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The Art of NEOWTA

Turned to Perfection: from Nature into Art


 


Calendar

 

Friday, September 1
5:00-6:00 PM
Members’ Preview for Hardesty Arts Center Members, NEOWTA Members, and exhibition artists

Friday, September 1
6:00-9:00 PM
Opening reception during First Friday Art Crawl

Imagination Day
Saturday, September 16

12:00-5:00 PM
Join us for a free day of family fun!

Imagination Day
Saturday, October 21

12:00-5:00 PM
Join us for a free day of family fun!

Sunday, November 19
Exhibition Last Look

 

Exhibition Statement

Woodturning in America has evolved into an art form displayed in galleries and museums around the world. Northeastern Oklahoma Woodturners Association presents the current evolution of turning nature’s medium into a contemporary art form.

 


About NEOWTA

The Northeastern Oklahoma Woodturners Association (NEOWTA) was started in 1986 by a few men with the common interest in shaping wood on a lathe with hand held tools. They met in each others’ shops to share techniques and increase their knowledge of turning wood. Now in their 31st year, NEOWTA has grown into a 501c3 non-profit corporation with over one hundred and thirty members from the northeastern Oklahoma area.

Now located in their own facility at 10117 East 50th Street, they host meetings, have a display gallery and a classroom shop with ten lathes. Their activities include monthly meetings open to the public, demonstrations, and seminars by professional turners from around the world, classes for beginners and advanced turners and social gatherings.