making and woodturning techniques combined with a strong use of color and pattern. Her work has been included in exhibitions at SOFA Chicago, WANTEDDesign NYC, Architectural Digest Show NYC, the Museum of Art in Wood ,and the Fuller Craft Museum. She earned her MFA from San Diego State University, and she is currently a Professor of Art and Director of the School of Art, Craft & Design at TN Tech University.
Dan Zobel is a furniture maker and graduate from Bucks County Community College and subsequently Indiana University of Pennsylvania and studied under the tutelage of renowned makers Mark Sfirri and the late Alphonse Mattia. Since schooling Dan has become an enthusiastic supporter and contributor of the wood art field by participating in shows, presentations, collaborative events, and also collecting wooden artworks. In his professional life, Dan manages a millwork and furniture manufacturer, Edgewood Made, based in Philadelphia. Dan’s networking and collaboration with artists and members of the Museum’s staff lends itself to his selection to act as the Co-Chair for this years Bandsaw Bash event.
Patricia* and Gordon Fowler
Carolyn and Ron Picciotti
An asterisk * denotes a member of the Museum Board of Trustees.