• SMOOTH: Mangleboards of Northern Europe and Contemporary Concepts

    SMOOTH: Mangleboards of Northern Europe and Contemporary Concepts


  • FS14: Rooted- Creating a Sense of Place

    furnsoc.org/inspiration/annual-conferen… The Furniture Society Annual Conference 2014

    click on the left sidebar Program Grid/ Workshops to read all about Ashley's presentation and workshop

    19-21 June 2014, Port Townsend, WA, USA
    Ashley Eriksmoen will be presenting a slide lecture as well as running a three-day workshop at the 2014 Furniture Society Annual Conference in Port Townsend, Washington, USA. Ashely's presentation is sponsered in part by a research travel grant from the Vice Chancellor of Australian National University, as well as by an honorarium from the Furniture Society.

  • Chiang Mai University Residency


    January 2015
    Ashley Eriksmoen will be an Artist-in-Residence at the Faculty of Fine Arts of Chiang Mai University for the month of January. During her residency she will work with a range of available woodworking processes in response to the surroundings and nearby hill country, and will engage with design students.

  • Windgate ITE Residency

    www.centerforartinwood.org/residency/it… List of ITE Fellows
    www.centerforartinwood.org/residency/it… info on the Center for Art in Wood International Turning Residency

    June- August 2016, Philadelphia, PA, USA
    Ashley Eriksmoen has been selected, along with four other wood artists, to be an ITE Fellow June-August of 2016. This will be the first ever all female turning residency. Follow the links for more info about the Center for Art in Wood, the ITE Residency, and the selected Fellows.

    "The Windgate ITE International Residency is a collegial experience in which the resident fellows explore new work through research, exploration and collaboration.

    The Center for Art in Wood awards seven prestigious fellowships for the annual Windgate ITE International Residency Program. The program selects from an international pool of applicants one photojournalist, one scholar/educator, and five artists who work either solely in wood or who work with wood in combination with other materials."